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Louis Sahagun

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Reporter for the Los Angeles Times

Louis Sahagun on KCRW

The Woolsey fire has devastated 100,000 acres, including 88 percent of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.

How the Santa Monica Mountains are faring after the Woolsey Fire

The Woolsey fire has devastated 100,000 acres, including 88 percent of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Citing climate change, LA water officials are turning off the tap for ranchers hundreds of miles from here.

With LA’s water policy change, ranchers in Eastern Sierra say their way of life is threatened

Citing climate change, LA water officials are turning off the tap for ranchers hundreds of miles from here.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Coyotes hang out in our parks and college campuses. They look both ways before crossing the street, and they will eat just about anything.

What urban coyotes eat -- including cats

Coyotes hang out in our parks and college campuses. They look both ways before crossing the street, and they will eat just about anything.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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