Meghan McCarty Reporter/ Producer, Take Two
Stories by Meghan McCarty
This week about 7,000 young soccer players from around the country are gathered in Southern California for the AYSO National Games.
The new documentary, "Life Itself," follows the life and death of legendary film critic, Roger Ebert.
A Spanish language version of the hit AMC TV series, "Breaking Bad" has begun airing on Univision station Unimas. But as the Royale with Cheese is to the Quarter Pounder, there are some little differences.
A heat wave is expected to strike Southern California this week with temperatures topping 100 degrees in Los Angeles by Wednesday.
Scientists have found one more tool to help monitor water in California. They’re using GPS to measure the weight of the snowpack in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
A UCLA researchers played these samples of both for test subjects and discovered that we're fooled only part of the time. How do you score?
A project to monitor radiation levels from the Fukushima nuclear leak in kelp beds on the West Coast has found no contamination in its initial testing.
A form of sugar made from the plant used to make tequila could help people lose weight and manage diabetes, according to new research.
The JPL Choir will perform a free concert at the Pasadena Symphony's Ambassador Auditorium Saturday night, proving the strong link between music and math and science.
The L.A. metropolitan area was again ranked worst for ozone pollution, the American Lung Association reported.
The mite, which is no bigger than a sesame seed, was studied by a team of researchers based at Pomona College in Claremont.
SpaceX has filed a complaint against the Air Force, claiming it awarded a recent contract to launch military satellites without a competitive bid process.
A fungus never before seen in California oak trees is threatening the state's coastal live oaks. It causes a condition known as "foamy bark canker disease."
The owners of Harold & Belle's in South LA hail from New Orleans, and the restaurant has been serving traditional Creole food for three generations.
KPCC's Meghan McCarty travels to the Eastern Sierras to trace the origin of LA's water and to explain how it makes it from a natural spring to your tap.