Private Property sign in foreground with beach behind it | Still from "Access Denied" on SoCal Connected

'Ghosts of the LAPD' May Haunt Dorner Tragedy

So what does the ongoing Christopher Dorner case mean for the LAPD going forward? Madeleine talks to two experts: Joe Domanick, associate director of the Center on Media Crime and Justice and west coast bureau chief of, who wrote the definitive history of the LAPD, "To Protect and to Serve" -- and civil rights attorney Connie Rice, a longtime watchdog of the LAPD who was instrumental in forcing the department to make fundamental changes and the author of "Power Concedes Nothing."

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How hot will your neighborhood get? "SoCal Connected" looks at the ground-level effects of climate change on southern California.

  • 2020-11-04T21:00:00-08:00
  • 2020-11-07T11:00:00-08:00

The New Normal

California's wildfires are more severe and deadlier than ever before. Debates are raging as to what to do, who will pay for billions of dollars in damage and what can be done to lessen the destruction as California adjusts to its new normal: year-around fire.

  • 2020-11-11T21:00:00-08:00

Under the Influence

Influencers - they are powerful, persuasive, and they are everywhere. Marketers use them to reach you, to form what you buy, how you live, and what you do. You may not know it, but you could be living under the influence.

  • 2020-11-18T21:00:00-08:00

Jazz City

For decades Los Angeles has existed in the shadows of New York and Chicago when it comes to jazz, but that's now changing. L.A.'s jazz scene is on the upswing. Meet the people, places and sounds that are putting L.A. jazz back on the map. 

  • 2020-11-25T21:00:00-08:00