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Paul Pringle

Paul Pringle is a Los Angeles Times reporter who specializes in investigating corruption. He was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2009 and a member of reporting teams that won Pulitzer Prizes in 2004 and 2011. Pringle won the George Polk Award in 2008, the same year the Society of Professional Journalists of Greater Los Angeles honored him as a distinguished journalist. In 2012, he shared in Harvard University’s Worth Bingham Prize.  Pringle won the California Newspaper Publishers Assn.’s First Amendment Award in 2014 and the University of Florida’s Joseph L. Brechner Award in 2015.
In their fight for broad disclosure of police shooting records, media groups battle sheriff's union in court

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After Southern California’s Woolsey fire devastated Malibu, some residents return home

As firefighters closed in on full containment of the massive Woolsey fire, evacuation orders were lifted over the weekend for some of the tens of thousands of people who fled.

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