L.A. County Flu Shots
KPCC's Jackie Fortier fills us in on the latest as it relates to flu shots in and around LA.
Exide Bankruptcy Ruling
Now that the court has paved the way for Exide to abandon its old battery plant in Vernon, what's next? And how do we avoid another situation like this in California?
- Sean Hecht, UCLA Law Professor and Co-Executive Director of Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment.
The OC Update
We discuss the races for the tight Congressional districts in Orange County.
- Nick Gerda, reporter for the Voice of OC
American Homefront Project: Military Ballots
A lot of people are voting by mail for the first time. But military personnel have been doing it since the Civil War. This year, as troops fill out their ballots, some polls suggest their political preferences may be changing. From San Diego, Steve Walsh reports for the American Homefront Project.
COVID-19 Airport Dogs
There are a lot of cool things dogs can do. Some play fetch but others can detect bombs and some can even sniff out large sums of cash. For years K-9s have worked on the frontlines of public safety and security armed with their uniquely strong weapon....their sense of smell. Now a group of military researchers are trying to teach dogs some new tricks–– how to sniff out COVID 19. We talk about their groundbreaking research and what it could mean in this pandemic world.
- Jenna Gadberry and Dr. Patricia Buckley with the U.S. Army's Combat Capabilites Development Command Chemical Biological Center
Dodgers Advance in World Series
Dodgers advance - again - the World Series. Can they take it all the way or will old troubles hold them back?
- Molly Knight, author of The Best Team Money Can Buy: The Los Angeles Dodgers' Wild Struggle to Build a Baseball Powerhouse