KQED's The California Report

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The California Report

Agua Caliente Tribe Sues For Water Rights. Are Emissions From Asia The Cause of LA's Dirty Air?. New Law Questions Health Risks of Cleaning Products to Adults.

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The California Report

For LAPD Cops, Training Program Teaches Empathy, Not Aggression. "Permutations," by Lo-Fang, from the album "Blue Film" (4AD).

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If you ask people in the city of Mexicali, Mexico about their most notable regional cuisine, they won't say street tacos or mole. They'll say Chinese food. Above the border, the population is mostly Latino, but Chinese restaurants are super popular there, too. Reporter Lisa Morehouse heads to the Imperial Valley on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border to discover the history behind some dishes you won't find anywhere else. It's the latest episode in our series "California Foodways," stories at the intersection of food, culture, economy and history.

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The California Report

Jessica's Law Loosened: Change in Sex Offender Residency Rules. Lawsuit Could Halt Detention of Central America Children. End Music.

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Poll Shows Gloom About Drought as State Senate Passes Emergency Legislation. Lawsuit Challenges Family Detention Policy. End Music.

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How Will the Ellen Pao Trial Change Silicon Valley and the Venture Capital World?. Families of Disappeared Mexican Students Tour U.S to Rally Against Corruption. End Music.

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Chief Justice Calls California Courts 'Innovative' in Annual Address. Unintended Consequence: How Prop 47 Tanks Drug Courts. End Music.

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Public to Weigh In On LA Minimum Wage Proposal. California Cities Debate Militarization of Local Police Departments. End Music.

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The California Report Magazine

Nuclear talks with Iran dominate the headlines these days. But a radio show produced out of Los Angeles focuses on the country's human rights issues, and connects with Iranians from all over the world. Reporter Diane Bock brings us the story of Saeed Ghaemmaghami, a man some call Iran's unstoppable freedom warrior.

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Governor Brown Introduces Drought Emergency Bills. John Muir's Journals Transcribed, With a Little Help From the "Crowd". End Music.

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