Faith E. Pinho is a Metro reporter at the Los Angeles Times. She came to The Times from the Daily Pilot, where she covered coastal Orange County cities since 2018. Before that, she reported for the Indianapolis Star, the Washington Times and public radio stations WBUR and WMRA. She studied journalism and politics at Washington and Lee University and King’s College London. A Boston native, Pinho can now usually be found tending to her succulents, scarfing down carnitas tacos or scratching her head over her compost pile.
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