News & Data Interactives

Explore KPCC's databases, maps and more

Updated November 27, 2013

We've collected our interactive maps, databases and charts so you can explore past projects by topic.

Crime & Public Safety

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Fire Tracker

Fire Tracker

By Chris Keller, Jon White & Bryan Ricker

Fire Tracker, KPCC's tool for following & researching California wildfires, contains fire information displayed by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection -- also known as CalFire -- which protects more than 31 million acres of ...

Published: 7/19/2013


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The most dangerous intersections in Los Angeles

The most dangerous intersections in Los Angeles

By Kim Bui & Chris Keller

This map shows which intersections the city considers dangerous, and those designated as hazardous by our audience. Please submit your own hazardous intersection, and other locations you believe are the most dangerous for pedestrians and cyclists.

Published: 10/2/2012


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Charting California gun sales

Charting California gun sales

By Wendy Lee & Chris Keller

The state processed more applications to buy guns in 2012 -- in excess of 800,000 -- than at any time since the California Department of Justice began its current regimen of record-keeping in 1991, according to DOJ data. Moreover, the number of ...
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Published: 12/22/2012


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The search for Christopher Dorner

The search for Christopher Dorner

By Chris Keller and KPCC staff

This curated timeline tracks key events from the life of murder suspect 33-year-old Christopher Dorner, as well as events from the last week, including the shooting deaths of a couple in Irvine and the manhunt following two shooting incidents over ...
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Published: 2/7/2013


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Comparing California and federal gun laws

Comparing California and federal gun laws

By Frank Stoltze & Chris Keller

This charts shows how California gun laws compare to those on the federal books.
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Published: 12/20/2012


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Search details of California's commercial bus companies

Search details of California's commercial bus companies

By Chris Keller and Lauren Osen

This database shows the more than 300 commercial bus companies legally operating in California, beginning with those on the so-called watch list, which are noted by the "further monitoring" designation, and whether the DOT has issued a "violation", ...
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Published: 2/11/2013


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LAPD helicopter force by the numbers

LAPD helicopter force by the numbers

By Erika Aguilar & Chris Keller

This infographic takes a By The Numbers look at the LAPD's Air Support Division and its helicopter fleet.
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Published: 5/22/2013


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June 7th shooting in Santa Monica

June 7th shooting in Santa Monica

By KPCC staff, Michelle Lanz & Chris Keller

The incident began shortly before noon on Friday at a Santa Monica residence, where shots were reported and a house was on fire. As the house burst into flames, the man, wearing what appeared to be a ballistic jacket, carjacked a woman at gunpoint ...
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Published: 6/7/2013


Culture

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Oscars 2013: Predicting Sunday's winners at the Oscars

Oscars 2013: Predicting Sunday's winners at the Oscars

By Lisa Brenner & Chris Keller

Who will take home the coveted Oscars for best picture, director, actor and actress at the 2013 Academy Awards this Sunday? Seemingly everyone and their opinionated mother is weighing in on Hollywood's high court of self-congratulation. The ...
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Published: 2/25/2013


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Timeline: Huell Howser

Timeline: Huell Howser

By Eric Zassenhaus

This timelines shows key dates in the life of Huell Howser -- the longtime California TV personality and host of "California's Gold."
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Published: 1/7/2013


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What does a California accent sound like?

What does a California accent sound like?

By Kim Bui, Ian Hill & Chris Keller

The California accent. In pop culture, it's one of a few things: The long, slow drawl of the surfer, or how a valley girl ends her sentences, or the slang of East L.A. But c'mon, Californians don't really have an accent or dialect. Right?
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Published: 12/6/2012


Economy & Money

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L.A. County health care jobs growing, construction and retail rebounding

L.A. County health care jobs growing, construction and retail rebounding

By Chris Keller

This chart shows the last 10 years of Los Angeles County employment data from the California Employment Development Department, arranged by sector. At a glance, it reveals which sectors provided the largest portion of jobs. When each sector is ...
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Published: 9/13/2013


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Financial crash 5 years later: A timeline of key events in the Great Recession

Financial crash 5 years later: A timeline of key events in the Great Recession

By Mike Roe

This week marks Lehman Brothers filing for bankruptcy, a landmark moment in the Great Recession. This timeline looks at some of the major moments and stories of the global economic crisis that affected the world, the nation and hit home right here ...

Published: 9/12/2013


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Blogdowntown: Development map

Blogdowntown: Development map

By Machiko Yasuda and Chris Keller

We map downtown development projects by status and type.
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Published: 4/4/2013


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Explaining the Monthly Jobs Report

Explaining the Monthly Jobs Report

By Matthew DeBord & Chris Keller

Each month the BLS also revises nonfarm payroll employment from the two prior months. The result is an "Initial" figure, a "Revised" figure and a "Final" figure. The chart and table below attempt to illustrate the differences among these three ...

Published: 12/7/2012


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Case-Shiller Index for Southern California

Case-Shiller Index for Southern California

By Machiko Yasuda

We chart the Case-Shiller Index for Southern California (Los Angeles and Orange County).
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Published: 2/26/2013


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Charting JCP same store sales

Charting JCP same store sales

By Wendy Lee & Chris Keller

JCP's revenues plunged $1.1 billion or 27 percent in the third quarter and sales at its stores opened at least a year have sunk to a level worse than JCP’s performance during the recession.
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Published: 12/17/2012


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Loss of emergency unemployment benefits

Loss of emergency unemployment benefits

By Wendy Lee & Chris Keller

Unemployed workers in California stand to lose significant benefits should the Emergency Unemployment Compensation program fall over the "fiscal cliff" because Congress failed to renew it, an act undertaken 10 times since the program was created in ...
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Published: 12/28/2012


Education

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The science, options, and dilemma of dual language education.

The science, options, and dilemma of dual language education.

By Deepa Fernandes, Maya Sugarman, Jon White & Sean Dillingham

Ruby is among a growing number of Los Angeles children whose parents are choosing to place them in immersion schools not to learn English, but to learn a foreign language—sometimes one that isn’t spoken at home. In her case, it’s the Spanish ...
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Published: 1/17/2013


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Charting Hispanic subgroup API scores in local school districts

Charting Hispanic subgroup API scores in local school districts

By Adolfo Guzman-Lopez & Chris Keller

Latinos make up 52 percent of California's public school students. But state data shows that as a whole they have never met California's goal of 800 points on the Academic Performance Index, which is based on student standardized test scores and ...
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Published: 10/4/2013


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Search kindergarten immunization levels in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties

Search kindergarten immunization levels in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties

By Evelyn Larrubia & Chris Keller

This user-friendly database shows 2012-13 vaccination exemption rates at schools in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties based on data from the California Department of Public Health.

Published: 9/16/2013


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API results: Calif. schools drop two points, LA Unified improves

API results: Calif. schools drop two points, LA Unified improves

By Emmanuel Martinez, Evelyn Larrubia and Chris Keller

Results released Thursday show California schools dropped two points over 2012, but the Los Angeles Unified School District bucked the trend, according to the state Department of Education. L.A. Unified - the state's largest district - jumped three ...

Published: 8/29/2013


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Compare dropout rates among local school districts

Compare dropout rates among local school districts

By Chris Keller & Evelyn Larrubia

A slightly smaller percentage of California students dropped out of high school last year than during the 2010-2011 school year -- 4% vs 4.2% -- according to data released by the California Department of Education on Tuesday. School districts in Los ...
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Published: 4/10/2013


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Capital Appreciation Bonds

Capital Appreciation Bonds

By Vanessa Romo & Chris Keller

Search school districts in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino or Ventura county to see those that have issued a Capital Appreciation Bond since 2007.
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Published: 12/13/2012


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Timeline: Charles Drew University

Timeline: Charles Drew University

By Jose Martinez

This timeline shows key dates at Martin Luther King, Jr./Drew University Medical Center, which L.A. County supervisors shut down in 2007. It had been the primary training facility for Drew medical students.
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Published: 1/9/2013


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Education funding from the state of California

Education funding from the state of California

By Chris Keller

This chart shows state funding for education going back to 2007.

Published: 12/17/2012


Environment & Science

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Beachcombing

Beachcombing

By KPCC Staff

This summer, KPCC reporters explore the ecology, economy and culture of Southern California's beaches and coast. We'll consider the challenges facing the coastal area, the research that's influencing how we take care of it, and the personalities ...
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Published: 6/7/2013


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Following the path of the Los Angeles Aqueduct

Following the path of the Los Angeles Aqueduct

By Meghan McCarty & Chris Keller

Nov. 5, 2013, marks the 100th anniversary of the completion of the Los Angeles Aqueduct, the legendary civil engineering project that starts about 4,000 feet above sea level in the Eastern Sierra Nevada and brings water down a steady, gradual slope ...
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Published: 10/28/2013


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Exide's shutdown in Vernon

Exide's shutdown in Vernon

By Molly Peterson, Eric Zassenhaus & Chris Keller

Exide Technologies in Vernon suspended operations by order of the Department of Toxic Substances Control in April. The agency was concerned about arsenic and lead leaking into the air, water and soil around Exide's plant. At a hearing that begins ...
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Published: 5/30/2013


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Plastic bag bans spread across Southern California

Plastic bag bans spread across Southern California

By Machiko Yasuda

We mapped all of the cities and jurisidictions within Southern California (as defined as LA, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside and Ventura Counties) that have banned or have passed ordinances on carry-out single-use plastic bags at grocery stores ...
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Published: 2/26/2013


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The San Onofre nuclear plant shutdown

The San Onofre nuclear plant shutdown

By Mike Roe & KPCC Staff

The San Onofre nuclear power plant is being closed down permanently, thanks to rapid wear inside tubes that carry radioactive water inside the plant's generators. Here's a look back at some of the major events that led to this point.
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Published: 6/7/2013


General

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Where do you find peace and quiet in LA?

Where do you find peace and quiet in LA?

By José Martinez, Ashley Alvarado & Chris Keller

KPCC wants to know: Where do you go to get away from it all? Is there a favorite park or hiking trail? Maybe you prefer an empty museum or quiet garden. Tell KPCC and help us map the best places to escape.
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Published: 5/27/2013


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Search through L.A. Archdiocese priest personnel files

Search through L.A. Archdiocese priest personnel files

By Sharon McNary, Frank Stoltze, Zusha Elinson, Joanna Lin, Robert Salladay, Paul Glickman, Chris Keller

On Jan. 31, the Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles released the confidential personnel files of more than 128 Catholic priests, providing further details as to how archdiocesan leaders addressed decades of sex abuse claims. We present the files ...
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Published: 2/5/2013


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'Illegal alien'? 'Undocumented immigrant'? You told us what term you use, and we mapped the responses

'Illegal alien'? 'Undocumented immigrant'? You told us what term you use, and we mapped the responses

By Ashley Alvarado & Chris Keller

What is the proper terminology for an immigrant in the country illegally? That's a question that has stirred discussion among journalists, policy makers and others who have an interest in the debate over immigration — or who simply want an accurate, ...
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Published: 4/24/2013


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How Wal-Mart distributes strawberries to 200 stores

How Wal-Mart distributes strawberries to 200 stores

By Wendy Lee, Grant Slater & Chris Keller

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. plans to grow the sales of locally-grown produce nationwide and is buying crops directly from farmers. The retailer tells KPCC how it transports strawberries grown at a small Santa Maria farm to 200 stores in California and ...

Published: 6/13/2013


Health

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How much does medical care cost? A searchable database of procedures in California billed to Medicare in 2011

How much does medical care cost? A searchable database of procedures in California billed to Medicare in 2011

By Chris Keller

KPCC has created this searchable database that will allow you to compare the average charge for the 100 most frequently billed procedures paid under Medicare in 2011, which you can view by hospital or as a statewide average. It's based on data ...

Published: 5/30/2013


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Where to get a flu vaccine in Los Angeles and Orange counties

Where to get a flu vaccine in Los Angeles and Orange counties

By Chris Keller

Click on an icon to find Los Angeles County (green) or Orange County (red) Public Health Center offering flu vaccinations. The blue icons represent immunization clinics in Los Angeles County that provide no-cost or low-cost immunizations. Call in ...
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Published: 1/11/2013


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The (high?) price of fresh food: Help us document it

The (high?) price of fresh food: Help us document it

By Kim Bui

We took a week and wrote down prices of basic food items in Vernon Central and around Los Angeles. Help us continue to document the cost of basic, fresh food by contributing to the map.

Published: 1/25/2011


Immigration

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 Status of undocumented immigrant driver's license laws nationwide

Status of undocumented immigrant driver's license laws nationwide

By Chris Keller

After years of failed attempts, California is close to becoming the tenth U.S. state to let unauthorized immigrants apply for driver's licenses. This map shows the status of similar laws throughout the country.
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Published: 10/3/2013


Politics

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What did state Congressional reps say about the shutdown?

What did state Congressional reps say about the shutdown?

By Chris Keller

Wonder where members of the California Congressional delegation stand on the federal government shutdown, or what they've said about Obamacare or the debt ceiling? And how about what they've said before the shutdown went into effect on Oct. 1?

Published: 10/6/2013


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Syria: Where does your US representative stand?

Syria: Where does your US representative stand?

By KPCC Staff

Congress is out of session until September 9th, but that hasn't stopped lawmakers — including many Californians — from weighing in on whether the U.S. should get involved militarily in Syria following allegations of a chemical weapons attack against ...
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Published: 8/30/2013


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California governors and their use of the veto since 1967

California governors and their use of the veto since 1967

By Chris Keller

Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed about 12 percent of the bills passed by the state legislature in 2012, the second lowest veto percentage since 1996 when then-Governor Pete Wilson vetoed just under 9 percent of the bills that came across his desk, according ...

Published: 9/9/2013


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Exploring California statehouse gun legislation

Exploring California statehouse gun legislation

By Julie Small & Chris Keller

California already has some of the most stringent gun laws in the country, but this session of the Legislature has seen the introduction of numerous bills intended to tighten loopholes and further restrict access to weapons and ammunition. This ...

Published: 5/29/2013


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2013 L.A. Mayor voting patterns by precinct

2013 L.A. Mayor voting patterns by precinct

By Chris Keller

Eric Garcetti rode a wave of support in central Los Angeles to win election Tuesday as the successor to Antonio Villaraigosa as mayor of the nation’s second largest city, beating City Controller Wendy Greuel 54 to 46 percent. How did the vote break ...
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Published: 5/22/2013


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2013 L.A. Mayor voting turnout by precinct

2013 L.A. Mayor voting turnout by precinct

By Chris Keller

Only about 19 percent of registered voters cast ballots in Tuesday's LA's mayoral runoff election, choosing Eric Garcetti to succeed Antonio Villaraigosa as mayor of the nation’s second largest city, unofficial results from the Los Angeles City ...
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Published: 5/22/2013


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Gun control: Where does your US congressman stand?

Gun control: Where does your US congressman stand?

By Kitty Felde & Chris Keller

As Congress prepares to debate new gun control legislation, KPCC surveyed every member of California’s delegation to ask whether they own guns, and what kind of changes to current law they’d support.
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Published: 4/3/2013


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Pension reform: Charting contributions to LA's largest pension funds over the years

Pension reform: Charting contributions to LA's largest pension funds over the years

By Frank Stoltze, Eric Zassenhaus & Chris Keller

The charts below illustrate the rising cost of pensions in the city of Los Angeles. The city has three pension funds: The LA City Employee Retirement System (LACERS), the LA Fire and Police Pension Fund (LAFPP) and the Water and Power Employees' ...
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Published: 5/6/2013


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Los Angeles 2013 Mayoral Race

Los Angeles 2013 Mayoral Race

By Eric Zassenhaus, Oscar Garza, Alice Walton & Chris Keller

With the 2013 L.A. mayoral election in full swing, politicians and organizations are now throwing their weight behind the candidates. Here is a listi of endorsements so far.
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Published: 1/5/2013


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California governors and their use of the veto since 1967

California governors and their use of the veto since 1967

By Chris Keller

Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed about 12 percent of the bills passed by the state legislature in 2012, the second lowest veto percentage since 1996 when then-Governor Pete Wilson vetoed just under 9 percent of the bills that came across his desk, according ...

Published: 9/9/2013


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#DearMayor: What should LA's new mayor work on first?

#DearMayor: What should LA's new mayor work on first?

By KPCC Staff & Chris Keller

We're collecting your thoughts and feelings about what the new mayor should make his or her first priority when taking office.
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Published: 4/24/2013


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What the justices said during Prop 8 arguments

What the justices said during Prop 8 arguments

By Jose Luis Jiménez and Machiko Yasuda

Here are some of the major issues discussed by the Supreme Court during its hearing on Proposition 8.
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Published: 3/26/2013


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Sequestration steps: What we think will happen after sequestration starts

Sequestration steps: What we think will happen after sequestration starts

By Chris Keller and Machiko Yasuda

A timeline showing what could happen after sequestration starts.
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Published: 3/1/2013


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Looking back at the War in Iraq

Looking back at the War in Iraq

By Machiko Yasuda and Chris Keller

A timeline showing the major events that took place after the United States 2003 invasion of Iraq.
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Published: 3/18/2013


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Los Angeles 2013 Mayoral Race

Los Angeles 2013 Mayoral Race

By Eric Zassenhaus, Oscar Garza, Alice Walton & Chris Keller

With the 2013 L.A. mayoral election down to two candidates, politicians and organizations are throwing their weight behind Wendy Greuel and Eric Garcetti, the remaining candidates. Below is a listing of the endorsements so far.
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Published: 1/25/2013


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Immigration: Where does your US congressman stand?

Immigration: Where does your US congressman stand?

By Kitty Felde & Chris Keller

KPCC's Kitty Felde runs down the California congressional delegation's stance on immigration reform.
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Published: 5/13/2013


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Exploring themes in Gov. Brown's State of the State

Exploring themes in Gov. Brown's State of the State

By Kim Bui & Chris Keller

Interactive to add context to key words and themes in Gov. Jerry Brown's third annual State of the State address.
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Published: 1/10/2013


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Hollywood insiders backing Garcetti, Greuel for mayor

Hollywood insiders backing Garcetti, Greuel for mayor

By Sharon McNary & Chris Keller

Entertainment industry companies and employees have given nearly $1 million to Los Angeles mayoral candidates -- about one-tenth of all contributions -- since the campaigns began in 2011.
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Published: 1/10/2013


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Hollywood stars, celebrities backing Garcetti

Hollywood stars, celebrities backing Garcetti

By Sharon McNary & Chris Keller

While actors and actresses are responsible for only a fraction of the $7.9 million raised by candidates running to be mayor of Los Angeles, those who have contributed to mayoral campaigns have lined up behind Eric Garcetti.
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Published: 1/10/2013


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Charting voter turnout for mayoral elections

Charting voter turnout for mayoral elections

By Chris Keller

In advance of Los Angeles' 2013 mayoral election Tuesday, the L.A. Times analyzed voter turnout dating back to 1913 and found that L.A.'s Election Day malaise stretches back decades. This chart shows voter turnout dating back to 1913 and is based ...

Published: 5/20/2013


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US Supreme Court takes up Prop 8

US Supreme Court takes up Prop 8

By Eric Zasenhaus

This timeline shows major events in the life of Proposition 8, California's voter-approved ban against same-sex marriage.
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Published: 12/7/2012


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How election 2012, redistricting changed California's congressional map

How election 2012, redistricting changed California's congressional map

By Chris Keller

Redistricting and the 2012 election has altered the map of California's congressional representatives.
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Published: 11/7/2012


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2012 Election Results Tracker

2012 Election Results Tracker

By Adam DePrice, Schuyler Duveen, John Keefe, Louise Ma, Steven Melendez, Glenn Mohre, Kim Bui & Sean Dillingham

Track election night results using this application.

Published: 11/6/2012


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Tell us about your voting experience

Tell us about your voting experience

By Kim Bui, Ian Hill & Chris Keller

Did you vote today? Good for you! Please tell us about it. KPCC wants to collect voter experiences this Election Day, map them and share them with our audience. Please take a moment to submit your experience.

Published: 11/6/2012


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Presidential Inaugurations To Remember

Presidential Inaugurations To Remember

By Mike Roe & Chris Keller

Mike Roe looks back on memorable Presidential Inaugurations.
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Published: 1/19/2013


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Antonio Villaraigosa's tenure

Antonio Villaraigosa's tenure

By Alice Walton, Molly Peterson, Adolfo Guzman Lopez, & Grant Slater

As Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa approaches the end of his eight-year tenure, KPCC is examining his performance and legacy. Here’s a timeline of significant milestones during his time in office.
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Published: 3/14/2013


Seasonal

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Find opportunities to volunteer or contribute to nonprofit organizations

Find opportunities to volunteer or contribute to nonprofit organizations

By Eric Zassenhaus & Chris Keller

In an effort to provide a resource for KPCC listeners, we have compiled this database of local volunteer opportunities, nonprofit organizations and charities. Use the database below to search these organizations to learn of their needs. Are there ...

Published: 1/17/2013


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SoCal holiday guide to Christmas tree lighting ceremonies

SoCal holiday guide to Christmas tree lighting ceremonies

By Lisa Brenner & Chris Keller

This map shows holiday tree lighting ceremonies around Los Angeles County.
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Published: 11/27/2012


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Veterans Day: Where did they serve?

Veterans Day: Where did they serve?

By Kim Bui, Ian Hill & Chris Keller

Web map showing where local veterans served.
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Published: 11/9/2012


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This Thanksgiving, I am thankful for...

This Thanksgiving, I am thankful for...

By Ashley Alvarado, Kim Bui & Chris Keller

In a word, readers share what they are thankful for.
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Published: 11/23/2012


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Black Friday over the years

Black Friday over the years

By Chris Keller

This timeline details Black Friday incidents and changes in habits over the years.
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Published: 11/26/2012


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Southern California's Lowest Recorded Temperatures

Southern California's Lowest Recorded Temperatures

By Chris Keller

The icons show the lowest Southern California temperatures recorded at National Weather Service stations. Click an icon to view information about the temperature, dates recorded and station elevation.

Published: 1/11/2013


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Season's Givings

Season's Givings

By Eric Zassenhaus, Nick Roman & Chris Keller

This holiday season, we asked KPCC listeners where they volunteer during the holidays, and what opportunities our audience should know about. Use the database below to search for volunteer and charitable opportunities this holiday season.

Published: 12/6/2012


Sports

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Timeline: 10 moments in Dodgers-Giants rivalry

Timeline: 10 moments in Dodgers-Giants rivalry

By Nuran Alteir

The Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants - and their fans - have one of the longest and most passionate rivalries in American sport. Here are 10 important events in that rivalry.

Published: 9/27/2013


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Timeline: A look at Vin Scully's career

Timeline: A look at Vin Scully's career

By Monica Luhar

Vin Scully joined the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1950. Though he's taken on network assignments and even hosted game shows, he's always been the voice of the Dodgers. And Scully recently announced he will return next year for a 65th season announcing ...
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Published: 10/3/2013


Transportation

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Gauging the health of Southern California's bridges

Gauging the health of Southern California's bridges

By Sanden Totten, Brian Frank & Chris Keller

California has more than 24,000 bridges. Many are classified as "Structurally Deficient", "Functionally Obsolete" or "Fracture Critical". These ominous-sounding terms are part of the Federal Highway Administration's National Bridge Inspection ...
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Published: 6/21/2013


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110 Freeway 'FasTrak' express lanes take a toll on drivers starting Nov. 10

110 Freeway 'FasTrak' express lanes take a toll on drivers starting Nov. 10

By Lisa Brenner & Chris Keller

The rules of the 110 Freeway are set to change late Saturday, Nov. 1o or early Sunday, Nov. 11 when "Metro ExpressLanes" – L.A. County's first toll lanes – opens for your carpooling and solo driving pleasure. This map shows entrance and exit ...
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Published: 11/9/2012


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USC-UCLA football game 2012

USC-UCLA football game 2012

By Lisa Brenner & Chris Keller

Here's everything you need to know for a hassle-free day at the 2012 USC-UCLA football game.
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Published: 11/16/2012


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Troubleshooting LA Transit issues

Troubleshooting LA Transit issues

By Kim Bui & John Keefe

Troubleshooting LA Transit issues with a goal of analyzing Metro incident data to try and break down crime/quality of life incidents down by station, train/bus line, time of day and activate Crowdsource portion...

Published: 10/2/2012