Nick Stoffel Producer
Nick Stoffel is a News Producer at KPCC. The Southern California native joined the station in March, 2012, as Associate News Producer, primarily working on "Morning Edition" at KPCC.
Stoffel came to Southern California Public Radio from KPBS, the NPR/PBS affiliate in San Diego, where he was a news producer.
Prior to that, Stoffel worked as an assignment editor at XETV/FOX 6 (now a CW affiliate) in San Diego for several years. He enjoys golf, beach volleyball, a good read, and hanging out with his (adorable) nephews.
Stories by Nick Stoffel
Metro says crews are trying to repair an overhead power supply system after it was damaged Wednesday morning between the South Pasadena and Highland Park stations.
Metro recommends giving extra time if you're going through the Sepulveda Pass while it's open - or find another way into the Valley.
The northbound and southbound lanes of the PCH in Orange County have been closed by a rockslide. A large boulder and other debris fell into lanes just before 4 a.m.
Forecasters now say Santa Ana winds could bring gusts up to 70 mph — together with hot, dry conditions, that spells extreme fire danger.
Crews made some progress overnight on the aggressive wildfire burning in parts of Yosemite National Park, but the fire grew to 179,481 acres.
The city of Manhattan Beach banned the sale and distribution of styrofoam containers Tuesday, including to-go cups and boxes.
L.A. Galaxy heads to the MLS Cup for the second year in a row as Snoop Dogg tells a Scottish newspaper he'd like a stake in Celtic F.C. and to sign pal David Beckham.
More than 200 L.A.-based artists and organizations want Angelenos to actually take advantage of Carmageddon Two this weekend.
Off-duty Beverly Hills police officer Jeffrey Sweet has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence following a Simi Valley crash.
A Los Angeles-based hospital chain charged with Medicare and Medi-Cal fraud has agreed to pay $16.5 million to settle illegal kickback claims.
To make way for tens of thousands of sports fans, L.A. is closing several streets Sunday. The Kings, Lakers, Clippers and a massive bike tour are all hitting downtown.