Catalina Island Buffalo Head Home to the Plains

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Eighty years ago, a production company shipped 14 buffalo to Catalina Island to be part of a film called The Vanishing American. When the film crews and actors left, the buffalo stayed behind, and the herd once increased to as many as 600. Now, 100 of the remaining 250-head herd will vanish from Catalina to reappear in South Dakota, where their ancestors came from in the first place. We hear about the latest round-up and what two Native American tribes have to do with it. We speak with the coordinator of the "repatriation" and the chair of the Morongo Band of Mission Indians about the latest round-up and what two Native American tribes have to do with it.
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California Public Employees' Retirement System

CalPERS President Sean Harrigan

Treasurer Phil Angelides on Harrigan's Removal from CalPERS Board

California Republican Party on Harrigan

Bison on Catalina Island

10,000 Kites



Warren Olney


Frances Anderton