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The L.A. Report
The LA Report is your daily update on the top news stories in the L.A. region, brought to you by the reporters and editors of LAist and KPCC, LA's top NPR station.

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The LA Report is produced Monday through Friday. New episodes drop at 6:00am and 4:00pm PT. If you have any suggestions or feedback, or know something we should cover, email us.

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  • The L.A. Report
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    Mental Health Special: Yeah No, I'm Not OK by LAist Studios
    In this special Sunday edition: Diane Guerrero and Eric Andre talk about therapy, meditation and making sure that you put your mental health first. If you are having thoughts of suicide, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline in the United States at 1-800-273-8255 (TALK). You can find a list of additional resources at SpeakingOfSuicide.com/resources For more resources on addiction or to get help, please visit: https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline. More mental health support (via text) can be found at: https://www.crisistextline.org/ Subscribe to our newsletter to stay on top of new episodes with a note from Diane, recommendations from listeners and our team, and listener stories. Sign up at laist.com/newsletters Sponsors include: Better Help BetterHelp and YNINO listeners get 10% off their first month at BetterHelp.com/notok. Care/of For 50% off your first order go to TakeCareOf.com and enter code notok50 This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.
  • The L.A. Report p.m. edition
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    The P.M. Edition: COVID restrictions lifting but dangers remain; Health departments across state request more funding; Heatwave will test power grid; 15 more vaccine lottery winners announced
    What's happening today: COVID restrictions may be lifting, but dangers remain; County health departments across the state say they need more funding for staff; Approaching heatwave expected to test state's power grid; 15 more vaccine lottery winners announced
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  • The L.A. Report
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    The L.A. Report for Friday, June 11
    Here's your morning news: The Los Angeles Unified School District and its teacher's union have reached an agreement for a return to full-time, in-person instruction this fall; Months after a rainbow-painted lifeguard tower went up in flames, the city of Long Beach has unveiled its replacement. and more. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.
  • The L.A. Report p.m. edition
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    The P.M. Edition: COVID workplace rules; O.C. police officer charged in homeless beating; Appeal filed in assault weapon ruling
    What's happening today: Five days until COVID rules are lifted, but workplaces are still up in the air; Garden Grove police officer charged with beating two homeless men; Appeal filed in last week's assault weapon ruling; Federal court extends stay in L.A. homeless case.
  • The L.A. Report
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    The L.A. Report for Thursday, June 10
    Here's your morning news: The state's workplace safety agency has withdrawn a controversial rule about masks at work. Last night, Cal OSHA reversed course on a rule that would have required employees to stay masked at work unless everyone in the room was vaccinated; Venice is the latest battleground over how to tackle L.A.'s homelessness crisis, and the councilman who represents the area, Mike Bonin, is at odds with Sheriff Alex Villanueva, and more. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.
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  • The L.A. Report p.m. edition
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    The P.M. Edition: Missing Leimert Park girl; L.A. Dems seek Villanueva's resignation; COVID guidelines end Tuesday
    What's happening today: Missing Leimert Park 8-year old found safe; L.A. County Democratic Party calls for Sheriff Villanueva's resignation; COVID prevention guidelines to be dropped next Tuesday.
  • L.A. Report a.m. edition
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    The L.A. Report for Wednesday, June 9
    Here's your morning news: Napa County has reported its first death of a person who was fully vaccinated against COVID-19; The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has voted to collect more data on the effect of having sheriff's deputies on local school campuses, the board also voted to take back its authority to negotiate contracts for deputies' services at schools, and more.
  • The L.A. Report p.m. edition
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    The P.M. Edition: Couple charged in road rage killing; Vaccinations at Union Station; COVID testing guidelines updated
    What's happening today: Couple charged in road rage incident that killed a six year old boy; Vaccination site opens at Union Station; State health officials update testing guidance.
  • L.A. Report a.m. edition
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    The L.A. Report for Tuesday, June 8
    Here's your morning news: The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will vote on a motion today to explore options for fully eliminating rent debt for low-income residents; We've studied the moon, mars and passing asteroids, but now another close neighbor in our solar system is getting renewed attention, and more.
  • The L.A. Report p.m. edition
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    The P.M. Edition: Road rage couple due in court; CalOSHA office mask rules; Latest vaccination rates; Local casinos hiring
    What's happening today: Costa Mesa couple charged in road rage incident due in court Tuesday; CalOSHA issues mask rules for offices; Latest vaccination rates in L.A.; Local casinos looking to hire.