Los Angeles County coronavirus cases surged past the 4,000 mark today, while health officials reported another 13 deaths and warned residents that wearing a mask -- while beneficial -- doesn't alleviate the need to stay home as much as possible.
On the April 2 edition of Reporter Roundup, KPCC reporters discuss difficult choices schools are facing and the healthcare inequities revealed by the coronavirus.
As of this week, about one in three American households have completed the census. L.A. County is close behind but when we zoom in, we see a different picture.
Responding to the unprecedented shift to remote learning and other challenges to education caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, the University of California is temporarily suspending its core admissions requirements for students seeking to enroll.
Gov. Gavin Newsom and many county and city officials statewide have enacted moratoriums on evictions and elicited support from banks to help those unable to pay rent and mortgages. Here are some key questions affecting renters and homeowners.
On the April 1 edition of Reporter Roundup, KPCC reporters discuss safe grocery shopping tips, how the UC systems are being impacted b COVID-19 and concerns with the food supply chain.