Yesterday, the Metro Transit Authority decided to shelve plans for a metro line into LAX. However, they're reviewing other options to help connect rail lines to LAX. For more we're joined by MTA CEO Art Leahy.
The rural community of Brooktrails Township in Northern California depends on regular rainfall to fill its reservoirs. Right now, 80 percent of the water supply has been used up with no relief in sight.
It's Friday! And that means it's time for another Friday Flashback, our look a the week in news. To help us with that we're joined this week by columnist James Rainey of the Los Angeles Times and Nancy Cook of National Journal.
Trying to create social change with music is a tradition; think Bob Dylan, Gil Scott Heron or WAR. Now singer/songwriter David Broza is taking a stab at a long simmering conflict and trying to bring together Israelis and Palestinians.
Across the country the legal landscape for same-sex marriage is changing, and fast. In the Southwest in recent weeks, courts in New Mexico and Utah have delivered victories to gay marriage proponents. Now in neighboring Arizona, some gay and lesbian couples are challenging their state’s definition of marriage.
Friday night, a dozen pairs of Google Glass will be worn during the Sacramento Kings game to bring new angles for fans to see the game, including the team mascot, Slamson the lion. Jim Kovach is the vice president of business development for CrowdOptic and joined us to talk about integrating Google Glass into sports games.
The Hot 8 Brass Band is in town for Sunday's Grammy Awards, but they're playing a set tonight at The Mint in mid-city Los Angeles. The group's Grammy-nominated album, "The Life and Times of…The Hot 8 Brass Band", captures the energy and diverse sounds of the band's native New Orleans.