Today, a grim coronavirus milestone approaches for L.A. County; Making sense of the pandemic job market; An update on the fight by a group of Chinatown residents to remain in their apartments; And the issues small cities face when big companies take over their aging water systems.
Today, a new report highlights disparities in the salaries of men and women who work for the city of LA; A motion aimed at cracking down on coronavirus parties; Discrepancies in the state testing system; and the story of a celebrity photographer who turned his camera toward regular people during the pandemic.
Today, the mayor of Compton speaks out against injustice by county sheriffs; LA supervisors deliberate over social services funding; Big losses mount for the Walt Disney Company; And why – if it isn’t obvious – large private parties are a really bad idea.
Today, LA City Councilman José Huizar pleads “not guilty” on corruption charges; Communities come together to clean up after recent protests; The latest on the Apple Fire now burning in Riverside County; and LAUSD and teachers agree on how to reopen schools.
Today, we investigate why LA charter schools have been taking out PPP loans; a vote on whether the University of California will face an $80 million budget cut; and separating truth from fiction on mail-in voting.