Introducing Dorany Pineda, New Drought Reporter of Los Angeles Times
Dorany Pineda, Los Angeles Times' New Drought Reporter
Dorany Pineda covers the drought in California for the Los Angeles Times. Since joining the newsroom in 2018, she’s been a general assignment reporter on Metro and Calendar, done a stint writing obituaries, and covered books, the publishing industry and the local literary scene. Previously, she was on the police beat for City News Service and was a general assignment reporter for the Los Angeles Wave newspaper. Pineda earned her bachelor’s in literature from UC Santa Cruz in 2012 and a journalism certificate from East Los Angeles College in 2017.
News alert🚨: It's my first day with the environment team at the LA Times! I'll be writing about CA's drought & how it's affecting ppl & communities in LA & beyond. Who should I talk to? How is the drought impacting you? Send me tips & story pitches! My DMs are open.— Dorany Pineda (@DoranyPineda90) October 4, 2022
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