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: 2020-04-03T14:59:00-07:00
About 35 nurses protested Friday outside UCI Medical Center in Orange, charging that they are risking their lives on the frontline against the COVID-19 outbreak because they are told to not wear surgical masks throughout their shifts.
Post date: 2020-04-01T16:28:48-07:00
Gov. Gavin Newsom and many county and city officials statewide have enacted moratoriums on evictions and elicited support from banks to help those unable to pay rent and mortgages. Here are some key questions affecting renters and homeowners.
Post date: 2020-03-31T17:44:57-07:00
During the last few weeks, the air quality in Southern California officially has been cleaner, a fact that has gotten the attention of climate change advocates and proponents for reducing emissions.
Post date: 2020-03-30T15:50:19-07:00
Nancy Spear said she’s known for years that her tech service helps some seniors get through the day. Now, with the pandemic forcing everyone to stay home, some of her clients are relying on her.
Post date: 2020-03-26T14:32:48-07:00
For Martini and the thousands of others in her profession, the future of the real estate market in Southern California is unknown. Experts say it's too soon to know what will happen to the market and how the pandemic will affect prices.
Post date: 2020-03-20T14:26:42-07:00
For gig workers, or independent contractors, like Gonzalez, Kreiswirth and Gache, the shutdowns of workplaces, nightclubs, bars and restaurants, as well as the need to maintain 6-foot distance from other people, is having a significant financial impact.