Michael Radcliffe

KCRW Staff

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California voters will soon decide whether to ban single-use plastic bags, the kind you get in grocery stores or take-out restaurants.

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California voters will soon decide whether to ban single-use plastic bags, the kind you get in grocery stores or take-out restaurants.

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LAPD Chief Charlie Beck defended his officers’ use of deadly force on Monday against two men in separate confrontations over the weekend. “While holding a handgun in his left hand –…

In LAPD shootings police, community tell two different stories

LAPD Chief Charlie Beck defended his officers’ use of deadly force on Monday against two men in separate confrontations over the weekend. “While holding a handgun in his left hand –…

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