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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 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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Tonight: Dozens of sizable aftershocks after today's magnitude 7.8 earthquake in southeastern Turkey; Building inspectors in Santa Clarita are eyeballing five houses in the city's new Skyline development; If you don't have the cash to pay high gas bills, you can get help; The "State of the Wine Industry Report", and more. Support for this podcast i…
 
Today: 7.8 magnitude earthquake rocks Turkey, killing over 1,500; Monterey Park shooting memorial; Winter weather advisory; Long Beach announces a second winter shelter for unhoused residents; As many as 3 million low-income Californians risk losing Medi-Cal coverage as pandemic-era protections set to expire; Grammy Award winners, and more. Support…
 
In this Sunday edition: We meet the local couple who created the memorial outside of the Star Ballroom Dance Studio for the victims of the Monterey Park shooting. And, the deadline for ending COVID-era eviction protections got pushed...and then pushed again. Understandably, tenants and landlords are confused. In this week's installment of How To L.…
 
In this weekend edition: Today is the big tribute to Griffith Park's famous mountain lion, P-22. Ahead of the event, we talk to California Regional Director of the National Wildlife Federation, Beth Pratt about his life and legacy. Special coverage of the P-22 celebration starts at noon on 89.3 and on LAist.com. And, new research shows that when it…
 
Tonight: L.A. City Council votes to allow Marriott hotel to be built in South L.A.; Lincoln Heights developer plan causes uproar in the surrounding community; Long Beach Utilities Commission plans to open dump site for RVs; The late P-22 and urban wildlife. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that qual…
 
Today: Amtrak Pacific Surfliner to resume service this weekend between South Orange County and San Diego; State transportation agency allocates $407M to fund Inglewood Transit Connector; Attorneys for the family of Anthony Lowe have filed a claim against the city of Huntington Park. The fence around Echo Park Lake is officially coming down; Winter …
 
Tonight: The family of the 36-year-old double amputee shot and killed by Huntington Park police last week has filed a claim against the city; Details on Rust charges against Alec Baldwin; Free mental health therapy for more than a million children in LA public schools, and more. The California State Transportation Agency is chipping in 407-million-…
 
Today: Family of Anthony Lowe is planning march; Jobs, the economy and homelessness are the issues that concern most Californians according to the survey; California submits a different water saving plan than the one agreed on by the six other western states; Above average snow pack in the Sierra Nevada; New guidelines for treating childhood obesit…
 
Tonight: California releases its own Colorado River water-sharing plan; Some landlords now threatening pet owners with eviction; Court date of late February set for actor and producer Alec Baldwin; Boeing built the last 747 this week, and more. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalis…
 
Today: Alec Baldwin to face manslaughter charges in Rust shooting; LAPD Chief Michael Moore to serve a second five year term; Monterey Park officials highlighting community resources that are available to victims and family members of the Star Dance studio; A new study out of Stanford University finds climate warming will likely reach a critical th…
 
Tonight: L.A. Police Commission voted today unanimously to reappoint LAPD Chief Michel Moore to a second five-year term; Ongoing questions surrounding the death last week of 36-year-old Anthony Lowe; California the only state out of seven that will not submit plan for conserving Colorado River water; Support for this podcast is made possible by Gor…
 
Today: Family of man who died after being shot by police in Huntington Park last week is calling for accountability; Actress Cindy Williams has died; New Mexico authorities to file charges against Alec Baldwin today for his role in the fatal shooting on the Rust movie set; President Biden has announced that he will end the COVID-19 national emergen…
 
Tonight: No police body cam video in Huntington Park officer-involved shooting of knife attacker; BLM activists shut down Venice intersection where Keenan Anderson was tased by police and died; Alhambra city officials honored Brandon Tsay for preventing violence during Monterey Park shooting. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and …
 
Today: Man who stopped Monterey Park shooter will be Biden's guest at State of the Union; After recent mass shootings, gun laws under scrutiny again; Mass shootings and police brutality triggering existing mental health disorders; Bass: Law enforcement should not be dealing with mental health crises; UC Davis study shows proportion of good to bad f…
 
In this Sunday edition: From the mass shooting last week in Monterey Park to the violent video of Tyre Nichols' arrest, there's a lot that Angelenos are processing right now. So for some guidance, we're joined by LMFT, Rebecca Zeitlin with Didi Mental Health Services. And, last October, the campus of Cal State University Dominguez Hills was rocked …
 
In this weekend edition: LA Mayor Karen Bass joins us to talk about the video released yesterday of the violent arrest of Tyre Nichols in Memphis which resulted in his death. And, the Monterey Park dance studio where 11 people were shot and killed was a social hub for many community members, both new and old. We'll hear from some local ballroom dan…
 
Tonight: New protections for renters; L.A. City Council ordered up a report to figure out how the city can pay for master leases; Investigators say they've found no connection between Monterey Park shooter and the people who had come to the Star Dance Studio; Body of another mountain lion found on PCH, and more. Support for this podcast is made pos…
 
Today: State water board announces that Southern California is likely to receive more water this year from Northern California; Following mass shootings in California, Senator Alex Padilla calls for more federal action on gun safety; Three years of COVID; International Holocaust Remembrance Day, and more. Support for this podcast is made possible b…
 
Tonight: Alhambra to hold Lunar New Year Festival on Sunday; Before Saturday's shooting, the Star Dance Studio in Monterey Park was a fixture on the local ballroom dancing scene; Thursday marks the final night of LA County's annual "Point in Time" count of unhoused Angelenos; Burbank's Adam Schiff announced that he's running for Congress; MiJa Book…
 
Today: New information about the weapon used in Monterey Park shooting; Third vigil was held for victims outside of the Star Ballroom dance studio; Community colleges in Southern California report that students sleep in their cars or struggle to find their next meal while balancing their studies; In Orange County, a new report finds major gaps in p…
 
Tonight: Third vigil in Monterey Park tonight; UCLA law professor says California's gun laws are strict compared to states with weaker laws; High-capacity magazine ban held up in federal court; L.A. County supervisors approve ordinance banning new oil wells and phase out existing drilling; L.A. County's annual "Point in Time" count of unhoused Ange…
 
Today: USGS confirms 4.2 magnitude earthquake struck near Malibu early Wednesday morning; The L.A. County Board of Supervisors has voted to extend COVID eviction protections for two more months; L.A. County's annual homeless count is underway; Vice President Kamala Harris is set to visit Monterey Park; Man accused of killing seven people at two mus…
 
Tonight: Vigil tonight for Monterey Park victims; Ballroom dancing community in Monterey Park; Annual "Point in Time" count of unhoused Angelenos begins tonight; Oscar nominations, and more. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. Support th…
 
Today: Seven people killed in two related shootings yesterday in San Mateo County; Death toll in Saturday's mass shooting in Monterey Park rises to 11; Bass and city council say solving homelessness a top priority; Orange County plans to open a cold weather emergency shelter; The Orange County Transportation Authority will soon resume weekend train…
 
Tonight: The latest on the Monterey Park mass shooting that killed 11. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. Support the show: https://laist.comBy LAist Studios
 
Today: LAPD working to find out what led a 72-year-old man to shoot and kill 10 people and wound another 10 at a Monterey Park ballroom dance studio Saturday night; Reactions from Congresswoman Judy Chu; Beginning tomorrow thousands of volunteers will fan out across L.A. County to help with the region's annual homeless count; Lawyers representing t…
 
In this Sunday Edition: The latest on the mass shooting in Monterey Park. Then, LAPD Chief Michel Moore is being considered for a second five-year term by the L.A. City Council. This week he joins AirTalk's Larry Mantle for his monthly update…we'll hear about LAPD in the news, crime, public safety, and a lot more. Support for this podcast is made p…
 
In this weekend edition: With the price of eggs going up, raising your own chickens may seem like the perfect compliment to your sourdough starter or vegetable garden. We give you some guidance on starting your own backyard roost. And, the trendy Chinese fashion giant SHEIN is expanding in Los Angeles, but many are concerned about its environmental…
 
Tonight: Jose Huizar pleads guilty to corruption charges; The latest "Point in Time" count of unhoused; How are we doing on composting?; and more. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. Support the show: https://laist.com…
 
Today: Biden surveys storm damage; Chatsworth sinkhole repairs; Bill introduced that would extend unemployment benefits to undocumented workers; Google's parent company cutting 12,000 jobs; California will close nearly 100 COVID-19 testing and treatment sites early; L.A. City Council considering new rules to keep renters housed; 988 mental health h…
 
Tonight: Involuntary manslaughter charges against actor Alex Baldwin; L.A. County says it captured enough runoff during last week's storms to provide water many; Caltrans: the 50' deep sinkhole that swallowed up two cars in Chatsworth could take weeks to repair; and more. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who be…
 
Today: President Biden is set to visit California's Central Coast; Post-storm local state of emergency continues; California's plan EV plans could stress state's electric grid; Funding secured for "Inside Safe L.A."; Microsoft to cut 10,000 workers; Memorial for victims of Chinese massacre, and more. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gor…
 
Tonight: Storms delay work on coastal Amtrak line; Big surf, high tides this weekend; N.M. prosecutors ready to make decision on Rust shooting case; Egg shortage's local impact, and more. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. Support the s…
 
Today: COVID eviction protections; BLM co-founder speaks up; LAUSD board elects new president; Boyle Heights free internet; Free Metro access for vocational and adult students; and more. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. Support the sh…
 
Tonight: LAPD commission meets to discuss reappointment Chief Michel Moore to a second five-year term; Family of 31-year-old who died from being tased call for Moore's removal; LAPD bans "Thin Blue Line" flag in station lobbies and on patrol cars and uniforms; The LA City Council today voted 12-1 to deny a permit to build a seven-story 168-room Mar…
 
Today: Recent storms have brought record rainfall; Pres. Biden scheduled to visit California Thursday to survey recovery efforts; Hazardous seas today; Ozone hole slowly shrinking; LAPD Commission to hold public hearing on reappointing Chief Michael Moore; Hotel used to temporarily house people experiencing homelessness to remain open; Long Beach l…
 
In this Sunday edition: One silver lining of all this recent rain should be relief from long-standing drought – right? But we know much of the rainwater here in Southern California is lost to the ocean. We'll tell you about a project at a Willowbrook park that demonstrates how we can capture more water when it rains. Then, Ventura County has been o…
 
In this weekend edition: Guitarist Kid Congo Powers joins us to talk about his new memoir, "Some New Kind of Kick". And, tipping…it can be a touchy and confusing subject. And with the proliferation of cashless payments during the pandemic, those tablet tip screens seem to be everywhere you look. This week we'll examine confusion over the evolving c…
 
Tonight: MLK weekend rain; Budget realities push Governor Gavin Newsom to cut back EV subsidies; Getting unhoused Angelenos into emergency winter shelters; Mayor Bass' "Inside Safe" campaign; Mayor Bass expresses concern about a recent string of deaths at the hands of LAPD officers; Tomorrow night's NFL Wildcard. Support for this podcast is made po…
 
Today: Recent storms' drought relief; Weather challenging for unhoused; COVID deaths tick up; Community college enrollment down; Lisa Marie Presley has died, and more. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. Support the show: https://laist.c…
 
Tonight: Lending discrimination in Black and Latino neighborhoods; LA County Public Works is hustling to clear out rocks, sand and tree trunks from debris basins before next storm; LADWP subsidizing rain barrels for water collection; Why do so many L.A. streets have the same name? Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawfor…
 
Today: L.A. City Council approves motion to explore consequences for censured Kevin de Leon; LAPD Chief Michael Moore questioned officers' actions leading to the fatal shooting of 45 year old Takar Smith; A federally funded hotel program that sheltered unhoused people during the pandemic is set to close its last site in LA; More wet weather coming …
 
Tonight: Due to storm damage, Topanga Elementary will remain closed; Road closures continue; Eaton Canyon hiking; More than a billion gallons of stormwater collected; More weekend rain, and more. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. Suppo…
 
Today: California Governor Gavin Newsom has laid out his plan to address a projected deficit in the state budget this year The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has unanimously voted to declare a state of emergency on homelessness More rain forecasted for the weekend How long will it take for the Ventura River river to get back to normal leve…
 
Tonight: Swift water rescue teams have plucked at least 18 people out of the fast-moving Ventura River; Evacuations orders starting to lift; Road closures; Amtrak service, and more. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. Support the show: h…
 
Today: 101 in Ventura closed due to flooding; Gusty winds, flooding and high surf in O.C. in coming days; LAPD Commission to hold public hearing on whether to reappoint LAPD Chief Michael Moore to a second five year term; L.A. City Council back in session after a month off for winter recess; USDA approves vaccine for honeybees, and more. Support fo…
 
Tonight: Floods, mandatory evacuations as winter storms continue to pummel most of state; Storm-chasing airplanes; New project to collect stormwater, and more. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. Support the show: https://laist.com…
 
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