One Day Left to Apply for LA's Rent Relief Program
LA's $235.5-million rent-relief program ends Friday. It's been an effort to keep city residents housed and allow landlords to pay their bills after a challenging year of so much loss. So ... how much will it help? And is there any more money left to apply for?
- Jeffrey Uno, managing attorney at the Legal Foundation of Los Angeles, who oversees LAFLA's eviction defense center.
Report: Tough Workplace Conditions for Low Wage Workers During Pandemic
Low-wage Asian and Latino workers in California lack COVID-19 protections and information, and fear retaliation from customers and employers. That’s according to a recent study that surveyed more than 600 low-wage workers across the state.
- Alejandra Domenzain, co-author of the study and program coordinator at the Labor Occupational Health Program at U.C. Berkeley.
LA Heads Into Yellow Tier - Should we Be Worried?
LA County now qualifies to enter the least restrictive Yellow Tier, but what does that mean exactly? And how should we understand the new mask guidance from the Centers for Disease Control. So how is this all going to work?
- Dr. Robert Kim-Farley at UCLA's Fielding School of Public Health.
Sheriff Alex Villanueva Has A New Challenger For His Job
Sheriff Alex Villanueva has some competition. Chief Eliezer Vera - a senior official in the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department - announced he will run against him in next year’s election. So who is Vera?
- KPCC’s Public Safety Correspondent Frank Stoltze
Disneyland Reopens Gates
After closing for over a year, Disneyland is finally reopening its gates to visitors. What can we expect?
- Mike Roe, Arts and Entertainment Reporter for LAist