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LA Council Mulls New Medical Pot Ordinance

KCET has obtained a new draft ordinance that would clamp down on LA's marijuana clinics.
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LA & Marijuana: Everybody's Talkin'

Lots of reporting - besides our own - on LA's medical marijuana clinics.
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Pot Shots

Who leads in pot clinics: LA or SF? Are the clinics undercutting the Mexican cartels? What's the world saying about our abundance of cannabis parlors?
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Govt. Document: Hands-free No Safer

A 2002 government report found no difference in risk to drivers between hand-held and hands-free mobile devices. But the government never released the report. You can read it here.
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A Texter's Confession

Watch a powerful video about one tragic incident involving texting and driving.
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No-Text Technology

Mobile cell phone technology has created a host of distractions for drivers that are proving deadly. Can technology also provide the cure by preventing drivers from talking and texting while in motion?
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One Big Carbon Footprint

The fire in the Angeles Forest has created an enormous plume of carbon dioxide that stretches across the United States. See a JPL/NASA animation.
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The People's Media

Nowadays, when something happens, folks grab their cameras, and then race to post images on the Web. The great fire in Angeles Forest was no exception. We've put together a sampler, and invite you to share your stuff.
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From Too Much To Too Little?

The current wildfires may or may not destroy the broadcast towers on Mt. Wilson. But they do foreshadow the end of local TV news as we know it.
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