Los Angeles Times

Gale Holland

Writer

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.

Recent Articles

  • Judge lets homeless ex-inmates fight for mental health services

    Judge lets homeless ex-inmates fight for mental health services

    A federal judge said Tuesday that a group of homeless people can continue to fight Los Angeles County in court over jail release policies that they claim perpetuate the cycle of inmates with untreated mental illness bouncing from incarceration to skid row.  The ruling came in a court battle over...

  • Hundreds march in Hollywood demanding action on city's homeless crisis

    Hundreds march in Hollywood demanding action on city's homeless crisis

    Hundreds of demonstrators marched down Hollywood Boulevard on Saturday evening demanding that Mayor Eric Garcetti declare a state of emergency and spend $100 million to alleviate the city's homelessness crisis. Watched over by about two dozen LAPD officers on foot and bikes, lines of protesters...

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