Laurel Erickson

KCET

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Correspondent/investigative reporter for SoCal Connected on KCET

Laurel Erickson on KCRW

Council members in the City of Bell were recently  convicted of crimes  for inflating their salaries by taking money for work on city commissions that hardly ever met.

Incompetence or Corruption in Compton?

Council members in the City of Bell were recently convicted of crimes for inflating their salaries by taking money for work on city commissions that hardly ever met.

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SoCal Connected on KCET has added a  third report  to its ongoing series on  HACLA .

Was City Controller Wendy Greuel Slow to Check Out a Scandal?

SoCal Connected on KCET has added a third report to its ongoing series on HACLA .

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Public TV station KCET's SoCal Connected program has helped reveal a major scandal at  LA's Housing Authority  involving former director Rudolf Montiel.

LA Housing Authority Troubles Continue

Public TV station KCET's SoCal Connected program has helped reveal a major scandal at LA's Housing Authority involving former director Rudolf Montiel.

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