Sunshine Week in the Los Angeles News Group

Last week, the Los Angeles News Group marked Sunshine Week by highlighting a few examples of the sort of coverage we do to fulfill our role as a government watchdog. We work hard to hold those who represent the people accountable. The stories within each Storify below are but a few examples of this.

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  1. LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS

    From @ladailynews: More documents from the Los Angeles diocese, toddlers found wandering the streets of L.A., LAPD's on-body cameras, and reports of misdeeds in the L.A. County Sheriff's Department.
  2. TORRANCE DAILY BREEZE

    From @DailyBreezeNewsUntangling the facts behind the salary of a very well paid school district superintendent, a business owner fights an Americans with Disabilities Act lawsuit, and more.
  3. LONG BEACH PRESS TELEGRAM

    From @presstelegram: Video of the Long Beach mayoral debate, dumped voter registration cards, and a union wins a settlement after being threatened for organizing, and more.
  4. SAN GABRIEL VALLEY TRIBUNE

    From @sgvtribune: Corruption on the Central Basin Municipal Water District board, including neglected campaign finance reports and a board insurance policy in jeopardy, and more.
  5. PASADENA STAR NEWS

    From @PasStarNewsA probe into corruption at the Pasadena Police Department prompts changes in how officer-involved shootings are investigated, a water district board under scrutiny, and more.
  6. WHITTIER DAILY NEWS

    From @WhittierNewsAllegations of racial polarization in a city council election prompts a lawsuit, and a nod to the investigative coverage of sister papers.
  7. INLAND VALLEY DAILY BULLETIN

    From @ivdailybulletinA decline in crime in Pomona — except homicides, a fatal accident that sheds light on a safety issue on campus, a community upset about the draining of a lake, continuing coverage of a medical marijuana dispensary owner's fight for his freedom, and more.
  8. SAN BERNARDINO SUN

    From @sbsun: A debate sets the course of a bankrupt city's future, an old murder we now realize could have maybe been prevented, and educators behaving badly.
  9. REDLANDS DAILY FACTS

    From @RedlandsNews: The city makes good on a transparency rating, misses the mark on a couple of vehicle safety inspections, improves the financial status of its citrus groves, and more.
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