The L.A. Press Club Award nominations are out. We wanted to take a moment to say how proud we are of our staff of talented journalists and producers who work…
May. 24, 2017from Members
The Anza-Borrego desert, just a few hours away from Los Angeles, is currently packed with blooming wildflowers, sweet smells and rusty dinosaurs. Visiting the Super Bloom is a fun way…
Mar. 17, 2017from News Stories
From KCRW’s Program Director Gary Scott: For us, there’s no contest: Kajon Cermak is the poet laureate of L.A. traffic. But, of course, we are proud and gratified to see…
Oct. 3, 2016from Members
From political action to banning plastics, humans are finding ways to confront climate change.
Sep. 19from News Stories
The Getty Fire has burned more than 650 acres, and is only 5% contained as of this morning.
Oct. 29from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The Easy Fire has burned more than 1,700 acres and is 10% contained. 26,000 people are estimated to be affected. Some 800 firefighters are on the scene.
Oct. 30from KCRW Features
One homeowner was foreclosed on earlier this year because of her participation in a program which provides LA County homeowners with no-money-down loans for eco-friendly home…
Sep. 17from Greater LA
It was a record breaking year for KCRW’s 7th Annual Radio Race . We listened to 165 total submissions — the most yet — and narrowed those down to 11 finalists.
Aug. 30from Arts & Culture Stories
Electric vehicles seem to be the way of the future, especially for people who want to reduce their carbon footprint. But if you’re a renter, where are you doing most of your charging?
Sep. 30from Greater LA
A gripping documentary documents the surprising role drug cartels and illegal traffickers are playing in the looming extinction of a rare whale.
Oct. 25from Scheer Intelligence
Fires ravaged San Diego in 2007, and scheduled power shut-offs caused chaos. Since then, the city has made improvements to their power grid and their scheduled outage procedures.
Oct. 18from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
As fires continue to chew through the parched Southern California brush, all that smoke can cause health problems. How dangerous is that smoke, and what can you do to protect yourself?
Oct. 29from Greater LA