Hundreds of Los Angeles area home owners are being hit with steep fees for flood insurance, but it doesn't add up. FEMA is using 40 year-old maps to declare their neighborhoods as flood zones. Correspondent Judy Muller investigates what the city could have done to intervene, but didn't. Check to find out our interactive map to find out if you're in a flood zone. Also in this episode we explore the seedy underbelly of L.A. crime with longtime crime writer Michael Connelly. He's got a new book out and you can read a few excerpts. And LA Weekly editor Jill Stewart shares a few thoughts and doles out some advice for newly appointed police chief Charlie Beck.