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Gale Holland

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.
Dog park opens for residents of skid row homeless center

A dog park opened Friday for residents of skid row homeless housing project.

L.A. looks at former museum and factory sites for downtown homeless shelters

The council vote to evaluate the downtown sites could be the beginning of transforming skid row’s 50-year-old “containment” zone, the most concentrated homeless enclave in the country, and lifting a longtime barrier to the march of downtown development.

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