Karen Radziner

Managing Producer, To the Point & Which Way LA?

KCRW Staff/Producer

Managing producer of To the Point and Which Way, L.A.?

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The national press has rediscovered Antonio Villaraigosa, now that he's become president of the US Conference of Mayors. Will he have time to govern LA?

Does Antonio Villaraigosa Have Time to Be Mayor of LA?

The national press has rediscovered Antonio Villaraigosa, now that he's become president of the US Conference of Mayors. Will he have time to govern LA?

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The prospects for attacking Iran's nuclear program have been the main topic of Netanyahu's visit to Washington. What about today’s notice that 6-party talks will resume?

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Undocumented workers aren't allowed to get a driver's license and pay a high price for minor violations. Now penalties are being relaxed, aggravating an ongoing controversy.

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Undocumented workers aren't allowed to get a driver's license and pay a high price for minor violations. Now penalties are being relaxed, aggravating an ongoing controversy.

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