Mike Roe

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Los Angeles is the home of arts and entertainment. My job is to help you figure out what is worth your time, and introduce you to other talented Angelenos who make it happen. This is a space for the creative work you care about — or don’t know about yet.

Stories by Mike Roe

Southern California victims of the Las Vegas shooting

The local victims include a Simi Valley school office manager, a Manhattan Beach special education teacher and a Manhattan Beach civilian police employee.

Las Vegas updates: Shooting timeline released by sheriff

The sheriff gave a timeline of the shooting Wednesday. The first shots began at 10:05 p.m. Sunday and ended 10 minutes later.

Rock legend Tom Petty dies; sold 80 million records

Rock musician Tom Petty has died, according to a statement issued by his longtime manager on behalf of the family. Petty was 66.

Las Vegas Strip shooting: At least 59 dead, more than 500 injured

A stream of gunfire rained down on a country music concert attended by thousands of people Sunday night. Hundreds of people were transported to local hospitals in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

Burbank's mayor announces he has stage 4 liver cancer

A transplant or traditional chemotherapy are not viable options, Rogers said, but he noted that he was participating in drug trials and immunotherapy.

Play Emmys 2017 bingo: Printable cards for you to play along

The Emmys are this Sunday night, honoring the greatest achievements in television. What crazy things are going to happen? Play along and print your own Emmys 2017 bingo card right here.

How to buy the new iPhones Apple just announced

Apple announced their new set of iPhones on Tuesday morning — the iPhone 8 and the iPhone X. Here's where and how you can buy one.

La Tuna Fire, one of the largest in LA history, burns thousands of acres

The La Tuna Fire continues to burn near Burbank, Glendale and Sun Valley, scorching at least 5,800 acres of brush. The fire was about 10% contained, authorities said late Saturday.

8,270 Boyle Heights homes lose power during heat wave

The area is expected to have its power restored by midnight, but it comes amidst a heat wave sweeping through the region.

#MyFirstRent: I lived in a hostel for $900 a month

We're looking for your stories about the first place you lived in Los Angeles and how much you paid for rent. Read a story from one of KPCC's own, and share yours!

Here are the best eclipse moments across Southern California

Well, eclipse day came and went. Some folks flocked to places like the Griffith Observatory, while others caught a glimpse during their normal routine.

Fire shuts down I5 southbound lanes in the Grapevine

A traffic accident involving two burning big rig trucks that sparked a brush fire shut down southbound lanes of Interstate 5 in the Grapevine during Thursday afternoon traffic, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Immigrant dad gets an emergency stay from deportation

An emergency stay was issued Monday keeping Romulo Avelica-Gonzalez from being deported. He was arrested Feb. 28 by immigration officials while dropping his daughters off at school

Your guide to Comic-Con 2017: 11 must-see panels

Here are some of this year's most talked about Comic-Con panels — good luck getting in!

Calexit comic book accidentally became extra topical

The new comic book "Calexit" has a definite point of view, taking readers into a dystopian story that draws upon elements of the real world. See art from the book and read an interview with the writer.