Dorner Case Returns Focus to LAPD
The manhunt is over and the body of suspected murderer Christopher Dorner has been positively identified. Dorner's alleged murder spree left four people dead, including two police officers. Four others were injured. But the allegations by the former Los Angeles police officer against the LAPD are opening some old wounds, especially in the black community.
Prop. 39: Where Will the Money Go?
California is set to create the nation's most ambitious energy makeover for public buildings. That's because Californians overwhelmingly passed Proposition 39, which closes a corporate tax loophole and funnels much of the money to energy efficiency upgrades. The details, however, have been left to state lawmakers -- and not surprisingly, there's disagreement over where the funds will go.
Pop Music Review: Thao & The Get Down Stay Down's 'We the Common'
Over the last few years, the name Thao Nguyen has found its way into the consciousness of indie music fans. She's a favorite of hipster music blogs and even has a video directed by a "Glee" star. In her new album "We The Common,? Thao and the Get Down Stay Down go beyond the hype, showcasing not only her pop but her politics. Pop music critic Steve Hochman has a review.
Paiute Indians Help Map the History of the L.A. Aqueduct
The water wars that drained the Owens Valley 100 years ago to feed the Los Angeles Aqueduct are today the stuff of literary and cinematic legend. But one group's story has been left out. Before the arrival of white settlers, Paiute Indians had a sophisticated water system of their own. This year marks the centennial anniversary of the aqueduct's construction -- and a documentarian is working with the native community to uncover this lost part of California's water history.
Rethinking Unprotected Sex for HIV-Positive Men
Huge advances in medical science are letting people living with HIV rekindle dreams, including those of having a family. A San Francisco program that's helped HIV-positive women have babies for years has recently launched a program thought to be the first of its kind. The program helps straight HIV-positive men become dads.