Host Steve Chiotakis connects you to the people and places of Southern California.
Kieran Wright has been spending his pandemic creating small scale replicas of LA’s most historic and quintessential businesses.
On the heels of devastating storms and collapse of the power grid in Texas, the question for Californians is: Are there key takeaways from that debacle that can be applied in the…
LA County reached 20,000 COVID-19 deaths this week.
For the first time in the school’s history, Ulysses S. Grant High School in Valley Glen won the Academic Decathlon for the Los Angeles Unified School District.
At a greenhouse in La Jolla, California, scientists are trying to harness the carbon-sucking power of plants to clean up the atmosphere.
A group of LAUSD parents who want schools to reopen participated in a Zoom blackout this week.
The 51-mile LA River meanders from Canoga Park, through the San Fernando Valley and downtown LA, and out to sea in Long Beach.
A restoration project for the long-suffering Ballona Wetlands is moving forward after the California Department of Fish and Wildlife certified the final Environmental Impact Report for…
Kedren Community Health Center primarily serves Black and Latino Angelenos who have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic.
The deregulation of electric utilities in California has been an issue for years.
People ages 65 and up can currently get vaccinated against COVID-19 in LA County. But the public health department says fewer than half of that age group have received the first dose.
President Biden aims to tackle immigration reform in the early days of his administration. Progressives are pushing him to go big.
The inside of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art has been closed to the public because of the pandemic and construction.
UCSB's Resilience Summit and Certificate Program is meant to equip participants with tips and tools for taking the mental edge off the pandemic.
In the back room of a downtown LA flower shop, Maurice Harris carefully applies a layer of blueish-grey eyeshadow.
After winning a hotly-contested election, LA County’s new district attorney took over the nation’s largest prosecutorial outfit in late 2020.
The Prince family moved from Nashville, Tennessee to Antelope Valley, California with a mouthwatering recipe. They left an indelible mark on LA’s food scene.
In LA, skyrocketing costs of living and a pandemic are highlighting the economic inequalities of a city known for glitz, glamour, and Hollywood happy endings.
California politicians and environmental activists are working to pass a Right to Repair bill to make it easier to fix technology and reduce the e-waste going to landfills.
New data in Orange County about who’s been vaccinated (and who hasn’t) is raising questions about how equitable the process has been.