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Why the Oroville crisis matters in SoCal, Valentine's without financial heartbreak, new music on Tuesday Reviewsday

Published February 14, 2017 at 7:41 AM PST
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This Valentine's Day, people across the country will spend $1.6 billion on candy.
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This Valentine's Day, people across the country will spend $1.6 billion on candy.

Southern California's water infrastructure, recommendations for Valentine's dinner without breaking your wallet's heart, and new tracks on "Tuesday Reviewsday".

While the work continues to prevent a catastrophic flood at the Oroville Dam, nearly 200,000 Californians remain evacuated.
Following the events at Lake Oroville, we take a look at how it could've been prevented. What role did changing climates play in the breakdown of infrastructure?
After more than a decade of oversight, state officials say that Compton has proved that it can once again take control over its community college district.
It's Valentine’s Day but don't worry! You don't have to pay a lot for a nice dinner.
If you're like a lot of us, you love music, but don't have the time to keep up with what's new.
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