Today, the latest on the state's reopening plans; Why many college students are taking online classes but still living on campus; A report of shots fired at a Trump rally in Woodland Hills; And a look back at Chadwick Boseman's impact on the entertainment industry.
Today, why local nursing home residents are feeling trapped inside their facilities; a program aimed to address mental health for people of color; how Los Angeles is observing the 50th anniversary of the Chicano Moratorium; and some good news about the L.A. Zoo.
Today, a settlement in the lawsuit surrounding the harassment of the outgoing L.A. County CEO by Sheriff Alex Villanueva; A new UCLA report finds an increase of deaths in young latinos; The family of Anthony McClain files a complaint against the city of Pasadena; and professional athletes walk off the field to protest racial injustice.
Today, LA County Courts plan to resume jury trials; Another fatal shooting at an L.A. party house; A fallout between Cal State Fullerton and a big money donor; And how LAUSD is looking into offering on-campus childcare.
Today, an ambitious program to house the homeless finds itself far behind its goal; Why Universal Basic Income is becoming an appealing financial relief option for struggling cities; We remember the life of popular L.A. restaurant founder Hee Sook Lee; And a new entry in our series of essays "Race in L.A.".
Today, the latest on financial aid for the unemployed, now that the $600 per week federal program has ended; A water main burst near UCLA for the second time in six years, raising concerns about the area’s aging infrastructure; What we can expect from California Republicans as the RNC kicks off on Monday; And a wrap-up our hit podcast California City.