On today's show: Wednesday is the start of a new era, as Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States. We're joined by a USC professor to discuss Biden's plans for immigration reform, and what they could mean for the state. Then, more on the new UK strain of COVID that's popping up in California and a dozen other states. Plus, even though we're well into the winter, wildfires remain a threat to the region. We'll explain why...
On today's show: The home of the world champion L.A. Dodgers is now one of several mass vaccination sites in L.A. County opening over the next several days – we'll talk about how workers are getting ready for the massive undertaking. Then, Disneyland also joins the effort to get people vaccinated – but the announcement comes with some disappointing news for fans of its annual passes.
On today's show: California is now vaccinating people 65 and over, but L.A. County says not so fast. We'll be joined by a doctor from the L.A. County Department of Public Health to provide some clarity. Then, more on the glitches that caused nearly a million and a half Californians to be locked out of the state's unemployment system over the holidays. Plus, L.A. law enforcement is on high alert due to potential unrest around the Presidential Inauguration – we'll tell you how they're preparing to respond.
On today's show: California expands vaccinations to residents 65 and over – we'll tell you what you need to know. Then, details on a tentative deal between the City of Los Angeles and labor unions that would put a pause on layoffs and furloughs. Plus: the latest on Gov. Newsom's proposal to budget a half-billion dollars for universal preschool.
On today's show, we'll talk to newly-elected city councilmember Kevin De Leon about his ambitious proposals to tackle homelessness. Then, the University of California announces their plans for a return to in-person learning; Plus, the latest on L.A. Unified's plan to cut millions from its police budget.
On today's show: Details on L.A.'s plan to convert Dodger Stadium to a mass vaccination site. Then, we'll talk about the findings of a new survey of tens of thousands of small businesses in the state. Plus: Incarcerated students may now be eligible for financial aid, but some advocates are concerned about the quality of education they may receive.