Fighting Unfair Traffic Traps in L.A.

One Los Angeles resident has, by his own estimate, cost the city over $1 million dollars, but he isn't making any apologies. In fact, many are calling him a hero. SoCal Connected correspondent Laurel Erickson takes a look at one man who fought the law - and won. His victory resulted in the end of a lucrative traffic trap and is now saving drivers thousands of dollars. Next, Craig Stanford, co-director of The Jane Goodall Institute at USC, sits down with Madeleine Brand to discuss his book "Planet Without Apes". And finally, an animal story that will touch your heart: a gorilla is reunited with the British conservationist who raised him as a baby in England and returned him to Africa.

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