LA County Sheriff's Dept Special Victims Bureau
Worked for 26 years with the LA County Sheriff's Dept Special Victims Bureau; he has investigated or supervised thousands of criminal cases of child abuse
For decades, there have been horror stories about kids under the supervision of LA County.
Apr. 15, 2014from Which Way, L.A.?
LA County now has more than 6,000 COVID-19 cases. Most of those cases probably won’t require hospitalization, so it falls on families to care for sick people in their homes.
Apr. 7from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
A lot of places are closed, and you are likely home. That is unless you work for an “essential’ business.” That word conjures up images of grocery stores and hospitals.
Apr. 1from Greater LA
Cases of COVID-19 are starting to appear in jails and other correctional facilities in LA County.
Apr. 8from KCRW Features
This week, Governor Gavin Newsom announced California would be sending 500 ventilators across the United States to help local governments manage their surges of COVID-19 patients.
Apr. 9from KCRW Features
We’re supposed to stay home to limit the spread of coronavirus. But for those living with an abusive partner or family member, home could be the most dangerous place right now.
Apr. 1from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
It’s hard to believe, but six months ago, no one was worried about coronavirus. People were worried about another epidemic: VAPI, or vaping associated pulmonary injury.
Coronaviruses of any type spread primarily through sneezing and coughing.
During this global pandemic, access to health care has become a critical issue. Americans are struggling to get adequate care too. We speak with UC Davis' Dr. Michael Wilkes.
Apr. 7from KCRW Features
At long last, the results are mostly in. And as was clear on election night , Vermont Sen. and Democratic socialist Bernie Sanders won the California primary.