Kevin Ferguson Producer/ Reporter, Off-Ramp
Kevin Ferguson produces and reports for KPCC's Off-Ramp.
Born in Long Beach, California, Kevin graduated with a Bachelor's of Arts in Spanish. Before joining KPCC, Kevin worked for Marketplace and the District Weekly, a Long Beach magazine. He's also covered music, art and news for OC Weekly, LA Record, Arthur Magazine, and Riviera.
Stories by Kevin Ferguson
This week, Major League Baseball groundskeepers met at Dodger Stadium for the 18th annual Groundskeeper Conference—a yearly trade show and networking event.
"Come here, and take all the selfies you want, because your background is gonna be beautiful."
In 1979, Bowie gave one of the weirdest TV performances ever on SNL. His backup singers were the late avant-garde performer Klaus Nomi and Joey Arias. Arias told us the story.
"People come in and ask me if they have to be a Ram fan to get a haircut," said Martinez. "No, but you do get a better haircut if you're a Ram fan."
What to do with LA's homeless tent encampments was a big topic for local officials in 2015. And this year, as heavy El Nino rains hit, the problem's only grown.
The floats used in the Tournament of Roses parade can't stay on display forever. Building a float out of a living thing means that, by definition, it's going to die.
Numbers for the annual count have changed as California endures its fourth year of drought. Researchers wonder if the prolonged dry spell is to blame.
Trees can be recycled and turned into mulch, so why not do that? The best way to dispose of your tree depends on where you live.
The emergency shelter at a Highland Park church bumps up against a priority in the city to fund long-term housing. Meanwhile, thousands remain on the streets.
Southern California Gas Co, which owns the well, agreed to move residents seeking relocation within 72 hours of making the request.
A new report finds homelessness on the rise in 23 cities, particularly in Los Angeles, where services haven't been able to keep up with the growing demand.
In the wake of San Bernardino, Paris and other events, theme parks like Universal Studios and Disneyland have introduced additional security measures.
If approved in the federal budget, the money would be the first funding provided in the city’s push to remake its central water feature.
Downtown LA's flagship public space has been called “ugly,” “awful,” and much worse. But that's about to change as the city mulls a redesign.
The Los Angeles City Council voted to spend just over $12 million--the first part of a longer promise to dedicate $100 million towards the city's homeless problem.