Joe Mozingo

Los Angeles Times

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Projects reporter for the Los Angeles Times

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More than 75 lawsuits have been filed against Southern California Edison for igniting the Thomas Fire back in 2017, which set the stage for deadly debris flows in Montecito.

Edison sues Santa Barbara County over last year’s mudslides

More than 75 lawsuits have been filed against Southern California Edison for igniting the Thomas Fire back in 2017, which set the stage for deadly debris flows in Montecito.

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Yesterday's mass shooting has focused attention on the city of San Bernardino and its struggle with urban decay.

San Bernardino Tries to Cope after Tragedy

Yesterday's mass shooting has focused attention on the city of San Bernardino and its struggle with urban decay.

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Forty percent of the nation’s imports arrive at the Ports of LA and Los Angeles.  Goods are then trucked out to the Inland Empire, to be stored in massive warehouses the size of…

Can Massive Warehouses Save the Inland Empire?

Forty percent of the nation’s imports arrive at the Ports of LA and Los Angeles.  Goods are then trucked out to the Inland Empire, to be stored in massive warehouses the size of…

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