Jeff Gottlieb

Los Angeles Times

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Senior writer with the Los Angeles Times; was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service in 2011 with Ruben Vives for their investigation of the Bell, CA corruption scandal

Jeff Gottlieb on KCRW

KCET was PBS’ flagship TV station in LA -- the second largest market in the country. Eight years ago, it dropped its ties with PBS.

How will KCET-KOCE merger affect LA broadcasting?

KCET was PBS’ flagship TV station in LA -- the second largest market in the country. Eight years ago, it dropped its ties with PBS.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Los Angeles has seen a decline this year in infections of the deadly West Nile Virus.

With West Nile, Who Are the Real Pests?

Los Angeles has seen a decline this year in infections of the deadly West Nile Virus.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Today was “the Big One” for the city of Bell, one of California’s poorest cities.

Bell Scandal Sentencing and Corruption Beyond

Today was “the Big One” for the city of Bell, one of California’s poorest cities.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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This year, scientists used lasers to harness solar power. NASA released stunning images from the James Webb Telescope and moved an asteroid off its course.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Massive solar projects will help California reach renewable energy goals, but not without costs to fragile desert ecosystems.

from Greater LA

Deadly mass shootings occurred in Half Moon Bay and Oakland on Monday, following Saturday’s massacre in Monterey Park.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

By a quirk of redistricting, no one who lives in Monterey represents the county in Sacramento. Commentator Joe Mathews says that’s evidence our districts are way too big.

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An e-bike lending library hopes to get people out of their cars in the San Fernando Valley. But it’s an uphill battle. The wholesale price of gas is way down in most of the U.S.

from Greater LA

Monterey Park, the site of a mass shooting on Saturday after the city’s annual Lunar New Year ended, is home to Asian immigrants and mom-and-pop businesses.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

California is home to the world’s most breathtaking places. But Zocalo Columnist Joe Mathews says its nature also makes it a challenging place to live.

2nd Chance Soul Food Fish Fry, a casual restaurant in Ladera Heights, offers job opportunities to formerly incarcerated men and women who live in transitional housing.

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