Louis Sahagún is a staff writer at the Los Angeles Times. He covers issues ranging from religion, culture and the environment to crime, politics and water. He was on the team of L.A. Times writers that earned the Pulitzer Prize in public service for a series on Latinos in Southern California and the team that was a finalist in 2015 for the Pulitzer Prize in breaking news. He is a CCNMA: Latino Journalists of California board member, and author of the book, “Master of the Mysteries: the Life of Manly Palmer Hall.”
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As the San Joaquin Valley braces for yet another season of drought, some growers are openly questioning the future of farming here.
With supreme confidence and politically incorrect bluster, businessman Dan Pena made a fortune. He prods and pokes his students to do the same.
A judge rejects approval of Tejon Ranch project’s environmental impact report by Los Angeles County, effectively blocking construction.
When California’s exceedingly rare and vulnerable black toads seek a springtime fling, Deep Springs College in Inyo County helps set the mood.
A medida que un lobo gris conocido como OR-93 se adentra en California, su viaje se vuelve cada vez más peligroso.
As a gray wolf known as OR-93 heads deeper into California, his journey grows ever more perilous.
The California Coastal Commission votes to phase out off-roading at Oceano Dunes, saying it causes health problems and degrades fragile habitat.
Los ecologistas y los líderes tribales luchan contra el plan de K2 Gold de vender sus derechos mineros a una gran empresa para su desarrollo.
A barrage of lawsuits will likely follow any action taken to resolve the long-running dispute over off-roading at Oceano Dunes.
Ruling has significant implications for water agencies statewide facing the complex challenges of servicing ratepayers and meeting environmental requirements.