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Source Family

Take Two for May 10, 2013

LA transit officials find $43.6 million in fund that 'fell through the cracks'; Bratton group pinpoints problems with Oakland's police force; Los Angeles fails to foster diversity for city contract deals; 'The Source Family' looks back at radical utopian living in 1970s Los Angeles; A look ahead to the 2013 TV/Digital Upfronts; Friday Flashback, and more.

Donna DeCesare

Take Two for May 9, 2013

S. Korean president Park Geun-Hye meets with Brown, Villaraigosa; Why are there so few Asian Americans in LA politics?; Are there really 11 million undocumented immigrants in the US?; Lawmakers and unions speak out against Koch brothers' interest in LA Times; Picture This: Donna DeCesare gets inside the world of Central American gangs; 405 Freeway construction running overbudget, behind schedule, plus much more.

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., addresses the 40th annual Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday in Maryland's National Harbor outside Washington, D.C.

Take Two for May 8, 2013

USC Study: 2.3 million Californians are undocumented immigrants; Marco Rubio reaches out to Tea Party leaders on immigration reform; Should preschoolers be learning on iPads?; Group says San Bernardino councilwoman avoiding recall process; Getting to know the personal side of mayoral candidate Eric Garcetti; What LA's booming coyote population means for the roadrunner, plus much more.

May Day Rally

Take Two for May 7, 2013

Prison realignment adding stress to CA probation officers' workload; Study: Immigration reform will cost taxpayers $6.3 trillion; Where is the backlog for veteran disability claims the worst?; Picture This: Introducing AudioVision, KPCC's new blog of visual journalism; Living among coyotes is a fact of life in Los Angeles; Getting to know the more personal side of mayoral candidate Wendy Greuel, plus much more.

Los Angeles Mayor

Take Two for May 6, 2013

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.

Springs Fire

Take Two for May 3 2013

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.