A former Marine is accused of killing four homeless men late last month and early this month in Orange County. We talk with District Attorney Tony Rackaukas and hear the story of a man changed by the Iraq war, who often gave money to homeless people. Also, the end of LA's Redevelopment Agency means the end of a project important to Mayor Villaraigosa's CleanTech Corridor. Can Los Angeles still be a center for the “Green Economy” of the future? On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, are Super PAC's good for free speech or bad for democracy?
Troubled Veteran Charged with Serial Killings
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Troubled Veteran Formally Charged with Serial Killings
Former Marine and Iraq war veteran Itzcoatl Ocampo has been formally charged in the stabbing deaths of four homeless men in Orange County from December 20 to January 13....
'CleanTech Manufacturing Center' a Casualty of CRA Decision
Since the state Supreme Court upheld the abolition of Redevelopment Agencies by Governor Brown and the legislature, more than a few potential babies are going out with the...