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Election Eve Tips, Newsom on COVID, Student Attendance
November 2, 2020
On the Nov. 2 edition of the Reporter Roundup, KPCC reporters discuss last-minute election tips for people who have note voted yet, a conversation with Gov. Gavin Newsom about COVID-19 and drops in grades and attendance rates in LAUSD.
On the eve of the 2020 election, Libby Denkmann has some tips for people who have not voted yet. She breaks down recommendations for people voting in person and by mail.
Newsom on COVID-19
Gov. Gavin Newosm says California had to step up because the federal government hasn’t. Jackie Fortier shares more of her conversation with Newsom at a new COVID-19 testing lab in Valencia.
Student Attendance Drop
The Los Angeles Unified School District has seen a drop in attendance for high school students and lower grades for middle school students. Carla Javier discusses how the district is responding.
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On this episode: restaurant ban, voting districts, juvenile justice and Venice’s unhoused.
On this episode: restaurants shut down, LAUSD meals, burned cabins and Alejandro Mayorkas.
On this episode: stay at home order, Palmdale and sticky Thanksgiving conversations.
On this episode: small businesses, Thanksgiving travel, Census results and immigration.
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November 24, 2020
On the Nov. 24 edition of the Reporter Roundup, KPCC reporters discuss officials weighing in on the recent restaurant ban in response to a COVID-19 surge, a plan to overhaul the juvenile justice system, a change to how voting districts are drawn and a look at the growing homelessness crisis in Venice.
Los Angeles officials met today to debate the outdoor dining ban — with very different outcomes. Elina Shatkin discusses what lawmakers are saying.
On this episode: ballot processing, a homeless encampment ban and Halloween in 2020.KCET Original
Prop 16 supports favoring people based on race, ethnicity or sex for public employment. This prop failed.KCET Original
Prop 20 rolls back 2011-16 sentencing reforms that reduced overcrowding in state prisons. This prop failed.KCET Original
Inspired by Oaxacan traditions, Dia de Los Muertos was brought to L.A. in the '70s as a way to enrich and reclaim Chicano identity. It has since grown in proportions and is celebrated around the world.KCET Original
While Hugh recuperates from surgery, Penny laments his reunion with Harriet. Hayley assigns wedding preparation tasks to the family, but Hugh still doesn't approve of the marriage and causes a rift with Ajax.KCET Original
To Matt's discomfort, Charlie's free-spirited father, Carlito, arrives with his girlfriend's teenage daughter, Ivy. Just before the grand opening of the Knight-Cartwright heart clinic, Hugh receives a mysterious letter from his ex-wife.
Before there was Disneyland and other large amusement parks, there was Busch Gardens.
Huell looks at the Pigeon Courier Service at Avalon on Catalina Island, once the most expeditious means of communication with the small island.
Huell tours the barn and hears stories of Disney's passion for trains which many people say fueled his vision for his theme parks.