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How serious is the threat of artificial intelligence replacing Hollywood writers? It’s a point of contention in the current Writers Guild strike.
Prop HHH is now on track to exceed its housing goalsHousing & Development
Prop HHH, the LA voter-approved $1.2 billion homeless housing bond measure, has been slow and costly. But six years in, thousands of units are finally opening.
Meet the bumble bee Census countersAnimals
As bumble bees decline, local volunteers fan out to find them. Together they’ll create the California Bumble Bee Atlas to help guide conservation decisions.
Can the US avoid a replay of Trump 2016?Politics
Trump was back in the spotlight and nothing has changed. Can Democrats and Republicans ever come together on guns? And should corporations get involved in social issues?
Quantifying your garbage footprint — to reduce itEnvironment
Sometimes the best way to cope with anxiety over the climate crisis is to focus on something you can control. So why not start with your trash?
How to make lobster rolls, SCOTUS sides with tech companiesNews
Families of terrorist attack victims sued Twitter and Google for allowing ISIS to use their platforms. But the Supreme Court sided with tech companies.
LA and Sacramento crack down on catalytic converter theftsTransportation
The Los Angeles City Council and California lawmakers are attempting to make it less profitable for people to steal catalytic converters.
¿Tenías beneficios durante la pandemia? ¿Ahora que?Food & Drink
Millones de californianos perdieron los beneficios de alimentos de la era COVID a finales de marzo. ¿Eres uno de ellos? ¿Cómo te va con menos dinero para comestibles?
Love and immigration in film, curbing LA traffic with feesNews
Celine Song’s film “Past Lives” is about what happens when a girl from Korea emigrates and leaves behind her childhood sweetheart, and they reconnect decades later.