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: 2020-03-15T15:55:48-07:00
On Sunday, as the number of COVID-19 cases increased to 335 in California, including six deaths, Gov. Gavin Newsom called on operators of bars and nightclubs to close.
Post date: 2020-02-26T15:43:20-08:00
Cats helped UC Davis vets who treated them study the medical effects that burns and smoke, and perhaps stress, have on the feline heart, which could help doctors understand how an increase in wildfires affects the human body.
Post date: 2020-02-20T17:30:44-08:00
Los Angeles voters face some key decisions on March 3, deciding how to replace a Congresswoman knocked out of office with a personal scandal or whether they want a public defender to run the District Attorney’s Office.
Post date: 2020-02-19T15:35:43-08:00
SoCal Connected recently joined the firefighters at Station 9 for a 24-hour shift, responding with them on call after call, allowing the pictures, firefighters and Skid Row residents to tell their own story.
Post date: 2020-02-11T16:49:48-08:00
Hundreds of police records come to light during a massive and unprecedented joint media effort across the state to examine police officers’ disciplinary files once held in secrecy but recently made public.
Post date: 2020-01-31T16:55:34-08:00
According to numbers provided by the district to SoCal Connected, the ratio of students to college counselors is 690 to 1. It's worse in schools with student bodies comprised predominantly with children of color: 750:1.