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Sarah Parvini

Sarah Parvini is a reporter on the Los Angeles Times’ Metro desk covering breaking news and stories throughout the state. She was part of the team that won the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of the San Bernardino terrorist attack. A San Diego native, she defected from the Padres’ camp and found refuge in Dodger Stadium.
With sanctions reimposed, some Iranian American businesses say they're back at square one

When a 2010 embargo on Iranian goods was lifted, Iranian American business owners felt a surge of hope for the revival of a commercial lifeline that had gone dead. But after President Trump reimposed sanctions, some say they're tired of the back-and-forth.

As California wildfires displace low-income residents in wine country, tech industry continues to bolster Bay Area wealth

California’s booming tech industry is legendary for pouring increasing wealth into the San Francisco Bay Area, but a recent government analysis suggests that a far more primitive force is now helping to shape income demographics in the region — wildfire.

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