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Oscar Speech

Take Two for February 22, 2013

The LAUSD school board race is heating up and making national headlines. Plus, what makes a good or bad Oscar speech? Patt Morrison weighs in. Then, Kevin Ferguson profiles an Academy Awards orchestra member and a musician struggling to find work in the movies, and much more.

Michael Westmore

Take Two for February 21, 2013

Reporter Brian Watt has a story about the Westmore Hollywood make-up family. Plus, the Supreme Court refuses to block immigrants' deportation, Steve Proffitt hits the road in the new Tesla S, Palm Springs Modernism week highlights mid-century architecture, and much more

Bell Salaries

Take Two for February 20, 2013

OC police are still looking into the reasons why a 20-year-old OC resident went on a shooting spree on Tuesday. Then, closing arguments begin in the Bell corruption trial, environmental experts ask whether we should learn to adapt to climate change rather than change it, Pakistanis take issue with cultural inaccuracies in 'Zero Dark Thirty', how much is an Oscar worth for an actor's career, and much more.

Anonymous Gun Buy Back Program In San Francisco

Take Two for February 19, 2013

California illegal gun confiscation initiative gains notice nationwide. Plus, how much does it cost to get an Academy Award nomination? KCET's Chris Clarke reports that solar energy has its own set of toxic side effects, Somali-Americans plan to return home to help rebuild, and much more.

Rockets Lakers Basketball

Take Two for February 18, 2013

Lakers owner Jerry Buss died today at the age of 80, we'll take a look at his life and career. Then, Kitty Felde reports about how immigration reform will affect kids in foster care, Kevin Sites's new book reveals what soldiers won't say about their experiences, a Harvard researcher claims calorie couts on nutrition labels may be way off, and much more.

A meteor's vapor trail above  the city of Chelyabinsk, Russia, on Friday.

Take Two for February 15, 2013

The shock wave from a large meteor over Western Russia shatters windows and nerves. Plus, Pamela Anderson unwittingly helps a promote a company accused to running a $30 million stock scam, Tess Vigeland finds out when it's legal to pick your neighbor's fruit trees, Deepa Fernandes reports that less than half of American babies are breastfed at six months, and much more.