Greater LA

Greater LA

Host Steve Chiotakis connects you to the people and places of Southern California.

Some disabled veterans are shut out of supportive housing due to VA disability income. It’s a catch-22 that reflects larger challenges in filling subsidized units.

If you put food scraps into a green bin with your yard waste, are you truly helping the planet? For LA residents, the answer is definitely yes.

As bumble bees decline, local volunteers fan out to find them. Together they’ll create the California Bumble Bee Atlas to help guide conservation decisions.

Sometimes the best way to cope with anxiety over the climate crisis is to focus on something you can control. So why not start with your trash?

Small businesses that support the film/TV industry are feeling the economic ripple effects of the ongoing Hollywood writers’ strike.

On this Memorial Day, Greater LA rebroadcasts two segments from its series on the history of LA’s street names.

After a record-breaking rainy season, LA’s hills are blanketed in fresh, green foliage. That’s great news for local foragers who spend their free time harvesting edible plants.

Last year, the state approved hundreds of millions of federal dollars to help child care providers through the pandemic. Eight months later, most payments haven't arrived.