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LA Mayoral candidates Wendy Greuel and Eric Garcetti faced off in a debate last night, only to find common ground on issues from immigration to education. Then, why has philosophy always played a key role for the man once known as Governor Moonbeam? We'll hear from the author of a new biography of Jerry Brown. Tech entrepreneurs in Southern California want to challenge Silicon Valley's place as the nation's technology startup capitol. One way they hope to get there is to incubate talent. But KPCC's Adolfo Guzman-Lopez finds out many youth are left behind because they're growing up in technology deserts.
Ventura County wildfire update; Rolling Stones at 50: San Bernardino set the stage for the band's US debut; Airborne lab being used to measure California snowpack; Solar Impulse plane begins first voyage across the US; Young undocumented Mormons face struggle during missions; Friday Flashback, and much more.
California spends big money on anti-psychotic drugs for inmates; Valley Fever sickens 28 solar workers in San Luis Obispo County; How tech writer Paul Miller survived a year without the Internet; Mexicans urge Obama, Peña Nieto to focus on security; The future of diplomacy between Obama and Mexico's Peña Nieto; Will master plan preserve Union Station's Art Deco charm? Plus much more.
We take a look back at the May Day protests of 2006 Father-in-law of Sinaloa cartel leader Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman arrested; Big pharma's push for the female 'viagra' pill, Osphena; Yahoo! doubles maternity leave time for employees; Federal task force says everyone 15-65 should get routine HIV testing, plus much more.
Valley Fever outbreak plagues inmates in Central California prisons; Will Mark Sanford's run for Congress be marred by past transgressions?; Tijuana, San Diego make bid for first binational Olympics; Rep. John Carter on the House's upcoming immigration bill; New science standards hard sell at cash-strapped Sylmar High School (Photos); 'A Short History of Nuclear Folly' and the lasting effects of the nuclear arms race, plus much more.
Other fired LAPD officers want their cases reviewed after Dorner incident; Labor brokers exploit factory workers dependent on them for transportation; Michael Jackson wrongful death lawsuit begins; Washington's 'pot czar' tasked with setting up a new industry; A look inside Disney's effort to hire 3,000 veterans, plus much more.