While California's abundant fields of fruit and vegetables fuel much of America, millions of tons of food rot in farm fields or grocery store and restaurant dumpsters, much of which is edible and could go a long way toward eliminating hunger in California.
An Annenberg investigative journalism class spent a semester reporting on Californians dealing with hunger and food insecurity. To see the entire multimedia reporting series, visit the Hunger in the Golden State Web site.
Monday was the 10th anniversary of the shooting at Columbine High School in Colorado. Staff reporter Tina Mather traveled to Columbine and spoke with the school's principal, the sheriff department's lead investigator and a student survivor and his family. Her interview with the principal ran Monday, the interview with the investigator ran Tuesday and the family profile ran yesterday.