Anna Scott

KCRW Staff

Anna Scott is a reporter for KCRW, focused on housing and homelessness. She created KCRW's podcast Samaritans, and reported for its 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

Los Angeles voters have identified homelessness as the top issue in the election for LA’s next mayor.

Memorial Day special: LA mayoral candidates debate homelessness solutions

Los Angeles voters have identified homelessness as the top issue in the election for LA’s next mayor.

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Business is booming for a maker of the prefab homeless shelters known as tiny homes. Can a company banking on homelessness also help alleviate it?

Tiny home company cashes in on the homelessness crisis

Business is booming for a maker of the prefab homeless shelters known as tiny homes. Can a company banking on homelessness also help alleviate it?

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“CARE Court” aims to help Californians with mental health and addiction disorders, but civil liberty activists question its effectiveness and legality.

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