California Today Full Broadcast (March 31)

A long-time Los Angeles politician has been convicted on corruption charges. Prosecutors say he was part of a plot to funnel hundreds of thousands of dollars through a university to a nonprofit run by his son.

A county in Northern California voted to dump Dominion Voting Systems. County supervisors say election officials will need to hand count paper ballots.

More layoffs are coming to the tech industry. Roku is the latest company to announce reductions to its workforce.

A new tax will soon go into effect for property owners in Los Angeles. Top real estate agents say LA’s rich are now racing to sell their multi-million dollar properties.

Meanwhile, in Orange County, home buyers are struggling to find available properties. The county is now the most competitive rental market in the state.

A family-owned restaurant has served customers for a whole century. And for its 100th birthday, the city of Los Angeles held a special celebration.

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