winner of Pulitzer Prize for his 2017 coverage of the Ghost Ship fire for the East Bay Times; currently a reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle
Families of the people who died in the Oakland Ghost Ship fire three years ago are not happy with Thursday's verdicts. Two men were on trial. One defendant was found not guilty.
Sep. 6, 2019from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
“Does a judge turn a blind eye and let PG&E continue what you’re doing, let you keep killing people?” asked U.S. District Judge William Alsup in court on Wednesday.
Jan. 31, 2019from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
A Minnesota law firm released a report yesterday that lists 212 priests in the Bay Area that have been accused of sexual misconduct with children; 33 of them are in the San Jose…
Oct. 24, 2018from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
LA was once a destination for people who wanted to get away from crowded East Coast cities.
Mar. 27from Design and Architecture
The coronavirus could force California to dip into its reserves.
Mar. 12from Zócalo's Connecting California
As the first big wave of COVID-19 infections hit San Francisco and LA, some city dwellers want to ride out the pandemic in more rural environments.
Mar. 27from KCRW Features
As coronavirus fears and social distancing spread, Los Angeles became a ghost town over the weekend.
Mar. 16from News Stories
Michele Asselin’s photographs capture the shuttered Hollywood Park Race Track -- a place of fantasy and dreams, winning and losing.
Mar. 6from Zócalo's Connecting California
What are renters and landlords doing when rent is due on April 1? One LA City Councilman is fighting for a rent freeze.
Mar. 26from Greater LA
In a normal year, many Angeleno designers and showroom owners would be packing their bags soon to head to Milan for Salone del Mobile, the massive furniture fair.
Mar. 12from Design and Architecture
Would you choose to rent or own a condo in a multifamily building, or own a single family home?
Mar. 5from Design and Architecture
Governor Gavin Newsom's office projects that as many as 25 million Californians could contract COVID-19. Dr.
Mar. 20from KCRW Features