Women and DUIs, Storybook houses, FLOTUS in China, On the Lot
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On Monday Take Two discusses the trend of DUIs rising among certain groups of women. Also, what effect do Michelle Obama and her style have in the U.S. and in China? Take Two will talk about Storybook houses that are scattered throughout Los Angeles and look like something from a fairy tale. And KPCC goes "On the Lot" to discuss the latest in film.
While DUI arrests are down overall in Southern California, they are on the rise with certain groups of women.
First lady Michelle Obama is currently in China to promote educational exchanges between China and the U.S. while subtly addressing freedom of expression.
The first lady is in China to talk about education but her style is getting a lot of buzz.
"Divergent" won the box office this past weekend but religious drama "God's Not Dead" was the biggest surprise. And 1980s television show "Jem and the Holograms" is getting a movie remake.
Officials say at least eight people are dead, and more than 100 are missing after Saturday's mudslide in a Washington state community.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles announced over the weekend that a credit card data breach may have occurred with its online payment system.
The Centers for Disease Control now reports that the number of effective treatments for gonorrhea have dwindled to just one and it's only a matter of time before the STD becomes resistant to that option.
The diverse communities and languages spread throughout LA creates a challenge for health care workers hoping to prevent STDs.
You might soon say goodbye to #'s and @'s on Twitter.
Storybook architecture sprang up in the 1920s, and its fairy tale abodes can still be found in Southern California.