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  • ... up one of the numerous leads flooding into an overworked MI 5, Danny and Fiona race round to a house they suspect is being used by North ...
  • ... is shot at. Zulifakir survives but immediately sacks MI 5, appalled at how they, especially Danny, could have allowed this to ... He doesn't move an inch. When Harry receives a photo which shows Oliver Mace talking to the head of a Pakistani terror group a couple of ...
  • You just can't keep a good man down. This week, Huell walks the Capitol steps, treats his ears to some ringing bells, feasts on some good ol' fashion Basque cooking and more.
  • ... the whooping cough vaccine for all students from 7th to 12 th grade. Correspondent Laurel Erickson explores why 'Personal Belief ... Today over 3 million black men have the disease --- 12 percent in Los Angeles alone. Podiatrist Dr. Bill Releford is dedicated to ...
  • ... by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows how bright lights in the city at night prevent an important molecule ...
  • SoCal Connected anchor Val Zavala hosts a panel to provide commentary and analysis of President Obama's second State of the Union address and the Republican response that follows. Val is joined by Patt Morrison, Los Angeles Times columnist and KPCC radio host; Larry Elder, host of 790-KABC radio's The Larry Elder Show; and SoCal Connected correspondent Brian...

  • It's a show full of investigations. First, for the latest installment of our on-going series, "Show Me the Money," we spent six months reviewing documents for the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles. Housing chief Rudolf "Rudy" Montiel may be out, but the story doesn't end there. Correspondent Laurel Erickson details how Montiel (and possibly others) have been misspending taxpayer...

  • In the latest installment of our ongoing series "Show Me the Money," we take a hard look at police officer and firefighter pensions. Correspondent Judy Muller asks officials if an expensive pension program is allowing police and fire to double dip, and at what cost? Then correspondent Laurel Erickson examines the cost and consequences of climate change to California, especially along its 1200...

  • It's an environmental extravaganza. First up, light pollution may be a more serious concern than you think. New evidence suggests that a lack of darkness in our urban night skies contributes to air pollution, making it a matter of public health. Yet Los Angeles keeps rolling out bigger, brighter signs. Plus, they're sweet, they're plump, they're juicy, and they've never even touched the soil...

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