Lori Galarreta KPCC contributing producer
Stories by Lori Galarreta
The new site of the border wall prototypes is expected to draw protest numbers on the same scale as those of the Dakota access pipeline.
Costa Mesa in Orange County is considering a few different bathroom options to address concerns surrounding growing homeless issues.
P-22 is L.A.'s most famous mountain lion. His journey from the Santa Monica mountains to Griffith Park has inspired many and shed a light on L.A.'s wildlife.
Which cities in LA County have the fewest native-born Californians? A KPCC listener asked, and a fellow listener jumped on the case.
She's a women's rights activist and union organizer who worked alongside Cesar Chavez. Now, Dolores Huerta is the star of a documentary.
If a disaster were to strike Southern California, would you know how to prepare? Should you evacuate? What if you have a family? We've answered these questions and more.
"Bail Trap" is an 8-bit video game designed to illustrate how people who have less money are disproportionately disadvantaged by California’s money bail system.
From showbiz cats to beloved school cats, L.A. has been home to many important felines, which makes it the quintessential cat town.
Think of them as Choco Tacos re-imagined.
California is the land of the perpetual summer, but did you know we popularized and even invented, summer staples like tanning, BBQing, and surfing?
The Autry's "Play!" exhibit features interactive installations and explores the history and influence of the West on the development of toys and how we play.
It's an online shop based here in SoCal that's mission is to sell authentic Mexican products while educating customers about Mexican culture.
In California, we went from extreme drought to a deluge in less than a year. Take Two ventured into the hills with an ecologist to talk about the rainfall's effect.
First off, it's pronounced Hass (as in pass) and it accounts for 95 percent of the American avocado market. But is it here to stay?
Ambitious growers from San Diego to Santa Barbara are putting in coffee plants, hoping that it might be the next big thing for the region.