Sabrina Fang

Apprentice News Clerk, AirTalk

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Sabrina Fang is an Apprentice News Clerk for AirTalk with Larry Mantle.

Prior to working at KPCC, Sabrina served as the News Director for KUCI 88.9 FM, overseeing the station’s news show and student journalism program. She’s also made a career working in public relations and communications.

Sabrina graduated from UC Irvine in 2018 with a B.A. in Political Science and Sociology. In her free time, she loves to read, try new foods, go to concerts, and listen to podcasts. She loves to travel whenever she can, and spent summers living in Washington D.C. and Spain. But Los Angeles will always be her favorite city.

Stories by Sabrina Fang

LAUSD Board Votes No On Defunding Los Angeles School Police, Reform Still On The Table

The LAUSD school board voted against defunding the Los Angeles School Police during Tuesday’s board meeting and are still debating the future of its 471-member police department.

Seattle Moves To Wind Down “Occupied” Protest Zone

Faced with growing pressure to crack down on an “occupied” protest zone following two weekend shootings, Seattle’s mayor said Monday that officials will move to wind down the blocks-long span of city streets taken over two weeks ago.

AirTalk Special: Chief Moore On Calls To Reform LAPD

Los Angeles Police Department Chief Michel Moore joins Larry Mantle for his monthly check-in on AirTalk.

Hoping You Laugh And Cry, Director Judd Apatow On His Latest Comedy-Drama ‘The King Of Staten Island’

Director and comedian Judd Apatow teams up with Saturday Night Live’s Pete Davidson in his latest comedy-drama “The King Of Staten Island”.

Studios And Unions Release Blueprint On How To Resume Production Safely

Hundreds of thousands in the entertainment industry have lost their jobs. Virtually all live action filming in the state has stopped. But now Hollywood has a plan to resume production safely.

Will Anger Over Death Of George Floyd Translate To Political Change?

The death of George Floyd has triggered nationwide protests, marking a watershed moment in the fight for racial equality and movement against police brutality.

‘The Vast Of Night’ Director Andrew Patterson, An Interview With the Up-And-Coming Filmmaker On His Debut Film

In his directorial debut, Andrew Patterson hit last year’s film festival circuit with his movie ‘The Vast Of Night’. The sci-fi flick has received critical praise, with many citing Patterson as the next up-and-coming film director on the scene.

‘Avengers’ Screenwriters Explain How COVID-19 Has Changed Their Creative Process

The pandemic pushed back a lot of this year’s summer blockbusters, so it might be a while until we see another big superhero movie. In the midst of the outbreak and the entertainment industry shutting down, ‘Avengers’ screenwriters Chris Markus and Steve McFeely are trying to work on another movie.

LAPD Chief Moore: Rapid-Result Testing For Arrestees, Possible Budget Cuts, Excessive Force Investigation And More

Los Angeles Police Department Chief Michel Moore joins Larry Mantle for his monthly check-in on AirTalk.

AirTalk Checks In With Metro CEO Phil Washington: Ridership Drops, Federal Aid, Impact On Construction Projects And More

Metro’s CEO Phil Washington joins Larry Mantle for his regular check-in to talk about all things public transit.

New Documentary Explores History, Legacy Of Iconic LGBTQ Bookstore ‘Circus Of Books’ Through The Owners’ Daughter’s Eyes

Rachel Mason had, to a certain extent, the normal upbringing you’d imagine a family of five with small business owner parents would have. But in her documentary, ‘Circus of Books’, she pulls the curtain on the double-life her parents led as modest business owners and pillars of the LGBTQ community.

LAPD Chief Moore: Officers Testing Positive, Preparing For Coronavirus Scenarios And More

Los Angeles Police Department Chief Michel Moore joins Larry Mantle for his monthly check-in on AirTalk.

Theaters Shutter, Studios Postpone, Checking-In On How The Entertainment Industry Is Changing Amid The Outbreak

Hollywood has come to a stand still. The film and entertainment industry has been hit hard by the coronavirus outbreak as theaters close, film releases and events are being postponed, and studios are putting a pause on film production.

Sanders Takes California And The Primaries Start To Look Like A Two-Man Race

Senator Bernie Sanders came out of California a winner, but former VP Joe Biden proved a strong showing as he took major Super Tuesday victories.

A Bone-Dry February Is Having People Worried About A Possible Drought

Lower than average levels of snowpack in the California mountains are raising concerns of a possible drought.