San Clemente Green
Co-founder of San Clemente Green, a local grassroots organization working to address safety problems at the San Onofre reactors and other environmental issues in the area
The nuclear power reactors at San Onofre generated power off and on for 40 years, until they were shut down a year ago because of leakage from a tube for radioactive steam.
Jun. 11, 2013from Which Way, L.A.?
In January, at the nuclear plant on the coast near San Onofre, a tube carrying radioactive water sprung a leak and Southern California Edison shut down one of two massive reactors.
Mar. 28, 2012from Which Way, L.A.?
LA’s construction sites are still a hotbed of activity, deemed an essential service. Could they become hotbeds for COVID-19 too?
Apr. 2from KCRW Features
President Trump signs a $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill at the end of a very dramatic week.
Mar. 27from Left, Right & Center
With a lot of people now stuck at home, TV viewing across the country continues to spike. Viewers may be eager for new content.
Mar. 27from Hollywood Breakdown
The coronavirus pandemic, constitutional rights, and President Trump’s lawsuits
Mar. 26from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
This week, Governor Gavin Newsom announced California would be sending 500 ventilators across the United States to help local governments manage their surges of COVID-19 patients.
Apr. 9from KCRW Features
Undocumented housekeepers are losing work due to the coronavirus outbreak. They don’t qualify for unemployment income and may not be eligible for government bailout.
Mar. 27from KCRW Features
President Trump has finally changed course, seeing COVID-19 as no longer a “hoax.” Experts predict the pandemic could kill up to 200,000 Americans.
Apr. 2from To the Point
LA County now has more than 6,000 COVID-19 cases. Most of those cases probably won’t require hospitalization, so it falls on families to care for sick people in their homes.
Apr. 7from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
We’re supposed to stay home to limit the spread of coronavirus. But for those living with an abusive partner or family member, home could be the most dangerous place right now.
Apr. 1from Press Play with Madeleine Brand