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: 2020-05-21T17:21:34-07:00
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.
Post date: 2020-05-13T16:01:47-07:00
The Rev. Albert Avenido fiddled with the wires connecting the sound board to the cameras, microphones and recording equipment. He and his assistant worked late the night before to be ready for mass.
Post date: 2020-05-09T14:27:24-07:00
Off-limits during the COVID-19 pandemic, trails at Temescal Canyon and other areas were allowed to reopen, giving Los Angeles-area residents tired of staying indoors a chance to get some exercise and enjoy nature.
Post date: 2020-05-08T15:52:54-07:00
On Friday, small business owners forced to shut down for two months opened with the hope that face-covered customers would return, even if they could only do so by stopping at the curb for pickup.
What Are Southern California Colleges Planning for the Fall? Here’s a Quick Guide to What SoCal Connected FoundPost date: 2020-05-08T12:22:14-07:00
The COVID-19 pandemic has created uncertainties about when -- and even if -- colleges can resume. Here is the latest on what colleges have announced.