Los Angeles Times
Staff writer for the Los Angeles Times covering City Hall; former staff writer for the LA Weekly
Mayor Eric Garcetti is halfway through his second and final term in office, but that hasn’t stopped one of the city’s biggest unions from releasing new ads attacking him.
Jul. 17from Greater LA
Mayor Eric Garcetti's’ former deputy mayor, Raymond Chan, solicited donations from Chinese developers who wanted to build downtown.
Jan. 31, 2019from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The FBI raided the home and offices of Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar on Wednesday. He represents the 14th District, which includes Downtown LA, Boyle Heights and Eagle Rock.
Nov. 8, 2018from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Longtime businesses in Little Tokyo are facing gentrification. They worry they’ll be priced out as downtown has revitalized, and rents are going up.
Nov. 13from Greater LA
Hill's estranged husband was shopping the "real story" behind their divorce. Then private photos and text messages showed up on conservative website.
Nov. 1from KCRW Features
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program faces a big test before the Supreme Court on Tuesday.
Nov. 11from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The ISIS leader is dead, but ISIS lives on.
Nov. 1from Left, Right & Center
With support from Democrats as well as Republicans, President Trump agreed to release inmates from harsh prison terms due to the War on Drugs. But his own Justice Department wants…
Nov. 14from To the Point
The Getty Fire has burned more than 650 acres, and is only 5% contained as of this morning.
Oct. 29from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Impeachment by Democrats in the House may lead to trial in the Senate, with Chief Justice John Roberts presiding. Can he prevent the Republican majority from rushing to judgement?
Oct. 30from To the Point
Trump may be trying to stop the flow of immigrants, but for $500,000 and a promise to create at least 10 jobs, a foreigner can get a provisional green card.
Nov. 14from Greater LA
The Easy Fire has burned more than 1,700 acres and is 10% contained. 26,000 people are estimated to be affected. Some 800 firefighters are on the scene.
Oct. 30from KCRW Features