From Tragedy Comes Inspiration

From Tragedy Comes Inspiration A Decade After Daniel Pearl’s Death, His Parents Continue to Promote the Projects That Reflected His Passions   BY ANNA SCOTT Ten years ago, the world was shaken by the death of Wall Street Journal correspondent Daniel Pearl. While Daniel’s story touched thousands, few have felt the loss more deeply than his parents, Judea and Ruth, and his then pregnant wife, Mariane. But they have not let the tragedy of Daniel’s death overshadow his extraordinary life. Through the Daniel Pearl Foundation, and individually, they continue to…

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Bringing Down the House

Bringing Down the House ‘SoCal Connected’ Team Earns Public Service Award for Exposing Staggering Expenditures at a City Agency   BY JON REGARDIE When Karen Foshay, a producer with the KCET show “SoCal Connected,” started poking around the operations of the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA), she had no idea that she was about to dump a mountain of work on herself and a half-dozen co-workers. She couldn’t fathom the gross spending on luxury products and meals the team would expose. There was no way she…

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Investigative In Inventive Way

Investigative In Inventive Way His Work Makes a Difference, Delighting Viewers with His Undercover Investigations   BY BETH BARRETT It doesn’t matter if they’re CalTrans workers guzzling beer on the taxpayers’ dime, cab drivers stealing computers mislaid by customers or university officials charging up credit cards to feast on catered meals while the state’s deficit soars, they all insist they’ve done absolutely nothing wrong. That is until CBS2/KCAL9 award-winning, investigative reporter David Goldstein offers to show them the videotape taken with a hidden camera, or the documents he’s pried out…

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