The Los Angeles Times has won its 48th Pulitzer Prize and been recognized with two finalists in the prestigious journalism competition.
“Unshaken” is 24-page guide to prepare Californians for the next major earthquake.
Times Beijing Bureau Chief Alice Su has won the 2021 Osborn Elliott Prize for Excellence in Journalism on Asia for her coverage of China during 2020.
The 9th annual student poster contest promotes conservation of water and energy
The Times to honor Restaurant of the Year and Gold Award winners at special dining events; Series of virtual food forums will focus on women in the industry, Black-owned businesses and issues of food access, waste and sustainability
Reported and hosted by Christopher Goffard, the podcast’s first two episodes are available now with exclusive bonus content for Times subscribers
The map-based points-of-interest list features the Golden State’s top summer destinations
In commemoration of Kobe Bryant’s induction into the Hall of Fame, The Times sports desk released a video series on the late Lakers legend best.
The Los Angeles Times and Times Community News have been honored with 123 awards in the recent California News Publishers Association California Journalism Awards competition.
The Best of the Southland readers’ poll will recognize top picks for businesses across 65 different categories in five regional zones.
The Times recently scored 91 honors, including one gold medal and five silver medals, in the Society for News Design’s Best of Print Design competition.
The Times has won 15 awards, plus best in show in the National Headliner Awards competition.
The Times has earned five awards and one honorable mention in the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing (SABEW) competition.
Award-winning journalist Paloma Esquivel has been named Metro’s new education investigative reporter at the Los Angeles Times.
After a successful run as an audience engagement editor in Arts and Entertainment, Justin Ray is taking over as author of the Essential California newsletter.
We selected this year’s contingent from more than 1,100 applications from across the country and abroad.
In this new role, Stephanie Chavez will oversee our expanding education coverage and joins the leadership team of the newsroom’s largest department.
She will devote herself both to covering breaking news during fire season but also diving deeply into the ecological, climate, economic and political facets of the topic.
The veteran journalist will do investigative reporting on underserved communities in Los Angeles.
Roa is a 26-year veteran of Southern California journalism and has been with TCN for 11 years.
Denise Guerra, Mario Diaz and Shannon Lin are working on a daily podcast set to launch in May. Jarondakie Patrick is on the news tools and program management team.
The expansion of the program aligns with the newsroom’s commitment to nurture homegrown talent and provide opportunities for underrepresented voices.
Members of the 2020 politics team are given promotions or reassignments back in the Los Angeles Times newsroom.
Dawn Burkes joins the features desk and Carolyn Horwitz and Isabelle D’Antonio will work on news.