We recap how the Dodgers did over the weekend in the World Series. Plus, the kickoff to our autonomous vehicles series on how AVs will affect Los Angeles is about jobs. And, we've got the latest Hollywood news.
LA reacts to the shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue
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The shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue this weekend is hitting close to home for Jewish communities across the U.S., including those here in Southern California. Hundreds gathered in Westwood last night at a vigil in support of the Tree of Life synagogue where a gunman killed 11 people Saturday. The suspect, who is now in custody, had posted anti-Semitic comments on social media and officials say the attack will be prosecuted as a hate crime.
- Jay Sanderson, President & CEO of the Jewish Foundation of Greater L.A.
- Rabbi Sharon Brous with the Jewish community, IKAR
Autonomous Vehicles in LA Part 1: Jobs
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Autonomous vehicles will affect every aspect of our lives here in Los Angeles once they become a reality, including employment. While some jobs will be lost, and others will be transitioned into supporting roles, new types of work will also open up.
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First, there were fires, now flood season is upon us. But what about “fire-floods”? Yes, there’s another natural disaster on California’s doorstep. “Fire-floods” occur after a wildfire scorches the ground, and makes it hard for water to penetrate.
- Jason Kean, research hydrologist at the U.S. Geological Survey
Recapping Sunday night's Dodger loss
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The L.A. Dodgers were back on their home turf for the World Series over the weekend. We recap how they did.
- Brian and Andy Kamenetzky
- Molly Knight, author of "The best team money can buy"
It's been 50 years since the rating system first became established
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The Motion picture of Association of America's movie rating system is turning 50! So, we'll look back on 50 years and give it our own rating.
- John Horn, host of "The Frame"
What's your LA ghost story?
Los Angeles has the reputation of being a pretty haunted place. Landmarks like the Hollywood Roosevelt hotel, the Queen Mary and Griffith Park are known as spooktacular destinations — especially this time of year. So, in the true spirit of the Halloween month, Take Two producers want to know: Do you have a personal spooky story that took place here in Los Angeles? We had great stories last year, and we'd love to share yours. Submit it here!