Today, why so many LAPD officers have been seen without masks, how mask wearing in schools has become political in Orange County, why COVID testing delays are increasing, and a preview of a story that talks about what happens when women of color go missing.
Today, why some employees are reluctant to return to work as businesses reopen, a big resignation in the LAUSD police force, why Facebook banned an anti-government group, and a firsthand account of the very strange experience of returning to a public pool.
Today, the LAUSD votes to cut millions from its police budget, a new program that helps Black students interact with campus police, a prison release plan gone wrong, and a report on the rising rate of anti-Asian discrimination.
On today’s show, we’ll take a look at the history of racism in the Antelope Valley, and discuss why armed police are often the first people called when a homeless person is in crisis. We’ll also hear what Congresswoman Karen Bass thinks of the current unrest, and we’ll pay tribute to the late, great TV pioneer, Carl Reiner.
Today, COVID-19 cases continue to rise, once again straining local public health infrastructure. It’s also forcing state and local officials to make some drastic revisions to the LA County budget. And, even though they reopened less than two weeks ago, county bars have been ordered to close again. All of that is coming up.
Today, why the coronavirus rate is back up at record levels, why Disney is about to rename a controversial ride, a look at racial and gender disparities in unemployment, and why the Long Beach police are being questioned over a threatening Facebook post.