LA County Sheriff's Department indictments throw Lee Baca's re-election into question. A judge rejects a high-density, transit-friendly plan for Hollywood. The trial of two former Fullerton officers in the beating death of Kelly Thomas gets underway. And DWP workers get a new contract. KCRW's Steve Chiotakis discusses these stories with Which Way, LA? host Warren Olney, as well as David Zahniser of the Los Angeles Times and Gillian Flaccus of the Associated Press.
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