Michael Livingston was a Metpro trainee from 2017-18 at the Los Angeles Times. He previously worked as a crime reporter at the Herald in Rock Hill, S.C. and the Danville Register & Bee in Virginia. While at the Register & Bee, he won multiple Virginia Press Assn. awards for crime and breaking news reporting. He graduated from Virginia Union University in Richmond.
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