Political endorsements, the Super Bowl's connection to rent, the allure behind gangster warlords
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How often do endorsements translate into votes?, Bay Area residents prepare for the Super Bowl by renting out their properties, a look into the world of drug gangs.
Whether it's a wink, a nod, or a public statement of support, some endorsements can boost a candidate's chances of success more than any debate.
SCPR reporter Josie Huang and NPR's Hansi Lo Wong join the show to talk about the shift in Chinese immigration, and how it is changing the face of America.
You probably won't have trouble finding showtimes for Kung Fu Panda 3 when it comes out if you want to go to a big theater, but what if a small indy theater is more your speed?
Los Angeles Clippers' star Blake Griffin was expected to return to action this week, but that was derailed after he broke a bone in his hand with a punch.
Most hotel rooms near Levi's Stadium have already been scooped up. Those nearby are looking to rent out their property to turn a tidy profit.
The three very dangerous inmates who escaped from an Orange County jail are still at large. KPCC's Erica Aguilar, who has been covering the search, tells the latest.
In Los Angeles County, some pregnant women are already being screened, and getting the care that they need, through innovative programs at county hospitals.
The Zika virus has spread across Latin America and now cases have shown up in the United States. Do you need to worry about it in Southern California?
The story of drug gangs in the Americas is one that stretches from the favelas of Brazil to the remote mountains of Mexico to U.S. towns and cities.
"Lost LA" explores an era quite different from the city we now know— one filled with grizzly bears, when the L.A. river flowed year round.
This past weekend once popular department store, Kitson shut down the last of its 17 stores. Take Two goes inside what this means and more.
Kitson is the latest in a long line of luxury clothing stores which have come into this world, flourished and then bit the bullet.