Alex Wigglesworth Staff Writer
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Alex Wigglesworth is a staff writer at the Los Angeles Times.

161 Articles
3 months ago
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Northern California wildfire wipes out neighborhood with frightening speed

The Mill fire in Siskiyou County destroys the historically Black neighborhood of Lincoln Heights in Weed, officials s...

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4 months ago
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Man shot and killed in Echo Park

A man was shot and killed in the 1900 block of Echo Park Avenue on Friday.

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4 months ago
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As risk of nuclear war grows, study warns that even a limited exchange would doom billions

A nuclear conflict involving less than 3% of the world’s stockpiles could kill a third of the world’s population with...

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4 months ago
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Burglars crash car into Neiman Marcus in Beverly Hills, police say

The suspects made off with undisclosed items, potentially handbags, police said.

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4 months ago
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Orange County sheriff's deputy accused of sexually assaulting two inmates

Arcadio Rodriguez, 30, is accused of sexually assaulting two women while they were incarcerated at Theo Lacy jail.

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4 months ago
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McKinney fire landslide kills scores of fish in Klamath River

Flash flooding in a Northern California burn scar triggered a massive debris flow that is now suspected of killing sc...

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4 months ago
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State refuses request for more water in communities with high wildfire risk

Southern California water agencies had asked the state to allocate more supplies to irrigate vegetation in high-risk ...

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4 months ago
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Destructive rain in Death Valley and flooded Vegas casinos mark a summer of extreme weather

As Death Valley dries off from near record rains, some see the fingerprints of climate change

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4 months ago
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How McKinney fire became an unstoppable monster: Extreme heat, death, destruction

Explosive growth of the deadly McKinney fire was driven by a perfect storm of extreme heat, dry vegetation, steep ter...

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4 months ago
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Monster Northern California fire explodes, threatens multiple communities

The McKinney fire explodes to more than 51,000 acres

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4 months ago
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Two California fires in the Sierra Nevada have very different outcomes. Why?

Why was the Oak fire so much more destructive than the Washburn fire? Experts say it's because of weather, terrain an...

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9 months ago
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L.A. coronavirus cases continue decline but hot spots remain

Outbreaks have been reported at multiple correctional and law enforcement settings.

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