Richard Winton

Reporter for the Los Angeles Times

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Trouble’s been brewing at the LAPD ever since the protests over the summer, when officers were accused of using excessive force against peaceful protesters.

Discontent brews among rank-and-file officers as LAPD rejects meeting with City Hall over budget

Trouble’s been brewing at the LAPD ever since the protests over the summer, when officers were accused of using excessive force against peaceful protesters.

from Greater LA

Kobe Bryant and eight others died in a helicopter crash in Calabasas on Sunday. The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating why the chopper went down.

Kobe Bryant: Kinship with Latinos, art in his honor

Kobe Bryant and eight others died in a helicopter crash in Calabasas on Sunday. The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating why the chopper went down.

from Greater LA

Ed Buck was arrested on Tuesday. He’s a fixture in LA’s political scene, and a prominent Democratic donor.

Democratic donor Ed Buck arrested for running a 'drug house'

Ed Buck was arrested on Tuesday. He’s a fixture in LA’s political scene, and a prominent Democratic donor.

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New coronavirus restrictions are now in effect in LA County for at least three weeks, until December 20.

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Thomas Frank examines the history of American populism, and how it was distorted by Democrats and co-opted by Republicans.

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LA Opera ’s first production since the coronavirus pandemic hit, “ The Anonymous Lover ,” was written by 18th century composer Joseph Bologne.

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President Trump’s legal remedies to overturn the election continue to fail, but does it even matter?

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We’ve heard a lot about the impact the pandemic has had on restaurants — and the challenges of adjusting to the new curfews and health orders.

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Before COVID-19, street vendor Heleo Leyva ran Quesadillas Tepexco, an East Hollywood food stand. But as the virus began to spread, he was forced to shut down.

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