KQED's The California Report

KQED's The California Report

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The California Report Magazine

Hard work, low pay, miserable conditions, and more!" That's the actual motto for the California Conservation Corps, the state program that puts young adults to work outdoors. In Marin County, they have the tough job of building and maintaining world-class trails. For the series California Foodways, Lisa Morehouse reports on the role food plays for a crew of young people burning thousands of calories a day — and why their menu has barely changed since the 1930s.

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The California Report

Disneyland Measles Outbreak to be Declared Over. Backed by Silicon Valley VCs, Bitcoin Begins to Mature. End Music.

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The California Report

House Democrats Introduce Crude-by-Rail Safety Bill. For California's Powerful, Following the Law Means Writing it Yourself. End Music.

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The California Report

Black Lives Matter Protests Disrupt Transit in Oakland and Los Angeles. Senate Subcommittee to Review Progress of Undocumented Drivers License Law. A New Shelter in East L.A. Provides Sanctuary for Homeless Women. End Music.

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The California Report

Beekeepers Challenge Approved Chemical in Federal Court. Myriad of Problems Could Spell End of California's Group Home System. End Music.

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The California Report

New Retail and Residents Add to Skid Row's Housing Crunch. End Music.

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The California Report Magazine

In this fourth year of drought, Californians are thirsty for new ways to get water, and one idea is desalination. Even critics of turning ocean water to tap water grant that it has some merit. So why aren't we doing more of it? We look at desalination's potential role in the state's water portfolio.

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The California Report

The Next Crime Wave in Farm Country: Stealing Water. One Engineer's Pipe Dream Could Quake-Proof LA's Water Supply. End Music.

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The California Report

State Senate Committee Votes to End Vaccine Personal Belief Exemption. Central Coast Congresswoman Lois Capps Announces Retirement. Community College Initiative Makes Slow Progress in Lowering Dropouts. End Music.

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The California Report

Package of Bills Seeks to Protect Undocumented Immigrants in State. Study Finds Court Finds Discriminate Against California's Poor. State Lawmaker Pushes for Employment Rights of Pro Cheerleaders. End Music.

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