The City of L.A. has a new plan for fixing its sidewalks, and it shifts future maintenance to homeowners and businesses. What’s the idea behind this? Then, a new Reuters investigation says that many foreign students bound for college in the U.S. are cheating on the SATs. In our series on peacemakers of South L.A., reporter David Weinberg profiles a mother turned activist. And finally, the comedy duo known as the Sklar Brothers gives us a sports news roundup.
A New Plan to Fix Old Sidewalks, and Peacekeepers in South LA
From this Episode:
A New Plan for Fixing LA’s Broken Sidewalks
“Nobody walks in L.A.” is a truism immortalized in song. The big reason for this, of course, is L.A’.s car culture. Another? Our city’s sidewalks are terrible. So bad, in...
How Are Foreign Students Cheating on the SAT?
It was nervous time for thousands of American high school seniors when they sat down to take the SAT on March 5th. Their scores will impact where they go to college. But it...
'Peacemakers' 3: The Activist
Violent crime is up 20 percent across Los Angeles, but South L.A. has seen the most of it. All this week we've been bringing you profiles of people who are trying to stop...