Helen Jeong

Helen Jeong

KCRW Staff

Helen Jeong is the Manager of News Operations at KCRW, overseeing Morning Edition, All Things Considered and the Digital News team. She has extensive newsroom and editorial leadership experience from her tenures at CNN Washington DC, Netflix, KTLA and KNX News/CBS Radio Los Angeles. Helen is a big fan of naps, the Los Angeles Dodgers, Korean food, yoga, and hiking with her husband and their fur-baby, Holly. 

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Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón vows to run for a second term, saying he feels vindicated after surviving two recall campaigns against him.

DA Gascón wants reelection to fix ‘40 years of bad policy’

Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón vows to run for a second term, saying he feels vindicated after surviving two recall campaigns against him.

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Three decades after Rodney King was pulled over for a traffic violation and beaten by the LAPD, law enforcement officers are now learning to reduce pretextual stops.

Hopelessly racist ‘pretextual stops’ are bad for public safety, says LA lawmaker

Three decades after Rodney King was pulled over for a traffic violation and beaten by the LAPD, law enforcement officers are now learning to reduce pretextual stops.

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Senator Dianne Feinstein’s mental condition has caused a sense of pain among her colleagues, says Tal Kopan, a San Francisco Chronicle correspondent.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s mental decline triggers painful talks

Senator Dianne Feinstein’s mental condition has caused a sense of pain among her colleagues, says Tal Kopan, a San Francisco Chronicle correspondent.

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