June 9, 2005 A father and son from Lodi, Calif., were charged with lying to federal agents about the son's training at an al Qaeda camp in Pakistan. Tamara Keith of NPR station KPCC reports that three others from the small city agricultural community were detained on immigration violations.
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June 5, 2005 Three fatal crashes grounded the nation's aging fleet of air tankers last year. As the wildfire season nears, 16 planes are ready for action, about half the number once in service. Tamara Keith of NPR station KPCC looks at one of the planes that will be the most likely successor.
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May 6, 2005 Tamara Keith of member station KPCC in Los Angeles reports on a proposed ballot initiative in California which, if passed by a majority of voters, would amend the state constitution to require parental notification before a minor could get an abortion. The measure, which affects unmarried women 17 years old and younger, may be put before voters as early as November.
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