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Aid-in-Dying Law, Europa Mission, Kids with Cancer Find Comfort Through Photography

Terminally ill Californians will soon have access to lethal prescriptions.

JPL prepares for a mission to map one of Jupiter's moons.

A couple who lost their son to cancer helps other sick children discover photography.

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Fire Station 9

Take a rare behind-the-scenes look inside the busiest fire station in the country, where firefighters act as both primary care providers and emergency responders for the nearly 5,000 people living on Skid Row.

  • 2021-01-20T21:00:00-08:00
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  • 2021-01-23T11:00:00-08:00
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Who Killed Josiah?

A Humboldt town is polarized over allegations of racism and police incompetence surrounding the death of college student Josiah Lawson. 

  • 2021-01-27T21:00:00-08:00
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  • 2021-01-30T11:00:00-08:00
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People vs. Kiera Newsome

One woman strives to prove her innocence from behind bars, while a team of pro-bono lawyers and students fight the odds to get her out.

  • 2021-02-03T21:00:00-08:00
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Born to Run

The Los Angeles Jets youth track and field club is one of the oldest and most established running teams in California. It was founded in South Los Angeles in 1973 by then West Vernon Elementary school teacher Ron Moore.  Five years later James Robertson and Booker Woods joined as coaches and the team became one of the largest co-ed running groups in the city.

  • 2021-02-10T21:00:00-08:00
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Jazz City

For decades Los Angeles has existed in the shadows of New York and Chicago when it comes to jazz, but that's now changing. L.A.'s jazz scene is on the upswing. Meet the people, places and sounds that are putting L.A. jazz back on the map. 

  • 2021-02-17T21:00:00-08:00
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