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Kim Christensen

Kim Christensen is an investigative reporter on the Los Angeles Times’ projects team. He has more than 30 years in newspapers, starting with the Dayton Daily News in his hometown in Ohio. He has shared two Pulitzer Prizes, at the Oregonian in 2001 and at the Orange County Register in 1996, for investigations of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service and of fertility fraud at UC Irvine. He joined The Times in 2005.
Castaic woman in custody after firing on deputies, then barricading herself for 8 hours

No injuries were reported after a woman inside an apartment at a senior-living complex in Castaic opened fire Friday on deputies sent there to conduct a welfare check, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said.

Judge drops charges against UCLA professor in fatal 2008 lab fire

A Los Angeles judge has dismissed criminal charges against UCLA chemistry professor Patrick Harran, nearly 10 years after a staff research assistant suffered fatal burns in a laboratory he supervised.

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