Oct 21

L.A. River, Lawn Goodbye, Solar Panels, Gibbon Conservation Center

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Wed Oct 21 at 10:30PM on KCET-HD
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Fri Oct 23 at 10:30PM on KCET-HD
Sat Oct 24 at 12:30AM on KCET-HD
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Sun Oct 25 at 6:30PM on KCET-HD
Tue Oct 27 at 9:30PM on KCET-HD
Wed Oct 28 at 12:30AM on KCET-HD

"SoCal Connected" host Cara Santa Maria navigates the Los Angeles River to explore how restoration efforts are revitalizing the Elysian Valley.

As California's drought forces homeowners to reconsider their landscapes choices, does this mean the end of grassy lawns?

Rooftop solar panels are becoming easier to install and more affordable than ever, providing a growing number of homeowners with cost-effective renewable energy. But big utilities are lobbying against them. Derrick Shore finds out why.

Meet the rarest group of apes in the Western Hemisphere as Nick Hardcastle journeys inside the Gibbon Conservation Center.