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A town without water, NBA deal expected to bring more programming to fans, Theatre of War and much more

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David Buenrostro sits in front of Obama's campaign office in Culver City in an effort to get the president to sign an executive order granting amnesty to undocumented students.
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David Buenrostro sits in front of Obama's campaign office in Culver City in an effort to get the president to sign an executive order granting amnesty to undocumented students.

On Tuesday, Take Two discusses NBA's new deal with ESPN and Turner Sports. Then, we'll talk to Theater of War Productions artistic director about his experience translating plays from ancient Greek. Finally, we'll look at UC Davis opened a AB540 and Undocumented Student Center.

The tech industry is providing a boost to Colorado's movement to change the way businesses revolving around recreational marijuana are perceived.
Republican Neel Kashkari's bid for governor was always going to be an uphill battle, but he may have an ulterior motive in running for office.
We've talked about what raising the minimum wage would mean to people getting by at that rate. But what about the people in other income brackets?
It's ladies night this week on Tuesday Reviewsday, our weekly new music segment. Shirley Halperin joins Alex Cohen in the studio to talk about some breakout female acts.
In his new book "A Deadly Wandering," Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Matt Richtel investigates why people text and drive even when they know they shouldn't.
With two seasons left in it's current television contract, the NBA has extended its deals with ESPN and TNT. The new one runs for nine years and is worth just over $2.6 billion annually.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory scientist Tom Painter studies how dust affects the melt rate of the Sierra snow pack.
Back in February, the mountain community Lake of the Woods was identified as one of 17 California communities that could run out of water within four months.
Other localities in the state have dropped the program called 287(g). LA would be one of only two counties in the state to keep it going if the supervisors vote to renew it.
UC Davis began the school year last week with a new office on campus, a resource center for undocumented students.
This November, California voters will have to decide whether to pass Proposition 46, a measure inspired by a tragic accident that left two children dead.
A dry season in Brazil is leading to less coffee bean production, and yes, that means the cost of your next cup of Joe could be increasing.
While Sophocles's tragedies are hundreds of years old, the themes have proved an effective way to address the costs of war for military veterans today.
The trip can be grueling for hikers — toenails fall off and their feet can swell whole shoe sizes — the only thing they talk about more than their feet is food.
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