Artbound won in the "Arts" and "Feature Segment" categories at the 68th Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards.
A skeleton uncovered in the foundations of a swimming pool is identified as Cheryl - a young, pretty lottery winner reported missing 17 years ago.
Lenny is targeting the kingpin of judicial corruption, Richard Blakeney, to expose his network of bent policemen and corrupt judges.
A woman is brutally murdered in a hedgerow.
The wall would hurt animals and plants both common and endangered. And we just don't need it.
The technology, designed to make American ships safer during foriegn interventions, poses a risk to marine mammals.
New species aren't just discovered in remote rainforests. These two have been under our nose for 150 years.
If the Beagle had visited the Channel Islands, students would learn of Darwin's foxes instead of Darwin's finches.
Edamame are the immature pea pods of the soybean plant and have a long history in Japanese, Chinese, and Korean cuisines where they are sometimes placed on the table as a communal first course. This recipe is one way to recreate that experience at home.
Say “Mexican food” and many people picture an unhealthy cuisine composed of fried foods, smothered in cheese and sour cream. Two professors, however, believe traditional, indigenous food from Mexico is misunderstood and is actually extremely healthy.
As part of a larger effort around sustainability and the food system, UCSB has launched an innovative Food, Nutrition and Basic Skills Program. Two of those teaching students how to cook are chefs who have become campus celebrities: the UCSB Soup Guys.
The Haven family has grown deep roots in the state of California after 160 years of farming and ranching. The biggest product coming from the Haven farm, however, is not produce, but manure teas processed from the cows, farm’s horses and alfalfa.
A "mysterious upswelling" in 1946 startled residents of Wilmington, California.
Why was the city of Los Angeles so scared of modern art in the mid-20th century?
Karla Gutierrez and Paola Gonzalez, an 18 and 17-year-old from Animo Inglewood Charter High School, perform an original poem that gives a voice to the struggles immigrants have and continue to face in America.
In a community surrounded by desert as far as the eye can see, there’s a group of skateboarders, known as the ‘North Shore Misfits,’ who regularly turn the abandoned buildings and streets of North Shore and Mecca into their own makeshift skate park.
"It's imperative that we win this election to put good Democrats on the Supreme Court"
"Democracy Now!" hosts a debate between Green Party presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein and Ben Jealous, former NAACP president and CEO and a Bernie Sanders surrogate.
A Taiwanese immigrant is excited to be part of history at the DNC.
"There's a lot on the line for me, for my family and for my country."
KCET's weekly news magazine investigates and reports on the issues that affect Southern California, from the economy to the environment.
Artbound explores and illuminates the cultural issues of our times, providing critical in-depth analysis of how the arts and culture affects our society.
Venture off the beaten path to soak up the local culture, sample the cuisine, and revel in breathtaking vistas from around the world.
"Father Brown" follows a kindly cleric as he solves crimes in his community.
"... once the immigrant communities understand what [V.P. nominee Kaine's] values are they will come"
A graduate student at UCLA has a secret. He has chosen to live in his car.
Food scraps from UC Irvine’s commissary used to be sent to landfills where it produced destructive greenhouse gases.
Anyone driving past downtown L.A. at night has seen the colored lights on the top of the US Bank building.
Dave and Dan Buck can handle a deck of cards like Kobe can handle a basketball.
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