Steve Julian Host, Morning Edition
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Steve Julian is KPCC's host for Morning Edition. Steve started his broadcasting career as a police dispatcher and served as a police officer in Baldwin Park. He moved to radio in 1980 at an easy-listening station in the Inland Empire. At KPRO in Riverside, he co-anchored the afternoon news with Larry Mantle, before KPCC hired Larry away in 1983.
Steve joined KPCC in 2000 after five years as a traffic reporter for AirWatch America in Santa Ana. He coordinated the simulcast of WNYC’s coverage of the attacks on September 11, 2001.
A Southland native, Julian acts and directs at theaters around southern California. He serves on the boards of two theater companies and writes about theater for LA STAGE Times and on his own website, stevejulian.com.
Stories by Steve Julian
USC political science Professor Howard Gillman says the confirmation process for Supreme Court nominee Judge John G. Roberts should take on a more conciliatory tone than past confirmation hearings.
George Takei, who appeared in the 1960s sci-fi series "Star Trek," shares his memories of actor James Doohan, who died Wednesday of pneumonia and complications from Alzheimer's disease.
Bill Simmons, campaign manager for the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Ventura County Task Force, says closing the Point Mugu naval base would mean an exodus of tech jobs from the community.
Ecliptic Enterprises of Pasadena designed the RocketCam, which will provide a bird's-eye view of Space Shuttle Discovery's liftoff. Rex Ridenoure is a co-founder of the company.
L.A. School Board President Jose Huizar discusses the opening of Santee High, which has been the subject of environmental concerns after reports that contaminated landfill was used under several buildings on the campus.
Cal State Fullerton political science Professor Raphe Sonenshein says the transition between outgoing L.A. Mayor Jim Hahn and Mayor-elect Antonio Villaraigosa has been unusual.
In the last of a three-part series, the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum commissioners confront the past and look ahead as they hope to lure an NFL team back to the stadium.
In part one of a three-part series, Anaheim is one of three cities now competing to be the home of a Southern California National Football League team. Carson had been in the running but has dropped its bid.
Claremont-McKenna government Professor Jack Pitney says disapproval of the Hahn administration trumped the negative ads by Hahn's campaign in the final weeks.