I lead this mission-driven newsroom where our focus is on delivering original, distinctive and ambitious reporting. I've challenged our talented journalists to do three things in their reports: speak with authority, be a human and explain L.A.
I was born on the South Side of Chicago and grew up in the suburbs, where my first job was delivering the Daily Herald on my bicycle. A stint in the D.C. bureau of the L.A. Times (where I worked for nearly 20 years) proved my heart was in local journalism.
As a Californian by choice, I still get out a thrill every time I land at LAX and get to make my way home.
Dear Southern California: It's not nice out and we have the images that prove it.
Pulitzer-Prize winning food critic Jonathan Gold, who wrote lyrically and passionately about everything from taquerias to the world's finest restaurants, has died.
Authorities are warning people to stay away from a Trader Joe's store in Silver Lake where shots were reported following a police chase that ended nearby. There are reports of hostages still in the store and now reports of an officer-involved shooting near that same location.
LeBron James is coming to the Lakers in a four-year $154 million deal. So are people excited? Uhmmmm...just a little bit
New tools let you easily explore the demographics, including age, income and country of origin, of all 53 California congressional districts, as well as recent voting history.