"Unfortunately in my community, these things happen too often."
A traumatic encounter with police led L.A.-based entrepreneur Tony Rice II to build Unarmed, an app to better track civilian feedback of law enforcement. Contributing reporter Yasmin Tayag has the story.
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The public often doesn't know that they can give feedback about police, says entrepreneur Tony Rice II. Even when they do, they don't know how to go about it. He's created an app he hopes will help municipalities to streamline their process and increase access and awareness of their options.
San Fernando Valley residents can now get medications delivered to their door hours after getting a prescription. NowRx announced it opened a new fulfillment center in Van Nuys. The service uses robots and AI to fill prescriptions and commercial fulfillment space instead of retail space.
Starting today, Friday, April 30, 14 new channels from ViacomCBS are available on Disney's Hulu Plus Live TV, including Comedy Central, BET, Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., VH1, MTV and TV Land. It's part of ViacomCBS' hybrid model for content distribution.
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On this episode of "Behind Her Empire", hear from One Potato CEO and founder Catherine McCord. McCord started her career as a supermodel, returned to culinary school and emerged with a blog that led to a book series and, ultimately, an organic, family-oriented meal delivery service.