Eric Zassenhaus Assistant Managing Editor, Digital
Eric Zassenhaus is a Sr. Web Editor for KPCC. Before that, he worked as Interim Managing Editor, Digital and as a Sr. Web Producer for the station. Prior to joining KPCC, Eric worked at KTVU in Oakland and assisted mid-career reporters in learning new skills at UC Berkeley's Knight Digital Media Center.
Eric has also served as editor at several magazines and as art director at Tikkun magazine in San Francisco. He has worked at several book publishers, including City Lights Books, where he cut his teeth building the publisher/bookstore's website.
Eric graduated from U.C. Berkeley's Graduate School for Journalism, where he concentrated in Web and multimedia journalism.
Stories by Eric Zassenhaus
The Riverside County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed an ordinance to mandate spaying/neutering of pit bulls county-wide.
All evacuation orders have been lifted at Camp Pendleton, where firefighters gained ground on a 2,500-acre wildfire. The fire is now 20 percent contained.
A brush fire burning east of Santa Ana has been held to 30 acres as of Sunday night. About 350 firefighters are working to contain the flames.
About 300 residents can return home after a 1500-acre brush fire forced their evacuation Saturday. Patients at a naval hospital that was also evacuated remain displaced.
USC athletic director Pat Haden announced Sunday that defensive coach Ed Orgeron would take over as interim coach, replacing ousted Trojan Lane Kiffin.
Officer Jon Coutchie, 41, was hit by a pickup truck at the intersection on the South Coast Highway. He was attempting to locate a speeding car that had been spotted by another officer.
Responding to a listener comment on ABC7, Garcetti said he'd been giving the idea some thought after seeing it on Twitter and said he'd take it up with city councilmembers.
Crews continued work Sunday to repair water lines that had been found to contain levels of methane gas, forcing the evacuation of 37 households in Hawthorne.
As we look back at the recession that defined the decade, we thought we'd offer a look at where some of the major players in the catastrophe are today.
Despite this weekend's reputation of one of the slowest of the year, two openings managed to draw a crowd for their cult-status protagonists.
Nick Pasquale, a wide receiver for UCLA and a former player for San Clemente High, was struck and killed by a passing car early Sunday morning.
Neighborhood Councils made up of individuals who live, work or own property in a neighborhood of L.A. that are certified and funded by the city to take on issues of importance to their community.
CBS and Time Warner have reached an agreement on fees for carriage of the network's stations on Time Warner Cable systems across the country.
Orange County officials say the daylong closure of a span of the 405 Freeway to ended early Sunday. North and southbound lanes reopened by 3 p.m. Sunday.
A rare 1967 Ferrari set records Saturday when it sold for over $27 million in Monterey, coming close to the most expensive road car ever sold at auction.