On today's show: Gov. Newsom announces a plan to phase out the sale of gasoline-powered cars by 2035; Why L.A. County may be getting closer to an economic reopening as case rates continue to drop; A project to house L.A.'s homeless during the pandemic is winding down after it fell short of its goals; And Cal State makes a decision on its new chancellor...
On today's show: Helpful information on voting this coming Election Day; A plea from Disney to allow its theme parks to reopen; A grim outlook for LA's high end hotels; and Orange County gives the green light to in-person learning.
On today's show: The latest on the Bobcat fire, which has now surpassed 100,000 acres; A new report finds the California EDD program rife with delays and fraud; The census count of the city's homeless is about to begin; And a review of a very different Emmy Awards.
On today's show: A new report on coronavirus in L.A. County prisons, where thousands of inmates have tested positive; We talk to working moms about how they're balancing jobs and family during the pandemic; The latest on L.A. Unified's plan to slash its school police budget; And concern for a community of historic mountain cabins that are now being threatened by wildfires.
On today's show: The latest on the Bobcat fire, which is now at over 50,000 acres and prompting new evacuations; What's in the NTSB's new report on the 2019 Conception boat fire off the coast of Santa Barbara that killed 34; Why dozens of immigrant detainees have contracted coronavirus at an Adelanto ICE facility; And how disappointing box office numbers for Christopher Nolan's Tenet could put a damper on the reopening of theaters.
On today's show: The latest on the Bobcat Fire, which continues to burn over 44,000 acres near the Mt. Wilson Observatory; Correcting Sheriff Villanueva's misleading claims about the arrest of reporter Josie Huang; Why the shooting of two sheriff's deputies could affect law enforcement's relationship with local communities; And we spoke to the residents of Lynwood for a reality check on the 2020 Census.