- Making News: Supermarket Strike Negotiations Resume after 7-Week Hiatus
Last week, the supermarkets rejected binding arbitration with the United Food and Commercial Workers, who-ve been on strike for 4 months. Today, negotiations resumed. Nancy Cleeland, who has been covering the story for the LA Times, talks about the faltering strategy of the UFCW and the unwavering resolve of national grocery chains.
- Reporter's Notebook: Former Compton Mayor Convicted for Using City Credit Cards
The City of Compton-s former highest elected official used to call himself the -gangster mayor.- Tonight, Omar Bradley is sitting in jail, facing 5 years in prison for misusing $7500 in public funds. Erin Aubrey Kaplan, staff writer for the LA Weekly, looks at the man, the myth and his conviction for public misconduct.
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