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Filipino gun culture has deep roots

scpr.org — At an outdoor shooting range in a houseless expanse of Corona, wind whips dust into the air. A bright sun beats down on necks. Brian Urbano doesn't mind the conditions. He's enjoying his favorite pastime. "We - my culture, my heritage, my roots - we do embrace firearms," Urbano said.

3 in critical condition after school bus crash in Anaheim

scpr.org — screengrab from NBC-LA Thirteen people, three of them critical, are being treated for injuries after a bus crash in Anaheim Hills. At least 13 people are being treated for injuries after a bus crash on Nohl Ranch Road in Anaheim Hills Thursday, Anaheim Fire Department Lt. Bob Dunn told KPCC.

Slain TSA agent's family files $25 million claim against City of Los Angeles over LAX shooting (update)

scpr.org — A law firm has filed a $25 million claim against the City of Los Angeles on behalf of the wife and family of a security screener killed in a gunman's attack at Los Angeles International Airport last year. AlderLaw P.C.
RT @erikaaaguilar Slain #TSA agent's family files $25 million claim over #LAX shooting (update) scpr.org/news/2014/04/2… @kpcc #LA
Slain #TSA agent's family files $25 million claim over LAX shooting (update) scpr.org/news/2014/04/2… via @kpcc

UC Riverside to expand faculty by nearly half in 5 years - 'A small university in a small town' no more

scpr.org — UC Riverside For years UC Riverside was a back-water campus in California's prestigious University of California system - but officials say that's changed and they've got big plans ahead of them. "We're now a campus of destination, a choice campus rather than a place of last resort," said UC Riverside chancellor Kim Wilcox.
RT @RadioBWatt: UC Riverside to expand faculty by nearly half in 5 years scpr.org/blogs/educatio… via @kpcc
UC Riverside to expand faculty by nearly half in 5 years scpr.org/blogs/educatio… via @kpcc

Make What Your Mama Gave Ya: Dishing on family eats and tradition in LA

scpr.org — Mother's Day and dining out: It's a combo so standard that honoring moms this way is the restaurant industry's busiest day of the year. But scooting moms out of the kitchen just one Sunday in May is nothing next to the day-to-day influence they've got on family tastes.

'Walking Dead' is a big hit with Republicans

scpr.org — AMC Is this an image from AMC's "Walking Dead" or a TV viewer who's been turned into a zombie by a torrent of political ads? It's media buying season for political candidates running in California's June 3rd primary. But how do politicos get the biggest bang for their buck?

In SoCal business news: Irwindale waits on Sriracha; Maker Studios makes a move; changes at LAX

scpr.org — ilovememphis/Flickr Creative Commons Bottles of Sriracha hot sauce in a supermarket. Good morning and welcome to KPCC's business blog, the Breakdown. Every weekday, we compile a list of interesting business stories in the Southern California region. Irwindale gives Sriracha matter time to cool off.
In SoCal business news: Sriracha has to wait; Maker makes a move scpr.org/blogs/economy/… via @kpcc

FasTrak pay lanes on 10 and 110 may become permanent; Metro votes today

scpr.org — Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images Traffic on the northbound and southbound lanes of the 110 Harbor Freeway starts to stack up during rush hour traffic on February 5, 2013 in Los Angeles. A comprehensive study by the Federal Highway Administration says FasTrak-lane pilot projects "are accomplishing their goals and objectives."
RT @AirTalk: Today, Metro votes on whether to make FasTrak lanes permanent. What's been your experience with them? 866-893-5722 kp.cc/1iRPHbc

LA County's most vulnerable foster children are having trouble finding homes

scpr.org — There's a severe lack of homes for L.A. County's most vulnerable foster children. And each day the county fails to find a home for them is another day it violates a federal court order.
LA County says not enough willing parents for most vulnerable foster children scpr.org/news/2014/04/2… via @kpcc

Jay-Z-Beyoncé Rose Bowl concert: A potential windfall to Pasadena, nuisance to some neighbors

scpr.org — Kevin Winter/Getty Images Hip Hop artist Jay Z performs at The Staples Center on December 9, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. The Pasadena City Council recently approved a concert with him and his wife Beyoncé at the Rose Bowl in August.
RT @Jose_L_Jimenez: RT @KPCC: Jay-Z–Beyoncé Rose Bowl concert: Potential windfall to Pasadena, nuisance to some neighbors kp.cc/Pxk7UN via @RadioBWatt
Jay-Z–Beyoncé Rose Bowl concert may mean more money, headaches scpr.org/news/2014/04/2… via @kpcc
Jay-Z–Beyoncé Rose Bowl concert may mean more money, headaches scpr.org/news/2014/04/2… via @kpcc