- Newsmaker: Police Panel Meets to Review Pursuit Policies
Patrol-car pursuits by the LAPD are down to about 30 per month this year, which is half what they-ve been in the recent past. Last Saturday, on a busy street in downtown LA, two officers were following a stolen car when it hit a minivan, which hit a light post, which fell on a little girl. We talk with the Interim Chief of the LAPD about this tragedy and what it means.
- Reporter's Notebook: The History of Hollywood
In 1887, groves of bananas and pineapples were turned into a residential development, which became the City of Hollywood in 1903. In 1910, Hollywood was annexed by the City of LA, to assure a reliable water supply. We talk to the State Librarian about what Hollywood has meant to Los Angeles and the role it-s played in forming the California Dream.