Anna Scott

Reporter, KCRW

KCRW Staff/Producer

Anna Scott is a reporter and producer for KCRW, focused on housing. She reported for KCRW's podcast There Goes the Neighborhood: Los Angeles. Before that, she produced Madeleine Brand's news program "Press Play," and Warren Olney's "To the Point" and "Which Way, LA?" Anna reports regularly on homelessness for NPR's national programs. She's previously written for Bloomberg Businessweek, the Los Angeles Times and various local publications.

Anna Scott on KCRW

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L.A.'s love affair with cars has been long and passionate. Maybe that's why so many of us are willing to go into debt to drive them.

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Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin released an audit today of Proposition HHH, the billion dollar bond that voters passed in 2016 to build new housing for the homeless.   
  The…

Billion dollar housing project for LA’s homeless is plagued by runaway costs and delays

Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin released an audit today of Proposition HHH, the billion dollar bond that voters passed in 2016 to build new housing for the homeless.  The…

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