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The L.A. Report is a breakdown of the day's top news from Southern California, featuring the award-winning reporting of LAist.com and KPCC 89.3 FM – L.A.'s number one NPR station. Hosted by Susanne Whatley in the morning and Nick Roman in the afternoon, it's the smart way to start and end your day. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.
 
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What's happening today: Man killed during O.C. church attack was shot while charging gunman; Expert says shooters often don't keep their racist and violent views secret; L.A. County, FAA asked to put a 30-day Hold on all flights out of Whiteman airport, in Pacoima pending safety review; Half of Latinos surveyed said they haven't received info about…
 
Here's your morning news: O.C. authorities seek possible motive in church shooting; Coastal Fire in Laguna Niguel is now 80% contained; Weekend emergency test message put Angelenos on alert; Construction on Caballero Creek Park in Tarzana breaks ground; L.A.-based initiative seeks to turn nature enthusiasts into amateur biologists; Gov. Newsom requ…
 
In this Sunday edition: More on our new "Hidden Curriculum" series. College Pathways reporter Jill Replogle introduces us to a blind woman who didn’t know if college was an option for her...but is now a first-year graduate student. Then, the story of one server from Miami who, little by little, landed herself a scholarship, mentors, and a path to h…
 
In this weekend edition: On today's show, we'll get you up to speed on our Voter Game Plan – and teach you how to use it to make informed decisions in the upcoming elections. Then, we move on to something a lot of people don’t like to talk about…death. Or more specifically, planning for when we die. Austin Cross talks to some innovative undertakers…
 
What's happening today: State budget surplus nears record $100B; Evacuation orders lifted in Laguna Niguel neighborhoods that were in the path of this week's Coastal Fire; Flags across U.S. to be flown at half-staff to mark one million dead from COVID; Supporters of abortion rights will hold rallies and demonstrations tomorrow across the country; T…
 
Here's your morning news: O.C. declares local emergency due to Coastal fire in the Laguna Niguel area; Plans for seawater desalination plant in Huntington Beach may be dead, after more than two decades of debate; Soaring inflation pushing up California's minimum wage; Owners of The Landmark on Pico Boulevard in West L.A. say the complex will shut d…
 
What's happening today: At least 20 ocean view homes burned by 200 acre coastal fire; Joe Buscaino withdraws from LA mayor's race, endorses Caruso; Can AirBnB help house the homeless? This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people. Support the show: https://laist…
 
Fijian Drua and Moana Pasifika's first Super Rugby encounter promises to be quite a match with so much Pacific pride at stake, and Tongan Rugby Union CEO, Peter Harding, finally back in country after being stranded in Sydney sets to work on rebuilding.
 
The Kaiviti Silktails' Assistant Coach, Daryl Millard, says the team's weather hampered start to the 2022 season has actually worked in their favour. It has enabled them to bring players switching codes up to speed with the demands of rugby league, and now the Fijian team is starting to reap the benefits.…
 
Here's your morning news: O.C. wildfire burns several multi-million dollar homes to the ground; Federal appeals court rules that California's ban on sale of semiautomatic weapons to adults under age 21 is unconstitutional; California Coastal Commission to decide the fate of proposed desalination plant in Huntington Beach; Street cleanup in Pico Uni…
 
What's happening today: O.C. releases 2022 "Point in Time" tally of unhoused residents; City Council signs off on $3 billion settlement in lawsuit over the city's efforts to house thousands; LAUSD to require American Sign Language and verbal English classes for hard of hearing students; Eric Garcetti's nomination for India ambassadorship on shaky g…
 
An activist says there should be more democratic space for West Papuans as police use water cannons and tear gas to disperse protesters, and Solomon Islands leaders continue their tour of the Pacific region in an attempt to calm anxieties over the security pact with China.
 
A West Papuan activist is concerned by "violent" tactics used by Indonesian police, after they deployed water cannons to shut down protests in West Papua over an administrative shake-up to the region. Thousands of West Papuans have taken to the streets this week in opposition to Jakarta's decision to establish six new provinces in West Papua.…
 
Here's your morning news: LAUSD votes to delay COVID vaccine requirement for students twelve and older until 2023; U.S. Senate takes up a bill to codify abortion rights in federal law; West Hills woman accused of killing three due to make first court appearance today Wednesday; State Assemblymember Buffy Wicks wants health insurance plans to cover …
 
What's happening today: U.S. Senate report says Mayor Garcetti should have been aware of aide’s misbehavior; Garcetti announces 4 million Angelenos to face water restrictions; Day 2 of weeklong strike ends for Cedars-Sinai workers; L.A. City Council OKs program to provide legal help to those facing deportation. This program is made possible in part…
 
Here's your morning news: LA Department of Water and Power to announce new water conservation requirements; Federal prosecutors have convict three more in multi-million dollar Medi-Cal billing scam; Cal State Long Beach opens new demonstration kitchen for students to learn about cooking and other life skills; A nationwide baby formula shortage is g…
 
What's happening today: About 2,000 employees at L.A. Cedar Sinai Medical Center have walked off the job for a week; Union negotiators for L.A. County employees resume contract talks with negotiators; As climate crisis worsens, cities are investing more in conservation; How to fill complete and submit your mail-in ballots; L.A. Times photographer w…
 
Here's your morning news: Hundreds of employees at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center expected to walk off job today; Contract talks to resume today between LA County officials and leaders with SEIU Local 721; LAPD investigating deaths of three children in their home in West Hills; County officials say 365 firearms turned in at weekend gun buy-back event …
 
In this Sunday Edition: Current and former medical staff at LA County jails describe a working environment that’s dysfunctional, abusive and detrimental to providing health care. One county physician describes it as a daily “human rights disaster.” And much of the criticism is leveled at Chief Medical Officer Dr. Sean Henderson. This week, criminal…
 
In this weekend edition: If you've looked for a place recently, you know L.A. renters are having a tougher time finding apartments. Landlords are getting stricter about checking credit scores, proof of income, and evidence that applicants have paid rent, despite the city's non-payment protections for those who took a financial hit due to the pandem…
 
What's happening today: Thousands of L.A. County workers threaten to strike if contract talks stall; Which L.A. Sheriff candidate will address deputy 'gangs'?; Guilty plea 50 year old man charged with killing seven people in 2018, including a number of unhoused men; Protest tonight at Lincoln Park in Long Beach in response to US Supreme Court abort…
 
Here's your morning news: Man accused of knocking down comedian Dave Chappelle at Hollywood Bowl expected in court Friday; Database of America's dams missing data for thousands of structures; L.A. City Councilmembers want to see city become regional "green hydrogen hub"; L.A. tenant groups suing state over decision to wind down rent relief program;…
 
What's happening today: Sheriff candidates vow to end Villanueva's 'chaos'; Activist group suing the LAPD and the city of L.A. over security cameras at Echo Park Lake; Tenants who live in the Villa Apartments in Chinatown say they are facing huge rent hikes; In audit of 920 dams in the U.S. the status of some of the largest is still unknown. This p…
 
Matt Parish still firmly at the helm of Samoa's national rugby league team, with Pacific Beat being told NRL greats the Johns brothers never made any formal approach to take charge, and the Kumuls long-time coach Michael Marum confirms he is stepping away from rugby league to pursue a seat in the PNG parliament.…
 
Here's your morning news: COVID transmissions ramping up in L.A. County; Record number of mosquitos reported in SGV; Parks increasingly seen as essential infrastructure for addressing climate change and social justice; L.A. mayoral candidates pushing to build more group shelters for unhoused people; L.A. Sheriff's deputy awaiting arraignment on fel…
 
What's happening today: Newsom: the state of California will guarantee the right to an abortion in the state Constitution; Getting to know L.A. Sheriff's candidate Sergeant Carla Cornza; About 370,000 Californians who use TurboTax to file their tax returns figure to get some money back; Comedian Dave Chapelle attacked on stage at Hollywood Bowl per…
 
Here's your morning news: L.A. County Supervisors backing state legislation that would help make county a so-called "abortion access safe-haven"; Abortion rights demonstrators took to the streets of DTLA; Prosecutors in Sacramento file murder charges in mass shooting that left 6 people dead last month; Starting June 1st, millions of southern Califo…
 
What's happening today: Gov. Newsom, state assembly to move quickly to protect abortion rights in California; Planned Parenthood prepares for wave of out-of-state patients; Get to know county sheriff candidate Britta Steinbrenner; LAUSD launches program to pay for wired internet connections in students' homes. This program is made possible in part …
 
Here's your morning news: After leaked SCOTUS opinion, LA County supervisors prepare state legislation to create an "abortion access safe haven"; Supervisors set to consider recommendations from Blue Ribbon Commission on Homelessness; Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant set to fully close by 2025; President Biden signals openness to canceling some st…
 
What's happening today: Headed to the November ballot is a measure that would tax the sale of expensive homes in California to pay for homelessness programs; Latino deaths in the unhoused population jumped by 69% since start of pandemic; There are 188,000 fewer Californians this year than last; Despite rise in BA.2 infections, hospitals not seeing …
 
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