Hosted by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ian Urbina, the seven-part audio series explores lawlessness and crime in international waters
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer Christopher Reynolds has earned three awards in the 38th annual Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Competition.
The back-to-back debates will feature top candidates for L.A. mayor, Karen Bass and Rick Caruso, and L.A. County Sheriff, Alex Villanueva and Robert Luna
L.A. Times Food Editor Daniel Hernandez has won the National Press Club’s Nell Minow Award for Cultural Criticism for examining the Latino ‘cultural zeitgeist.’
The monthlong festival will celebrate L.A.’s top culinary talent, including special dining series in honor of The Times Restaurant of the Year and Gold Award winners; Food Bowl’s Night Market will return with three days of themed food and drink events at Paramount Pictures Studios Sept. 23-25
The Los Angeles Times has earned two Los Angeles area Emmy Awards: feature segment for “FFRP Firefighters” with “L.A. Times Today” on Spectrum News 1 and sports series (post-produced) for “Fernandomania @ 40” with Univision Los Angeles (KMEX).
The Los Angeles Times has launched a comprehensive, year-long mental health initiative to help readers cope with the stress of daily life, anxiety and more.
In all, The Times took home 17 awards in the annual contest recognizing outstanding Orange County journalism.
Foreign Correspondent and Photographer Marcus Yam Honored with Daniel Pearl Award for Courage and Integrity in Journalism
Columnist Carolina A. Miranda received the award for cultural criticism, and Foreign Correspondent David Pierson won for foreign correspondence.