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Jon Schleuss

Jon Schleuss is a graphics and data journalist in the Visualization & Graphics Department at the Los Angeles Times. He specializes in interactive graphics and data reporting.In his off time he also teaches journalism students how to code at the University of Southern California. An Arkansas native, he graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2013.
Tracking a path of destruction from Montecito’s mountains to the ocean

San Ysidro Creek cut a path of destruction through the center of Montecito early Tuesday morning when intense rain released a deluge of debris from the Santa Ynez Mountains, which were burned by the Thomas fire. Here's how it happened, as seen from above.

Maps show Thomas fire is larger than many U.S. cities

California's Thomas fire has consumed an area larger than many U.S. cities, maps show.

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