Mayoral hopeful Mike Feuer calls for humanity in tackling homelessness

LA City Attorney Mike Feuer appears at his home, March 30, 2022. “There's a real hunger in our community for leaders who have the attributes I described: who take responsibility, who act assertively, and are a force for good in our city. I've been those things and I'll be those things as mayor,” he says. Photo by Marcelle Hutchins/KCRW

LA mayoral candidate and City Attorney Mike Feuer talks about his plan to build affordable housing for people experiencing homelessness, and addresses allegations of corruption.

Senator Chuck Grassley is investigating sexual harassment allegations against LA Mayor Eric Garcetti’s former aide Rick Jacobs. It’s further delaying the mayor’s confirmation as ambassador to India.

Critics review new film releases: “Morbius,” “The Bubble,” “Nitram,” and “Apollo 10 ½: A Space Age Childhood.”

“The Tinder Swindler,” “Inventing Anna,” and “Bad Vegan” are recent Netflix shows about con artists. It’s all lazy TV, says the LA Times’ Meredith Blake.