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Looking at the Future of LA Infrastructure, CA Drought Check-In, Inside Museum Reopening




A sign over a highway in Glendale, California warns motorists to save water in response to the state's severe drought, February 14, 2014.  US President Barack Obama is visiting drought-stricken California today and is expected to announce more than $160 million in federal financial aid to help California recover from the crippling drought that is threatening the state's agriculture industry. AFP PHOTO / ROBYN BECK        (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)
A sign over a highway in Glendale, California warns motorists to save water in response to the state's severe drought, February 14, 2014. US President Barack Obama is visiting drought-stricken California today and is expected to announce more than $160 million in federal financial aid to help California recover from the crippling drought that is threatening the state's agriculture industry. AFP PHOTO / ROBYN BECK (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)
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WHAT DOES BIDEN'S PROPOSED INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN MEAN FOR L.A.

An artist's conception shows the two-way cycle track on Tower Hill that is part of London's new plan to boost its bicycle infrastructure.
An artist's conception shows the two-way cycle track on Tower Hill that is part of London's new plan to boost its bicycle infrastructure.
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Take Two talks with LA Times reporter Ralph Vartabedian about transportation infrastructure in Biden's proposal and the latest in the CA bullet train

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CA VACCINE EXPANTION...WHO IS ELIGBLE?

A health worker prepares a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine during a vaccination campaign of members of the Emergency Medical Services of Madrid (SUMMA) in Madrid on January 12, 2021. - Spain's regions are stepping up virus restrictions but the government remains adamant it would not impose a lockdown despite an expected post-Christmas surge in infections. (Photo by OSCAR DEL POZO / AFP) (Photo by OSCAR DEL POZO/AFP via Getty Images)
A health worker prepares a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine during a vaccination campaign of members of the Emergency Medical Services of Madrid (SUMMA) in Madrid on January 12, 2021. - Spain's regions are stepping up virus restrictions but the government remains adamant it would not impose a lockdown despite an expected post-Christmas surge in infections. (Photo by OSCAR DEL POZO / AFP) (Photo by OSCAR DEL POZO/AFP via Getty Images)
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People 50 and over are eligible for vaccination as of today . Carla Javier has the latest on the vaccine rollout.

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APRIL SHOWERS...NOT SO MUCH: RAIN WATER CHECK-IN

Dust billows as a farmer plows a dry field near Buttonwillow, California. Central Valley farmers and farm workers are suffering through the third year of the worsening California drought with extreme water shortages and job losses.
Dust billows as a farmer plows a dry field near Buttonwillow, California. Central Valley farmers and farm workers are suffering through the third year of the worsening California drought with extreme water shortages and job losses.
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It's the official end of the rainy season so KPCC science reporter Jacob Margolis joins with the latest on our water supply and what that means for fire season

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ANOTHER YEAR ANOTHER DROUGHT

A sercret service agent looks over a farm field as President Barack Obama speaks to the media on California's drought situation on February 14, 2014 in Los Banos, California. Obama met with farmers and ranchers while pledging millions of dollars in federal funds for drought relief projects in California
A sercret service agent looks over a farm field as President Barack Obama speaks to the media on California's drought situation on February 14, 2014 in Los Banos, California. Obama met with farmers and ranchers while pledging millions of dollars in federal funds for drought relief projects in California
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Take Two checks in with the CA Water Resources Board for more on the water supply and the state's drought plan

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INSIDE MUSEUMS JOURNEY TO REOPENING

Broad Contemporary Art Museum.  LACMA.  Los Angeles, California
Broad Contemporary Art Museum. LACMA. Los Angeles, California
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We check in with a few museums around L.A. to see how they’re holding up as we near one year since California’s shelter-in-place order was issued. 

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ART OUT IN THE DESERT

"Mirage" by Doug Aitken at Desert X.
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John Horn visits the outdoor art exhibition Desert X near Palm Springs and brings us a report.

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