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Take Two® FOR December 18, 2017

Thomas Fire blazes onto 14th day, the history of sidewalk speedsters, coloring in LA's famous carousels

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The Thomas Fire spreads to Santa Barbara County, the Go Karts of Los Angeles, the grand carousels of SoCal get a coloring book. See full episode >
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