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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