Justin Cross

KCRW Staff

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Political spending in California is not as high as in states with more contentious races, but party leaders still see the state as a place for some serious fundraising. In…

How politicians spend and fundraise in California

Political spending in California is not as high as in states with more contentious races, but party leaders still see the state as a place for some serious fundraising. In…

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We all do it, or at least have done it. We’re driving down the road, hear a ‘ping’ and instantly reach down to pull out our phone to see who…

Why is it so hard to stop texting and driving?

We all do it, or at least have done it. We’re driving down the road, hear a ‘ping’ and instantly reach down to pull out our phone to see who…

from News Stories

With LA Beer Week coming to a close this weekend and the start of Oktoberfest upon us, there are a lot of beer-drinking events going on around town (from a block party…

5 things to make you a savvy LA craft beer drinker

With LA Beer Week coming to a close this weekend and the start of Oktoberfest upon us, there are a lot of beer-drinking events going on around town (from a block party…

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