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Archive for February 22nd, 2018
The president held another meeting on the subject of school safety after last week's after 17 people were killed last week in a shooting at a Florida high school.
Scot Peterson, the armed officer on duty at the Florida school where a shooter killed 17 people, was suspended and placed under investigation — but chose to resign.
NPR's senior management and board members faced skepticism as they sought to rebuild trust with the network's workforce. Some comments appear to have stoked fresh anger from staffers.
L.A. Unified says the proposed $173 million "modernization" for the Boyle Heights campus is long overdue. Some alumni worry the district is bulldozing history.
The city has paid out millions since 2011 for settlements or judgments involving allegations of sexual harassment and assault.
"Frankly, if I wanted to pull our people from California, you would have a crime nest like you've never seen," the President said.
The well casing was corroded deep underground. SoCal Gas made repairs to casings of at least 20 of its aging wells before returning them to service.
It was a reversal for Mendoza, who had earlier said he planned to defend himself Thursday on the Senate floor against sexual misconduct allegations.
Californians were hoping for a repeat of the spectacle that occurred during a Dec. 22 Falcon 9 launch during exceptionally clear twilight conditions, but this time the sky was much brighter, making the plume less brilliant.
The American women tied the score late in the game, forcing overtime against their archrival, Canada. Then it went to a penalty shootout.
There were no blog entries published on this date.
The actress and producer behind "I, Tonya" offers lessons in radical empathy and how Tonya Harding vs. Nancy Kerrigan was anything but black-and-white.
Beyond the big bucks the superhero film is raking in, those dollars were spent by a diverse audience — one rarely seen at the box office.
Last week’s shooting at a Florida high school reignited the debate over allowing teachers to arm themselves in the classroom.
The homeless crisis continues to grow in the Los Angeles suburbs despite political promises.
After months of high-profile accusations, the rape allegation of an Italian model against Harvey Weinstein might be the case that will bring him to trial.
YouTube has changed the world – with cat videos, double rainbows and ‘Despacito.’
Bike sharing, ride fares, policing tactics and more: updates on LA’s public transit from Metro CEO Phil Washington| February 22 2018, 9:35 AM
Phil Washington returns for his recurring visit with AirTalk to discuss the latest MTA news.
Last week, Orange County told a federal judge that it would provide motel rooms and other forms of shelter to those cleared out of the Santa Ana River camp.
The cold weather may be bad for crops, but it’s good for some businesses. We'll hear from this year's cold snap winners and losers.
The California Gold Rush treasure recovered from the SS Central America is now in Long Beach for a public display, thanks to the work of geologist Bob Evans.
One of Honda's oldest nameplates gets a high-tech makeover, including Apple CarPlay -- a first for a motorcycle.