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The California Report Magazine Special
Today at 6:30pm
Award-winning investigative reporter Michael Montgomery brings us an extraordinary story of three men released under Proposition 36, which amended the state's 'Three Strikes' sentencing law.
Today at 6:00pm
Fast-food workers walked off the job in cities across the country and here in the Bay Area on Thursday, pushing for higher wages. But critics of a wage hike say it would stifle business, kill jobs, inflate prices and hurt the very people it's intended to help.
City Arts and Lectures
Today at 1:00pm
In her new book "The Bully Pulpit," Doris Kearns Goodwin captures the Progressive Era through the story of the broken friendship between Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft, culminating in their running against one another for president in 1912.
To the Best of Our Knowledge
Today at 2:00am
Repeats at 7pm
We love books. We line them on shelves like totems. They're piled next to our beds in some hope that their decaying pages will affect our dreams. For many of us, books are sacred objects. And sometimes they're even magical.
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NPR Hourly News
- Lawyers: Baseball Officials Formally Rejected Oakland A’s Move to San Jose
- A Chance for Bayview Residents to Tell Their Stories
- Santa Clara County Coroner: Four San Jose Homeless Die from Exposure
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The California Report
- Californians Reflect on Fight to Free Mandela, End Apartheid
- L.A. Social Workers Strike Over Pay, Case Load Burden
- High-Speed Rail Officials Insist Project is on Track