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Adolfo Flores

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Adolfo Flores no longer works for the Los Angeles Times. He previously covered Orange County for the Metro section. Flores had reported for the Pasadena Sun and Pasadena Star-News, where he was a city hall and public safety reporter. He was awarded a fellowship by the Metlife Foundation in Aging Fellows Program in 2010 and a second-place Los Angeles Press Club award for news feature in 2013. A Los Angeles native, Flores graduated from Cal State Northridge and is a fluent Spanish writer and speaker.

Recent Articles

  • San Mateo health officials reviewing Ebola quarantine of doctor

    San Mateo health officials reviewing Ebola quarantine of doctor

    Health officials Wednesday were reviewing the quarantine they set for a Stanford doctor who was treating Ebola patients in Liberia after the state and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued their own quarantine guidelines. When Dr. Colin Bucks arrived at San Francisco International Airport...

  • Garden Grove man suspected of assaulting woman he met on Craigslist

    Garden Grove authorities are searching for potential additional victims of a man arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting a woman he met on Craigslist. Lt. Ben Stauffer said Tuesday that the 31-year-old Garden Grove man arranged to meet the victim through a Craigslist ad requesting female companionship....

  • Water main near busy Hollywood intersection bursts again overnight

    Water main near busy Hollywood intersection bursts again overnight

    A water main break will continue to affect the busy Hollywood intersection of Santa Monica Boulevard and Highland Avenue on Tuesday after a second rupture occurred just as repairs were wrapping up overnight, utility officials said. Crews were completing repairs after the first break, which was...

  • Man in critical condition after being shot, driving to McDonald's

    Man in critical condition after being shot, driving to McDonald's

    A man who drove to a McDonald's after being shot in Arleta was in critical condition Monday night, police said.The shooting, at Van Nuys Boulevard and Arleta Avenue, occurred about 3:50 p.m., said LAPD Officer Drake Madison.The man drove half a mile from where he was shot and stopped at a McDonald's...

  • Deputy shoots, kills man following reports of possible fight near school

    Deputy shoots, kills man following reports of possible fight near school

    A Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy fatally shot a man Monday following reports of a person armed with a handgun. Authorities said no weapon was recovered at the scene.The officer-involved shooting occurred about 2:40 p.m. near Downey Avenue south of Rosecrans Avenue, Sgt. Pauline Panis said....

  • Cal State Northridge bans pledge activity at fraternities, sororities

    Cal State Northridge bans pledge activity at fraternities, sororities

    As Cal State Northridge investigates another possible hazing incident, the school has banned its 54 fraternities and sororities from all recruitment and pledging activities for new members possibly until spring, officials said. Campus leaders said the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity was under investigation...

  • Deputy slain 26 years to the day after father was killed

    Deputy slain 26 years to the day after father was killed

    One of two deputies killed in a Northern California shooting rampage Friday was cut down 26 years to the day that his father, also a lawman, died in the line of duty. Placer County Sheriff's Det. Michael David Davis Jr., 42, was named after his father, a Riverside County sheriff's deputy. The father...

  • After hazing allegations, CSUN bans fraternity pledging

    After hazing allegations, CSUN bans fraternity pledging

    As Cal State Northridge investigates another possible hazing incident, the school has banned its 54 fraternities and sororities from all recruitment and pledging activities for new members possibly until the spring, officials said. Campus leaders said that the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity was under...

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