Gale Holland covers homelessness and poverty for the Los Angeles Times. Starting in 2005, she edited the cops and courts beat, wrote news columns and covered higher education. A series about college construction abuses that she wrote with Michael Finnegan won a 2012 investigative reporting award from the Nieman Foundation. A Los Angeles native, she has worked for USA Today, Copley News and L.A. Weekly and wants to understand the consequences of urban inequality.
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The Sacramento shooting investigation is still underway, but the two brothers arrested on firearms charges in connection with it share backgrounds with gunmen in other bloodbaths: a history of domestic violence, Los Angeles Times columnist Anita Chabria writes.
General Jeff Page, a West Coast hip-hop pioneer known as the ‘mayor of skid row, died Oct. 13. He was 56.
An L.A. County sheriff’s deputy had fatally shot a man on the same Whittier block where three people were critically wounded in a shooting at a Halloween house party five days later, authorities said.
La orden de un juez federal de trasladar a las personas sin hogar de los barrios marginales a refugios o viviendas ha sido recibida con dudas por los activistas.
A federal judge’s order to move homeless people off skid row and into shelters or housing has been met with doubts from activists.
Valadao, who narrowly regained his seat from a Democrat in the November election, complained that Speaker Nancy Pelosi was rushing the impeachment process, but said that Trump’s ‘inciting rhetoric’ was ‘un-American, abhorrent, and absolutely an impeachable offense.’
Los activistas de Skid Row planean un bloqueo de autos para evitar que Sean Feucht monte lo que se ha anunciado como un “evento masivo” en el barrio en medio de la pandemia de COVID-19.
Evangelical Christian supporters of singer Sean Feucht clashed with protesters over masks and social distancing at a skid row event.
Skid row activists plan a car blockade to stop Sean Feucht from staging what is billed as a “massive outreach” on skid row amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gosnell was instrumental in creating the 1995 L.A. Times stylebook, drawing on her love of language to make the newspaper more credible and equitable.