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Hospitals and emergency rooms have been closing in LA County, and the San Fernando Valley’s Holy Cross Medical Center wants to expand. We’ll hear about battling neighborhood councils, union politics and health care. Also tonight: Orange County Sheriff Mike Corona is indicted on federal corruption charges—along with his wife and mistress.

Producers:
Karen Radziner
Dan Konecky

Making News Sheriff Carona Indicted on Public Corruption Charges 4 MIN, 59 SEC

A federal grand jury has indicted Orange County Sheriff Mike Corona on charges of public corruption along with his wife and a woman described as his “longtime mistress.”

Guests:
Peggy Lowe, KCUR (@peggyllowe)

Reporter's Notebook ICE Shuts Down San Pedro Immigration Detention Facility without Notice to Attorneys or Families 5 MIN, 33 SEC

US Immigration and Customs Enforcement still won't talk about 400 immigrants removed a week ago from a detention center on Terminal Island without notice to lawyers or family members.

Guests:
Niels Frenzen, Professor of Law, University of Southern California Law School

Main Topic Amid Many Closures, One Hospital Tries to Expand its Emergency Services 13 MIN, 16 SEC

Hospitals closings have led to a shortage of medical services in Los Angeles County. So why is there opposition to a hospital’s expansion plans in the San Fernando Valley?

Guests:
Kelly Kurcz, Nurse and director of emergency services at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center
Wayde Hunter, President of the North Valley Coalition of Concerned Citizens Inc.

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