Today, a deadline for resuming evictions is delayed; A battle over leadership at Cal State’s new College of Ethnic Studies; Why restaurants are fed up with food delivery apps; And a teacher revives an old-school concept for getting books into the hands of readers.
Today, Joe Biden finally makes his VP announcement; the mother of one teen wrongly detained by Santa Clarita police looks for answers; questions surrounding delays in coronavirus testing at nursing homes; and tensions flare between L.A.’s charter and public schools.
Today, California reacts to President Trump’s weekend executive orders; The latest coronavirus numbers from around LA County; Questions are being raised about schools who want to reopen through the state’s waiver program; And keeping an eye on a recent cluster of earthquakes.
Today, a step-by-step guide to getting unemployment benefits; A pair of women who took to social media to document racist behavior in schools; Why infection rates are rising among childcare workers, and a preview of the next episode of our podcast California City.
Today, a grim coronavirus milestone approaches for L.A. County; Making sense of the pandemic job market; An update on the fight by a group of Chinatown residents to remain in their apartments; And the issues small cities face when big companies take over their aging water systems.
Today, a new report highlights disparities in the salaries of men and women who work for the city of LA; A motion aimed at cracking down on coronavirus parties; Discrepancies in the state testing system; and the story of a celebrity photographer who turned his camera toward regular people during the pandemic.