Reporter Roundup June 2

Reporter Roundup: L.A. Police Commission Gets Earful

On the June 2 edition of the Reporter Roundup, KPCC reporters discuss the L.A. Police commission, race relations and how Metro played a role in this week’s unrest.

KPCC’s Frank Stolze covered today’s L.A. Police Commission and has details on the meeting, including numerous calls for Los Angeles Police Chief Michael Moore to resign.

Reporter Austin Cross reflects on his essay, "Black and Tired In this American Newsroom."

KPCC’s Chava Sanchez has been gathering reactions to the recent protests from people in Los Angeles and shares what he heard.

Featured Reporters:

Austin Cross @austincross

Chava Sanchez @chavatweets1

Ryan Fonseca @RyFons

Frank Stoltze @StoltzeFrankly

Adriene Hill @adrienehill

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Reporter Roundup: More Closures, LAUSD Fall Plans

On the July 13 edition of the Reporter Roundup, KPCC reporters provide details on closures due to Covid-19, LAUSD’s plans for reopening and wet markets.

KPCC’s Jackie Fortier reports all counties have to close all indoor operations at places like restaurants, movie theaters, zoos and museums. 

The Los Angeles Unified School District announced today schools will not reopen for the upcoming school year. KPCC’s Kyle Stokes has the details.

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