Doc Rivers shares his thoughts on police reform as The Clippers return to practice to gear up for the restart of the NBA season.
We’ve seen protests across the country calling for racial justice, but where do we begin? LA Rams defensive lineman Sebastian Joseph-Day says we have to start with our schools. He wrote a op-ed piece talking about how education is the key to stopping systemic racism. Read the op-ed here: https://bit.ly/3ettTUz
Liz Habib has been sharing some of her conversation with LA Chargers lineman Isaac Rochell about the Black Lives Matter movement. He is taking a leading role in raising money for causes like the United Negro College Fund and the National Fair Housing Alliance.
The Rams had a big meeting on Tuesday via Zoom… 125 people meeting for an hour and half. Sean McVay wanted to open things up for real, have open and honest communication and he said it was powerful. He told FOX 11’s Liz Habib that the meeting left them all in a better place.
On Tuesday NASCAR's Truck Series resumes, and FOX 11's Pablo Alsina talked with one of three female drivers, Angela Ruch. Her truck will be decorated in honor of her father-in-law, a U.S. Air Force veteran who recently lost his life to COVID-19.
Ali Downey says she doesn’t feel like a hero, but that is exactly what she is. We talked to the OC nurse who’s not only on the frontlines during this pandemic, but also front and center during the NHL season.
On Sunday, NASCAR returns to the track, and together, we are showing our collective appreciation to the many heroes who are on the frontlines on our behalf every day. We selected Dr. Mark Morocco to serve as LA's representative Grand Marshal for the race along with 35 other local healthcare workers from cities all over the country.