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SoCal Update brings locally sourced news to Southern California. A public media partnership between KCET, PBS SoCal, KPCC and LAist, reporters and editors run down through the day's most relevant news within minutes. Catch up on Southland headlines, arts and culture.

Most Recent Episodes

Utility Bills Based on Household Income; A Drop in Financial Aid Applications

Today, a proposed change could bring more equity to the way utility bills are calculated. Plus, why college aid applications are falling and which communities are impacted most.

Utility Bills Based on Household Income; A Drop in Financial Aid Applications

Why SoCal's Vaccine Rollout is on Hold; $2B School Reopening Plan; WeHo Opens Street Space

Today, the reason why vaccine sites are shutting down in Southern California. Then, a $2-billion proposal to reopen schools, plus, West Hollywood rethinks open space.

Why SoCal's Vaccine Rollout is on Hold; $2B School Reopening Plan; WeHo Opens Street Space

Impact of New Immigration Plan on Californians; Financial Challenges Continue Closing Chil...

Today, what the new immigration proposal would mean for undocumented Californians. Plus: the plight of California child care providers during COVID-19.

Impact of New Immigration Plan on Californians; Financial Challenges Continue Closing Chil...

Cal State L.A. Vaccine Site Now Open; L.A. Rent Crisis Fuels COVID; North Korean Men Charg...

Today, the mega vaccination site at Cal State L.A. is now open. Plus, a survey links high rents to COVID-19, and North Korean men charged for a cyberattack

Cal State L.A. Vaccine Site Now Open; L.A. Rent Crisis Fuels COVID; North Korean Men Charg...

Are L.A. Schools Ready to Reopen?; Protecting College Students From Sexual Violence

Today, COVID-19 cases are low enough for elementary schools to reopen. But are they ready? Plus, how public universities are protecting (or failing) students from sexual violence.

Are L.A. Schools Ready to Reopen?; Protecting College Students From Sexual Violence

Caregivers of People With Disabilities Turned Away From Vaccines; Sheriff's New Helipad; N...

Today, an approved group of health workers is having trouble accessing the vaccine. Plus, the L.A. County Sheriff gets heat for his personal helipad and a nature walk idea.

Caregivers of People With Disabilities Turned Away From Vaccines; Sheriff's New Helipad; N...

Teachers Push Back on Reopening Schools; Labor Deal for Child Care Workers; Congestion Pricing

Today, teachers share their thoughts on reopening schools without being vaccinated. Plus, financial relief for child care workers and Metro seeks to ease traffic in L.A.

Teachers Push Back on Reopening Schools; Labor Deal for Child Care Workers; Congestion Pricing

Can California Avoid a Drought This Year?; Kobe Crash Cause Found; ACLU Sues LASD

Today, the latest on the California drought and the impact of recent storms. Plus, NTSB finds cause of Kobe helicopter crash, and a suit against Lancaster and LASD.

Can California Avoid a Drought This Year?; Kobe Crash Cause Found; ACLU Sues LASD

Long Beach Ahead of the Curve in Vaccines; LAUSD Reopening Plan; Second Dose Update

Today, the latest on Long Beach's vaccine rollout and how the city got ahead of the curb. Plus, the latest on the reopening of LAUSD schools and second vaccine doses.

Long Beach Ahead of the Curve in Vaccines; LAUSD Reopening Plan; Second Dose Update

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