Justin Kloczko

reporter at the LA Daily Journal

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Kelly Browne never knew she grew up near the second-largest gas storage facility in the country. But after it suffered a blowout, she began seeing its effects everywhere.

Years after Aliso Canyon gas leak, residents say they face chronic health issues and want the facility closed

Kelly Browne never knew she grew up near the second-largest gas storage facility in the country. But after it suffered a blowout, she began seeing its effects everywhere.

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On Monday, FBI agents raided the LA Department of Water and Power headquarters, along with the offices of City Attorney Mike Feuer at City Hall.

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