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Jack Dolan

Jack Dolan is an investigative reporter for the Los Angeles Times. A winner of several national investigative reporting awards, he was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 2001 for a series revealing the doctors with the worst disciplinary histories in the country, using records the federal government sought to keep secret. He began his newspaper career at the Hartford Courant in Connecticut, where he grew up, and worked at the Miami Herald before coming to The Times.
Controversial L.A. police and fire retirement plan more expensive than promised to voters, report says

The controversial retirement program that pays Los Angeles police and firefighters their salaries and pensions simultaneously at the end of their careers has not been “cost-neutral” — as was promised to voters when they approved it in 2001.

'Nonstop' aerial attack saves homes in Woolsey fire, but winds expected to bring new dangers

While flames whipped dangerously close to homes, a squadron of helicopters took advantage of a lull in winds Sunday to save homes and keep most flare-ups within the Woolsey fire’s 85,550-acre footprint. But winds were expected to pick up, bringing new dangers around the fire.

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