KQED's The California Report

KQED's The California Report

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The California Report

State Supreme Court Strikes Down Sex Offender Residency Restrictions. Hermosa Beach to Vote (Again) on Potential Oil Drilling. End Music.

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The California Report

A Gerrymandering Comeback in California...via Arizona?. Consulate Marks Surging Guatemalan Population in Inland Empire. What a Narcoleptic Dog Can Teach Us About Sleep. End Music.

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The California Report Magazine

When we see homeless people in our communities, we don't often see children, especially very little ones. They rarely live on the streets. A recent study counted more than half a million homeless kids in California — and ranked the state among the three worst for the extent of child homelessness. Almost half of California's homeless kids are younger than five years old — and the impact on their development is significant.

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The California Report

Lawmaker Wants State To Collect Data on Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity. Cities Seem to Want Sports Stadiums. But Should They?.

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The California Report

San Francisco Bookstore Survives on Alternative Business Model. Dry, Warm Weather Threatens Way of Life at Lake Tahoe. End Music.

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The California Report

Senate Committee Examines Use of Psychotropic Drugs on Foster Kids. State Lawmakers Hope to Fill Gap in Funds for Affordable Housing. End Music.

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The California Report

Lots Of Responsibility For In-Home Care Providers, But No Training Required. End Music.

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The California Report

As Caregiving Shifts To The Home, Scrutiny Is Lacking. End Music.

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The California Report

Raiders and Chargers Annouce Carson Stadium Plan. Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese Californians Ring in the Lunar New Year. At 87, Poet Laureate Philip Levine Jazzed It Up.

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The California Report

Legislative Battle Brewing over Medi-Cal Reimbursement Rates. Broad Museum Adds to L.A. Modern Art Clout. End Music.

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