We look at the status of the Real IDs that have so far been issued in California ahead of the 2020 deadline. Plus, we preview the new laws that will affect the state's motorists starting January first. And, how the Los Angeles Lakers are picking up the pace to win.
While we coast to the end of the year, the nation's economy has hit some turbulent waves. Wall Street has slingshot up and down in the past week. We take a look at what this means for the personal finances of people in Southern California.
- Gabriel Wisdom, managing director for American Money Management.
Real IDs update
By 2020, Californians must get new drivers licenses from the DMV to use when flying. But federal officials say that the more than 2 million already issued do not follow guidelines.
- Sophia Bollag, Sacramento Bee reporter
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Los Angeles Lakers are picking up the pace
If you've watched the Lakers this year, you've seen some impressive highlights. What you might not have noticed is that they are playing at a blisteringly fast pace, and that may be one key to their strong start this year.
- Aaron Mendelsohn, KPCC Data Reporter
New California motorist laws
A handful of new laws impacting California motorists will take effect on January 1, 2019. We have a preview.
- Sue Carpenter, KPCC
Desmond's, the former six-story clothing store, is on its way to re-open. With huge windows and 1920s style architecture, this L.A. gem will retain some of its original luster along with some modern tweaks. So how do you take a piece of history and make it usable for today's working Angeleno?
- Sarah Cahill, project manager at the architecture firm Omgivning