Here Are The Stories We're Following Today, Feb. 18
Hope you enjoyed the long weekend! We know we did. Now, it’s back to the grind… and the news.
- Reporter Sharon McNary brings us the story of activists in Torrance who are fighting to prevent toxic chemicals from being used at the area's refinery.
- We explore the work of Rocio Navarro, a healing artist and L.A. native, who has developed a unique practice of water healing specifically for women and genderqueer people.
- Reporter Brianna Lee offers up voter guides for two of the LAUSD Board races in the March primary, which is shaping up to potentially be the most expensive LAUSD primary ever.
In Case You Missed It:
- Ben Carson, the U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, was in Long Beach to grant the L.A. County Development Authority $1.8 million to connect public housing residents with jobs.
- LAX released a new virtual reality model that offers a preview of its people mover.
- We examined who’s behind the pricey LAUSD race.
- Reporter Libby Denkmann asks: is anyone paying attention to the massive changes coming to voting in L.A.?
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The news cycle moves fast. Some stories don't pan out. Others get added. Consider this today's first draft.