Is it visual blight distracting to drivers on nearby freeways or is it art? That's just one question raised by the LA City Council's decision today to light up parts of downtown just like Tokyo. We hear what's planned for two new skyscrapers that will be impossible to ignore. Also, California's three-year drought emergency may be over, but water conservation is as important as ever. We talk with the guy who measures the Sierra-Nevada snowpack. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, Obama, Libya's Gadhafi and America's use of force.
Illuminated Wilshire Grand Project Approved by City Council
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Bright Lights, Bickering City
The City Council took step today to make downtown's Figueroa Corridor look like Tokyo after dark. The Wilshire Grand project, a 45-story hotel and residence building and a...
Governor to Declare End to California's Drought
Three years ago, former Governor Schwarzenegger declared a drought in California. Tomorrow, Governor Brown is expected to declare that it's over. The Department of Water...