Orange County Businesses Continue to Struggle Following Oil Spill

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Recovery is Slow for Many Businesses in Orange County Following Oil Spill

Business leaders testified during a Congressional hearing on Monday about the impacts the recent oil spill has had on the region. At least one owner says he's unsure if and when things will get back to normal for his fishing company.

What Can California do to Better Protect Pedestrians?

October is National Pedestrian Safety Month and while many cities across California have ambitious goals to better protect those walking on the street, they are falling well short of those goals. Can anything be done to better protect pedestrians from drivers?
Guest: Leah Shahum, Executive Director,  Vision Zero Network

Parking Tickets Not Generating as Much Money as They Used to in Los Angeles

Revenue from parking tickets is used by cities to pay for things like public parks and trash removal. But in Los Angeles, a new report has found that parking citations just aren’t the money maker they used to be. 
 Reporter: Tara Atrian, KCRW 

Training Required For Security Guards in California

A new law in California will soon mandate use-of-force training for security guards. A CapRadio investigation into the private security industry sparked the legislation. 
Reporter: Scott Rodd, CapRadio

Bay Area Congressman to Lead Historic Big Oil Hearing This Month

South Bay Congressman Ro Khanna will preside over an historic hearing later this month, where Big Oil executives and trade groups will face questions about their role in spreading climate disinformation. 
Reporter: Marisa Lagos, KQED 

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