Kristen Muller Managing Editor, Newsgathering
Kristen Muller is the Managing Editor, Newsgathering for KPCC: Southern California Public Radio. Prior to that, she was Senior Producer of KPCC's "Take Two" show.
Kristen joined Southern California Public Radio after spending more than a decade at CBS, where she was a Producer for "CBS Evening News" and an Associate Producer at "60 Minutes II."
Muller is the winner of National Emmy and Alfred I. duPont-Columbia Awards and a Gerald Loeb Award finalist . She's filed stories for NPR and spent a year at KCRW as a Producer for "Which Way L.A.?" and "To the Point."
Stories by Kristen Muller
Another weekend, another AYSO game.
The Obama administration's "short refinance" program starts this week.
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that billionaire businessmen David and Charles Koch have given a million dollars in support of Proposition 23. That's the proposition that would delay implementation of AB 32, the law that would cut California's emissions of green house gases to 1990 levels.
I was reading Celeste Freemon's excellent blog, WitnessL.A.com this morning and saw her link to this article
The front page of today's New York Times has a great read on how parents are having trouble separating from their college aged kids.
What's for dinner in 2050? It's a question scientists in Britian are trying to answer now.
From the "when it rains, it pours" news desk...
According to my calendar, summer started on June 21st.
USC Freshman, prepare to ROCK.
In the last 72 hours, I've gone from not knowing anything about Old Spice to desperately wanting to be part of their marketing efforts.
It's the moment you've all been waiting for... We've FINALLY decided on a name for our show. We're honored that Jim Gray joined Madeleine to make the announcement.Thanks to all of you who helped Madeleine through this challenging time.
The heat wave beginning today is going to be bad- highs ranging from 113 to 117 degrees in Imperial and Riverside Counties. But according to a recent study on global warming by Stanford University, this kind of weather will not be considered unusual in the next 30 years.
(Photo courtesy of Raul Roa/ Gelndale News-Press)