Today, a big victory for child care providers who voted to unionize; How film promoters are dealing with the cancelation of festivals; and what to make of LA County Alex Villanueva’s increasingly heated language on social media.
Today, Angelenos fear mass evictions as rent amnesty is set to expire; The future of the Defund the Police movement; A famous California explorer faces a racial reckoning; and a SoCal city is in danger of losing its baseball team.
Today, an update on a program that protects undocumented children; Congress hands conservationists a victory; A discussion on the changes needed in Hollywood; and a preview of the next episode of the LAist podcast California City.
Today, an update on the investigation into the May 31st injury of an LAist reporter at the hands of Long Beach police, how hospitals are managing during a surge in coronavirus infections, and why the joblessness rate in the arts and entertainment industry continues to rise.
Today, a plan to divert county funds to low-income Angelenos; The Trump Administration’s new attempt to exclude undocumented immigrants from the 2020 census; A proposed change to the Cal State University system to encourage ethnic studies; and California childcare providers’ upcoming vote on whether to unionize.
Today, some possible good news in the latest coronavirus numbers; The latest hospitalization data from L.A. County; A preview of some of the unusual changes in the coming school year; And to what to make of a summer movie season without any movies.