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  • ...   Thursday - October 1, 2009 ; 7:30pm: Eugene O’Neill - Huell visits the home of America's ...   Friday - Oct. 2, 2009 ; 7:30pm: Songbird of Manzanar - Huell visits with Mary Kageyama ...
  • Ten bedrooms, fourteen baths, and no buyers. Californian's used to crave MacMansions. Now, many owners are having second thoughts, and those trying to sell are having a hard time finding buyers. Correspondent Lisa Ling went house-hunting and found some remarkable bargains - if you have a remarkable bank account. Our resident humorist Brian Unger says being super-rich just isn't what it used to...

  • ... Thursday - October 8, 2009 ; 7:30pm: Jojoba - Huell visits a jojoba farm in Eastern ... . Saturday - October 10 , 2009 ; 7:00pm: Anza-Borrego - Huell explores Anza-Borrego ...
  • ... Thursday - October 22, 2009 ; 7:30pm: Golden Gate Replicas - Huell visits two replicas of the ... way. Friday - October 23, 2009 ; 7:30pm: Chiriaco Summit - Huell visits with the people who live ...
  • The latest FBI crime stats for 2009 have some good news for Southern California. ... 2008 -- 128 fewer than the year before. That was about a 10 % decrease. The crime drops came as the nation was reeling from rising ... believed to help fuel violence. "I just think it shows how little sociologists know about crime," said Malcolm Klein, a USC ...
  • Hundreds of Los Angeles area home owners are being hit with steep fees for floodinsurance, but it doesn't add up. FEMA is using 40 year-old maps to declare their neighborhoods as flood zones. Correspondent Judy Muller investigates what the city could have done to intervene, but didn't. Check to find out our ...

  • ... needs of female veterans. Producer Shereen Meraji shows us inside the world of virtual reality therapy for veterans. ...
  • Too Poor to Go Green? In Search of Darkness Commentary by Sandra Tsing Loh
  • More and more middle-class families are finding themselves on the streets. Correspondent Lisa Ling reports on this new group, she calls the Hidden Homeless. Before it comes to homelessness, more and more people are finding themselves on the brink - facing foreclosure on their homes.  That's bad enough, but now, as L.A. Times business columnist David Lazarus reports, scammers are coming...

  • ... health care system in danger. Correspondent Vince Gonzales shows that cancer is a laughing matter in some circumstances just what the ...

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