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Paloma Esquivel

Paloma Esquivel writes about the Inland Empire. She was on the Los Angeles Times team that won the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for public service for investigating corruption in the city of Bell and the team that won the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for breaking news for coverage of the San Bernardino terror attack. Prior to joining The Times in 2007, she was a freelance writer, worked in Spanish-language radio and was an occasional substitute teacher. A Southern California native, she graduated from UC Berkeley and has a master’s in journalism from Syracuse University.
An L.A. hero of World War II is buried, nearly 74 years after he was killed by the Germans

Sgt. David Rosenkrantz, 28, was killed in action in World War II, but his remains remained unidentified until this year. The Los Angeles native was given a military funeral Friday in Riverside.

Victorville prison strains to handle hundreds of immigrant detainees: 'We cannot take care of these inmates'

Nearly 1,000 migrants were sent to the prison last month. Staffers say they have not been given the proper resources or direction to handle the influx of detainees, putting both inmates and workers in danger.

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