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Dorany Pineda

Dorany Pineda is a reporter for the Los Angeles Times. She served a brief stint in City News Service’s police beat and was a general assignment reporter for the Los Angeles Wave newspaper. Pineda earned her bachelor’s in literature from UC Santa Cruz in 2012 and a journalism certificate from East Los Angeles College in 2017.
Thousands take to L.A. streets to demand recognition for the Armenian genocide

Thousands of people marched through Los Angeles on Wednesday to demand that the century-old killings of 1.5 million Armenians officially be recognized as a genocide.

Former Mexican Mafia killer who became a police ally is denied parole again

Rene "Boxer" Enriquez was denied parole by the California governor's office for the fourth time since 2014. Enriquez is serving life in prison for two murders committed in 1989.

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