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In today's Reporter Roundup, the team at @KPCC and @LAist (@robertgarrova, @eedugdale, @chavatweets1, @ellywyu & @adrienehill) discuss the latest confirmed cases of #COVID19 and a decision to remove LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva from the county emergency operations center pic.twitter.com/PBcWpK0zI2— PBS SoCal (KOCE) (@PBSSoCal) April 1, 2020
Happy Tuesday. I’m Adriene Hill, the managing editor here. Many of us have been home for a couple of weeks at this point. I hope you all are staying healthy and safe and in touch with family and friends. As Take Two reminded us today we need to be practicing “physical distancing” while we keep our social connections strong.
Each day we’re partnering with PBS SoCal on a daily reporter round-up--to review the headlines of the day and try to understand how COVID-19 is shaping life for each of us.
Today, PBS SoCal Chief Creative Officer Juan Devis and I talk with:
- Robert Garrova about the latest case numbers from LA County
- Elly Yu about what we’re hearing from frontline healthcare workers
- Emily Elena Dugdale about a move by LA County Supervisors to strip L.A. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva of his authority to head the county's emergency operations center
- And visual journalist Chava Sanchez on a quieter, emptier Los Angeles.
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Donald Trump was a fading TV presence when the WGA strike put a dent in network schedules.
Edward Bronstein died in March 2020 while officers were forcibly taking a blood sample after his detention.
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