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Austin Cross is a Producer for KPCC's Take Two program.
Austin came to KPCC from CBS Radio where he worked for both KNX and KFWB, booking and producing news segments and programs on myriad topics, from finance and technology to culture and issues of race.
Austin is a Southern Californian and graduated from Azusa Pacific University. In addition to producing, he has guest hosted on KFWB.
Stories by Austin Cross
School shootings are part of our reality in America. One security expert says prevention should always be top of mind for school administrators and students.
Four heartwarming tales that can only happen in the City of Angels.
Today on State of Affairs:
Looking for an LAPD ledger from 1925? How about a block-by-block sketchbook of L.A.'s streets from 1896? This antiquarian book fair has both.
Democrats in the House aren't happy that the new budget package contains no fix for DACA. Some fear they're losing their leverage.
At least half of 14 incumbent Republicans were outraised by opponents in 2017. But is money an indicator of future success?
The L.A.-based physician spent $500 million for the newspaper, ending its rocky relationship with parent company Tronc, which owns the Chicago Tribune.
Assemblywoman Melendez's bill to shield whistleblowers in the legislature was shelved in the Senate four times. On Thursday, lawmakers passed it unanimously.
The fight over a controversial memo has put two California members of Congress in the spotlight.
The framework released Thursday has detractors on both sides of the political aisle — so is there room for compromise?
Was Senator Dianne Feinstein feeling pressure from the left when she voted against a stopgap funding bill? Plus, other political news from the Golden State this week.
California's never seen a governor like Brown, and isn't likely to see one again anytime soon.
Getting the Senate and House to agree on a deal would be a tremendous feat. Crafting a plan that the President would support too? Good luck.
Safir Wazed been in the US for 20 years and is now a grad student. He doesn't understand why agreeing on a permanent DACA fix is so hard.
With no fix for Dreamers on the table, some lawmakers are threatening to block the bill, including Senator Kamala Harris.