Travel to the sand dunes of El Centro where portions of a wooden plank road, which once stretched from Imperial County to Yuma, Arizona have been preserved.
Huell samples some unique and tasty frozen specialties imported from Mexico and Singapore.
You all are probably wondering what a glass beach is?
There is a wheelwright shop, steam powered sawmill, and even a Miwok village where you can visit with members of the tribe and learn about their beliefs and traditions.
Trump Administration proposal that would clear the way for oil drilling along U.S. coastal waters, including sites off Southern California.
Some of our most popular environmental stories of 2017 helped us understand our environment, showcased its beauty and described the challenges it faces.
An exploration of the environmental movement — grassroots and global activism spanning fifty years from conservation to climate change.
Tom Goldtooth, executive director of the Indigenous Environmental Network, discusses his recent report titled “Carbon Pricing: A Critical Perspective for Community Resistance."
Ellie helps you feel and look your best with tasty dishes that nourish your skin.
Host Laura Theodore prepares plant-based pasta recipes.
Today, Baskin-Robbins is nearly ubiquitous, with ice cream shops found everywhere from Canada to Colombia, the United Kingdom to Korea. Yet, the roots of this globally dominant brand run deep in suburban Los Angeles.
Host Christopher Kimball travels to Chiang Mai, Thailand to get lessons in Thai cooking from Andy Ricker of Pok Pok fame.
While more than 4.5 million commuters walk, bike, drive, rideshare or take public transit to get to their jobs, transit ridership has declined more than 19% since 2013.
If you know where to look, you can find a few shadows of L.A’.s insatiable need for speed.
In 1980, the new glass-and-steel cathedral made a bold statement about Orange County's thriving evangelical community. By 2010, Crystal Cathedral Ministries had filed for bankruptcy.
From terrifying floods to sleek new freeways, KCET unearthed a trove of stories that reflected who we were, and perhaps will offer a glimpse of where we're heading.
Congress is lurching toward a government shutdown as Republicans failed to reach agreement on a bill that would keep federal agencies funded past a Friday deadline.
Lavish bash for California politicians and lobbyists gets a #MeToo makeover
KCET's Val Zavala is retiring. Complete a "Val-entine" to share your memories.
New York City Councilmember Jumaane Williams was arrested along with 17 others as they attempted to block an ambulance being used to transport Ravi Ragbir to immigration detention last week.
To learn the truth about his sister's mysterious disappearance, a young man infiltrates a hotel in the guise of a footman and begins an investigation.
KCET's weekly news magazine investigates and reports on the issues that affect Southern California, from the economy to the environment.
"Meals Ready to Eat" travels coast to coast and abroad exploring the foodie culture and gourmet culinary practices of the military-veteran community.
"The Migrant Kitchen" explores Los Angeles’ booming food scene through the eyes of a new generation of chefs whose cuisine is inspired by the immigrant experience.
The Honorable Miss Phryne Fisher is a thoroughly modern woman of the late 1920s operating in a mostly male world.
"Lost LA" brings SoCal history to life by marrying archival materials with innovative forms of documentary storytelling.
This half-hour retrospective reviews Zavala's role in covering some of the region's most critical events and key influencers.
While urban California flourishes, small towns in its arid interior are stripped for parts.