KNX In Depth: California's patchwork of shelter in place, reopening policies could cause problems -- Ventura county lays down the welcome mat -- What are working parents supposed to do this summer while coronavirus closes down camps, daycare?

KNX In Depth
Thursday, May 21st
If you're inclined to hit the road over this Memorial Day weekend, you might encounter some confusion along the way.  If you start out in Los Angeles County, you won't be able to eat in a restaurant, walk around in a mall, or shop in a store.  But drive to Ventura County, and all of those options will be available -- more of the shelter in place restrictions have been lifted.

California's patchwork of coronavirus policies will be put to the test this weekend, and we're going in depth. We'll talk about the reopening of the economy in Ventura -- albeit with precautions. Are they worried about being inundated with a flood of tourists from neighboring counties?

With the gradual reopenings, there's a major problem brewing for working parents: with camps, summer schools and almost all child daycare options still unavailable, what are they supposed to do with the kids this summer if they have to head back to the office?

And then...some non-COVID news.  First, Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband reach a plea deal in the college admissions cheating case.  Then, the University of California is on the verge of upending the way students get admitted to colleges.