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Joseph Serna

Joseph Serna is a Metro reporter who has been with the Los Angeles Times since 2012. He previously worked for papers in Orange County and Signal Hill, a 2.2-square-mile city surrounded by Long Beach. He was part of the team that won the Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News for coverage of the 2015 San Bernardino terrorist attack and is a graduate of California’s community college and Cal State systems.
'We do not believe this was an accident': Deadly explosion in Aliso Viejo linked to suspicious device

An explosion that killed a woman and injured several others at an Aliso Viejo day spa Tuesday afternoon likely came from a package and appears suspicious, law enforcement sources told The Times.

Mountain lions are being killed on freeways and weakened by inbreeding. Researchers have a solution

A study suggests that if crossings are built in two locations – one at U.S. Highway 101 near Liberty Canyon Road in Agoura Hills, the other at Interstate 15 south of a golf course in Temecula – the species might have a long term chance at survival in SoCal.

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