Street vendors file a lawsuit against LAPD; Amazon Prime Now drivers are suing Amazon over unfair wage practices; LAUSD has been ordered to pay $6 million to two young boys sexually assaulted by their teacher; Santa Ana winds are fueling a fire in the Santa Barbra area; the city just received a $15 million grant to convert an unused railway into a biking and pedestrian path.
Chinese students and journalits react to the decision to repeal the "One Child" law in China; one teacher fighting to keep the Armenian language alive in LA school kids; medical marijuana dispensaries are finding it hard to integrate into mainstream business; Atul Singh, the editor-in-chief of the Fair Observer, discusses the Islamic State and Russian presence in Syria; NPR reporter Shereen Marisol Meraji in an interview about race and the media; the Broads on who we should thank for the new Broad Museum and the incredible collection housed inside; the root of the word "Halloween" on Root Source; LA Catholic school children come together at an East LA church to celebrate their heritage and Dia De Los Muertos.
Check out the future home of Annenberg student media:
Wallis Annenberg Hall
(opening Fall 2014)