After increasing steadily for more than 20 years, gang violence is now costing Los Angeles $2 billion a year. It's reaching beyond high-crime neighborhoods to other parts of the city. We take a long look at what's wrong and what it will take to make any real improvement. Plus, the cost of cold weather to California's economy, and the jazz world mourns Alice Coltrane.
Marshall Plan Urged for LA's Gang Violence Epidemic
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Music World Mourns Alice Coltrane
Alice Coltrane was a jazz performer who converted to Hindiusm and founded the Vedantic Center in Agoura Hills.
6 min, 51 sec
With Freezing Temperatures, Growers Face Big Losses
Just days ago, California was suffering from record heat. Now the problem is record cold, the lowest temps in some 15 years. That could be devastating for the state's...
5 min, 38 sec