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The California Report

2013-07-01

ALRB Provides Unique Way to Resolve Disputes between Growers and Farmworkers. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-06-29

Supporters of same-sex marriage hear wedding bells by the end of July, but are there more twists in the legal road for Proposition 8? The program also takes a look at the sexual assault of farmworkers in California fields — and the barriers to pressing charges some of the women face.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-06-29

Supporters of same-sex marriage hear wedding bells by the end of July, but are there more twists in the legal road for Proposition 8? The program also takes a look at the sexual assault of farmworkers in California fields — and the barriers to pressing charges some of the women face.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-06-29

Supporters of same-sex marriage hear wedding bells by the end of July, but are there more twists in the legal road for Proposition 8? The program also takes a look at the sexual assault of farmworkers in California fields — and the barriers to pressing charges some of the women face.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-06-29

Supporters of same-sex marriage hear wedding bells by the end of July, but are there more twists in the legal road for Proposition 8? The program also takes a look at the sexual assault of farmworkers in California fields — and the barriers to pressing charges some of the women face.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-06-29

Supporters of same-sex marriage hear wedding bells by the end of July, but are there more twists in the legal road for Proposition 8? The program also takes a look at the sexual assault of farmworkers in California fields — and the barriers to pressing charges some of the women face.…

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The California Report

2013-06-27

Thousands Celebrate in Castro After Rulings. Happy Crowds Gather at City Hall, Where It Started Nine Years Ago. Those Opposed to Gay Marriage Don't See Decision as Final. What Benefits Does Erasure of DOMA Bestow?. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-06-27

Supreme Court Strikes Down DOMA, Vacates Prop. 8 Ruling. Stanford Study Gives Charter Schools a Mixed Grade.…

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The California Report

2013-06-27

Supreme Court Clears the Way for Gay Marriage in California. Federal Climate Change Plan Welcomed by California Officials. As Controversy Continues, A New State Prison Medical Facility Opens. Covered California Dental Plans Selected. Stanford Study Gives Charter Schools a Mixed Grade. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-06-25

Psychiatrists Testify of Preventable Deaths in Prisons. One of State's Two Car-Battery Recyclers Reopens. After 40 Years, This Midwife Is Only Getting Busier. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-06-24

Selling Obamacare to California's Immigrant Communities. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-06-21

A peculiar crime has been striking California cities with large Chinese-American populations. Scammers have been targeting elderly women and convincing them to give up thousands of dollars in cash, or face ghosts and imminent death.…

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The California Report

2013-06-21

Federal Judges: Release Inmates Even If It Breaks Laws. The End of Carmel Valley's San Clemente Dam. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-06-20

Legislature Split on the Future of Government Transparency. Looming Loan Rate Increase Has Students Worried. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-06-19

Immigration Bill Could Help Deported Parents Reunite with American Children. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-06-18

LAUSD May Seek Change to 'Parent Trigger' Law. Budget Cuts Threaten Far-Flung Courthouses. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-06-17
Length: 8s

California Teachers Start Training for New Standards. Class for Foster Youth Teaches Life Skills and Eases Isolation. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-06-14
Length: 29s

An amendment tucked into the federal immigration overhaul now being debated in the Senate could have big implications for Filipino-Americans. It would put the sons and daughters of Filipino World War II veterans who fought alongside Americans on a fast-track to citizenship. It's among a host of military benefits Filipino veterans have been fighting to secure for decades.…

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The California Report

2013-06-14
Length: 8s

California Lawmakers To Vote on $96B Budget. Biotech Industry Sees High Court Verdict as Narrow. How Might the Supreme Court Rule on Prop. 8?. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-06-13
Length: 8s

State Bill Aims To Close Loophole Created by Obamacare. Curly Top Virus Debilitates California's Latest Tomato Crop. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-06-12
Length: 8s

San Onofre Power Expected To Be Replaced by Natural Gas. Veteran Homebuying Program Makes Few Loans. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-06-11
Length: 8s

Governor Brown and Lawmakers Reach Budget Agreement. A Modest Budget for State Health Services. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-06-10
Length: 8s

Santa Monica Survivor Looked Shooter in the Eye. San Onofre Shutdown To Take ... a Looong Time. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-06-07
Length: 29s

As the Senate gets ready to resume debate on immigration reform, the program speaks to a couple that took advantage of the amnesty offered during the Reagan Administration. Also, the Graduation Day series continues with a profile of one high school graduate who found his direction on the farm.…

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The California Report

2013-06-07
Length: 8s

Sacramento's Budget Deadline Creeps Closer. California Adopts Plan To Prevent Child Sex Trafficking. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-06-06
Length: 8s

FBI Raids State Senator's Office. CPUC Lawyers, Managers at Odds Over PG&E Penalty. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-06-05
Length: 8s

Scientists Listen for the Sound of a Tsunami. Community College Farm Faces Tough Times. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-06-04
Length: 8s

Commission Explores Solutions to Parks Department's Woes. Tim Robbins: Inmates Discover Their Humanity Through Acting. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-06-03
Length: 8s

Foster Kids Get Help Landing a Job. Travel Time an Issue for Rural Residents with Health Issues. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-05-31
Length: 29s

The Los Angeles Public Library has a massive collection of sheet music, dating back to the mid-19th century. Mostly, the collection has been gathering dust in boxes. But now the work is coming to life, with a new book of sheet music out this weekend and a concert series later this summer. Caitlin Esch reports on how modern bands are playing the old tunes with a new twist.…

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The California Report

2013-05-31
Length: 8s

Central Valley Opposition to High Speed Rail Undaunted. Community College Students Applaud Additional Summer Classes. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-05-30
Length: 8s

Who Benefits from California's Water Plan?. Conservationists and Trappers Clash Over Proposed Ban. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-05-29
Length: 8s

Senate to Vote on Statewide Plastic Bag Ban. Health Insurance Extended for Foster Kids. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-05-28
Length: 8s

State Immigration Bills Threaten Employers With Closure. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-05-24
Length: 29s

The program discusses how San Francisco aims high in finding meaningful summer jobs for young people from low-income families. The goal is 6000 jobs — but is it "make work," or a real path to actual careers? The show also visits an ensemble of military moms that entertains veterans.…

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The California Report

2013-05-24
Length: 8s

State Rolls Out Health Insurance Marketplace. Tug of War over Cap and Trade Revenue. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-05-23
Length: 8s

Young Adults a Key to Obamacare in California. Kids Find Their Voice in Mock Trials. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-05-22
Length: 8s

How Long Can Underfunded State Parks Keep It Up?. Riverside County Cuts Solar Fees; Others May Follow. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-05-21
Length: 8s

Report: Where You Live Changes How You're Treated by Doctors. California Gun Bills Aim To Hold Owners More Accountable. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-05-20
Length: 8s

L.A. Mayoral Election Set to Make History. Central Valley State Senate Seat Up for Grabs. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-05-20
Length: 8s

L.A. Mayoral Election Set to Make History. Central Valley State Senate Seat Up for Grabs. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-05-17
Length: 29s

In Los Angeles, two City Hall insiders with nearly identical philosophies — but very different personalities — are vying to replace Antonio Villaraigosa as L.A.'s next mayor. The program discusses what's at stake, and why the outcome will be a first for the city — no matter who wins.…

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The California Report

2013-05-17
Length: 8s

Fate of LA Pot Shops in the Hands of Voters. Fresno Movie Lovers Honor Film by 'Sweding'.…

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The California Report

2013-05-16
Length: 8s

Can Money Buy a Committee Assignment in Sacramento?. UC Medical Center Workers Threaten to Strike. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-05-15
Length: 8s

Brown's Budget Sends Surplus Cash Mostly to Schools. Budget Protesters Take to Streets Over Health Cuts. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-05-14
Length: 8s

Extra Cash? A New Problem for State Lawmakers. Linked Learning Pilot To Expand in Next School Year. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-05-13
Length: 8s

Some Want Even Tougher Gun Background Checks in Calif. Cyclists Take the Road in Amgen Tour. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-05-10
Length: 29s

Piles of early blueberries and cherries at California farmer's markets are a tipoff: peak season for state farmers is just around the corner. But while agriculture may be one of the biggest economic drivers in California, the latest farm census from the USDA found that among the state's small farms over half don't turn a profit. The program visits one family farm in Sonoma County that is using social media to try to change that, and reduce wasted food at the same time.…

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The California Report

2013-05-10
Length: 8s

Audit Raises Questions About State-Run Veterans' Homes. A New Look at Last Fall's Voter Turnout Story. Bullying Makes Transition Tough for Girl from Cuba. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-05-09
Length: 8s

Caltrans Says Bay Bridge Fix May Cost $10M, Could Delay Opening. Oakland Searches for Its Next Police Chief. State Assembly Leader Wants To Create Rainy Day Fund. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-05-08
Length: 8s

Toxins Law May Get Overhaul. On Bay Bridge, DeSaulnier Says Caltrans Took Risks It Shouldn't Have. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-05-07
Length: 8s

Living Underground: Deported From the U.S., Some in Mexico Are Making Homes in Holes. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-05-03
Length: 8s

An Effort to Lift the $250,000 Limit on Medical Malpractice Awards. Reform Creates Bigger Role for Those Without an MD. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-05-03
Length: 29s

The immigration reform debate is bringing more attention than ever to the people coming to the U.S. to live and work. Even while working in essential industries, many immigrants live somewhat invisible lives. That's certainly true for the 15,000 or more farmworkers - some documented, some not — in the Eastern Coachella Valley, a rich agricultural region east of Palm Springs. Many live in mobile home parks there, one of which has been without power since January. We pay them a visit to learn about the challenges of affordable housing in the region, and what the future may hold.…

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The California Report

2013-05-02
Length: 8s

May Day Rallies Draw Those Hopeful of Immigration Reform. Bill to Change State Environmental Law Passes First Hurdle. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-05-01
Length: 8s

On May Day, Immigration Activists Press for Speedy Reform. Inmates at Risk for Valley Fever To Stay Put For Now. Central Valley Meeting Marries Water, Latest Technology. Monster Drink Maker Sues SF's Top Attorney Over Investigation. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-04-30
Length: 8s

Accreditation Review at Community College Puts Local Economy at Risk, Too. The Giving State: Recipient Speaks Out for Organ Donation. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-04-29
Length: 8s

At San Diego-Tijuana Border, a Small Gate Opens for the First Time. School Health Centers Are Not Just for Students. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-04-26
Length: 8s

Sacramento Gears Up for Education Fight — Or Just a Spat?. Providers Concerned About Changes in Coverage for Chronically Ill Patients. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-04-26
Length: 29s

Gov. Jerry Brown is promising a fierce battle for anyone opposing his plan to fundamentally overhaul school funding formulas. What are the political risks? The program also looks at life in the shadows for undocumented immigrants.…

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The California Report

2013-04-25
Length: 8s

Governor Says Bring It On to Those Against His Schools Plan. Who Gives Gifts to Politicians? Data Is Now More Accessible. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-04-24

Crime Victims Blast Governor Brown Over Realignment. Nevada Mental Health System Dumping Patients on California's Doorstep. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-04-23
Length: 8s

New Tool To Answer: Who Has the Worst Air?. Fire's Intensity Signals Difficult Season To Come. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-04-22
Length: 8s

School Funding Plan Takes Stage in Budget Talks. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-04-19
Length: 8s

Blooming Joshua Trees Wow Watchers; Scientists Differ on the Why. What's Your Story: Sheila Jumping-Bull on Healing. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-04-19
Length: 29s

As federal lawmakers begin to haggle over changes to the county's immigration system, people on all sides of the issue are wading into the debate. Others have been noticeably absent: a coalition of activists from Southern California who created a critical mass of opposition to illegal immigration several years ago. They did it through confrontational street protests, armed border patrols and new laws aimed at penalizing undocumented people. But many prominent leaders have moved on, leaving behind a fractured movement with diminishing influence over immigration policy locally and across the nation.…

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The California Report

2013-04-18
Length: 8s

CPUC Not Changing Fast Enough for Some Lawmakers. Will Readers Pay for News They Used to Get for Free?. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-04-17
Length: 8s

'Gang of 8's' Immigration Bill Comes to Senate Floor. New Lawsuit Asks Court to Say Cap-and-Trade Is Unconstitutional. The Giving State: Composting at Martha's Soup Kitchen. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-04-16
Length: 8s

Secrecy Orders on Patents Stifle Innovation. CA Runner Says Attack Won't Stop Him Next Year. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-04-15
Length: 8s

State's Democrats Set Priorities After Big Election Gains. Female Runner Remembers Crashing the Boston Marathon in 1966. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-04-12
Length: 29s

Around 12 to 15 percent of the nation suffers from chronic insomnia. Millions more suffer from sleep apnea and restless leg syndrome (RLS). According to the Stanford Sleep Medicine Center, at some point in their life, at least three quarters of all adults will suffer from one or more of the approximately 90 different diagnosable sleep disorders. We devote the entire show to looking at sleep and what disturbs it, including host Scott Shafer's overnight trip to a sleep clinic, hooked up to electrodes.…

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The California Report

2013-04-12
Length: 8s

Governor Brown Likes What He Sees in China. Court Ruling on Prisons a Setback for Governor Brown. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-04-11
Length: 8s

Governor Wraps Up China Trip. Nature Lovers and Off-Roaders Clash Over State Park. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-04-10
Length: 8s

Brown Inks Two Deals in China; Next Stop Is Shanghai. New Science Standards Call for More Hands-On Learning. Strawberry Growers Struggle to Replace Methyl Bromide. Attorney-Client Privilege Is at Heart of Case Against Legal Aid Group. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-04-09
Length: 8s

LA County Remakes How Its Citizens Will Vote. Solar Co. to Crowd Fund $100M From Small Investors. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-04-08
Length: 8s

Gov. Brown Heads to China on Trade Mission. California Adds Powerball to Its Lottery Menu. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-04-05
Length: 8s

Seizing Guns From Owners Who Have Lost the Right. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-04-05
Length: 29s

A deal on comprehensive immigration reform seems more and more likely — and no state will be more affected than California. We'll hear what growers and organized labor in the state say is essential to them in any final legislation coming out of Congress…

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The California Report

2013-04-04
Length: 8s

What Immigration Reform May Mean for California. Banks Are Violating Mortgage Deal, Report Says. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-04-03
Length: 8s

California's Tough Gun Laws May Get Tougher. HIV Study Has Implications for California's Latinos. A Woman's Search for a Mental Health Solution. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-04-02
Length: 8s

In Hinkley, Toxic Legacy Sets the Stage for a Ghost Town. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-04-01
Length: 8s

Judge to Decide If Stockton Can Declare Bankruptcy. This Just In: California Not an Island. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-03-29
Length: 8s

Commission Suggests Big Changes for State Parks. For One Oakland Resident, a Bullet Revives a Memory. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-03-29
Length: 29s

By official projections, next year Latinos will surpass whites as California's largest ethnic group. The children of Mexican immigrants account for a lot of that growth — and they've been enrolling in college at record numbers. But these students see themselves differently than earlier generations. The program discusses how that's posing a recruitment challenge to university programs that grew out of the Chicano movement of the 1960s.…

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The California Report

2013-03-27
Length: 8s

Prop. 8 Supporters, Detractors React to High Court Hearing. Supreme Court Takes On DOMA. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-03-26
Length: 8s

Supreme Court Takes On Prop. 8. Say Goodbye to Devil's Slide. State Asks Judge to End Oversight of Prison Mental Health Care. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-03-25
Length: 8s

Stem Cell Bank on the Way to Reality. Supreme Court Hears Arguments This Week on DOMA and Proposition 8. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-03-22
Length: 8s

Public Weighs In as Sacramento Drafts Fracking Rules. Techies Want Real Reforms to H-1B Program, Not Just Expansion. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-03-22
Length: 29s

On Tuesday, March 26, more than four years after California voters approved Proposition 8, the state's ban on same-sex marriage will get a full hearing before the U.S. Supreme Court. It's been a long and winding road to the nation's high court — a road paved with joy, anger, euphoria and fear. Host Scott Shafer retraces the history of Proposition 8, from the moment it became a ballot measure in 2008.…

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The California Report

2013-03-21
Length: 8s

A Mixed Verdict in First Bell City Corruption Trial. Farmworkers Protest Methyl Bromide Use on Strawberries. Some International Tech Workers in Silicon Valley Ask: Why Stay?. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-03-20
Length: 8s

Legislation Would Tweak Prison Realignment. Report Says Kaiser Patients Wait Too Long for Mental Health Care. UC Davis Conference Examines Climate Change. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-03-19
Length: 8s

CSU Board Meets, With Hope of Getting More State Money. Ten Years After Iraq Invasion, Veterans Still Paying a Price. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-03-18
Length: 8s

Busy Emergency Rooms Tighten Rules to Fight Prescription Drug Abuse. The Giving State: Ushering in a Love for Theater. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-03-15
Length: 29s

Speier: Change Military Law to Protect Sexual Assault Victims. Music Bridge 1. Groundbreaking System Aims to Ease L.A.'s Traffic Woes. 'Kinder' Mark Their Escape From Nazi-Occupied Homelands. Music Bridge 2. Jazz Review: Ian Carey Quintet+1 'Roads & Codes'. World Baseball Classic Comes to San Francisco. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-03-15
Length: 8s

New Details Offered in State's Delta Water Plan. CCSF Reaches Deadline on Plan to Avert Closure. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-03-14
Length: 8s

SF Symphony Musicians Strike Over Pay. Saving Lives, One Call at a Time. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-03-13

LAUSD Settles Sex Abuse Lawsuits. Activists Pressure Sacramento on Environmental Law. Kids Lost in Education Funding Shuffle. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-03-12
Length: 8s

Calif. Medical Board Questioned on Prescription Drug Overdoses. Music Bridge. Willits Tree Sitter Hopes to Stop Highway 101 Plan. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-03-11
Length: 8s

The Judges of Oakland: Looking for Parity in the Legal Profession. The Giving State: A Voice Holds Hope in the Night. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-03-08
Length: 29s

While Congress prepares to debate the so-called "path to citizenship" for undocumented immigrants, 8.5 million legal permanent residents are in the U.S. and eligible to naturalize. Nearly one-third of them live in California — but they're not all becoming citizens. Language is a big obstacle. The federal government has launched its first-ever national campaign in Vietnamese and other languages, to get out the word about the naturalization process. We stop by a recent kick-off event in Orange County.…

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The California Report

2013-03-08
Length: 8s

Fallen Officers a 'Tragedy' for the Santa Cruz Community. Workplace Wellness Programs: More 'Stick' than Incentive?. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-03-07
Length: 8s

Dream Act Students Apply For First Cal Grants. Retirement Systems, Cities Move to Divest Gun Stocks. County Impact of Medi-Cal Expansion Unclear. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-03-06
Length: 8s

Central Valley Business Weighs Immigration Reform. UCLA Tries a New Approach to Dementia Patient Care. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-03-05
Length: 8s

Officials Seek Solutions to Food Waste. Program Finds Homes for the Homeless. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-03-04
Length: 8s

California Republicans Soul Search in Sacramento. Young Woman Sees a Goal, Sets it in Motion Through Mentoring. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-03-01
Length: 8s

White House Urges Supreme Court to Reject Ban on Gay Marriage. Los Angeles Primary Has Plenty of Hats in the Ring. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-03-01
Length: 29s

A UC Davis study out this week found a "disturbing" achievement gap between California's Latino and African-American community college students and their Asian and white peers. Now, a Cal State University program is working to reach African-American students and their families before they get to college — by bringing its recruitment effort to church.…

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The California Report

2013-02-28
Length: 8s

Foster Youth, Allies Battle Budget Cuts. Young and Homeless in Fresno. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-02-27
Length: 8s

Proposition 8 Foes Gain Some Surprising Support. Mortgage Fraud Goes Largely Unchecked. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-02-26
Length: 8s

Bills Before Legislature Cover a Lot of Territory. Three Strikes Reform a New Start for Bakersfield Man. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-02-25
Length: 8s

What 'Sequestration' Means for California, in Real Numbers. Assembly to Review Conditions in State's Highest Security Prison Units. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-02-22

San Bernardino Sheriff's Detective Laid to Rest. New Poll Shows Overwhelming Support for 'Pathway to Citizenship'. Streetlights Likely To Go Dark in Central Valley Community. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-02-22
Length: 29s

After her teenage son is shot and paralyzed, a mother struggles to make sense of it. Also, why many residents in one liberal county want their gun rights protected.…

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The California Report

2013-02-21

Report Slams California's Toxics Watchdog. L.A. Trial First Lawsuit in a Long Line Against Hip Maker. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-02-20

Dorner Case Prompts Review by LAPD. Activists Inspired by Immigration Debate. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-02-19
Length: 8s

Working Out Kinks in the Cap-and-Trade Market. Touring Alfred Hitchcock's San Francisco.…

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The California Report

2013-02-18
Length: 8s

A Church Divided: Growing Up Gay and Mormon. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2013-02-15
Length: 29s

Huge advances in medical science are letting people living with HIV rekindle goals and dreams, including the dream of having a family. A San Francisco program that's helped HIV-positive women have babies for years has recently launched a program thought to be the first of its kind. It helps HIV-positive straight men become dads.…

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The California Report

2013-02-15
Length: 8s

A Church Divided: Mormons Grapple with Same-Sex Marriage. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-02-14
Length: 8s

Riverside Officer Laid to Rest. State Gives a Preview of Insurance Choices. End Music.…

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The California Report

2013-02-13
Length: 8s

Hunt for Dorner Appears to Come to a Dramatic End. Public Concern Over Restart of San Onofre Reactor. Senate Hearing Focuses on Fracking Regulation. End Music.…

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2013-02-12

Memorial for Riverside Officer Planned, Manhunt for Dorner Continues. Mayor of San Diego Wants Closer Ties to Tijuana. End Music.…

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2013-02-11

Pinnacles Given National Park Status. Bearing the Costs of Helping Kids Adjust to Chronic Illnesses. End Music.…

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2013-02-08

In the Salinas Valley, most farmworkers are from Mexico — and an increasing number are indigenous people from Oaxaca and other Mexican states. They speak languages like Mixteco, Zapoteco and Triqui. If they speak Spanish at all, it's as a second language. That can create complex language barriers in work, school and health care. Now, one community hospital is bridging the language barrier for Mexican immigrants who don't speak Spanish.…

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The California Report

2013-02-04
Length: 8s

Interview with Jeffrey Beard, Governor Brown's Pick to Head Corrections Department. End Music.…

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2013-02-01
Length: 8s

City of Oakland Offers Banking Services to City's Poor. Warning on Scams Targeting Elderly Chinese at Lunar New Year. End Music.…

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2013-02-01
Length: 29s

When you think of a live music experience, you probably think of a concert or a nightclub. But one of the hottest markets for live performance equipment is about as far away from a nightclub as you can get: church. We found out at last weekend's NAMM show, the giant music merchant convention in Anaheim.…

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The California Report

2013-01-31
Length: 8s

Feinstein Leads Gun Control Fight. Who's Policing the Border Police?. End Music.…

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2013-01-30
Length: 8s

California Immigrants Weigh In on Immigration Reform. Ayary Diaz Tells Her Immigrant Story. Environmentalists Sue Stanford over Dam.…

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2013-01-29
Length: 8s

Californians Hailing Obama's Push for Immigration Reform. Got Earthquakes? 'Get Sensors' says State Senator Alex Padilla. Medi-Cal Expansion Necessary to Meet Coverage Goals Under Affordable Care Act. End Music.…

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2013-01-28
Length: 8s

Gun Violence as a Public Health Issue. Orange County and the State in Conflict Over Taxes and Fees, May Need Judge to Decide. End Music.…

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2012-10-09
Length: 8s

Feds Say 'Shut Down Today' to LA Pot Dispensaries. Obama Honors Cesar Chavez with a Visit to La Paz. Eyes on Apps at Health 2.0 Conference. End Music.…

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2012-10-08
Length: 8s

New Rules Make Once-Safe House Seat Competitive. End Music.…

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2012-10-05
Length: 29s

The Central Coast is truly purple — closely divided between Republicans and Democrats. But all voters seem to agree on one thing — Congress is not working.…

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2012-10-05
Length: 8s

Outside Money Pouring In To California's Congressional Races. End Music.…

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2012-10-04
Length: 8s

Church Installs San Francisco Archbishop. Prop. 39 Would Change the Way Companies Are Taxed. End Music.…

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2012-10-03
Length: 8s

Prop. 30: Taxes for Schools and Public Safety. End Music.…

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2012-10-03
Length: 8s

Prop. 30: Taxes for Schools and Public Safety. End Music.…

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2012-03-15
Length: 8s

Brown Combines Ballot Tax Measures, Hopes for Success. Pot Club Landlords are Facing Heat from Feds. End Music.…

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2012-03-14
Length: 8s

L.A. School Board To Rescind Some Layoff Notices. Healthcare Chief 's Vision Brings Change and Challenge. End Music.…

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2012-03-13
Length: 8s

Study Cites Nitrates Risk For Farm Belt Drinking Water. Brown Measure May Face Rival Tax Initiatives. End Music.…

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2012-03-12
Length: 8s

How Determined Docents Kept One Park Off the Closure List. End Music.…

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2012-03-09
Length: 29s

With San Francisco's sheriff facing trial over charges he abused his wife, we explore what happens when domestic violence, politics and law enforcement merge. Also, some have mixed feelings about the first gray wolf seen in California in 90 years.…

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2011-11-26

On the next California Report Magazine we do arts and crafts! Explore homey stuff like quilts and cassette mix tapes to Herman Miller chairs and the legacy of Charles and Ray Eames.…

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2011-11-25
Length: 8m 22s

Artists Take A Satiric Look At Hard Times. While the NBA's Locked Out, the ABA Scores. End Music.…

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2011-11-23
Length: 8m 23s

Occupy LA - Mayor Offering Incentives. Ski Outlook Brings Some Cheer. Giving State Profile: Kim Wilson. End Music.…

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2011-11-22
Length: 8m 23s

In Bakersfield, Hometown Pride Mixed With Discontent. End Music.…

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2011-11-21
Length: 8m 22s

Bakersfield's McCarthy Rises to Power in House. End Music.…

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2011-11-19

We explore the health effects of the lousy economy, including the difficulties of coping with financial stress, unemployment and fear of the future.…

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2011-11-18

Prop. 8 Supporters Can Have Their Day in Court.…

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2011-11-17

CSU Faculty Hold One-Day Strike. Gloomy Budget Forecast May Mean More Cuts Ahead. End Music.…

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2011-11-16

Students Protest Perceived Threats to Public Education. "Swirling" Community College Students. End Music.…

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2011-11-15

College Students Across California Plan Campus Walk-Outs. Kern County Considers Closing Troubled Recycling Plant. End Music.…

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2011-11-11
Length: 8m 23s

"Occupy" Protests: Violence in Oakland, Arrests in Fresno. Local Redevelopment Funds Claw-back Considered by California Supreme Court. End Music.…

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2011-11-10
Length: 8m 24s

Occupy Movement Spreads to Campuses. San Diego Vets Program May Be Model For Nation. End Music.…

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2011-11-10
Length: 8m 23s

SF Keeps Counting, Vernon Votes to Reform. New Law Moving Future Initiatives to November. State Jurisdiction Over Animal Treatment Questioned. End Music.…

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2011-11-08
Length: 8m 23s

Cannabis Crackdown in Mendocino County. End Music.…

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2011-11-07
Length: 8m 23s

Venture Capital Flows to Cost-Effective Health Care Companies. End Music.…

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2011-11-05

Many of the world's best surfers were in San Francisco this week to compete for top honors at the Rip Curl Pro Search contest at Ocean Beach. Along the way, they found themselves fighting cold water, tricky currents and sharks.…

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2011-11-05
Length: 8m 23s

Oakland's Occupy Movement Grapples With Its Identity. Creating a Bike-Friendly California. End Music.…

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2011-11-04
Length: 8m 23s

Oakland's Occupy Movement. Creating A Bike-Friendly California. End Music.…

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2011-11-03
Length: 8m 22s

Occupy Protesters Shut Down Port of Oakland. Battle Brewing Over State Public Employee Pensions. Farm Bill to Bypass Congressional Vote. End Music.…

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2011-11-02
Length: 8m 23s

High Speed Rail's New Timetable (And Price Tag). Lawmakers Take a Closer Look at Shuttering State Parks. Getting Students Up to Speed in English. End Music.…

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2011-10-28

Occupy Oakland Holds Vigil for Scott Olsen. Brown Unveils Pension Plan. California State Auditor Reports Links Between Sex Offenders and Foster Homes. End Music.…

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2011-10-27

Redistricting Lawsuits Rejected by State Supreme Court. Possible Changes In The Works On Inmate Secure Housing Policies. End Music.…

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2011-10-26

A Tale of Two Occupations. San Diego Schools Face Financial Nightmare. End Music.…

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2011-10-25

Going Beyond Coal: The Challenge for Utilities. Silicon Valley Pioneer Dies at 84. End Music.…

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2011-10-24

Three Votes for the Price of One. End Music.…

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2011-10-22

In recent years, the Bay Area has become a major U.S. conduit for Spain's greatest flamenco artists - and they're not just passing through. Ahead of this weekend's Bay Area Flamenco Festival, jazz critic Andrew Gilbert explains why and how flamenco caught…

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The California Report

2011-10-21
Length: 8m 24s

"No Child Left Behind" Waiver Comes With Strings Attached. Music Bridge. Free Clinic Provides Weekend of Care for LA's Uninsured. End Music.…

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2011-10-20
Length: 8m 23s

State Puts Final Stamp on Cap-and-Trade. Campaign Finance Debacle Short-Changes Candidates. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-10-19
Length: 8m 23s

Railroad Emissions Prompt Lawsuit. Pot Replacing Other Crops in State's Best Farmland. End Music.…

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2011-10-19
Length: 8m 23s

Railroad Emissions Prompt Lawsuit. Pot Replacing Other Crops in State's Best Farmland. End Music.…

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2011-10-15

It's the 20th anniversary of the Oakland Hills Fire, which left dozens of people dead and thousands of homes destroyed. How did that disaster change wildfire prevention and emergency coordination statewide?…

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The California Report

2011-10-14
Length: 8m 24s

Political Text Donations Coming to California. Shake Simulator Tests Building's Insides. End Music.…

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2011-10-13
Length: 8m 23s

Federal Legislation Would Allow "Amazon Tax". Pressure on Advertisers of Medical Marijuana. Jeb Bush's Education Summit in San Francisco. End Music.…

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2011-10-12
Length: 8m 23s

English Learners Struggle in LA Schools. Climate Change Could Muddy Tahoe's Waters. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-10-11
Length: 8m 22s

What the Governor Signed, and What He Vetoed. California Grower Claims Record for Great Pumpkin. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2011-10-08

They're on their way south from Alaska: thousands of migratory birds who swarm and swirl their way down an abandoned chimney up in Sonoma County like a living tornado. We visit a popular roosting site which draws onlookers from around the state.…

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The California Report

2011-10-07
Length: 8m 23s

Bay Builders Must Consider Rising Sea Levels. Students Search For Marketable Majors. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-10-06
Length: 8m 23s

Steve Jobs, The California Dreamer. New Tactic in Federal Fight on Medical Marijuana. End Music.…

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2011-10-05
Length: 8m 23s

Californians Face Dismal Retirement. New Calls for Use of 'Laura's Law'. End Music.…

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2011-10-04
Length: 8m 23s

Nation Urged to Adopt California's Policies on Juvenile Justice. Fighting Counterfeit Merchandise On All Fronts. End Music.…

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2011-10-01
Length: 29m 0s

A seismic shift in California's criminal justice system begins this weekend, as thousands of state prison inmates are slated to be transferred to the care of counties. The governor is defending the move, but some call it a disaster waiting to happen.…

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The California Report

2011-09-30
Length: 8m 20s

Miles to Go: The Carrot and the Stick. End Music.…

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2011-09-29
Length: 8m 20s

Abuse of Inmates Alleged at LA County Jails. Prison Hunger Strike is Back On. Finding New Farmers for the Golden State. End Music.…

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2011-09-28
Length: 8m 20s

Schools Suing Over State's Budget. LA County Supes Urged to Redo Districts. Group Says Lead Lurks in Kids' Juice Boxes and Baby Food. Fresno County Rejects Higher Farm Taxes. End Music.…

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2011-09-27
Length: 8m 19s

President Touts Jobs Bill in California. Judge Retires After Presiding Over Water Wars. End Music.…

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2011-09-24
Length: 29m 0s

We talk with the director of a new documentary about Cruz Reynoso, the first Latino on the California Supreme Court. Reynoso fought legal battles on behalf of the poor before joining the high Court, and was later recalled by voters.…

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The California Report

2011-09-23
Length: 8m 20s

Nurses Continue Strike Across California. Inmates Plan Hunger Strike at Pelican Bay State Prison. Giving State Profile: Teen Debaters.…

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2011-09-22
Length: 8m 20s

California Nurses On Strike. Pot Shipped From California to NFL Players in Kentucky. Fullerton Police Officers Charged in Death of Homeless Man. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-09-21
Length: 8m 21s

Southern California Grocery Workers Near Contract Vote. Study finds Latinos Increasingly at-risk from Air Pollution. Schools Struggle to Vaccinate against Whooping Cough. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-09-20
Length: 8m 20s

Southern California Grocery Strike on Hold. Hospitals Face Challenges Getting Paid. End Music.…

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2011-09-17
Length: 29m 1s

A celebrated boxing club for kids in Santa Barbara cant pay its rent. It acts as more than an afterschool programits a place for kids to go. Open six days a week, the mentors are involved in students problems in school and at home. The program may be down…

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The California Report

2011-09-16
Length: 8m 20s

Trying to Close UC Budget Gap Without Tuition Hikes. Needle Exchange Programs Could Get Legal Boost. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-09-15
Length: 8m 20s

Schools May Get New Yardstick for Measuring Success. Taking HIV Testing to the Streets. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-09-14
Length: 8m 20s

Female Veterans Bring Changes to Care at San Diego's VA Hospital.…

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The California Report

2011-09-13
Length: 8m 20s

Fresno Schools Race to Vaccinate Children Against Whooping Cough. end music.…

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2011-09-10
Length: 29m 0s

We talk with composer Steve Reich about his new piece commemorating the 9/11 attacks. He uses voices of air traffic controllers, firefighters and others, with music by the Kronos Quartet.…

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The California Report

2011-09-09
Length: 8m 20s

Near End of Legislative Session, Last-Minute Deals Emerge. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-09-08
Length: 8m 20s

Southern California's Ports Ten Years After 9/11. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-09-07
Length: 8m 21s

Gov. Brown in San Diego to Push Jobs Plan. State Supreme Court Weighs Right to Defend Prop. 8. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-09-06
Length: 8m 20s

Oral Arguments Begin on Prop 8 Case. Students Fight Harrassment on Campus. End Music.…

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2011-09-03
Length: 29m 1s

It may not make much economic sense, but more and more college students are applying to film schools. We look into the increasingly competitive world of filmmakers-in-training.…

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2011-09-02
Length: 8m 20s

How Smart Is Smart Growth in the San Joaquin Valley?. End Music.…

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2011-09-02
Length: 8m 20s

How Smart Is Smart Growth in the San Joaquin Valley?. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-09-01
Length: 8m 20s

New Data Give California Schools a Failing Grade. Tijuana Clinic the Brainchild of UCSD Medical Student. End Music.…

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2011-08-31
Length: 8m 20s

NTSB Report Slams PG&E for San Bruno Blast. Governor Brown Attends National Clean Energy Summit. Liu Faces Supreme Court Nomination Hearing. End Music.…

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2011-08-27
Length: 29m 0s

We spend a day in the life of a state parole agent, making sure ex-felons stay out of trouble.…

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The California Report

2011-08-26
Length: 8m 21s

Governor Announces Jobs Package. Documents Detail Controversial Pesticide Approval. State Requests Waiver on No Child Left Behind. End Music.…

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2011-08-25
Length: 8m 20s

Farmers Want to Create Their Own Energy. Orchestra Violinist Plays For Skid Row Clinic.…

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The California Report

2011-08-24
Length: 8m 20s

Prison Officials Say Change Coming to Isolation Units. Panetta Discusses Military's Future at Monterey. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-08-23
Length: 8m 20s

Inside Pelican Bay Prison: A Tale of Two Inmates. End Music.…

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2011-08-20
Length: 29m 0s

As state and national unemployment rates remain stubbornly high, we talk with job seekers trying to stay afloat. Also, what are some good ways to make yourself stand out to potential employers?…

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2011-08-19
Length: 8m 20s

Southern California Grocery Workers Vote on Strike. Job Hunting in the Nation's Worst Market. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-08-18
Length: 8m 21s

Bumper Crop of Referendum Proposals for 2012. Prison Where Hunger Strike Began Will Make Some Changes. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-08-17
Length: 8m 20s

New Health Program for Ex-Offenders. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-08-16
Length: 8m 21s

Transit Protest Raises Cybersecurity Concerns. STAR Tests Show Students Are Improving. End Music.…

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2011-08-13
Length: 29m 1s

Maids, nannies and in-home health care providers aren't protected by basic labor laws. We hear the pros and cons of a state bill by Assemblyman Tom Ammiano to change that.…

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2011-08-12
Length: 8m 21s

Schools Get New Drop Out Data. Farmers Fight E-Verify. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-08-11
Length: 8m 21s

Domestic Workers Rally for Rights. Poet Laureate Philip Levine. End Music.…

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2011-08-10
Length: 8m 20s

State Revenues Fall Short of Expectations. A Mexican Theater Chain in San Diego Hints at a Trend. Seabirds Return to Channel Islands. End Music.…

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2011-08-09
Length: 8m 19s

Schools May Apply for 'No Child Left Behind' Waivers. New Twist as Families Fight for Autism Coverage. End Music.…

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2011-08-06
Length: 29m 1s

He got his start at a coffee shop talent show in the 1960s, and 50 years later Chicano musician Ruben Guevara has left his mark on R&B, doo-wop and other genres. We present a profile of Guevara, and also take a look at the world's largest photograph. It w…

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2011-08-05
Length: 8m 20s

Child Support Orders Not Always Enforceable. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-08-04
Length: 8m 20s

Garrido Case Raises Questions About Parole Standards. College Administrators' Pay Scales Questioned. More Can Join Medi-Cal, But Will They?. End Music.…

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2011-08-03
Length: 8m 20s

Calif. Food Safety Standards May Inform National Reforms. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-08-03
Length: 8m 20s

Presidential Primary Moved Back to June. Teachers Unsure of Where They'll Be Assigned. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-07-29
Length: 8m 20s

Redistricting Commission Prepares to Approve Maps. Blue-Ribbon Panel Recommendation on Nuclear Waste. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-07-28
Length: 8m 20s

Californians Polled on Energy Options. Figuring Out Pain, With a Mole's Help. End Music.…

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2011-07-27
Length: 8m 20s

Inside a Nuclear Waste Repository. End Music.…

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2011-07-26
Length: 8m 19s

Nuclear Waste in California, Part 2: What Can We Learn From Sweden?. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-07-25
Length: 8m 19s

Nuclear Waste in California, Part 1. Impact of Prison Hunger Strike Unknown. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2011-07-23
Length: 29m 1s

We go inside Pelican Bay State Prison, where a hunger strike began three weeks ago by inmates trying to change conditions they say are cruel and unusual. According to the Department of Corrections, the strike at Pelican Bay ended on Thursday. Also, Oaklan…

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The California Report

2011-07-22
Length: 8m 19s

Investors Who Bought IndyMac Make Bank. Carmageddon II. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-07-21
Length: 8m 21s

"Respect for Marriage Act" Would Help Same-Sex Couples. Can Prison Hunger Strikers Refuse Medical Treatment?. Strike Highlights Conditions in Isolation Units. End Music.…

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2011-07-20
Length: 8m 20s

Petition Drive to Ban Strawberry Pesticide. Public Health Cuts Causing More Pain. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-07-19
Length: 8m 20s

Redevelopment Battle Heads to Court. Schools Prepare to Implement FAIR Act. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2011-07-16
Length: 29m 0s

KQED Radio's weekly statewide news service. Hosted by Scott Shafer, the program contains reporting, commentaries, and analysis about California news, issues, and trends.…

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The California Report

2011-07-15
Length: 8m 21s

College Students Feel the Pain of State Budget Cuts. New Immunization Law Gives Schools Headaches. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-07-14
Length: 8m 20s

Students Push for Tuition Hike Early Warning System. Redistricting Commission Down to the Wire.…

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The California Report

2011-07-13
Length: 8m 21s

CSU Tuition Going Up Again. 'Pay as You Drive' Could Nudge People Into Reducing Emissions. End Music.…

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2011-07-12
Length: 8m 20s

Los Angeles Special Election Today. Fresno Gets Federal Help for Growth Plans. Napa County Begins Oversight of Caregivers. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2011-07-09
Length: 29m 2s

We continue our series "The Republic of Cannabis" with a look at Mendocino County's novel program to regulate medical marijuana farms. Also, we follow high school kids learning to cook in a Michelin-star restaurant in Los Angeles.…

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The California Report

2011-07-08
Length: 8m 21s

Bill to Ban Death Penalty Moves Forward. State May Lose Indian Gaming Income. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-07-07
Length: 8m 20s

Ruling Puts a Stop to 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'. LGBT History as Required Curriculum. Los Angeles Congestion Pricing. End Music.…

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2011-07-06
Length: 8m 20s

Pelican Bay Hunger Strike Spreads to Other Prisons. Where No Medical Device Maker Has Gone Before. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-07-05
Length: 8m 20s

Fighting Back Against Pot on Public Lands. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2011-06-11
Length: 29m 0s

KQED Radio's weekly statewide news service. Hosted by Scott Shafer, the program contains reporting, commentaries, and analysis about California news, issues, and trends.…

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The California Report

2011-06-10
Length: 8m 20s

More Latino Youth College-Bound. Marines Prepare to Help Afghan Farmers. Prop 8 Back In Court Monday. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-06-09
Length: 8m 20s

State Budget Still in Limbo. SF Initiative Would Ban Infant Circumcision.…

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The California Report

2011-06-08
Length: 8m 20s

Shifting Prisoners From State to County Jails. Legislators Consider Reworking School Funding Mechanics. UCSF Finds New Honeybee Viruses. End Music.…

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2011-06-07
Length: 8m 19s

Plan to Reduce Prison Population Revealed Today. Unlikely Allies Support Bill to Restrict Old Trucks. 'Carmaggeddon' Coming to Los Angeles. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-06-06
Length: 8m 19s

Jobs to Announce Apple's iCloud. Spending Caps Are Nothing New in California Budgeting. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2011-06-04
Length: 29m 0s

How has the 30-year-old AIDS epidemic changed California and the gay rights movement?…

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The California Report Magazine

2011-03-19
Length: 28m 58s

We report on how Japan's nuclear crisis is generating new questions about California's nuclear power plants. Also, our series on small town California continues with a visit to Avenal, where a new state prison promised to replace jobs after the oil indust…

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The California Report

2011-03-18
Length: 8m 20s

State Budget Deliberations Continue. California Watches Radiation Plume. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-03-17
Length: 8m 20s

Preventing Hospital Acquired Infections. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-03-16
Length: 8m 20s

Size of Pension Funding Gap Up for Debate. Teachers Protest Pink Slips. L.A. Unified Transfers Some Schools to Independent Groups. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-03-15
Length: 8m 20s

Assessing the Safety of California's Nuclear Facilities. Deadline Arrives for PG&E Pipeline Records.…

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The California Report Magazine

2011-03-12
Length: 29m 0s

The program discusses why the governor's budget plan is rattling nerves in counties prone to wild fires, including Marin and Contra Costa. And, what is a town in Mendocino County doing to help orphans in Haiti?…

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The California Report

2011-03-11
Length: 8m 20s

California Coast Braces for Tsunami. State Considers Conservative Sea Level Recommendations. Budget Wrangling Continues in Sacramento. Prison Education Reform Backfired. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-03-10
Length: 8m 20s

Congress Holds Controversial Hearing on Muslim Radicalization. President and First Lady Host Conference on Bullying. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-03-09
Length: 8m 19s

Census Numbers Reflect CA Diversity. Plea Deal Considered in Farmworker Death. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-03-08
Length: 8m 20s

Budget Roadblocks. Music Bridge. Cautious Optimism for Salmon Season. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2011-01-22
Length: 29m 0s

The harsh realities of governing California in 2011 are hitting Jerry Brown. We'll hear how the governor is struggling to balance the needs of cities, schools and the state, as Democrats push for more taxes.…

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The California Report

2011-01-21
Length: 8m 24s

Family of Murder Victim Suing Schwarzenegger. Larynx Transplant Restores Woman's Voice. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-01-20
Length: 8m 18s

Regents Paint Gloomy Picture of UC Under Cuts. Streamlining Care for Medicare-Medicaid Recipients. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-01-19
Length: 8m 19s

School Shooting in Gardena Prompts Policy Review. Haste to Get Redevelopment Money Locked Up. Supreme Court Will Review Medicaid Cuts. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-01-18
Length: 8m 20s

High Court Considering California Drug Price Suit. Helping Foster Kids Escape the Cycle of Teenage Pregnancy. End Music.…

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The California Report

2011-01-17
Length: 8m 19s

Compton's Latino Voters Want Electoral Changes. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

2011-01-15
Length: 29m 1s

Governor Brown's first state budget is full of pain and bad news. But some say it's just what the doctor ordered to get California's fiscal house in order. We'll talk with local officials from around the state. They have plenty of hope - but many are also…

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The California Report

2011-01-14
Length: 8m 18s

Brown's Budget Proposal Sets Record For Web Hits. Garamendi Recalls Previous Gun Incident. School Clinics Bring Health Care To Students. End Music.…

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The California Report

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Deadline to Gauge State's Prison Progress. Homeless Say Fresno Confiscated Their Belongings. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

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Length: 27s

Some of us celebrate Christmas with an ornament exchange, for others it's cooking up traditional Armenian pudding. This week, we bring you stories of family traditions for the holidays.…

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The California Report

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San Joaquin Valley Air Quality Lawsuit. The Glory of Fruitcake. End Music.…

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The California Report

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FDA Warns Marketers of Weight-Loss Surgery. Keeping Music Education Alive Despite Budget Cuts. End Music.…

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The California Report

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Saving A Program For State's Most Fragile Citizens. End Music.…

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The California Report

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State Redevelopment Agencies Eliminated. Toasting California Distilleries. End Music.…

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The California Report

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Pesticide Use on the Upswing. Push to Rework Three Strikes Sentencing. End Music.…

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The California Report

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Governor Brown Upbeat About New Year's Prospects. Founder of Surf Forecasting Dies. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

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The troops are home from Iraq and military families are adjusting to the new normal. And, we'll take a look back at the year in music.…

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The California Report Magazine

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It turns out Christmas can be hard on the Baby Jesus. We meet a Latino woman who has a booming business that repairs and restores little figurines of the Christ child. We'll also visit a 92-year-old legend near Big Sur who makes premium bows for classical…

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The California Report

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Brown Unveils Budget Plan With Deep Cuts. Crime Rates Down in Many Cities. End Music.…

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The California Report

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Port Truck Cleanup Pays Off. Fighting Citrus Pests With a Natural Predator. End Music.…

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The California Report

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Independent Panel Criticizes High-Speed Rail Plan. Music Bridge. Electrons Are Central Valley's Newest Crop. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

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The troops are home from Iraq and military families are adjusting to the new normal. And, we'll take a look back at the year in music.…

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The California Report

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Health Workers Stage One-Day Strike at Kaiser. Organic Farmers Ask Courts to Prevent Monsanto Lawsuits. End Music.…

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The California Report

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Saving Energy by Keeping Up With the Joneses. End Music.…

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Parenting is difficult no matter what. But what if you grew up with parents addicted to drugs and alcohol, and then you found yourself following in their footsteps? We talk with two single parents who are trying to break the cycle of neglect and drug abus…

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The California Report

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Vote on New Zero-Emission Targets Today. Many Contending to Become the Dodgers' New Owners. End Music.…

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The California Report

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CSU Board Limits Future Salaries for Leadership. ACLU Says School Districts Charging Fees Illegally. Brown's Tax Campaign Shifts Into Higher Gear. End Music.…

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The California Report

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Facebook IPO Reminiscent of "Google Effect". State Looks to E-Textbooks to Save Students Money. End Music.…

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The California Report

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State Budget Continues to Baffle Sacramento. Task Force Examines Coverage of Autism Treatments. UC Police Response to Protests Discussed. End Music.…

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While cutbacks to arts education continue, a program in Santa Barbara encourages young filmmakers to flourish. This week, the Santa Barbara Film Festival's 10-10-10 competition is giving students 10 days to create a 10-minute film.…

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The California Report

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The Complex Process of Reducing Carbon Intensity. End Music.…

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The California Report

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Lawsuit Alleges Cities Pressured Section 8 Recipients. Burden of Juvenile Justice Shifts to Counties.…

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The California Report

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Entire School Staff Reassigned After Teachers' Arrest. Dueling Tax Initiatives May Clutter Fall Ballot. End Music.…

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Transportation Secretary Advocates High-Speed Rail. Controversial Gravel Mine Planned in Fresno County. Contraceptive Mandate Already Exists in State. End Music.…

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The California Report

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Federal Appeals Court Strikes Down Prop 8. Occupy Movement The Latest Challenge for Oakland Police. End Music.…

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The California Report

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Democrats Vie for Party Endorsement at Convention. UC Students File Challenge to Prop. 209. End Music.…

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More than 15 years after voters approved Prop. 209, California's ban on affirmative action is facing a new legal challenge. It comes from minority students concerned about declining Black and Latino enrollment at UC campuses — and Governor Jerry Brown i…

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The California Report

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What Mortgage Deal Means For Californians. Slow Progress in Prison Health Care. End Music.…

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The California Report Magazine

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As California's Latino population grows, so too does the need for doctors who speak fluent Spanish and understand Latino culture. But, historically, few Latinos graduate from California's medical schools. That chasm has expanded over the years despite the…

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Xi Jinping Visits Los Angeles...to Catch the Lakers. Riverside Says "No" to Rock Quarry. Pesticides May Be Key Culprit in Bee Deaths. End Music.…

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Amendment to Exclude Drilling Off California Coast Voted Down. The Sweet and Sour of California Citrus. End Music.…

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The California Report

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Los Angeles Unified School District Delays Voting on Cuts. Tuba Thefts From LA Schools Cost Thousands. End Music.…

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Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Facing Cuts. End Music.…

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L.A. Backpedaling On Truancy Policy. End Music.…

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Day Laborer Meeting in Los Angeles. U.S. Agriculture Cuts Affect California. End Music.…

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Law Aims to Stop Fake Prescription Drugs. Global Warming Threatens Alpine Chipmunks. Concert to Remember Philanthropist Hellman. End Music.…

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Workshops for Would-Be Park Rescuers. State GOP Convention Searches For Relevance. End Music.…

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Some 1,800 of California's most vulnerable citizens live in special state-run facilities. They are men and women with cerebral palsy, severe autism and other developmental disabilities. The state's five "Developmental Centers" have their own internal poli…

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Unsolved Abuse at State's Developmental Centers. End Music.…

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Crunch Season Approaches for California Budget Initiatives. LA City Council Votes to Amend School Truancy Laws. CA Community Colleges Face Bigger Budget Shortfall.…

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A Different Approach to 'No Child Left Behind'. Millions of Tax Credits Left Unclaimed by Poor. End Music.…

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Pepper Spray Report Delayed at Officers' Request. New Head of California High-Speed Rail Optimistic. End Music.…

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Students Bring Message Directly to Sacramento. In the Rural Anderson Valley, Locals Rally to Save Their Park. Northern Calif. Redwoods on the Front Line of Parks Battle. End Music.…

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What is a Park Worth?. End Music.…

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A measure to replace the death penalty with life in prison without parole appears headed for the ballot. Are California voters ready to part with capital punishment?…

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The California Report

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Mysterious Surge in Salmon Population. Music Bridge. Diversity In Local Governments Lags Behind Electorate. End Music.…

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