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Today on the show, we start with a discussion about what we gain by reading a mass killer's manifesto. Then, the AP investigates Calif.'s flawed water system and how the state can't track usage. Plus, where the Port of LA stores illegally imported and counterfeit items, is college worth It? Research says yes, advice columnist Amy Alkon offers tips on modern manners, and much more.
Today on the show we'll begin with an update on how the UCSB community is coping with the tragic shooting over the weekend. Then, in 'Magical Stranger', author Stephen Rodrick chases the ghost of his pilot father. Plus, Rebecca Keegan of the LA Times fills us in on all things Hollywood, SoCal vets look for burial place close to home, remembering Riverside's military heritage on Memorial Day, plus much more.
Today on the show, we'll talk with Compton Mayor Aja Brown about fighting school truancy. Then, when and where to watch the Camelopardalids meteor shower. Plus, how Mercado La Paloma helped empower South LA, Mercey Hot Springs: A wild and hidden oasis off the I-5, and more
Today on the show, we'll have an update on the alleged kidnapping in Orange County in which a woman claims to have been held captive for 10 years. Then, Metro will decide today whether to raise fees. Plus, undocumented millennials show stronger ties after DACA, In 'The Love Punch,' actor Pierce Brosnan gives the comedic caper a try, the first Native American woman to be a federal judge takes oath, and much more.
Today on the show, we start with an update to the Donald Sterling saga. The NBA has charged the Clippers owner with damaging the league and the team. Then, a Pentagon official warns of the possibility of war in space. Plus, how doctors are turning to ecstasy to help patients with PTSD, 'Freakonomics' authors explain why it's important to 'Think Like A Freak', birds of prey across Southern California show sharp drop in breeding and much more.
Today on the show, we'll start with a discussion of how homeowners can adjust to the increasing risk of wildfires. Then, a mysterious fish kill in Marina Del Rey worries climate scientists. Plus, how New York became a hub for the heroin trade, photographer Brenda Biondo captures images of playgrounds past, medical researchers enlist Psilocybin to help fight addiction, and much more.