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Protests In LA Day 6: Floyd's Memory 'Deserves A Better Los Angeles... A Better World'

Protests In LA Day 6: Floyd's Memory 'Deserves A Better Los Angeles... A Better World'

Protests continue for a sixth night around Southern California as people take to the streets to express their anger over the killing of George Floyd.

Black And Tired In This American Newsroom

Black And Tired In This American Newsroom

Today, I carry on and do the most that anybody can do during this time: try to create something that heals the world, even if true change is something that I may never see.

LA Civil Rights Leader On Police Brutality, Protests: We're In The Last Battles Of The Civil War

LA Civil Rights Leader On Police Brutality, Protests: We're In The Last Battles Of The Civil War

An interview with Civil Rights lawyer Connie Rice on the legacy of the 1965 Watts Rebellion, the real, longest American war, and what we already know about how to stop police killings of black men.

Flying This Summer? Expect Temperature-Taking, Masks And Less Space At The Bar

Flying This Summer? Expect Temperature-Taking, Masks And Less Space At The Bar

LAX might start taking passengers' temperatures this summer, part of a series of COVID-19 changes as the airport rebounds from its worst-ever slump in traffic.

KPCC/LAist Reporters Tear-Gassed, Shot With Rubber Bullet

KPCC/LAist Reporters Tear-Gassed, Shot With Rubber Bullet

Our reporter Adolfo Guzman-Lopez said he had just finished interviewing a kneeling protester when he felt something strike his throat. 'It just doesn't square up with, you know, what is the policy towards using rubber bullets.'

PHOTOS: Protests Against Police Brutality Continue Sunday Across LA

PHOTOS: Protests Against Police Brutality Continue Sunday Across LA

Photos from our reporters in Long Beach, Santa Monica and L.A.

LA Protests Over Death Of George Floyd Stretch Into 5th Day

LA Protests Over Death Of George Floyd Stretch Into 5th Day

Demonstrators have converged at 3rd Street Promenade and have begun marching in downtown L.A.

Following Chaotic Night In LA, Strangers Come Together To Start The Cleanup

Following Chaotic Night In LA, Strangers Come Together To Start The Cleanup

Store owners were helped in cleanup efforts by local good Samaritans Sunday after some were looted and vandalized the night before.

Black Lives Matter-LA Leader Explains 'Very Deliberate' Choice To Demonstrate In Upscale Neighborhoods

Black Lives Matter-LA Leader Explains 'Very Deliberate' Choice To Demonstrate In Upscale Neighborhoods

Melina Abdullah of Black Lives Matter-L.A. says demonstrations are meant to push for an end to police killings and pushing city spending away from police toward more safety net programs.

These Recent Events Are A LOT -- Tell Us Your Story Or Ask A Question

These Recent Events Are A LOT -- Tell Us Your Story Or Ask A Question

The latest events bring up a wide range of emotions and reactions to this country's tumultuous and troubled history with race and policing

LA Councilman Mike Bonin: 'We Need To Pay Attention To The Violence Of Systemic Racism'

LA Councilman Mike Bonin: 'We Need To Pay Attention To The Violence Of Systemic Racism'

He tells us: 'Almost all of the people who were out on the streets yesterday -- and I know many of them were there peacefully and peaceably -- did absolutely nothing wrong.'

'Righteous Anger.' LA Weighs In On Another Day Of Protests

'Righteous Anger.' LA Weighs In On Another Day Of Protests

"We're tired. I'm tired of the hashtag 'rest in power, this person's son,' 'rest in power, this person's daughter. We want to live in power."

PHOTOS: Weekend Protests Start Peacefully; Intensify With Police Presence

PHOTOS: Weekend Protests Start Peacefully; Intensify With Police Presence

A collection of images from the weekend, in chronological order.

Anger Over Historic Police Brutality Boils Over In Los Angeles In Saturday's George Floyd Protests

Anger Over Historic Police Brutality Boils Over In Los Angeles In Saturday's George Floyd Protests

Los Angeles is heading into a fourth day of planned protests over police brutality

Violence Erupts Throughout Downtown LA Friday Night; 500 Arrested

Violence Erupts Throughout Downtown LA Friday Night; 500 Arrested

Police worked early Saturday morning to disperse crowds in downtown Los Angeles as multiple businesses were looted following demonstrations against police brutality spurred by the in-custody death of George Floyd in Minneapolis earlier in the week.

'The World Is Messed Up:' One LA Neighborhood Reflects On George Floyd's Death, The Pandemic, And Pain

'The World Is Messed Up:' One LA Neighborhood Reflects On George Floyd's Death, The Pandemic, And Pain

In much of Los Angeles, anger over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis comes on top of more pain and anxiety -- including from the pandemic, which has hit some communities harder than others.

How LA Is Reckoning With The George Floyd Protests

How LA Is Reckoning With The George Floyd Protests

The death of George Floyd in Minneapolis has resonated across the country, once again sparking protests and riots. Angelenos share their thoughts about what made this one in particular strike a nerve.

Mis Ángeles: George Floyd Should Be Home With His Family Right Now

Mis Ángeles: George Floyd Should Be Home With His Family Right Now

It's apparent to me that Derek Chauvin would not have faced justice had protests in Minneapolis and across the country forced Chauvin's arrest four whole days later. It's not right and you know it. God, I hope you know it. 

LA Metro Projects Ridership Could Take 2 Years To Return To Pre-Pandemic Levels

LA Metro Projects Ridership Could Take 2 Years To Return To Pre-Pandemic Levels

Metro's leaders outlined which projects will move forward and which are being delayed as the agency works to weather an estimated $1.8 billion shortfall.

'Why Do We Always Get Hit First?' Proposed Budget Cuts Target Vulnerable Californians

'Why Do We Always Get Hit First?' Proposed Budget Cuts Target Vulnerable Californians

Safety-net health care programs that keep low-income Californians out of nursing homes are on the chopping block as Gov. Gavin Newsom and state lawmakers attempt to plug a massive budget deficit caused by the COVID-19 emergency.

LA Diary: This Dance Major Watched Graduation On The Couch, But She's Staying On Her Toes

LA Diary: This Dance Major Watched Graduation On The Couch, But She's Staying On Her Toes

It was a couch commencement for this community college grad, and a time to honor those who helped her get to this moment.

George Floyd's Death Is One Of Many Reasons Activists Are Pushing For A 'People's Budget' In LA

George Floyd's Death Is One Of Many Reasons Activists Are Pushing For A 'People's Budget' In LA

A coalition of community groups and activists is pushing to cut funding for LAPD in favor of spending on social workers, housing, public transportation, health care and other services.

State Guidelines To Reopen Your Gym Are A Week Or So Away

State Guidelines To Reopen Your Gym Are A Week Or So Away

A fitness industry group has drafted what it hopes California will adopt as guidelines for reopening gyms and health clubs.

Will Corporate Landlords Gobble Up Homes During Downturn? California Politicians Are Concerned

Will Corporate Landlords Gobble Up Homes During Downturn? California Politicians Are Concerned

California politicians are worried Wall Street will swoop in and buy up single-family housing -- in a repeat of the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis.

Giving Birth In A Pandemic Can Be Isolating. It Doesn't Have To Be

Giving Birth In A Pandemic Can Be Isolating. It Doesn't Have To Be

Delivery rooms are becoming less crowded. Here's how one family found support for birth in the midst of the pandemic.

PHOTOS: LA Protestors Rally Against Death of George Floyd

PHOTOS: LA Protestors Rally Against Death of George Floyd

Black Lives Matter protestors took to the streets to protest the death of George Floyd, a black man who was killed by a police officer in Minneapolis.

LA Retailers Can Now Reopen, But Business Is Slow And Many Are Still Closed

LA Retailers Can Now Reopen, But Business Is Slow And Many Are Still Closed

"It's not going to go back to normal anytime soon," said one Pasadena store owner. "But we're just excited to be back."

'We're Running Out Of Time': California Lawmakers Lead Effort To Extend Census Deadlines

'We're Running Out Of Time': California Lawmakers Lead Effort To Extend Census Deadlines

One California congressman says: 'If we don't get our act together, the states are going to have some serious problems moving forward.'

What Could Schools Look Like When They Reopen? Here's What LA County Education Officials Say

What Could Schools Look Like When They Reopen? Here's What LA County Education Officials Say

Less sharing, smaller classes, way more handwashing, and masks for everyone.

Your No-Panic Guide To Mental Health Help During The Pandemic

Your No-Panic Guide To Mental Health Help During The Pandemic

Experts worry we're headed for a 'mental health pandemic,' so we put together a guide to mental health resources in L.A.

A 'Criminal Organization' At City Hall: Former Top Aide To Jose Huizar Agrees To Plead Guilty

A 'Criminal Organization' At City Hall: Former Top Aide To Jose Huizar Agrees To Plead Guilty

The FBI says George Esparza helped facilitate a pay-to-play scheme where city officials would trade political help for cash and trips.

Broader Coronavirus Testing In Recent Deaths Sought

Broader Coronavirus Testing In Recent Deaths Sought

L.A. County Supervisors want the Coroner's office to come up with a plan to help families better understand the cause of their loved one's death.

How To Hide a COVID-19 Hotspot? Pretend Prisoners Don't Exist

How To Hide a COVID-19 Hotspot? Pretend Prisoners Don't Exist

Prisons across the country are hotspots for the coronavirus. But in California, prison outbreaks won't stop communities from reopening.

WATCH: SpaceX And NASA's Historic Launch Day Is Here

WATCH: SpaceX And NASA's Historic Launch Day Is Here

SpaceX is attempting to launch a human crew into orbit, a decade after the retirement of the space shuttle program.

Coronavirus Took Mom, Grandpa, And Grandma: How The Pandemic Has Devastated One LA Nurse's Family 

Coronavirus Took Mom, Grandpa, And Grandma: How The Pandemic Has Devastated One LA Nurse's Family 

Nurse Arlene Aquino died from COVID-19 Sunday. Her father died from the virus a few days earlier, and her mother is clinging to life. Her two kids could find themselves on their own.

House-Bound RV Owners Loan Their Idle Vehicles To Frontline Workers In Need

House-Bound RV Owners Loan Their Idle Vehicles To Frontline Workers In Need

"I really wanted to do something," says Debra Elliott, "so as I was searching around internet and Facebook opportunities to help contribute to the cause, I came across RVs4MDs."

Number Of Farmer John Coronavirus Cases Continues To Grow

Number Of Farmer John Coronavirus Cases Continues To Grow

The number of reported cases reported has grown by dozens over the past few weeks. Workers claim they've been getting

More Than Two-Thirds Of The Military Supports Transgender Servicemembers, Study Finds

More Than Two-Thirds Of The Military Supports Transgender Servicemembers, Study Finds

The UCLA study shows broad support among servicemembers for transgender people in the military. But the military still bans transgender people from enlisting.

LA's Memorial Day Social Distancing Scorecard: B+

LA's Memorial Day Social Distancing Scorecard: B+

So many people flooded Eaton Canyon Sunday, some jumping over fences, that officials closed the area at noon. But in other places, officials say we did a good job adhering to social distancing guidelines.

It's Summer: But Is It Safe To Swim In Public Pools?

It's Summer: But Is It Safe To Swim In Public Pools?

It's not the water, it's the people.

Ramen & Rice, But Definitely Not Refried Beans: What It Takes To Build A Food Pantry For Asians

Ramen & Rice, But Definitely Not Refried Beans: What It Takes To Build A Food Pantry For Asians

In Orange County, a group of Asian non-profits have joined forces to get culturally-appropriate food to the needy in their communities. 

One Doctor Calls The Public Restroom A 'Bio Weapons Factory.' You're In Good Company If You Are Afraid

One Doctor Calls The Public Restroom A 'Bio Weapons Factory.' You're In Good Company If You Are Afraid

Why some people are finding an alternative if they can't make it home when they need to go.

The Tourists Are Missing, But Venice Beach Is Still A Draw

The Tourists Are Missing, But Venice Beach Is Still A Draw

Thousands Come To Venice Beach To Take In the Beach Air, Many Without Masks

Hollywood Executive Charged With Fraud For Misusing Federal Paycheck Protection Program

Hollywood Executive Charged With Fraud For Misusing Federal Paycheck Protection Program

The former head of Aviron Pictures allegedly misused Paycheck Protection Program funds for personal expenses, including credit card and car loan bills.

Why LA County's Unemployment Rate Is So Much Higher Than Most Of California's

Why LA County's Unemployment Rate Is So Much Higher Than Most Of California's

"This is unprecedented," said one local economist.

'Bloody Noses, Burning Eyes': Advocates File Complaint Over Chemical Disinfectant Use At Adelanto Detention Center

'Bloody Noses, Burning Eyes': Advocates File Complaint Over Chemical Disinfectant Use At Adelanto Detention Center

The facility currently holds about 1,100 detained immigrants, including asylum seekers and people who are fighting deportation.

Screen Time Fun Time: Tips And Tricks For Elevating What Your Kids Are Watching During Quarantine

Screen Time Fun Time: Tips And Tricks For Elevating What Your Kids Are Watching During Quarantine

As part of an on-going series about parenting in a pandemic, we had  a couple of experts weigh in on how to think - and what to do - about screen time.

The Smallest City In LA Has Lost Its Volcano, Its Casino, And Most Of Its Money

The Smallest City In LA Has Lost Its Volcano, Its Casino, And Most Of Its Money

The shutdown of The Gardens Casino is costing its host city $1 million a month. The loss will force cancellation of many services to this predominantly low-income area.

Coronavirus-Related Census Delays Could Affect California's 2022 Primary Election

Coronavirus-Related Census Delays Could Affect California's 2022 Primary Election

If 2020 census data is released too late, the state redistricting commission might not have enough time to redraw voting district boundaries.

Mis Ángeles: What A Day Laborer's Death Taught Me About Hard Work And Joy

Mis Ángeles: What A Day Laborer's Death Taught Me About Hard Work And Joy

I didn't want to write an obituary, especially one about someone who could have easily been my cousin.

LA's Slow Streets Program Is Picking Up Speed (Despite Some Attacks On Signs)

LA's Slow Streets Program Is Picking Up Speed (Despite Some Attacks On Signs)

The city has received more than 175 applications from residents and community groups that want to join the safety initiative.

Census Response Rates In Wealthy West LA Areas Are Weirdly Low -- And No One Knows Why

Census Response Rates In Wealthy West LA Areas Are Weirdly Low -- And No One Knows Why

The region was expected to be very responsive to the census, with fewer language barriers and better internet access than other places in L.A.

In 'Incredible Step' UC Regents Suspend SAT And ACT Admissions Requirement  -- Possibly Forever

In 'Incredible Step' UC Regents Suspend SAT And ACT Admissions Requirement -- Possibly Forever

The vote by the UC Regents to suspend the tests was unanimous.

Charter Schools Are Still Getting Public Funding. So Why Are They Applying For PPP Loans?

Charter Schools Are Still Getting Public Funding. So Why Are They Applying For PPP Loans?

[UPDATED] At least four L.A. charter schools -- publicly-funded, but operated by nonprofits, not school districts -- have received PPP funds.

Remembering LA's Coronavirus Victims: Gaspar Gomez, 51, Of Pacoima

Remembering LA's Coronavirus Victims: Gaspar Gomez, 51, Of Pacoima

Gaspar Gomez was a father, an immigrant and one of the first known day laborers to die of COVID-19 in L.A. County.

'I Have Nothing': Desperation Deepens As Californians Wait For Unemployment Extensions

'I Have Nothing': Desperation Deepens As Californians Wait For Unemployment Extensions

On May 27, California will begin processing extensions for those who've run out of unemployment benefits.

The Striking Racial Divide in How COVID-19 Has Hit Nursing Homes

The Striking Racial Divide in How COVID-19 Has Hit Nursing Homes

Homes with a significant number of black and Latino residents have been twice as likely to be hit by the coronavirus as those where the population is overwhelmingly white.

LA's Nursing Homes Serving Black And Brown Patients Are Hardest Hit By Coronavirus. What's Going On?

LA's Nursing Homes Serving Black And Brown Patients Are Hardest Hit By Coronavirus. What's Going On?

More than half of all reported COVID-19 deaths in L.A. County have been among residents and staff of what local public health officials call "residential congregate settings," mostly nursing homes.

Different Sheriffs, Different Attitudes Towards Releasing Some Inmates Early

Different Sheriffs, Different Attitudes Towards Releasing Some Inmates Early

The sheriffs in L.A. and OC agreed releasing some inmates early is a good way to fight COVID-19. The sheriffs in Riverside and San Bernardino refused.

'Horrific': LA City Council Gets An Earful About Mayor Garcetti's Pared-Down Proposed Budget

'Horrific': LA City Council Gets An Earful About Mayor Garcetti's Pared-Down Proposed Budget

Mayor Garcetti's proposed budget for the coming year includes millions in cuts to city programs and partial furloughs for employees. Critics of the budget proposal say the city needs "#CareNotCops."

Lights, Camera... But No Action? LA Film Production Still Stalled

Lights, Camera... But No Action? LA Film Production Still Stalled

Gov. Gavin Newsom says the state will introduce guidelines for resuming filming on Monday, but Los Angeles may still have to wait.

LA Officials Submit Plans For Relocation Of Homeless Away From Freeways

LA Officials Submit Plans For Relocation Of Homeless Away From Freeways

What does a court order to clear out homeless camps from under freeways actually mean?

LA's Seeing An Uptick In At-Home Deaths Among Asians

LA's Seeing An Uptick In At-Home Deaths Among Asians

An LAist analysis of recent coroner data reveals some surprising numbers about Asian at-home deaths during the pandemic.

Sheriff Villanueva Says Oversight Panel Can't Subpoena Him, Refuses to Testify

Sheriff Villanueva Says Oversight Panel Can't Subpoena Him, Refuses to Testify

The sheriff says Measure R, the voter-approved measure that gave the panel subpoena power, violates the state constitution.

'Where There Is Smoke, There Is Fire': LA Leaders Weigh In (Or Don't) On Huizar's Future At City Hall

'Where There Is Smoke, There Is Fire': LA Leaders Weigh In (Or Don't) On Huizar's Future At City Hall

Here's a roundup of what fellow city council members, Mayor Eric Garcetti and other L.A. leaders have said about the corruption scandal -- and Council member Jose Huizar's possible role in it.

Your No-Panic Guide To LA Life, And The New (And Changing) Coronavirus Rules

Your No-Panic Guide To LA Life, And The New (And Changing) Coronavirus Rules

We're committed to being your long-term guide to the new normal in Los Angeles and Southern California.

The Coronavirus Has Torn Through Terminal Island Prison. Families Want Answers.

The Coronavirus Has Torn Through Terminal Island Prison. Families Want Answers.

Terminal Island is overcrowded and has lots of inmates who need medical care. But families and a lawsuit say prison officials have made things worse.

Immigrants Seeking State Cash Aid During COVID-19 Crisis Jam Phone Lines

Immigrants Seeking State Cash Aid During COVID-19 Crisis Jam Phone Lines

One local organization helping people apply for a new state fund said it had to add another phone line to accommodate all the calls.

Covina-Valley Schools Superintendent Is Under Police Investigation For Alleged Misconduct Involving Students

Covina-Valley Schools Superintendent Is Under Police Investigation For Alleged Misconduct Involving Students

The misconduct allegations against Covina-Valley USD Superintendent Richard Sheehan involved three current and former students, police say.

LAUSD Warns Budget Cuts Plus Coronavirus Might Make Reopening Campuses Hard

LAUSD Warns Budget Cuts Plus Coronavirus Might Make Reopening Campuses Hard

"We cannot...risk the health and safety of our students and staff by returning to the classroom prematurely," a top official warned.

The Big Winners From LAUSD's Emergency Coronavirus Spending: Tech Companies

The Big Winners From LAUSD's Emergency Coronavirus Spending: Tech Companies

Apple got $37.7 million from LAUSD for iPads, one of dozens of deals done to respond to the crisis.

Your No-Panic Guide To LA Life, And The New (And Changing) Coronavirus Rules

Your No-Panic Guide To LA Life, And The New (And Changing) Coronavirus Rules

We're committed to being your long-term guide to the new normal in Los Angeles and Southern California.

These Private SoCal Colleges Are Trying To Figure Out How To Reopen Their Campuses In The Fall

These Private SoCal Colleges Are Trying To Figure Out How To Reopen Their Campuses In The Fall

Unlike California's big public universities and community colleges, these private colleges say their small size allows them to go back to campus in the fall.

Lottery Sales Crater During Pandemic

Lottery Sales Crater During Pandemic

The California Lottery's sales have plunged amid the coronavirus pandemic.

ATF Arson And Explosive Investigators Join Inquiry Into Massive Downtown LA Fire That Injured 12 Firefighters

ATF Arson And Explosive Investigators Join Inquiry Into Massive Downtown LA Fire That Injured 12 Firefighters

Firefighters gather on San Pedro Street after a fire in a single-story commercial building sparked an explosion in the Toy District of downtown Los Angeles on Saturday. (Apu Gomes/AFP via Getty Images) Federal investigators are now looking into an...

Coronavirus Parenthood: The Stress Level Is High, Glitter Glue Is Everywhere

Coronavirus Parenthood: The Stress Level Is High, Glitter Glue Is Everywhere

A Diary of LA in the time of coronavirus from a single mom in Hawthorne.

Fear Of Shaming. The Need To Make A Living: Inside the Clandestine World of LA's Underground Haircuts

Fear Of Shaming. The Need To Make A Living: Inside the Clandestine World of LA's Underground Haircuts

Let's face it, we all need a haircut. But what are you willing to risk to get one?

Timeline: Follow The FBI's Sweeping LA City Hall Corruption Investigation Through The Years

Timeline: Follow The FBI's Sweeping LA City Hall Corruption Investigation Through The Years

The full scope of the FBI investigation into pay-to-play schemes at city hall is still a mystery, but here's what we know.

California's Undocumented Immigrants Can Now Apply For Financial Help

California's Undocumented Immigrants Can Now Apply For Financial Help

Applications are approved on a first-come, first-served basis until the $75 million in state funding runs out.

LAUSD Leader: Budget Cuts 'Just As Real A Threat' To K-12 Students As The Coronavirus

LAUSD Leader: Budget Cuts 'Just As Real A Threat' To K-12 Students As The Coronavirus

'Cuts to funding at schools will forever impact the lives of children,' Supt. Austin Beutner said.

LA Fire May Seek Help From Feds In Investigation Of Massive Fire That Injured 12 Firefighters

LA Fire May Seek Help From Feds In Investigation Of Massive Fire That Injured 12 Firefighters

The good news, as L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti said at a news conference late Saturday: 'Everybody's going to make it.'

PHOTOS: Here's What LA's Reopened Beaches Looked Liked Last Week

PHOTOS: Here's What LA's Reopened Beaches Looked Liked Last Week

Were people following the rules? Sort of.

In Her Own Words: Lynn Shelton, Indie Filmmaker Who Loved Improvisation And Actors, Dies At 54

In Her Own Words: Lynn Shelton, Indie Filmmaker Who Loved Improvisation And Actors, Dies At 54

In a pair of interviews she gave to KPCC's The Frame, Shelton talked about being a late bloomer and a nurturing presence on sets. 

LA's 'Slow Streets' Will Limit Traffic To Promote Social Distancing. All Neighborhoods Can Apply

LA's 'Slow Streets' Will Limit Traffic To Promote Social Distancing. All Neighborhoods Can Apply

Slow Streets places signs and temporary barricades on residential streets -- but doesn't completely close them off to vehicles.

Homeless LA Residents Are Ordered To Be Moved From Under Freeways

Homeless LA Residents Are Ordered To Be Moved From Under Freeways

The landmark order comes from Judge David O. Carter, who asked for any removal to be "humane".

Mis Ángeles: Existential Dread For DACA Recipients Working On The Pandemic's Frontlines

Mis Ángeles: Existential Dread For DACA Recipients Working On The Pandemic's Frontlines

For DACA holders working essential jobs in the age of coronavirus, the existential dread is doubled by a looming Supreme Court decision.  

For LA's Essential Workers, The Housing Crisis Has Become A Health Crisis

For LA's Essential Workers, The Housing Crisis Has Become A Health Crisis

Essential workers who risk their health on the job are more likely to live in overcrowded housing -- putting their family members at risk, too.

Another Coronavirus Casualty? Here's A Closer Look At The Revised Budget's Impact On California Health Care

Another Coronavirus Casualty? Here's A Closer Look At The Revised Budget's Impact On California Health Care

Gov. Gavin Newsom revealed his new state budget plan Thursday, and his expansive health care agenda is no longer possible due to the pandemic.

Newsom's Proposed School Budget Cuts Could've Been Worse, But They're Still In 'Great Recession' Territory

Newsom's Proposed School Budget Cuts Could've Been Worse, But They're Still In 'Great Recession' Territory

The governor's proposal would cut education funding by roughly 10%. At the outset of the Great Recession, education saw roughly 13% drops in funding.

Ayúdenos A Contar Las Historias Personales De Esta Pandemia

Ayúdenos A Contar Las Historias Personales De Esta Pandemia

Estamos viviendo tiempos históricos. Ayúdenos a capturar este momento compartiendo su propia historia.

Coronavirus Is Hitting Long Beach's Cambodian Community. But How Hard?

Coronavirus Is Hitting Long Beach's Cambodian Community. But How Hard?

In Long Beach, Cambodian American leaders say they want to see COVID-19 data broken down by ethnicity. The city indicates it's moving that direction. 

Disaster Prep Gets A Boost In Newsom's Revised Budget

Disaster Prep Gets A Boost In Newsom's Revised Budget

Wildfire prep gets a lot of cash while a climate change program takes a hit in the revised budget.

We Have Some Tips For Students Taking The Always Stressful AP Exams Remotely

We Have Some Tips For Students Taking The Always Stressful AP Exams Remotely

The challenges include alleged cheating rings and technical difficulties submitting answers online.

State Audit Says Cal State University Hasn't Justified Ballooning Student Fees

State Audit Says Cal State University Hasn't Justified Ballooning Student Fees

The report finds that mandatory fees, which have increased sharply, have not been adequately justified.

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