Chase Scheinbaum | KCET
He is a 2012 graduate of Columbia Journalism School, where he focused on magazine writing, investigative journalism and video storytelling. He is the winner of a 2008 Associated Press feature-writing award. He lives in Los Angeles.
Post date: 2014-12-04T11:12:00-08:00
Too often, streets in Los Angeles are newly paved only to be sliced into so that work can be performed under them. That weakens the road's surface and the life of the street is shortened.
Post date: 2014-11-12T10:02:19-08:00
A breakdown of treated human waste in Los Angeles: Where does it go and how is it used?
Post date: 2014-11-12T07:05:23-08:00
For many who have lost the use of their legs, walking again can only be a dream. But for some, a futuristic new technology is beginning to change that.
Post date: 2014-11-05T05:05:27-08:00
A roundup of the statewide and local measures and offices.
Post date: 2014-10-17T10:00:21-07:00
In 1992, L.A. County voters approved a tax called Prop A to fund a wide variety of projects for parks and open spaces.
Post date: 2014-10-14T07:15:00-07:00
Perhaps due to the state's parched condition, legislators in Sacramento finally voted to put an overhaul of the state's water system.