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The LA Report is a daily roundup of reporters discussing the top news stories in the L.A. region.

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The LA Report is a daily roundup of reporters discussing the top news stories in the L.A. region.

    L.A. County votes to allow school reopening applications. Plus: Disney to lay off 28,000; Thousands may go uncounted in Census.

    L.A. County votes to allow school reopening applications. Plus: Disney to lay off 28,000; Thousands may go uncounted in Census.

    On today's show: L.A. County supervisors vote to allow waiver applications for in-person learning in schools; L.A. Comic-Con says it's confident that it will hold its popular conference in-person in December; Census officials  voice concerns that thousands of Angelos may go uncounted in the confusion over the count's end date; And we speak to the creator of a new documentary called "The New West and the Politics of the Environment”.

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    • 6 min
    The dangerous trend of driving vehicles into crowds of protesters; Santa Ana winds may intensify wildfires; A 101-year old recalls a century of L.A.

    The dangerous trend of driving vehicles into crowds of protesters; Santa Ana winds may intensify wildfires; A 101-year old recalls a century of L.A.

    On today's show: we'll look at the dangerous trend of driving vehicles into crowds of protesters; what to expect as the Santa Ana winds arrive during an intense wildfire season; and a conversation with one of L.A.'s oldest residents.

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    • 5 min
    Why grocery stores are still sold out of many items; Tips on understanding this year's ballot props; The latest on the census count of L.A.'s homeless

    Why grocery stores are still sold out of many items; Tips on understanding this year's ballot props; The latest on the census count of L.A.'s homeless

    On today's show: We'll explain why many items in grocery stores are still sold out during the pandemic; Where to learn about – and understand – the many props on this year's ballot; and an update on this week's census count of L.A.'s homeless.

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    • 6 min
    Investigators seek cause of Bobcat Fire; LAUSD parents file class action lawsuit; Breonna Taylor protests in DTLA; Dodger Stadium opens for voting

    Investigators seek cause of Bobcat Fire; LAUSD parents file class action lawsuit; Breonna Taylor protests in DTLA; Dodger Stadium opens for voting

    On today's show: officials investigate the cause of the Bobcat Fire, which has burned nearly 114,000 acres in the San Gabriel Mountains; Parents of LAUSD students file a class action lawsuit, accusing them of providing unequal education during the pandemic; the latest from downtown L.A., where protesters gathered in the wake of the Breonna Taylor decision; And Dodger Stadium announces plans to open its doors for voting with a view...

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    • 6 min
    California announces plan to phase out the sale of gas-powered cars by 2035. Also: L.A. closer to reopening, "Project Roomkey" winds down, and a new Head at Cal State.

    California announces plan to phase out the sale of gas-powered cars by 2035. Also: L.A. closer to reopening, "Project Roomkey" winds down, and a new Head at Cal State.

    On today's show: Gov. Newsom announces a plan to phase out the sale of gasoline-powered cars by 2035; Why L.A. County may be getting closer to an economic reopening as case rates continue to drop; A project to house L.A.'s homeless during the pandemic is winding down after it fell short of its goals; And Cal State makes a decision on its new chancellor...

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    • 7 min
    Disney asks Gov. Newsom to allow its theme parks to reopen. Plus: Voting need-to-know, L.A.'s high end hotels go vacant, and O.C. green-lights in-person learning

    Disney asks Gov. Newsom to allow its theme parks to reopen. Plus: Voting need-to-know, L.A.'s high end hotels go vacant, and O.C. green-lights in-person learning

    On today's show: Helpful information on voting this coming Election Day; A plea from Disney to allow its theme parks to reopen; A grim outlook for LA's high end hotels; and Orange County gives the green light to in-person learning.

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