Jenna Kagel

Radio producer

Radio producer

Jenna Kagel on KCRW

Olvera Street is an LA tourist attraction that’s been around for 92 years. When it turns 100, will any of its legacy businesses still be here?

Replay: Born & Razed: What’s the future of business, immigration, culture for Olvera Street?

Olvera Street is an LA tourist attraction that’s been around for 92 years. When it turns 100, will any of its legacy businesses still be here?

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It could take weeks to get official results of the midterms. KCRW looks at where candidates stand in key California House races, and the battles for LA’s next mayor and sheriff.

Why does LA take so long to count votes in midterm elections?

It could take weeks to get official results of the midterms. KCRW looks at where candidates stand in key California House races, and the battles for LA’s next mayor and sheriff.

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Proposition 31 aims to ban the sale of almost all flavored tobacco in cigarettes, vapes, and enhancers in California.

Proposition 31 could smoke out flavored tobacco sales

Proposition 31 aims to ban the sale of almost all flavored tobacco in cigarettes, vapes, and enhancers in California.

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