Larry Altman | KCET
Larry Altman is a veteran Southern California reporter who has been covering crime and court cases for three decades. He was named the Society of Professional Journalists' Distinguished Journalist in 2006.
Post date: 2020-06-26T17:02:27-07:00
So many survivors of COVID-19 victims are dealing with the natural grief that follows a loved one’s death. But the virus made things different.
Police Reform Movement Sparks New Interest in Dividing Coroner and Sheriff Functions in Some California CountiesPost date: 2020-06-19T18:33:07-07:00
Chris Silva speaks regularly about his brother’s death and writes online. Recently, he has taken part in Black Lives Matter rallies following the death of George Floyd, who died as a Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes.
Post date: 2020-06-02T10:18:31-07:00
George Floyd’s death has again triggered demands for police reform and an end to racism — the same cry that occurred almost 30 years ago when King survived a brutal beating at the hands of LAPD.
Post date: 2020-05-29T17:33:38-07:00
Crows, mockingbirds, house sparrows, house finches, orioles and even some peafowl are attracting attention all over Southern California, sparking interest in bird watching and birding websites.
Post date: 2020-05-21T17:21:34-07:00
The University of California Board of Regents voted unanimously Thursday to eliminate ACT and SAT exams as admissions requirements, setting aside the controversial tests that many believe favor the wealthy.
Post date: 2020-05-20T17:27:33-07:00
For zoo workers deemed essential -- the zookeepers, hospital workers and others who care for and feed the animals -- life has gone on as usual during the break.