Priscella Vega is a reporter for the Los Angeles Times. She previously covered city government and education for the Daily Pilot. She received a first place award from the Los Angeles Press Club in 2019 for her reporting on whether the city of Huntington Beach had overcome the racist episodes of its past following the arrest of four members of a local white supremacist group. Before joining the Pilot in 2017, she worked for the Daily Breeze covering the Palos Verdes Peninsula and for the Long Beach Press-Telegram as a general assignment intern. Vega earned her journalism degree from Cal State Long Beach in 2015 and is a native Spanish speaker. She enjoys traveling, practicing yoga and live music.
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An off-duty firefighter killed a fellow firefighter and critically wounded a captain in a shooting at Agua Dulce fire station Tuesday morning, officials said.
A la policía y a los funcionarios electos les preocupa que el pandemónium que se produjo en la ciudad ponga de manifiesto el poder de las redes sociales, que pueden difundir información a lo largo y ancho, provocando que los acontecimientos se salgan de control.
Police and elected officials worry the pandemonium that occurred in the city highlights the power of social media, which can disseminate information far and wide, causing events to get out of hand.
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Evacuation orders were lifted Monday night as officials made progress battling a 150-acre vegetation fire in Riverside County’s Jurupa Valley.
California Atty. Gen. Rob Bonta’s direction is a sharp departure from the Department of Justice’s last four years of legal fighting against the Trump administration on national issues.
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