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Ep. 7 DecampingHomelessness
A top federal official promised everyone on Veterans Row would have a place to go in just ten days. What does it take to make that happen?
On eve of likely LAUSD strike, how’s community bracing itself?Education
KCRW hears from parents, teachers, LAUSD’s Jackie Goldberg, and SEIU’s Lester Garcia as the district sits on the verge of a three-day shutdown.
USC, UCLA women’s hoops teams in NCAA tournament: What to expect?Sports
Both USC and UCLA’s women’s basketball teams surpassed pre-season expectations by making the NCAA tournament. But how far can fans expect them to advance?
Using police dogs to arrest people might be banned in CACalifornia
Two California lawmakers want to ban the use of police dogs to arrest or apprehend suspects. A historian shares the history of dogs in law enforcement.
‘Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992’ takes expanded look at King riotsLos Angeles
Three decades after bringing “Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992” to the stage, Anna Deavere Smith returns with a new cast and expanded vision.
Possible LAUSD strike: Parents, teachers, how are you coping?Education
LAUSD could be on the verge of a three-day shutdown. How are you and your family preparing for school closures?
No more fence around Echo Park? Residents have divided opinionsHomelessness
Two years after police cleared a large homeless camp and the city fenced Echo Park Lake amid massive protests, a new council member wants to bring down the chain link barrier.
CA drops Walgreens as GOP increases anti-abortion rhetoricCalifornia
California will not renew a $54 million contract with Walgreens after the chain announced it would not dispense mifepristone in at least 20 states.
Ep. 5 DisasterHomelessness
As LA County Sheriff’s deputies try to move homeless veterans to shelters, tragedy strikes the camp, revealing the limits of what law enforcement can really do.