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The Democratic-led House of Representatives is expected to vote next week on a sweeping police reform bill that would ban chokeholds, prohibit federal no-knock warrants, establish a National Police Misconduct Registry and other measures.
Visiting with Huell Howser
Join Huell as he spends the day celebrating a beautiful yellow flower at the Idyllwild Lemon Lily Festival.
Vicente Perez Castro, a 57-year-old cook from Long Beach, could barely breathe when he was admitted to Los Angeles County’s Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. At a certain point, the doctors told his family that he wasn’t going to make it. Months later, here he was — an outpatient at Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center in Downey, the only public hospital in the county whose main mission is patient rehab.
Landlords Can Sign Up for Rent-Guaranteed Program to House Homeless Angelenos During the Pandemic and Beyond
The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority today urged property owners to sign up for a program that matches landlords with people experiencing homelessness, with rent guaranteed by the government.
“I’ve fallen in love with working with my community and working for social justice and environmental rights,” says Bii Gallardo. Those are the reasons why the Apache and Yaqui activist works so hard to recognize Indigenous voices and fight for environmental justice.
For Michael Preston of the Winnemem Wintu tribe, salmon are important. An artist, activist, filmmaker and dancer, his tribe's goal is to bring the salmon back to California's McCloud River. But it's more than just about the fish, he said. With the lack of salmon, which is a keystone species, other animals, such as bears, eagles and mountain lions are being starved.