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Matt Stevens

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Matt Stevens is a Metro reporter covering the California drought and water issues for the Los Angeles Times. He previously told stories out of L.A.’s Westside and still contributes breaking news to L.A. Now. A San Diego native and UCLA grad, Matt joined The Times in 2011. Since then, he has personally witnessed a Clippers playoff collapse, briefly struggled to operate a Bloomberg Terminal and gone public with his love for Taylor Swift. He has also been a part of L.A. Times teams that have been honored for their coverage of a manhunt, mass shooting and terrorist attack. A Korean adoptee, Matt serves on the Asian American Journalists Assn.’s governing board.

Recent Articles

  • USPS employees accused of hoarding parcels, stealing veterans' medication

    USPS employees accused of hoarding parcels, stealing veterans' medication

    Federal authorities have charged dozens of Southern California postal workers and their associates with mail theft, embezzlement and an array of other crimes as part of a sweeping investigation into criminal activity at the U.S. Postal Service. A total of 33 defendants were charged in 28 cases,...

  • Man fatally shot by FBI agent serving search warrants in Compton

    An FBI agent fatally shot a man while serving warrants at a Compton residence this week, an agency spokeswoman said Saturday. An FBI SWAT team arrived at the residence in the 14600 block of South White Street about 9:30 p.m. Thursday to serve the warrants, spokeswoman Laura Eimiller said  An agent...

  • #RoseJam, other rolling closures could snarl weekend traffic

    #RoseJam, other rolling closures could snarl weekend traffic

    Motorists who plan to drive in and around the Pasadena area this weekend are being advised that all lanes of the eastbound 210 Freeway will be closed for repairs starting Saturday night. The closure, between Mountain Street and Lake Avenue, will begin at 7 p.m. Saturday and last until 5 a.m. Monday....

  • L.A. betting that stormwater can help ease California's drought

    L.A. betting that stormwater can help ease California's drought

    Five years of drought have struck different parts of California unevenly.  Cities with multiple sources of water have weathered the crisis relatively well, even after important reservoirs have hit bottom. But residents of some small towns in the San Joaquin Valley and northern California, who depend...

  • After years without water, taps are turned on in East Porterville

    After years without water, taps are turned on in East Porterville

    Tania Ramirez stepped into her family’s front yard Friday morning, leaned down toward a pipe protruding from the garden, and twisted a spigot. For the first time in three years, water came pouring out. “We’re so happy,” said Ramirez, 20. Finally, she said, life “seems a little bit more normal.”...

  • Suspected looters arrested in Blue Cut fire evacuation area

    California wildfire updates: Hundreds evacuated in fast-moving fire in Riverside County Aug. 30, 2016, 4:42 p.m. A rash of fires this summer has destroyed homes, subjected residents to evacuation orders and disrupted activities at Hearst Castle. Here are some of the fires now burning in California...

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