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Take Two for February 8, 2013

Published February 8, 2013 at 8:58 AM PST
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Snow falls at Bear Mountain Ski Resort where police are continuing the hunt for Christopher Dorner, suspected of killing three people in Southern California.
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Snow falls at Bear Mountain Ski Resort where police are continuing the hunt for Christopher Dorner, suspected of killing three people in Southern California.

Former LAPD chief Bill Bratton joins the show to talk about the hunt for fugitive Christopher Dorner. Then, we look at LA cop culture, Rob Lowe joins the show to talk about his latest film, 'Knife Fight," Vanessa Romo reports on how school principals who fail to report abuse are rarely prosecuted, Sanden Totten reports on this year's technical Oscars, Rob Lowe on his latest political acting stint in 'Knife Fight,' and much more.

Former LAPD chief William Bratton joins us to talk about what he remembers about Dorner and whether he thinks the LAPD's screening and psychological processes need an update.
As authorities continue the hunt for Christopher Dorner, many wonder what might have led the former LAPD officer to possibly commit such crimes. Some who knew him as a friend say he didn't seem violent at all, but others who knew him as a cop say he was a bad apple.
We'll talk about the week that was in this regular political reporter roundtable. On tap this week, Chrystia Freeland, editor of Thompson Reuters Digital and James Rainey from the Los Angeles Times.
Actor Rob Lowe joins the show to talk about his penchant for political roles, his newest film 'Knife Fight,"
Ex-LAPD officer Christopher Dorner has been on the run for more than 24-hours, and while officials suspect he's up in the Big Bear area, and a snow storm there is complicating the search.
Many professionals are required to report suspected cases of child abuse. Failing to contact authorities is a crime. But those prosecutions aren’t as easy as you’d think.
Every week we get your weekend conversation starters with Rico Gagliano and Brendan Newnam, the hosts of the Dinner Party podcast and radio show.
The Oscars are a few weeks away, but the show’s geekier cousin, the Scientific and Technical Awards, happens tomorrow. KPCC’s Sanden Totten reports.
The Grammys have been around for more than 50 years, and through that time we've seen pretty much everything. From Nikki Minaj staging a fake exorcism during the show to Elton John performing with Lady Gaga.
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