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Will you stay in California after the Big One hits?

Stephanie Kraft
| In episode 4 of our newest podcast, The Big One, it’s now 24 hours after a massive earthquake has shaken Los Angeles, and you wake up in your backyard worried about water and food. As neighbors flee, you wonder if you should stay or go and if you even have a choice.

Everytable brings cheap, healthy food to Cal State LA

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The chain makes healthy, grab-and-go meals and sells them cheap. And with more students seeking healthy alternatives, Everytable opened its first college location.

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Immigration hearings resume after government shutdown

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Immigration courts reopened Monday after a five-week government shutdown, during which thousands of hearings were postponed.

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What LAUSD Teachers Think About The New Contract

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Los Angeles teachers returned to schools on Wednesday after negotiators for United Teachers Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Unified School District reached a tentative agreement on a new contract.

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The Big One: Episode 3 dives into the science behind the massive earthquake

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How do we know that the Big One is coming? Science. In today’s episode, we learn that our knowledge about earthquakes evolved from a bear killing, an ice explorer and sexism at Harvard.

KPCC hires new CEO to lead audio ‘renaissance’

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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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