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ACLU contends California must let former prisoners vote

This week the ACLU filed a lawsuit against California’s Secretary of State to allow state prison inmates to vote while they serve community probation terms. KFWB Legal Analyst Royal Oakes discussed this with Penny and […]

02/05/2014

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Increase in heroin availability

In light of the death of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, apparently of a heroin overdose, we want to better understand the addiction to this drug, and what can be done to kick the habit. John […]

02/04/2014

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Educator charged in YouTube case

New developments in a Southland child abuse story that grabbed the attention of the nation. Last month, a 28-year-old Southland woman confronted a former teacher who she says molested her in middle school. The woman […]

02/04/2014

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The FDA: the dangers of tobacco use

Tobacco use is the leading preventable cause of disease, disability and death in the United States. The FDA is launching a national campaign aimed at preventing kids from ever lighting up. Phil and Penny spoke […]

02/04/2014

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‘Phantom Projects’ helps SoCal teens

Steve Cisneros, producing artistic director of Phantom Projects Theater Group, a nonprofit that uses theatre to teach teenagers in Southern California via tours and a season at La Mirade Theater, tells Maggie and Michael how […]

02/03/2014

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The diving Dow

Why January 2014 was such a bad month for your portfolio and what is expected into February. Money 101 host Bob McCormick talks with Ken Winans of Winans Investments and Gabe Wisdom of American Money […]

02/03/2014

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Not so hot Superbowl ads ?

The Seattle Seahawks scored a blowout victory, but viewers are having a harder time identifying a big winner in the Super Bowl AD contest. Robert Thompson, Founding Director of the Bleier Center for Television and […]

02/03/2014

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‘The Works’ – A new smartphone app for LA

Yesterday, we told you about “The Works.” It’s L.A. County’s new smartphone app that will help residents report graffiti, potholes and other problems. We thought it’s a great idea,  but we had questions. Penny and Phil […]

01/30/2014

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Congressman Henry Waxman announces retirement

Congressman Henry Waxman, who has served L-A’s West Side for 20 terms, has announced he will retire from office. Penny and Phil spoke with NBC News Correspondent Bob Costantini from Washington DC to discuss this breaking news […]

01/30/2014

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CA Healthcare and Covered California

In the early-going, California’s health insurance marketplace, Covered California, was outpacing other state exchanges as well as the federal Obamacare website. But how are things going now? Phil and Penny spoke with Andrew Hyman, who […]

01/30/2014

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Deals Diva has free education info

Today’s conversation with the Deals Diva focused on places to get free college courses as well as tutoring for kids: The links are: Coursera.org and KhanAcademy.org.

01/29/2014