No on Prop 57

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LA County Sheriff McDonnell, DA Lacey speak out against Prop 57


They echo opponents' argument that the statewide ballot measure would let violent felons - not just non-violent ones as Prop. 57 states - be eligible for early parole.

Brad Snyder

Paralympic gold medalist: When I swim, I don't feel blind


Veteran and Paralympian Brad Snyder spoke with Take Two about his path from being blinded in combat to winning gold medals at the Paralympics.


LA Sparks headed to Game 5 of WNBA Finals


With the Indians advancing to the World Series and the Dodgers and Cubs tying their series, you might have missed what else is going on in sports.

Tunneling to begin on downtown Regional Connector rail line

The connector, set to open in 2021, will eliminate the need for many rail transfers, shortening travel time by about 20 minutes through downtown.

Getting the earthquake safety message to Spanish speakers

For foreign-born Latinos, their first instinct might to flee buildings during an earthquake. But in California, that can put them in more danger.

How will Measure M impact low-income communities?

A panel of experts discussed the Los Angeles County measure to fund transportation projects. One issue: will the poor be impacted disproportionately?

Inglewood has a police oversight commission, but some argue it lacks power

Critics point out that the commission didn't even meet in the seven months between October 2015 and May 2016.

Fire danger blows back into Southern California

The National Weather Service has issued red flag warnings and watches from Tuesday through Thursday for several counties — especially the mountains, valleys and coastline.

How the military helps vets return to civilian life

The Pentagon only started offering transition help in 1991, and it was a weak program. It's much stronger today, after Congress revamped it in 2011.

Angels balk at mega-development near stadium

The team says it might sue if Anaheim officials push ahead with plans for a 30-story condo tower, a hotel and retail and office space.

LA commuters face Expo Line delays after pedestrian death

Rail service was suspended between the Crenshaw and Western stations starting at about 11 a.m., a Metro spokesman told KPCC.

Rain brings slick roads, power outages for LA residents

The first storm of the season may be to blame as about 17,000 customers were left without power Monday morning, according to the L.A. Department of Water and Power.

Coachella Valley to LA train up for discussion again

Riverside County officials are seeking the public's comments on a revived proposal to develop train service between Indio and Union Station.

LAPD chief has a pastrami sandwich riding on the Dodgers

L.A. police Chief Charlie Beck bet Chicago's police superintendent a sandwich from Langer's deli that the Dodgers would beat the Cubs. Norm Langer explains why.

How LA is replenishing Elysian Park's tree canopy

More than 200 volunteers joined members of the LA Conservation Corps and city staff Saturday as part of a project to replenish the park's tree canopy, which has withered under drought and die-off.

Fred Slaughter, who led UCLA to 1st NCAA hoops title, dies

Slaughter was the Bruins' starting center from 1962-64 and played during the school's first undefeated season, which culminated in the first of coach John Wooden's record 10 NCAA titles.