Reporter Roundup for July 7

Reporter Roundup: Police Use of Force, COVID Surge

On the July 7 edition of the Reporter Roundup, KPCC reporters discuss the COVID-19 surge, PPP loan recipients and police use of force data. 

According to an analysis of California Department of Justice data by KPCC’s Aaron Mendelson, Black Angelenos are far more likely to experience police use of force than other populations. 

KPCC’s Emily Guerin has news on some of the businesses that received Paycheck Protection Program loans. 

Reporter Elly Yu shares what she is hearing from physicians and hospital administrators about hospital preparedness during the coronavirus surge. 

Featured Reporters:

Mike Kessler @mikeskessler
Aaron Mendelson @a_mendelson
Elly Yu @ellywyu
Emily Guerin @guerinemily
Sharon McNary @KPCCsharon


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Santa Ana Winds, College Applications, Holiday Movies

On the Nov. 25 edition of the Reporter Roundup, KPCC reporters discuss the fire danger posed by the Santa Ana winds, how the pandemic will change Thanksgiving film opening numbers and how high school students will spend their weekend completing college applications. 

Santa Ana Winds 
With the Santa Ana winds comes a high risk of wildfires, which will be a concern tonight through Friday. Jacob Margolis explains why the winds, coupled with a dry beginning to our wet season, are of concern. 

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