Reporter Roundup for July 15

Reporter Roundup: Rose Parade is Canceled

On the July 15 edition of the Reporter Roundup, KPPC reporters have details on the Rose Parade, a Riverside County hospital and L.A.’s homeless. 

The 2021 Rose Parade was officially canceled today and the fate of the Rose Bowl Game is up in the air. KPCC’s Sharon McNary has more on the decision.  

KPCC’s Caroline Champlin looked into why a major Riverside County hospital has had to ask for federal help to deal with rising COVID-19 patients.

Reporter Matt Tinoco has been closely following a 

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Parents Sue LAUSD | September 24

On the September 24 edition of the Reporter Roundup, KPCC reporters discuss a possible cause of the Bobcat Fire, parents suing LAUSD and L.A.’s response to the indictment related to Breona Taylor’s death. 

Officials investigating how the Bobcat Fire started have a new lead to follow with new information released today. Sharon McNary explains how a brief outage on Southern California Edison power lines near Cogswell Dam could be related — or not. 

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Groceries | September 25

On the September 25 edition of the Reporter Roundup, KPCC reporters and KCET producers discuss updates on grocery inventories, the Census and election prep. 

While it's much easier to find essentials since the COVID-19 pandemic began in March, grocery stores are still out of some of the things we need, including baking ingredients. Natalie Chudnovsky explains why. 

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