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SINGLE WOMEN IN L.A.

Jennifer Aidoo
  GOOD KARMA CAFE

Merisenda Bills
  FOOD PANTRY

Jennifer Aidoo
 
They say a good man or woman is hard to find. Jennifer Aidoo explores the single life in Los Angeles.   There's a news lunch program for vegetarians looking for new places to eat on campus.   With the dwindling economy and job loss at an all-time high, food banks in Los Angeles are serving more than just the poor and homeless.  
 
BASEBALL BOY

Cynthia Chang
  Declawing Debate

Stephanie Wenger
  TWO STEPS UP

Angela Dong
 
ATVN's Cynthia Chang shows us how one little boy plays baseball as a way to cope with his disability.   Southern California cat owners are in the middle of a tug of war over legislation aimed at keeping them from having their cats declawed. Reporter Stephanie Wenger explains the reason for this political catfight.   Step Up on Second is giving a helping hand and changing lives.  
 
LIFESTYLE CYCLING

Angela Dong
  FROZEN EGGS

Natasha Zouves
  LOS ANGELES CAREGIVERS

Stephanie Wenger
 
Lifestyle Cycling is a healthy way of life and changing the way some people think of exercise and transportation.   12/01/09: A new reproductive technology has the science world buzzing.   As the baby boom generation grows older, the number of caregivers in America continues to increase. Stephanie Wenger jumped aboard the Beauty Bus and visited Los Angeles resources for caregivers.  
 
WELFARE FAMILIES

Len Ly
  LIGHT RAIL SAFETY

Evelyn Padilla
  GREEN CLASSES

Carollyn Nguyen
 
The economic recession has created a new wave of welfare applicants. Len Ly meets some of the families turning to public services to make ends meet.   A new development that will give drivers an alternative mode of transportation is causing a stir. Reporter Evelyn Padilla visited one community where this project has not received such a warm welcome.   The job market is getting more competitive as people lose their jobs. Many people are turning to the green industry for options. Carollyn Nguyen visits a college that offers a "green curriculum."  
 
LAUSD Meal Program

Adrianna Weingold
  FUSION FOOD

Debory Li
  SANTA BARBARA HOMELESS

Cynthia Chang
 
The rising rate of food insecurity in Los Angeles has more and more parents relying on the school district to provide their children with the nutrition they need.   California has become one of the nation's biggest melting pots. This has brought the city of Los Angeles food from all different walks of life ... but you don't even have to walk into a restaurant to find it.   There is a moving game that the homeless have to play and it's sometimes just from one side of the street to the other.  
 
AED

Angela Dong
  After School Programs

Kathleen Rivas
  Watts Soccer Team

Evelyn Padilla
 
An AED is a crucial piece of equipment if someone goes into cardiac arrest.   Reporter Kathleen Rivas discovered that budget constraints are challenging after school programs aimed at keeping kids off the streets and out of trouble after the end of the school day.   Reporter Evelyn Padilla went to Watts to find out how a simple game of soccer is transforming a neighborhood.  
 
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SINGLE WOMEN IN L.A.

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