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California got about 18 trillion gallons of rain in February, which is enough to fill 27 million Olympic-sized pools.
Mar. 1from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Federal, state and local agencies are reminding home owners there's not much time until January, when massive storms are predicted from the El Niño condition in the Pacific Ocean.
Dec. 10, 2015from Which Way, L.A.?
LA exists thanks to imported water. But does it have to?
Dec. 8, 2015from Design and Architecture
A bill in Sacramento called SB50 would override local zoning rules to legalize small and mid-size apartment buildings around public transit and job centers.
May. 8from Design and Architecture
As it celebrates its 100 th birthday, UCLA can take pride in being the most important institute of higher education in the state.
May. 9from Zócalo's Connecting California
On the Western edge of Los Angeles County near the suburbs of Chatsworth and Simi Valley, a battle has raged for decades over a the Santa Susana Field Lab, a toxin-filled former…
Mar. 27from KCRW Features
It may look like business as usual on a Friday night at Jumbo’s Clown Room in Hollywood. A lingerie-clad dancer shimmies up the pole, arches back, and drops to the floor.
Mar. 4from KCRW Features
Bernie Sanders and his 2016 campaign helped usher in a new generation of politicians and brought several progressive ideas to the Democratic Party platform.
Feb. 22from The Mixer
For many Californians, Tax Day this year means writing a check to Uncle Sam.
Apr. 12from The Mixer
California’s death penalty was dysfunctional, but it did serve one important purpose.
Mar. 21from Zócalo's Connecting California
Alex Villanueva has a mandate and he does not care who – or what – gets in his way. At least, that’s how the newly minted Sheriff of L.A.
Mar. 29from The Mixer
Over 100 years ago “nature boys” and TB sufferers came to Southern California seeking its healthful sun.
Apr. 2from Design and Architecture