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The L.A. Report
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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Episodes
  • The L.A. Report p.m. edition
    5:19
    5:19
    The L.A. Report: PM Edition for Tuesday, April 27
    What's happening today: As COVID case rates continue to drop, L.A. County is ready for the lowest reopening tier; CDC says you don't need a face mask outdoors if you are fully vaccinated; Middle and high school students return to LAUSD campuses this week; New assembly bill AB570 would enable children to extend insurance coverage to their parents.
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  • L.A. Report a.m. edition
    4:57
    4:57
    The L.A. Report for Tuesday, April 27
    Here's your morning news: Middle and high-schools in L.A. Unified begin inviting students back to campus this week. Sixth and ninth graders will be the first to return today; and ratings for Sunday night's Oscars ceremony, 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
    5:52
    5:52
    The L.A. Report: PM Edition for Monday, April 26
    What's happening today: California to lose a House representative after 2020 census; Experts recommend more than six feet of indoor separation; Last of LAUSD schools open campuses; Armenian-Americans commemorate genocide; A subdued 93rd Oscars with some historic wins. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.
  • L.A. Report a.m. edition
    4:36
    4:36
    The L.A. Report for Monday, April 26
    Here's your morning news: "Nomadland's'' Chloe Zhao became the first woman of color to win a Best Director Oscar last night at the 93rd Academy Awards. The L.A. Unified School Board has chosen an interim superintendent to replace Austin Beutner after he steps down this summer. The board offered the temporary job to Deputy Superintendent Megan Reilly, and more. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.
  • L.A. Report special report
    29:49
    29:49
    Special Report: Immediate Jeopardy in California Nursing Homes
    We want to share with you KPCC and LAist.com's newest investigation, Immediate Jeopardy. Reporters Elly Yu and Aaron Mendelson spent months looking into a chain of nursing homes operated by ReNew Health, and the neglect and abuse in these facilities that took place prior to -- and during -- the pandemic.
  • The L.A. Report p.m. edition
    5:23
    5:23
    The L.A. Report: PM Edition for Friday, April 23
    What's happening today: CDC advisory committee recommends resuming J & J vaccination; Gov. Newsom hopes to ban all fracking in state by 2024; How to teach climate justice; 93rd Oscars preview
  • L.A. Report a.m. edition
    4:15
    4:15
    The L.A. Report for Friday, April 23
    Here's your morning news: Routine childhood vaccinations decreased dramatically soon after the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, says a new study; Progressive lawmakers in California want to impose a wealth tax on the ultra-rich. But moderate Democrats don't like it, 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
    5:37
    5:37
    The L.A. Report: PM Edition for Thursday, April 22
    What's happening today: Migrant children arrive at Long Beach Convention Center; CA universities announce proposed vaccination requirements; Healthcare workers say they're burned out; CA has second-lowest COVID rate in U.S.; Live comedy is coming back. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.
  • L.A. Report a.m. edition
    5:28
    5:28
    The L.A. Report for Thursday, April 22
    Here's your morning news: Austin Beutner has decided to step down as superintendent of the L.A. Unified School District. He'll stay on until his contract expires at the end of June. This week, as part of Covering Climate Now, KPCC is profiling careers that can help us get to a greener future. Today, we spotlight a scientist who spends some of her workdays underwater. 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
    4:58
    4:58
    The L.A. Report: PM Edition for Wednesday, April 21
    What's happening today: LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner to step down; For Angelenos, Chauvin trial evokes memories of '92 riots; Details on Mayor Garcetti's proposed budget; Vaccination sites open again; Job training program will feed hungry residents 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
    5:25
    5:25
    The L.A. Report for Wednesday, April 21
    Here's your morning news: Faith leaders gathered with community members at Grand Park yesterday afternoon as news that former police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty in the murder of George Floyd made its way to Los Angeles. They shared their reactions with KPCC; LA, Orange and Ventura counties are seeing fewer new COVID-19 cases - but one number keeps them from moving down to fewer restrictions on the state's color-coded coronavirus reopening framework, 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
    5:24
    5:24
    The L.A. Report: PM Edition for Monday, April 19
    What's happening today: Jury begins deliberations at Derek Chauvin trial; Maxine Waters speaks out on killing of 20 year old Duante Wright by police in Minnesota; Mayor Eric Garcetti delivers state of city address tonight; Vaccines open to all residents over 16; A new survey says that many people want to keep working from home. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.
Credits
Host, A.M. Edition
Host, P.M. Edition
Fiona Ng
Managing Producer
Michael Cosentino
Senior Producer
Alex Gonzalez
Engineer
Shawn Campbell
Engineer
Thuy Mao
Engineer