Host Steve Chiotakis connects you to the people and places of Southern California.
Many veterinary clinics slashed their hours during the pandemic, causing a backlog of appointments that’s putting extra stress on an already burnt-out, under-staffed workforce.
Sherman Indian High School in Riverside is still thriving, and its mission is to support tribal traditions and identities.
The U.S. confirmed its first case of the Omicron COVID-19 variant in California today.
After sitting empty for a year and a half, The Paramount in Boyle Heights is open to live music once more, and KCRW DJ José Galván has been tapped to curate its upcoming shows.
Homelessness is one of LA’s most divisive issues, and politicians are fighting over what to do about it.
Nurses were physically and mentally fried before COVID-19 took over, and the pandemic has only made things worse.
This holiday season is being rocked by a global supply chain crunch and rising prices. So instead of buying a physical gift, turn toward experiences.
“You know those shows where you can choose your own ending? Well, in LA, you can choose your own city,” Steve Martin says.
Angelenos are no strangers to coyotes lurking in our neighborhoods. Sometimes they stay in the shadows, but sometimes they are much more present.
The period between Thanksgiving and New Year is often called the “most wonderful time of the year,” and it’s also the most wasteful.
Students and staff at Anaheim High School voted to keep their mascot, “the Colonist,” despite accusations that it’s culturally insensitive and racist.
“Chicano I & II: The Mexican American Heritage Series” aired on KNBC-TV in July of 1971 and examined history from the Chicano perspective.
Joel Wachs, who sat on the LA City Council from 1971 to 2001, explains the dramatic shift in LA politics during the 1970s, and why he chose to stay closeted for most of his life.
Paul Thomas Anderson looks back on growing up in LA and realizing he didn’t need to go to film school to make movies, and explains why winning awards is the last thing on his mind when…
The LA Auto Show is back in action after being canceled last year due to COVID, and the spotlight has shifted from internal combustion engines (ICE) to electric vehicles (EVs).
It’s been two months since Carson residents started smelling rotten eggs and getting headaches. LA County declared a state of emergency and paid for thousands of hotel rooms.
A couple of solo exhibitions in LA feature artists who mix landscapes with history, mythology, and more to create abstract paintings. One is at Smart Objects in Echo Park.
Who have you missed most during the pandemic — a dear friend you've only seen on Zoom, your uncle with too many political opinions, your grandchildren who are outgrowing their clothes…
Democrats swept all seven Congressional seats in Orange County in 2018. The county was a GOP stronghold for decades.
For the first time in the 68-year history of the California School for the Deaf in Riverside, their football team is one game away from capturing the division championship.