Brandon Reynolds

Journal of Alta California

Journal of Alta California

Brandon Reynolds on KCRW

Amazon, Walmart, Google, and UPS are all looking into using drones to deliver small packages. The FAA is granting approvals right and left for growing these types of operations.

Google and Amazon want to put thousands of drones in LA’s skies so you can get toilet paper faster

Amazon, Walmart, Google, and UPS are all looking into using drones to deliver small packages. The FAA is granting approvals right and left for growing these types of operations.

from Greater LA

Holiday parties, especially work-related ones, are already fraught with the perils of drunken embarrassment and potential harassment suits.

Virtual holiday parties may be disasters. But they’re also learning experiences for 2021

Holiday parties, especially work-related ones, are already fraught with the perils of drunken embarrassment and potential harassment suits.

from Greater LA

Expanding highways and removing homes is one of the great creation myths of Los Angeles. The theory: Where the highways grew, progress would follow.

A highway project potentially threatening hundreds of homes follows a different script in 2020 LA

Expanding highways and removing homes is one of the great creation myths of Los Angeles. The theory: Where the highways grew, progress would follow.

from Greater LA

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California’s gubernatorial recall election is on September 14, and 46 candidates are vying to oust Governor Gavin Newsom. Mail-in ballots will be distributed in less than two weeks.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Ken and Josh discuss Michael Avenatti’s decision to represent himself, the drama around Section 230, and the Tom Barrack indictment.

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Sandy Duvall, who owns Sierra Health and Fitness in Sierra Madre, says she has been threatened over her business policy to mandate COVID vaccinations to her members.

from KCRW Features

As Southern California enters the tensest months of fire season, a looming issue could keep critical air assets used to battle the big blazes stuck on the ground, or force them to go…

from Greater LA

"Being on buses, masks should certainly be required, while kids should be encouraged to walk or bike.

from KCRW Features

The American federal government is probing its history of Native children who were taken from families and forced into boarding schools.

from KCRW Features

Andy Slavitt, who was President Joe Biden’s former COVID advisor, talks about the recent Delta variant surge and best safety practices.

from To the Point

Pasadena will be the first Southern California city to require its city employees to get vaccinated against COVID.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand