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.
Sam Farmer, longtime LA Times reporter, to join upcoming luncheon
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.
Colleagues recall the summer internship of new Editor-Publisher Davan Maharj
Tribune Publishing announces Chicago entrepreneur, Michael Ferro as largest shareholder and new non-Executive Chairman of the Board.
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.
Why is Johanna Maska leaving the Obama team for the LA Times?
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!