Archives: Seasons 1-5

February 19, 2009

Downey Regional Medical Center is a stand-alone community facility, medium-sized, non-profit. What's happening to Downey is typical of health care facilities throughout our region. Correspondent Vince Gonzales reports that ten years ago the medical center was one of seven hospitals on what's called "the 105 Freeway axis," but today, that number is down to three. Then we take a look at the relevance of the California Conservation Corps. Correspondent Angie Crouch reports on the mission of the young men and women who sign up and the debate over whether California can still afford to keep the corps going. And commentator Brian Frazer wonders if the down economy will be noticable in our most affluent of celebrations: The Oscars.

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