Jeremy Jacobs

Greenwire

Guest

Legal reporter for Greenwire, a non-partisan environmental news service

Jeremy Jacobs on KCRW

The  Clean Truck Program  was enacted in 2008, and immediately challenged by the American Trucking Association.

US Supreme Court Takes Up Port's Clean Air Policy

The Clean Truck Program was enacted in 2008, and immediately challenged by the American Trucking Association.

from Which Way, L.A.?

More from KCRW

Political violence is up. But commentator Joe Mathews says elected officials are not just victims of angry constituents, but often perpetrators of poisonous politics themselves.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

California’s pretensions have acquired real weight.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

LA’s annual homeless count determines how resources get distributed to the region’s unhoused residents.

from Greater LA

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?

from Greater LA

The California Botanic Garden in Claremont has a Noah’s Ark of native plants. That’s where freezers preserve seeds from plants that might go extinct.

from Greater LA

Lisa Marie’s sudden death, at age 54, has more women thinking about heart health. The CDC says heart disease is now the leading cause of death for women in the U.S.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Mel’s Drive-in Restaurant in Santa Monica is an example of Googie architecture: a retro futuristic style featuring stretched roofs, large glass windows, and neon signs.

from Greater LA

Unable to develop the land, the Bruce family decided to sell Bruce’s Beach back to LA County for $20 million. KCRW speaks to the attorney representing the family.

from Greater LA

Sue Carpenter ran a pirate radio station called KBLT from her Silver Lake apartment in the late 90s. Now it’s been reimagined as an interactive experience.

from Greater LA