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Austin Cross is a Producer for KPCC's Take Two program.
Austin came to KPCC from CBS Radio where he worked for both KNX and KFWB, booking and producing news segments and programs on myriad topics, from finance and technology to culture and issues of race.
Austin is a Southern Californian and graduated from Azusa Pacific University. In addition to producing, he has guest hosted on KFWB.
Stories by Austin Cross
New tunes to get you through your post-holiday blues.
Politics from the Golden State.
Flavors from the LA's vibrant and diverse communities mix and mingle in a new take on an old cocktail from Greenbar Distillery in Downtown LA.
Housing, homelessness, and affordability will keep acting San Francisco Mayor Breed busy until the special election in June.
"My best guess is it would never be carried out," says one constitutional law expert.
"When I take a transaction in Bitcoin, my percentage is so much less than taking a transaction from a credit card," one business owner says. His shop is one of the few spots where you can find a Bitcoin ATM in L.A.
Emily Cocks lost her home to the Atlas Fire in October. Two months later, she has advice for Southern Californians facing the same ordeal. One thing she notes: "You have to allow yourself to mourn, because I do think it is a mourning process."
Dealing with the loss of a home is heartbreaking enough, but for homeowners who are already struggling, there's another complication: navigating their fire insurance policies.
Winds coming from two directions are pushing flames toward more highly vegetated areas.
It's a Nordstrom! No, it's an Apple Store. It's a pot shop? MedMen's chic WeHo store is one of several preparing to sell recreational pot in 2018.
A major move in the health industry over the weekend could change the healthcare landscape in Southern California.
Republican response to the verdict of an undocumented man has been heated, with President Trump taking the lead.
"The Capitol is having a reckoning of its own of sorts," a reporter tells Take Two.
Law enforcement said there was nothing to worry about; one Angeleno thought otherwise.
The GOP's tax plan passed the House without the help of three California Republicans. Why they voted "no" when their 11 other colleagues voted "yes."