VIDEOS, TV, RADIO & DOCUMENTARIES
Drones Over Expo Line | News
The Expo Line Phase 2 extension from Culver City to Santa Monica won't be ready to ride until late in 2015, but this first-ever drone flyover offers the next best thing — a bird's eye view of the route and stations.
Angelino Heights Halloween | News
Every year, 2,000 to 3,000 kids descend on creepy Victorian mansions for a spooktacular frightmare.
How to Beat the Fare on Metro | News
8% of riders on L.A.'s Metro system jump the fare. How they do it, and why.
Surfing 101 | Lifestyle
Expert tips on how to actually stand up on the board, get that selfie, feel the freedom of riding the waves.
Bike Wars | Investigative
39 bicycle riders were struck and killed by vehicles in L.A. County in 2013. This year's death toll is expected to climb.
Red Velvet Cake | Food
Singer-chef Teri Wahl crafts a tower of yum cake, slathered in cream cheese icing.
$7 Ketchup Trumps Heinz | Food
Hand-crafted artisan ketchup, made in a century-old San Marino orange grove, is quickly becoming something of a culinary rage.
Grand Central Market | Food
A day in the life of this Los Angeles institution, feeding the city since 1917. Time-lapse sequence for an L.A. Weekly special food section.
Television Sizzle Reels
Kissy Sell Out Does America
DJ, musician, composer and BBC Radio 1 host Kissy Sell Out embarks on a cross-country tour of America's dance music and studio scenes.
Forensic pathologist Dr. Michelle Aurelius of New Mexico's Office of the Medical Examiner balances life between the quick and the dead.
From the vaults of the FBI, an in-depth look at America's bank robbery epidemic, the robbers and the impact.
For the BBC
For the BBC
|As a BBC contributor for Radio 4 and Radio 5 Live, Michael Linder brings an Angeleno's perspective to British broadcasts.|
Intriguing new works in music, film, art and literature happening in Los Angeles, broadcast on Classical KUSC's "Arts Alive" magazine.
Spot News Demos
This is Los Angeles, a city with a million stories, some told in :40 or less. Snapshots of news in the making. Quick, not dirty.
Lakers Riot Coverage. Four hours of up-close reporting among out-of-control fans celebrating the LA Lakers' NBA Championship. 4:00 excerpt and followup.
Talk Radio Segments
Ticketgate. All those undeclared freebies Mayor Villaraigosa has accepted for Lakers games, concerts, the Oscars and Grammys are worth plenty.
LA's Jive Talkin' Mayor? Suddenly, in a Los Angeles City Council ceremony honoring African Americans, Antonio Villaraigosa morphed into a black guy.
The City Hall Seven. No shared sacrifice for Councilmen refusing to cut their $178,000 salaries as they furloughed and slashed workers' pay to balance LA's budget.
Cat Scratch Fever. As LA teetered on the brink of bankruptcy, City Council found time to debate feline declawing. Meouch!
Innocent Mistakes? Did the time, not the crime. The wrongly convicted, attempting to regain lost lives after decades of incarceration for crimes they did not commit.
Oil Drilling Cancer Threat. Oil wells in the heart of Los Angeles are blamed for a disturbing rise in cancers and other diseases as Big Oil plans to sink a thousand new ones.
Saving Cancer Kids. Childrens Hospital in Los Angeles offers new hope for cancer-stricken youngsters thanks to groundbreaking research.
Bullying: Kids In Crisis. The causes, solutions. A Golden Mic, and Los Angeles Press Club award winner produced and co-written for KCLU correspondent John North.
Combat Kudos. Memorial Day tribute to extraordinary sacrifice by U.S. troops. True accounts of war, and how America often fails vets once their battles have ended.
Water Wars. LA's Department of Water and Power restores 62 miles of the Owens River the city drained dry in 1913. Murrow Award winner.
A Salute to Columbia Square. Final KNX broadcast from CBS' historic Hollywood studios. Archive broadcasts, interviews with pioneers from radio's Golden Age.