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California is in the final stages of allowing 15 community colleges, including two in the Bay Area, to start offering four-year bachelor's degrees in selected subjects. The show looks at the issues.
Today at 4:00pm
Repeats at 6:30pm
A photographer found 31 rolls of undeveloped film that revealed incredible photos from World War II. Marketplace takes a look at the cost to rescue old film.
Today at 10:00am
For more than two decades, Dan Savage has offered relationship and sex advice in his syndicated column, "Savage Love." The column, where no topic is off limits, has since spun off into a podcast and a show on MTV.
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