Deborah Schoch

Reporter, Los Angeles Times

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Weekend reporter for the Los Angeles Times

Deborah Schoch on KCRW

This is LA's driest year on record, but there is a surprising amount of water flowing down the Los Angeles River and out to sea.

Where Does Recycled Water Flow in LA?

This is LA's driest year on record, but there is a surprising amount of water flowing down the Los Angeles River and out to sea.

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