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January 15, 2021 – PBS NewsHour Full Episode
Huell stops by Gaytan Foods and sees the pickled pig ears. Then he meets up with Ruben (from Musso’s) at Durango Restaurant where they cook them just like him Mom used to. Finally, he samples a gelatinous Asian delicacy at the Chung King Restaurant.
Huell visits the old marine base in Tustin to see what the city has planned for its two gargantuan blimp hangers.
Thursday on the NewsHour, more arrests as investigations and calls for justice pick up after the Capitol riot that led to President Trump's second impeachment.
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A Riverside County Supervisor has proposed that several counties split from California and form a new state, but the idea has been floating many, many many times before.