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  • Dylan Hernandez is the Dodgers beat writer for the Los Angeles Times. Dylan was recently selected as part of 40 Latinos in sports to watch.

    40 Under 40: Latinos In Sports

    The 2016 sports season was filled with countless story lines ranging from redemptions, to walk off retirements and dramatic Olympic performances. And in the center of these were many influential Latinos.

  • Sam Farmer, longtime LA Times reporter, to join upcoming luncheon

    Sam Farmer, LA Times Staff Writer Headlines Pasadena Quarterbacks Luncheon This Week

    2016 California Sportswriter of the Year, as awarded by the Associated Press Sports Editors, Sam Farmer will address Pasadena Quarterbacks at its Friday luncheon, October 14, at Brookside Golf Club... in the shadow of the Rose Bowl. He was a three-year finalist. Farmer is in his 21st season covering the NFL for the Los Angeles Times.

  • Congrats, Mary!

    Mary McNamara named assistant managing editor for arts and entertainment

    Mary McNamara, who won a Pulitzer Prize in 2015 for her television criticism, has been named The Times' assistant managing editor for arts and entertainment. McNamara, who joined The Times in 1990, has been an assigning editor for the Los Angeles Times Magazine, a feature writer for Life & Style...

  • Our staff won the 2016 breaking news prize - The Times' 44th Pulitzer - for its work chronicling the chaotic, fast-breaking events of Dec. 2 and their aftermath.

    Los Angeles Times wins Pulitzer for San Bernardino terrorist attack coverage

    The Los Angeles Times has won a Pulitzer Prize, American journalism's top honor, for its coverage of last year's mass shooting in San Bernardino.

  • Colleagues recall the summer internship of new Editor-Publisher Davan Maharj

    Colleague Recalls L.A. Times Editor-Publisher Davan Maharaj's Summer Internship

    Peter H. King (pictured) is currently a California correspondent for the Los Angeles Times. He has enjoyed a long and storied career with the paper, dating back to the early 1980s. In 1989, King welcomed to the newsroom and subsequently directly supervised an intern named Davan Maharaj.

  • Tribune Publishing announces Chicago entrepreneur, Michael Ferro as largest shareholder and new non-Executive Chairman of the Board.

    Chicago entrepreneur buys a large stake in L.A. Times owner

    Chicago entrepreneur Michael Ferro is investing $44.4 million in Los Angeles Times owner Tribune Publishing Co., making him the company's largest shareholder and infusing cash that could bolster a planned bid for the Orange County Register.

  • Tribune Publishing Company announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire San Diego Union-Tribune, as well as nine community weeklies and related digital properties. The San Diego Union-Tribune has garnered four Pulitzer Prizes and has a 146-year history of providing daily news and information in San Diego, the second-largest city in California and the eighth largest in the United States. In conjunction with the acquisition and expansion, Tribune Publishing is forming the California News Group to oversee operations in Los Angeles and San Diego.

    L.A. Times parent to buy San Diego paper, expanding reach in Southern California

    The parent company of the Los Angeles Times has agreed to buy the U-T San Diego, uniting the newspapers of California's two largest cities under common ownership. Tribune Publishing, owner of The Times, the Chicago Tribune and other daily newspapers, announced Thursday that it will pay $85 million in a cash-and-stock deal for the U-T, eight community weeklies and related websites.

  • Why is Johanna Maska leaving the Obama team for the LA Times?

    Why I'm leaving the Obama team for the LA Times

    Why I'm leaving the Obama team for the LA Times I was standing at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan, seven weeks after giving birth to my darling son, having pulled together something that had never been done before. President Barack Obama was speaking to Americans in a live, prime-time address from the other side of the world.

  • Los Angeles Times has won two Pulitzer Prizes, American journalism’s top honor, for its coverage of California’s drought and for cultural criticism. Congrats to Diana Marcum & Mary McNamara!

    L.A. Times wins Pulitzers for coverage of California drought and television

    Staff writer Diana Marcum won the feature writing prize for her narrative portraits of farmers, fieldworkers and other Californians in drought-stricken towns in the Central Valley. Mary McNamara, The Times’ television critic and cultural editor, won the prize for criticism.

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