- Newsmaker: On the 27th day of the drivers' strike, the MTA says it's made it's "last, best offer" to get buses and trains back running. If the union doesn't accept the offer today, negotiators are threatening to mail it straight to the membership, then hire replacement drivers. How does that sound on the picket lines?
- Reporter's Notebook: Today's edition of the Spanish-language paper La Opinion says that the MTA strike has cost the city of Huntington Park big money. One city councilwoman wants to take the matter to court. We talked with Rosario Marin, former Mayor, now city council member of Huntington Park.