Shelby Grad

City Editor, Los Angeles Times

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City Editor at the Los Angeles Times

Shelby Grad on KCRW

Former LA County Sheriff Lee Baca pleaded guilty this week to lying to federal investigators about their ongoing probe of corruption at the department. Did the buck stop there?

Corruption and Corrosion: News in LA That Stinks

Former LA County Sheriff Lee Baca pleaded guilty this week to lying to federal investigators about their ongoing probe of corruption at the department. Did the buck stop there?

from The Mixer

The blue-collar City of Bell in Los Angeles County has become a poster-child for  municipal corruption  in the United States.

Eight Officials in Bell Arrested as LA DA Prepares Charges

The blue-collar City of Bell in Los Angeles County has become a poster-child for municipal corruption in the United States.

from To the Point

Speaking this morning at a command center East of Los Angeles, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger observed, "We have a lot of fires all over the state of California.

More Smoke, More Fire in Los Angeles

Speaking this morning at a command center East of Los Angeles, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger observed, "We have a lot of fires all over the state of California.

from To the Point

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