Today, we’ll look at how L.A. County is faring in this very unique census year; some pressing questions answered surrounding unemployment payments; and the latest updates – plus a new online guide – on childcare in the region.
Today, schools in parts of Southern California prepare to re-open for in-person learning; the state of the film industry after a dismal summer; how high temperatures and wildfires are affecting air quality; and celebrating the 50th anniversary of an historic event in California history.
Today, how the intense heat is stressing firefighting resources; the latest on relief for renters struggling to make ends meet, as well as immigrants who are here illegally. And then, some tips on how you can conserve energy and reduce stress on the power grid.
In today’s show: Californians are set to play a major role as the DNC kicks off this week; LAUSD announces a massive coronavirus testing plan for schools; How triple-digit temperatures are affecting the state’s wildfires; And what happened when we asked local families to spend a year documenting their lives.
Today, an update on the Lake Fire – now in its third day; The L.A. City Council steps in to help businesses in historic locations; What’s being done to protect farmworkers; and Servant of Pod’s Nick Quah joins me to talk about pornographic podcasts.