Saul Gonzalez

Saul Gonzalez

Guest/Host/Producer, There Goes the Neighborhood

Saul Gonzalez is the host of There Goes the Neighborhood: Los Angeles and a reporter at KCRW. Saul has reported on such issues as California's sexual predator policies, high speed rail, the debate over right to die laws, and the struggles of LA's street vendors. Prior to his work in radio, Saul was the Los Angeles producer for PBS NewsHour, a reporter for the weekly magazine series "Religion & Ethics Newsweekly," and a producer and reporter for a variety of series and news specials on Los Angeles PBS affiliate KCET. During his television career, Saul reported on human rights abuses in Central America, Europe's struggles to assimilate its growing Muslim populations, and military tensions on the Korean Peninsula. He has been honored with eight Emmys and 10 Golden Mikes. He's also received the Radio Journalist of the Year Award two years in a row from the Los Angeles Press Club.

Saul Gonzalez on KCRW

Another horse died at the Santa Anita race track in Arcadia over the weekend. A 9-year-old gelding named Kochees was put down after being injured during a race.

Horse racing at Santa Anita still draws fans and money, despite thoroughbred deaths

Another horse died at the Santa Anita race track in Arcadia over the weekend. A 9-year-old gelding named Kochees was put down after being injured during a race.

from Greater LA

Patrick and Dava McCoy live in Mission Viejo, in a five-bedroom suburban tract home that used to feel much more spacious.

A move to Texas brings hope of an easier life, and a bigger house

Patrick and Dava McCoy live in Mission Viejo, in a five-bedroom suburban tract home that used to feel much more spacious.

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More than 20,000 people filled the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles earlier today to celebrate rapper Nipsey Hussle’s life.

Thousands gather to remember Nipsey Hussle

More than 20,000 people filled the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles earlier today to celebrate rapper Nipsey Hussle’s life.

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