Janet Clayton

Managing Editor of State and Local News, Los Angeles Times

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Managing Editor of State and Local News for the Los Angeles Times

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Last Halloween night, the Long Beach Police say three white women were attacked coming out of a haunted house in the upscale neighborhood of Bixby Knolls.

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Last Halloween night, the Long Beach Police say three white women were attacked coming out of a haunted house in the upscale neighborhood of Bixby Knolls.

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