Paul Pringle

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Investigative reporter for the Los Angeles Times

Paul Pringle on KCRW

An LA Times investigation has found that Dr. Carmen Puliafito, former Dean of USC's Keck School of Medicine, did meth and other drugs with a prostitute in local hotels.

The secret life of former USC medical school dean

An LA Times investigation has found that Dr. Carmen Puliafito, former Dean of USC's Keck School of Medicine, did meth and other drugs with a prostitute in local hotels.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The Los Angeles County Fair debuted in 1922, and was once the biggest agricultural fair in the country.

L.A.'s Questionable County Fair

The Los Angeles County Fair debuted in 1922, and was once the biggest agricultural fair in the country.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

LA County Supervisors have adopted standardized, digital testing for hiring across all its departments. The idea is to provide security and make it harder to cheat.

LA County Fire Department Attempts to Fix Hiring Scandal

LA County Supervisors have adopted standardized, digital testing for hiring across all its departments. The idea is to provide security and make it harder to cheat.

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