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Today at 9:00am
If you want a reservation at a high-end restaurant in San Francisco, you may have to pay to hold your spot. Some restaurants are adopting a new ticket system that requires patrons to pay for a reservation when they make it.
Today at 12:00pm
The show presents a full hour on Ferguson and issues of race and justice in America. Two generations of black St. Louis residents reflect on what has and hasn't changed in the region in recent decades.
Today at 1:00pm
All 552 episodes of "The Simpsons" will be broadcast in the longest single-series marathon in history, beginning Thursday. TV critic David Bianculli shares an appreciation. Plus, interviews with creator Matt Groening and several cast members.
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- Measure to Strip Suspended Lawmakers' Pay Misses Ballot
- Drought-Stricken Town Struggles to Keep the Water Flowing
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- Junction Fire Forces Evacuations Near Yosemite
- Fresno Considers Ending Health Services for the Undocumented