Hart and Johnson – Oscar hosts?

At the premiere of the latest “Jumanji” movie in L.A., stars Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart say they would consider hosting the Oscars, while Nick Jonas contemplates a special 2019. (Dec. 10)

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Miranda Kerr shows off baby bump at Vuitton

Miranda Kerr, Jaden Smith, and Alicia Vikander were just some of the A-listers turning out for a Louis Vuitton exhibit in L.A.. (June 28)

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Nipsey Hussle’s friend recalls last moments after shooting

After the funeral of L.A. rapper Nipsey Hussle, a friend and employee of Hussle’s clothing store Marathon recalls the moments after the shooting. (April 11)

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L.A. Officials say rapper Nipsey Hussle shot dead

Nipsey Hussle, the Grammy-nominated rapper who was heavily respected in South Los Angeles where he grew up, was shot and killed outside a clothing store that he owned, authorities said. He was 33. Police are seeking at least one suspect. (April 1)

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ShowBiz Minute: Spector, Jolie, Chance the Rapper

Mansion where Phil Spector killed actress is for sale; Angelina Jolie brings four of her children to the L.A. premiere of Disney’s “Dumbo”; Chance the Rapper marries longtime girlfriend. (March 12)

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Dolly is still loving it

Music icon Dolly Parton reveals she still loves being involved with music on the red carpet of the Grammys in L.A. (Feb. 11)

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Stars shimmer and shine on Grammys red carpet

Lady Gaga, Dua Lipa, Dolly Parton and Cardi B were among the stars shining on the red carpet at the Grammy Awards in L.A. (Feb. 11)

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Rams’ fans in Los Angeles mourn Super Bowl loss

(4 Feb 2019) Fans of the NFL Los Angeles Rams watched in L.A. as their NFL team lost the Super Bowl to the New England Patriots in Atlanta, 13-3. Fans expressed sadness over the loss and optimism about the teams’ future. (Feb. 4)

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(30 Jan 2019) Here’s the latest for Wednesday January 30th: Maduro says he would negotiate with opposition; Congress members to negotiate border wall; More deep freeze for Midwest; L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti says he’s not running for president.

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(23 Jan 2019) Here’s the latest for Wednesday January 23rd: Senate plans votes on GOP, Dem shutdown proposals; Big opposition protests planned in Venezuela; L.A. teachers end strike; Winter weather in Midwest.

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(17 Jan 2019) Here’s the latest for Thursday January 17th: Pelosi says Trump should delay State of the Union; Suicide bombing in Syria kills 4 Americans; L.A. teacher strike negotiations on Thursday; Storms knock down trees in California.

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This Is Why Teachers In Los Angeles Are On Strike (HBO)

In the Los Angeles Unified School District, the second-largest public school system in the United States, there are fewer than 400 nurses serving over a thousand schools distributed across roughly 900 campuses. That means many schools have a nurse on-site only once a week.

“We have no confidentiality in many of our offices,” said Stephanie Yellin-Mednick, a school nurse in the San Fernando Valley. “At one of our schools, the nurse works in a hallway. Or under the stairwell. A closet.” This makes it impossible for nurses to perform basic duties like helping students cope with possible pregnancies, neglect, or child abuse. “It’s very difficult to deal with child abuse when you have an office full, to try to close the door to talk to a child — let alone if you don’t have a door,” Yellin-Mednick said.

Yellin-Mednick is one of more than 30,000 members of United Teachers Los Angeles who walked off the job on Monday to demand better funding for LA’s public schools. In addition to more nurses, counselors, and librarians, UTLA is asking for better pay and smaller class sizes, along with several non-economic demands such as stronger regulations for charter schools.

The school district says meeting all of these demands would force it into bankruptcy, and while it has offered some improvements in funding, UTLA has rejected them as insufficient.

The walkout in L.A. is the latest in a wave of teachers’ strikes across the country. But whereas most of last year’s strikes hit Republican-controlled states, this one is taking place in the largest city in one of the bluest states of all.

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This Is Why Teachers In Los Angeles Are On Strike (HBO)

In the Los Angeles Unified School District, the second-largest public school system in the United States, there are fewer than 400 nurses serving over a thousand schools distributed across roughly 900 campuses. That means many schools have a nurse on-site only once a week.

“We have no confidentiality in many of our offices,” said Stephanie Yellin-Mednick, a school nurse in the San Fernando Valley. “At one of our schools, the nurse works in a hallway. Or under the stairwell. A closet.” This makes it impossible for nurses to perform basic duties like helping students cope with possible pregnancies, neglect, or child abuse. “It’s very difficult to deal with child abuse when you have an office full, to try to close the door to talk to a child — let alone if you don’t have a door,” Yellin-Mednick said.

Yellin-Mednick is one of more than 30,000 members of United Teachers Los Angeles who walked off the job on Monday to demand better funding for LA’s public schools. In addition to more nurses, counselors, and librarians, UTLA is asking for better pay and smaller class sizes, along with several non-economic demands such as stronger regulations for charter schools.

The school district says meeting all of these demands would force it into bankruptcy, and while it has offered some improvements in funding, UTLA has rejected them as insufficient.

The walkout in L.A. is the latest in a wave of teachers’ strikes across the country. But whereas most of last year’s strikes hit Republican-controlled states, this one is taking place in the largest city in one of the bluest states of all.

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(14 Jan 2019) Here’s the latest for Monday January 14th: Congress in session amid shutdown; Pompeo visits Saudi Arabia; Two shot outside Utah mall; L.A. teachers set to go on strike.

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(19 Dec 2018) Here’s the latest for Wednesday December 19th: Senate passes criminal reform bill; Michael Flynn sentencing postponed; Congress members investigating migrant girl’s death tour Border Patrol station; Elon Musk unveils L.A. tunnel plan.

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Elon Musk unveils L.A. underground tunnel plan

(19 Dec 2018) Elon Musk unveiled his underground transportation tunnel plans for Los Angeles on Tuesday. He says miles of tunnels could be dug beneath Los Angeles, so that autonomous, electric vehicles could travel around the city and ease traffic. (Dec. 19)

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Brett Young takes trip back to L.A. for 2nd record

(4 Dec 2018) Southern California native Brett Young says his second album “Ticket To L.A.” is a nod to his background, but also a collection of really personal songs. (Dec. 4)

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Lakers Fans Celebrate Lebron James’ Move To L.A.

Four-time NBA MVP LeBron James announced Sunday night that he has agreed to a four-year, $154 million contract with the Los Angeles Lakers. He’s leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers. Los Angeles fans celebrated on Sunday. (July 2)

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Sooners, Bulldogs In L.A. For The Rose Bowl

The University of Oklahoma Sooners and the University of Georgia Bulldogs football teams arrived in Los Angeles on Tuesday night. The two teams face each other in the Rose Bowl on New Year’s Day. (Dec. 27)

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L.A. County Jail Corruption Case: VICE News Tonight on HBO (Full Segment)

Lee Baca ran the L.A. County Sheriffs Department for 16 years, until 2014 when he stepped down amid allegations of corruption. Now he is on trial for obstruction of justice, conspiracy and lying to the FBI — and faces up to 20 years in prison.

Deputy James Sexton was the whistleblower who helped bring Baca down. But during his testimony, Sexton implicated himself and was also convicted on federal charges of obstruction of justice.

We spoke to James Sexton just days before he turned himself into prison in August — and he went into detail about the extent of the sheriff’s department corruption.

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The Man Creating The First Supersonic Hyperloop (HBO)

Shervin Pishevar is a startup investor and one of the central social figures in Silicon Valley. He recently founded Hyperloop One, a project to move people long distances through tubes at supersonic speeds.

His reputation and fortune come largely from a single investment he made in 2011 while at the VC firm Menlo Ventures: a $26 million stake in a small ride-hailing app called Uber. Those shares are now worth more than $5 billion.

Pishevar’s friend Elon Musk came up with the idea for Hyperloop, which promises to take passengers from L.A. to San Francisco in 35 minutes with no friction and no pollution, and handed it off to Pishevar to develop.

The company is working on a plan to build a link between Abu Dhabi and Dubai, but we likely won’t see a Hyperloop in America anytime soon. Pishevar’s project has raised only $160 million, while some estimate it will cost up to $100 billion to complete a loop between L.A. and San Francisco.

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Alix Perez – STNKR

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Alix Depauw is one of electronic music’s most sought after and revered producer/DJ’s of recent times. Since the release of his ground breaking debut album ‘1984’ back in 2009 on Shogun Audio his unique fusion of drum & bass, half-time and electronica has seen his career sky-line, bringing new music through the likes of Exit Records with DJ Rashad and Spinn and with his collaborative Shades project alongside L.A’s EPROM.

Now as we draw into the summer months Alix is ready to kick off his very own imprint, 1985 Music. With a return to his beloved drum & bass roots making for the breathtaking ‘Elephant Dreams EP’.

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