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: 2020-05-01T16:01:23-07:00
Americans drove 74 billion fewer miles during a week in April, eliminating millions of tons of greenhouse gases normally thrust into the atmosphere.
Post date: 2020-05-01T13:11:29-07:00
Throughout the nation, parents ready to spend thousands of dollars on their children’s education and housing don’t know whether their money will be well-spent, whether stay-at-home orders will turn freshmen college experiences into remote learning, and if
Post date: 2020-04-29T16:20:17-07:00
For weeks now, wildlife has been allowed to move freely about the park since officials closed the mountains and valleys to humans to stem the COVID-19 pandemic. Yosemite’s empty, harkening back to an earlier time before humans invaded it.
Recycling Efforts Take a Hit During COVID-19 Pandemic, but Officials Say Keep Filling Your Blue BinsPost date: 2020-04-24T15:31:42-07:00
As an unfortunate result of the COVID-19 crisis, recycling facilities have gotten only about half of Los Angeles city residents' blue bin contents since stay-at-home orders began in mid-March.
Post date: 2020-04-22T09:39:41-07:00
Equipment stashed around Southern California to measure earthquakes like early Wednesday’s 3.7 temblor detected the sudden decline in human activity that occurred last month.
Post date: 2020-04-17T17:49:14-07:00
Normally travelled daily by commuters heading through Playa Vista to the South Bay beach cities, Culver Boulevard is in danger, the same experienced in business districts across Southern California and the United States.