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LA Immigration March - 3

Take Two for April 16, 2013

We take a look at the ongoing debate for immigration reform as we wait for news on the Senate bill; Deepa Fernandes reports on how library story times use puppets, rhymes to sow the seeds of literacy; Legal weed sends tourists flocking to Colorado and Washington for 4/20; LAX is now using therapy dogs to calm stressed passengers; How NASA imagined life in a space colony 40 years ago, plus much more.

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Take Two for April 15, 2013

A deadly case of meningitis sparks fear of bi-coastal outbreak; Why is a torn Achilles injury so serious for a pro basketball player?; What happens to kids separated from deported parents?; Publishers share secrets of what makes a great kids' book; Mexico City makes targeted effort to curb salt intake, and much more.

Undated photo of US baseball star Jackie Robinson

Take Two for April 12, 2013

Today, '42' writer/director Brian Helgeland talk about telling Jackie Robinson's story; Hockey legend Willie O'Ree on breaking down barriers in sports; Court rejects Gov. Brown's call to end judicial oversight of California prisons; Are people leaving California because of high taxes? Plus much more.

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Take Two for April 11, 2013

Fracking efforts in the Monterey shale hits a snag; Millions of Japanese cars recalled because of faulty air bags; Indio city leaders are eager to capitalize on the Coachella festival’s succes; Fashion designer Trina Turk mines the Coachella festival for inspiration, and much more.

Activists March Through Miami Demanding Immigration Reform

Take Two for April 10, 2013

Today, we'll get an update on the immigration reform debate in DC; What could Obama's 2014 fiscal budget mean for student loan debt?; Retired NBA player John Amaechi on sexual identity in pro sports, and much more.

California Continues To Lead U.S. In Green Technology

Take Two for April 9, 2013

How California is turning unusually windy days into green power; Emily Rapp discusses her memoir "Still Point of the Turning World"; Tuesday Reviewsday takes a look ahead to Coachella Valley Music and Arts Annual Festival; Vandals strike again in Joshua Tree National Park; San Bernardino eyes bankruptcy as city officials resign, plus much more.