All Things Considered (Local)
When Maria Guiterrez heard she could legalize her immigration status, she jumped on it. She spent $80,000 over ten years, but all the money and effort was just a scam.
Las Casitas looks like one huge cookie cutter house. But when you look closer, you make out four doors and see that it’s actually divided into four apartments. It looks that way, because it’s meant to look like the rest of Newbury Park – suburban.
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As personal UAV’s, or drones, become cheaper and more technologically advanced, it’s becoming easier than ever to shoot beautiful aerial footage, and many were at this years ‘Burning Man’ festival. As many Burners get vocal about the need for safety and privacy regulations in Black Rock Desert, agencies like the FAA are taking note as they prepare to apply these rules to the outside world. Independent producer Sue Karlin went to this year’s Burning Man to find out more.
Joe Rosenberg hikes high up into the Sierra Nevadas to learn more about the latest trend in crowdsourcing.
It’s not easy standing out among 125,000 costumed sci-fi, fantasy and comics fans at San Diego Comic Con. But superheroes come in many guises.
With this wildfire season expected to be the worst in 100 years, a fourth-generation Mount Baldy resident takes firefighting into his own hands.
A new L.A.-based play called “Unmoderated,” which uses comments as the raw material for drama and comedy on the stage.
Are you a California resident expecting a new baby? Congratulations! Now start planning… it pays to know your benefits.
When Tom O’Key discovered a bobcat trap in his property, near Joshua Tree National Park, he assumed it had something to do with wildlife research. What he discovered set off a chain of events that has Joshua Tree residents in an uproar.
“We live next to the ocean, but we also live on the edge of the desert. And without water, the dust will rise up and cover us as though we never existed.” – Chinatown
Gold made California boom. But water kept it going. That’s especially true for Los Angeles, whose never-ending quest for water is a deep part of its history. Much of LA’s water comes from the …