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Louis Sahagun

Louis Sahagun is a staff writer at the Los Angeles Times. He covers issues ranging from religion, culture and the environment to crime, politics and water. He was on the team of L.A. Times writers that earned the Pulitzer Prize in public service for a series on Latinos in Southern California and the team that was a finalist in 2015 for the Pulitzer Prize in breaking news. He is a CCNMA: Latino Journalists of California board member, and author of the book, “Master of the Mysteries: the Life of Manly Palmer Hall.”
Long-awaited plan for San Gabriel Mountains National Monument limits new mining and energy development

The U.S. Forest Service management plan, released Thursday, prioritizes environmental protection over economic development and, in some cases, recreational access in the largest wilderness in Los Angeles County.

How do coyotes thrive in urban Southern California? The answer is not for the weak-stomached

Biologists at Cal State Fullerton search for answers to the success of urban coyotes in the astonishingly diverse contents of their stomachs. "They're like Christmas packages," a graduate student said. "You never know what you're going to find inside."

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