California regulators vote today on sweeping new rules to put more zero and near-zero-emission vehicles on the road over the next 15 years. The state's Air Resources Board wants to jump-start the market for cars that don't run on gasoline -- but automakers caution the plan depends on consumer acceptance. Reporter: Lauren Sommer
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Spring training may be a few weeks away, but some people have baseball on their mind already -- prospective owners of the Los Angeles Dodgers. The team is up for sale as part of the bankruptcy proceedings of Frank McCourt. Expected bidders include some of California's richest people, sports legends and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban. Guest: Chris Erskine, Los Angeles Times columnist.