Julian Burrell KPCC contributing producer
Stories by Julian Burrell
Partnering with The Second City, Zip Zap Zop Enrichment wants to use the spirit of improv comedy to help autistic kids learn and interact with their peers.
Omar Offendum has long been critical of the Assad government. But he's skeptical about the effectiveness of the recent U.S. missile strikes.
The latest California license plate for a cause features the famous redwood forest. It's the latest in California's long line of distinct car tags.
In 2014, construction began on new lanes for the 91 freeway. Today they're finally open, but not after the process frustrated local commuters.
All eyes were on tennis's most famous sibling duo as they competed for the Australian Open title on Saturday... even for the next generation of talent in California.
Workers along the Metro Purple line found parts of a tusk and skull from either a mastodon or mammoth — and there are plenty of other prehistoric remnants under L.A.
Angelika Robinson is used to helping first responders deal with the critical incidents. But experiencing the San Bernardino attack in person brought new challenges.
Nintendo's previous console the Wii U had poor sale numbers. But according to one analyst, its new system may turn things around for the Japanese game developer.
Crime Novelist Gary Phillips resurrects the classic hero The Vigilante in modern Southern California. The six-issue mini series comes out in October.
Houston attorney Jacob Monty was a part of Donald Trump's National Hispanic Advisory Council. But after the GOP candidate's speech in Arizona, he decided to resign.
Essayist Roxane Gay and USC professor Brendesha Tynes help break down the particular brand of prejudice that black women deal with.
Disappointed by the demolition of some of his favorite buildings in Los Angeles, Gerald Cox decided to preserve them with hand-crafted models.
Floyd Norman was the first black animator at Disney Studios. According to him there was, "no room for racism," in his line of work
Steven Dobbs's grandchildren love Disneyland. To get them to come to his house, he decided to harness their Disney fandom and put it in his own backyard.
The sport was born from urban culture and rebellion. Now, one global skate scholar at USC believes that the sport has a lot to offer as official Olympic event.