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Chris Megerian

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Chris Megerian is a Sacramento-based reporter for the Los Angeles Times.

Chris Megerian on KCRW

After years of drought, Northern California is threatened by too much water.

California's Oroville Dam in crisis

After years of drought, Northern California is threatened by too much water.

from To the Point

Over $24 million has been spent on this year's election by special interest groups.

Who Is Really Funding Your Candidate?

Over $24 million has been spent on this year's election by special interest groups.

from Olney in L.A.

During the Great Recession, the California legislature cut a lot of popular programs.

State Legislators Debate New Taxes

During the Great Recession, the California legislature cut a lot of popular programs.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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There are so many Democrats wanting to be president in 2020. Cory Booker is the latest to announce.

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Everyone is talking about Tuesday’s State of the Union, including us.

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Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador has forged a special connection to Angelenos and Mexican-Americans.

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Thirty-one thousand LAUSD teachers, nurses, librarians, and counselors went on strike this morning. They want a salary increase, smaller class sizes, and the hiring of more staff.

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President Trump is delivering his State of the Union address, which the White House says will outline a "policy agenda both parties can rally behind."

PG&E was found responsible for starting many of the fires that hit California these past few years. The utility faces billions of dollars in potential liabilities.

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President Trump asked for unity from a newly divided Congress--which has more women than ever before.

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Democrats seem unlikely to give in to President Trump’s wall funding demands, making another government shutdown likely.

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More than 800,000 federal employees continue to go without pay in what could soon be the longest government shutdown yet.

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