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KPCC hires new CEO to lead audio ‘renaissance’

| Media industry veteran Herb Scannell, who once led Nickelodeon and BBC Worldwide, North America, will serve as Southern California Public Radio’s new president and CEO beginning late February.

King tide provides glimpse into future of rising sea level

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From the sky, it's clear that much of Southern California is at or just above sea level and protections like sea walls are eroding.

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To Count All The Homeless People In LA, You Need To Ask Homeless People For Help

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Organizers of the massive Los Angeles Homeless Count have some expert helpers — people who are homeless, or who used to be. KPCC’s housing reporter Matt Tinoco has the story.

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Chinatown teachers try to stamp out rumors about teachers' strike

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With each passing day of the LAUSD strike, Helen Han has gotten increasingly worried that some of the school district's Chinese-speaking families don't fully understand why she and other teachers are striking.

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The nerve center for stormy L.A.

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During a storm, when roads are flooding and mud is flowing, critical decisions get made at the Los Angeles County Public Works operations center in Alhambra.

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Episode 2 of KPCC's newest podcast is out

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The Big One just hit. You're racing to get to your family, about a 15-mile walk home. On your way, you encounter injured people, burning buildings, and a city that looks less and less like the one you’ve always known. Continue your survival journey today in episode 2: “Your Walk Home.”

Spanish-Speaking Parents May Be At A Disadvantage During LAUSD Strike

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Thousands of LAUSD teachers are on strike. The district is over 70 percent Latino or Hispanic and serves many non-English-speaking families. How are they getting information about the strike? 

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LA council members want to restrict contributions from big developers

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Developers of large residential and commercial buildings would be barred from contributing if their projects require approvals from city officials.

Here's what one parent of a disabled LAUSD student says about the potential strike

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LAUSD serves about 60,000 special education students and some parents of these students are worried about what will happen to their care if teachers strike.

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