On today's show, we'll talk about a new L.A. County grant program intended to help restaurants that have seen their business plummet due to the pandemic; Details on a new citizenship test for immigrants coming to the United States; And a deadline extension for applications to U.C. schools after technical glitches crippled the online system over the weekend.
On today's show, we'll talk to frontline workers who say they're overwhelmed as infections continue to surge to record levels; And What comes next for activists occupying government-owned homes that have been vacant for decades; Plus the latest on the L.A. County Coroner's inquest into the death of Andres Guardado, the 18-year-old shot by sheriff's deputies in June.
On today's show: the Santa Ana winds are back...we'll talk about what to watch out for as the annual strong winds combine with bone dry conditions. Then, John Horn previews a Thanksgiving weekend without its usual big holiday movie releases; And we'll give you some tips on writing the dreaded college application essay.
On today's show: the latest on the outdoor dining ban. It’s getting major pushback from those who say the restrictions go too far. Plus, details on a sweeping plan to reimagine the juvenile justice system. Then...the Board of Supes is out and citizens are in when it comes to deciding how voting districts are drawn – we'll talk about a new redistricting commission that will handle the task. And we check in with residents of Venice, one of the epicenters of homelessness in L.A. County.
On today's show, with coronavirus infections way up, more restaurant restrictions are coming...we'll tell you what to expect; More on LAUSD's plan to distribute Thanksgiving meals to hungry families; Checking in on the historic cabins that were damaged by fires in Angeles National Forest, and one of L.A.'s own may be headed to Joe Biden's cabinet...Libby Denkmann will tell you who.
On today's show, how the pandemic is impacting enrollment at local universities; Then, we'll talk to local artist about his experience with lingering health issues months after he recovered from his bout with coronavirus; Why nearly three-quarters-of-a-million Californians may be about to lose their unemployment benefits; And a rare inquest involving the killing of an 18 year old man by sheriff's deputies in June.