Cold Snap Drives Families into Shelters

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It's cold in Southern California, and it's going to get wet -- with big storms predicted starting tonight and lasting into next week.  That's bad news for people with no place to live.  Winter shelters opened December 1, and a couple of nights ago occupancy doubled.  Andy Bales is CEO of the Union Rescue Mission.

Credits

Guest:
Andy Bales - Union Rescue Mission - @abales

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Sonya Geis, Katie Cooper