Former Congresswoman Katie Hill, a Democrat from Santa Clarita, surprised political watchers by flipping the longtime Republican district in 2018.
Feb. 24from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
California district attorneys are using an algorithm to expunge some 85,000 marijuana-related convictions. The tech identifies eligible cases, allowing prosecutors to comply with Prop 64.
Feb. 23from NPR
Los Angeles and 14 other California counties are rolling out changes for voters ahead of the state’s March 3 primary.
Feb. 21from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
“We think the state will add about 300 new license stores and delivery services in 2020, and that's adding to the 600 that already exist.
Feb. 21from KCRW Features
A well-considered guide to coaching is taking some of the tyranny out of youth sports.
Feb. 20from Zócalo's Connecting California
The bill's sponsor says he was "disturbed by the striking parallels" between the treatment of Japanese-Americans during World War II and current U.S. immigration policy.
Feb. 20from NPR
Today at 12:15 PM, Pete Buttigieg is participating in a town hall at USC Bovard Auditorium. He also has an evening fundraiser for his campaign.
Feb. 20from News Stories
Bayard Rustin, a member of the LGBTQ community, was posthumously pardoned by Governor Newsom two weeks ago. In 1953, he was arrested in Pasadena for having sex in a parked car.
Feb. 19from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The Influence of Sunset Magazine in California and the West
Sunset magazine was launched in 1898 by the Southern Pacific Railroad to lure Easterners to California. In the late…
Feb. 18from Design and Architecture
"It is important to know that these people being released from quarantine pose no health risk to the surrounding community," a CDC press officer said in a statement to NPR.
Feb. 18from NPR
LA District Attorney Jackie Lacey this week dismissed 66,000 marijuana-related convictions in the county.
Feb. 14from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The Sacramento-based newspaper giant McClatchy filed for bankruptcy today. This could affect several newspapers in California, including the Sacramento Bee.
Feb. 13from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
You are cleared for takeoff now, but come October the government may deem you too big a risk to fly.
Feb. 13from Zócalo's Connecting California
On a recent Sunday, a couple hundred people raised their hands at a worship service at Scripps College, where the choir forewent traditional hymnals to sing Beyonce’s chart-topping…
Feb. 11from Greater LA
Emerging from the CDC's first quarantine in more than 50 years, one of the evacuees tells NPR that while people are excited, "we're kind of sad saying our goodbyes to each other."
Feb. 11from NPR
President Donald Trump took credit for a strong economy today, in his speech after the Senate acquitted him in his impeachment trial: “If we didn’t win, the stock market would’ve…
Feb. 6from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Joe Biden is facing a possibly insurmountable obstacle in his bid for the presidency: his name.
Feb. 6from Zócalo's Connecting California
Roughly 95% of commercially caught lobster in California is shipped to China, where customers are willing to pay premium prices.
Feb. 6from KCRW Features
California Governor Gavin Newsom wants to halt physical education testing to help protect kids from body shaming, bullying, and gender identity discrimination.
Feb. 4from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Researchers tried to help low-income workers sign up for free money with letters and text messages. They failed.
Feb. 4from NPR