Anna Scott

Anna Scott

KCRW Staff

Anna Scott covers housing and homelessness for KCRW. She created and hosted KCRW's podcasts City of Tents: Veterans Row, Samaritans, and reported for its podcast There Goes the Neighborhood: Los Angeles. In addition to being a regular voice on KCRW's news programs, Scott frequently reports on LA's homelessness crisis for NPR's national shows. Before coming to KCRW, she worked as a print reporter. Her work has appeared in various local publications, including Bloomberg Businessweek and the Los Angeles Times.

Anna Scott on KCRW

KCRW’s departing reporter Anna Scott talks about the gains and setbacks in housing and homelessness — after eight years covering the beat.

Anna Scott reflects on 8 years of covering LA homelessness

KCRW’s departing reporter Anna Scott talks about the gains and setbacks in housing and homelessness — after eight years covering the beat.

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An affordable housing developer got $114 million from Gov. Newsom’s Homekey program. Now, with little to show for it, legal and financial problems are mounting.

Developer bungles Newsom’s affordable housing program

An affordable housing developer got $114 million from Gov. Newsom’s Homekey program. Now, with little to show for it, legal and financial problems are mounting.

from Greater LA

An affordable housing developer got $114 million from Gov. Newsom’s Homekey program. Now, with little to show for it, legal and financial problems are mounting.

Developer bungles Newsom’s affordable housing program

An affordable housing developer got $114 million from Gov. Newsom’s Homekey program. Now, with little to show for it, legal and financial problems are mounting.

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