Drones Rising | KCET
Drones Rising: Correspondent Angie Crouch looks at how drones may soon fight fires, fly search and rescue missions, monitor tornadoes and report traffic tie-ups - and the growing controversy over drones being used for surveillance and assassination. Then Val Zavala talks to privacy experts John Villasenor of the Brookings Institute and ACLU's Peter Bibring. In the studio Madeleine Brand speaks with Joe Domanick, Associate Director of The Center on Media Crime and Justice and author of the definitive history of the LAPD called "To Protect and to Serve" and with author and civil rights attorney Connie Rice about the LAPD and the Christopher Dorner case.
Season 7, Episode 24
Young girls sold on the streets of L.A. are victims of human trafficking.
Weekly hug sessions give people the benefits of human touch.
Classic automobiles get new life without losing their weathered charm.
Historical footage of a dangerous Hollywood intersection before traffic signals.
Season 7, Episode 25
Homeless people living in cars and vans need safe overnight parking. Does Santa Barbara have the solution?
A scientist at the Huntington Botanical Gardens is finding a way to freeze succulents that could go extinct.
The Eco-Village is an "intentional community" of people who live sustainably, affordably and cooperatively in the middle of LA.
Penguins at the Aquarium of the Pacific enjoy chasing virtual mice on an iPad.