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Joe Buscaino

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Los Angeles City councilman; 15-year veteran with the Los Angeles Police Department and a lifetime resident of San Pedro, which is part of the 15th District

Joe Buscaino on KCRW

Saul Gonzalez hosts a live panel discussion about what happens as many working-class areas in Los Angeles gentrify and housing costs rise.

There Goes the Neighborhood LIVE: Who Benefits When a Neighborhood Improves?

Saul Gonzalez hosts a live panel discussion about what happens as many working-class areas in Los Angeles gentrify and housing costs rise.

from There Goes the Neighborhood

Homeless encampments in L.A. have almost doubled in the past two years, according to the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority.

L.A. Tries a New Tactic for Homeless Encampments

Homeless encampments in L.A. have almost doubled in the past two years, according to the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The LA City Council has been described as "ideologically homogenous," where members who disagree don't vote "no" but call in sick to protect the image of tranquility.

Can a New Member Shake Up the LA City Council?

The LA City Council has been described as "ideologically homogenous," where members who disagree don't vote "no" but call in sick to protect the image of tranquility.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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Inside a Los Angeles private school classroom, sophomores in an AP History class discussed the Mueller Report.

from KCRW Features

On the Western edge of Los Angeles County near the suburbs of Chatsworth and Simi Valley, a battle has raged for decades over a the Santa Susana Field Lab, a toxin-filled former…

from KCRW Features

It’s the team that’s had to deal with a geography and identity crisis for years, with some of the most supportive fans in Major League Baseball. The L.A.

from LA Observed

If you have driven by the intersection of Sunset and Western over the last few years you may have noticed a yellow-wrapped, half-finished big box.

from Design and Architecture

MOCA’s new director Klaus Biesenbach plans to restore “luminosity” -- and, maybe, water -- to the Grand Avenue building, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning Arata Isozaki.

from Design and Architecture

Those who cast their ballot in the LA Unified School Board election at a local school or church likely did so for the last time.

from LA Observed

After finding herself abandoned by society after leaving prison, Susan Burton became the aid she and so many others in her position needed.

from Scheer Intelligence

A disastrous rail extension in the heart of San Francisco is unfortunately business as usual in California.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

Some people in Merced had high hopes for the bullet train, but now the Central Valley city will just be the terminus of a train line to nowhere.

from Zócalo's Connecting California