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Austin Cross is a Producer for KPCC's Take Two program.
Austin came to KPCC from CBS Radio where he worked for both KNX and KFWB, booking and producing news segments and programs on myriad topics, from finance and technology to culture and issues of race.
Austin is a Southern Californian and graduated from Azusa Pacific University. In addition to producing, he has guest hosted on KFWB.
Stories by Austin Cross
Where’s my hoverboard?! The 1989 movie makes several predictions about the technology in 2015. Some of them were spot on…many of them weren't.
North Korea celebrated 70 years of Communism this week. But for Koreans on both sides of the divide, it's more than just a geographic difference.
President Obama says Afghan forces are "fully responsible for securing their country" but US troops are still needed for training and support.
About 11 percent of all homes with televisions tuned into CNN to watch the event. The numbers indicate it's the most-viewed Democratic debate in history.
Playboy's publishers think a little modesty could go a long way for the magazine.
Playing the role of opponent, comebacks and zingers: They're all part of debate prep. But determining an exact image and message isn't always easy.
Risk assessment professional Stephen White says many shooters leave a unique trail of clues.
Polling giant Gallup told Politico on Wednesday that it will be stepping back from handicapping the presidential horse race.
The vote cut sentences retroactively, meaning that even more drug offenders could eventually be approved for early release nationwide.
No, it's not the world's weirdest dinner party. They're just a two of the many folks who will be appearing this week at an event called Politicon.
Christy O'Donnell, one of California's most vocal proponents of End of Life legislation, is speaking out after Gov. Jerry Brown signed the bill.
Nicholas Stoller spoke with host Alex Cohen about the inspiration behind the plot, which often makes fun of TV courtroom shows.
Lasting gun legislation will take an act of congress, says one expert, but mustering enough support is difficult.
Maybe you've written a review for a restaurant or hotel you loved - or hated. Well, now you can do that for your friend - or enemy.
With three political outsiders topping the list, one thing seems clear: GOP voters want fresh faces and stronger stances.