The Los Angeles City Fire Department is limiting public information on emergency calls: public updates to the press and the agency’s Twitter feed won’t be as detailed as they used to be. Is it related to the controversy over response times, which could have life-or-death consequences? If the public’s at risk, will warnings be specific enough to help people protect themselves? What if it’s at a school? Also, California could be the state that decides if Mitt Romney can sew up the presidential nomination before the GOP convention in Tampa. On our rebroadcast of To the Point, the price of gasoline and the race for the White House.
Banner image: Paramedics evacuate the injured, near the wreckage of two trains that collided in Glendale, California. Photo by Hector Mata/AFP/Getty Images