In Los Angeles County, many veterans of wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are coping with unemployment and poverty. We hear what might be done to make the plight easier. We’ll also hear profiles of some of the Californians who’ve made the ultimate sacrifice. Also, the Hollywood Sign is getting a new coat of paint, and it's not Phil Jackson after all. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, the "fiscal cliff" and the chance of another recession.
Remembering California Veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan
From this Episode:
It's not Phil Jackson, After All!
Phil Jackson was “stunned” when Lakers management told him that Mike D'Antoni had been hired to replace the recently fired coach Mike Brown. That’s according to ESPN, which...
Renovating the Hollywood Sign
LA's most famous landmark is getting a full makeover, but KCRW's Saul Gonzalez reports that tourists trying to get close to the Hollywood Sign are running into residents...
LA Veterans Are Falling Through the Cracks
About 36,000 veterans who've served since the attacks of September 11 now live in Los Angeles County, and some 24,000 more are expected before the US withdraws from...