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

The Senate Impeachment Trial: What Can We Expect?

Chief Justice John Roberts led the swearing in of senators yesterday, officially kicking off the start of the senate impeachment trial. Opening arguments are scheduled to begin on Tuesday.

Adam Schiff On The Impeachment Senate Trial: What's Next?

The Senate has officially received the articles of impeachment from the House, launching a trial in the Senate that’s scheduled to start on Tuesday.

How Is The Trump Administration Proposing To Help L.A. Address Homelessness?

The Trump Administration is offering to step in and provide Los Angeles with resources to help its homelessness crisis. But the proposal is essentially a deal with conditions the administration says the city must meet.

LAPD Chief Moore: LA Safety After Iran, 2019 Crime Rates, Indigenous Languages And More

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

Exploring The Legal And Practical Challenges Of Proposed Law To Ban Unsolicited Nude Photos

Unsolicited, lewd pictures have become one of the biggest nuisances that have risen with the internet age. As more people, especially women, fall victim to having unwarranted pictures surprise their inboxes, state lawmakers are taking matters into their own hands.

Week In Politics: Iran Latest, Cory Booker Drops, The Upcoming Senate Trial On Impeachment And More

AirTalk’s weekly political roundtable recaps the major headlines you might’ve missed in politics news over the weekend and looks ahead to the week to come.

Taiwan’s Presidential Election: What’s At Stake

With Taiwan’s presidential election tomorrow, many in the U.S. are traveling overseas to cast their votes.

Platonic Co-Parenting: A Helping Hand With Your Biological Clock

The dating scene has evolved to allow people find their potential partners online. Buy beyond just romantic partners, you can also find a co-parent for your future child.

Week In Politics: Iran Latest, Witholding Pattern On Articles Of Impeachment, Castro Is Out And More

AirTalk’s weekly political roundtable recaps the major headlines you might’ve missed in politics news over the weekend and looks ahead to the week to come.

The Story Of A City Through The Art Of Graffiti

There’s a hidden history of Los Angeles that can be found under the city’s bridges, within tunnels, and on building walls.

Year In Politics: Mueller Report, Rising Populism Abroad

AirTalk’s weekly political roundtable looks back at the 2019’s biggest political headlines, as well as the ones you may have missed that will have the greatest impact down the line.

AirTalk Checks In With Metro CEO Phil Washington: Tolls On The 405, Rider Safety and more

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

Week In Politics: Intimidation? Bribery? Recapping Impeachment And Looking Ahead

AirTalk’s weekly political roundtable recaps the major headlines you might’ve missed in politics news over the weekend and looks ahead to the week to come. Here are the headlines what we’re following this week:

‘The Problem With Everything:’ Part Memoir, Part Manifesto And Full On Cultural Observation

It’s difficult to describe the new book, “The Problem with Everything: My Journey Through the New Culture Wars.” But as author Meghan Daum puts it, “the book is part memoir, part manifesto, part extended rumination on the complications and contradictions of our time. And it’s very Gen X.”

An Author's Tale Of 'The Outlaw Ocean' And How Global Indifference Leads To Exploitation

The Outlaw Ocean project began as a New York Times series, but developed into a book as a result of more than three years of investigative reporting.