The Crime & Cops Stories

I've been writing so much in my full-time role with the Beverly Hills Courier and I haven't updated the site in a while. A lot of new articles have been published that I have let slip by, so I'm planning to periodically list recent articles I've written by category or beat. Here are some crime and police stories I've written.

Falling Into a Beat – Environmental Reporting In Beverly Hills

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I’ve fallen into a bit of an environmental beat lately with the Beverly Hills Courier. I’m also writing a lot more for the paper, so for now I’m going to post every other week or so with links and snips from my latest stories.

Greystone Mansion – A Beverly Hills Landmark Reopens

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My latest article for The Beverly Hills Courier was published recently. Greystone Mansion is a landmark historic property in Beverly Hills. Caretakers of the estate were busy during pandemic and completed a bunch of restoration projects.

New Apartments or New Green Space?

Carl Robinette recently reported on a development proposed near the Los Angeles River. The LA River is that iconic concrete canal you see in movies like Terminator 2, but with large parts of the river inhabited by green space and wildlife, some groups want to expand and open the natural environment in and around the LA River, while developers see an emerging opportunity for high-end housing near Atwater Village.

Combating Homelessness at the Neighborhood Level

Combating Homelessness at the Neighborhood Level

Carl Robinette recently reported on homelessness in the Los Feliz area and what locals are doing to help. With a shortage of services for a sky rocketing homeless population, the city's homelessness crisis is more visible than ever.

Celebrating Indigenous L.A.

Carl recently reported on an indigenous people's celebration in Los Angeles for the Los Feliz ledger. Though much of native American history has been erased or mistreated, the article hopes to give local residents a sense of connection to the indigenous history of the land on which they live and help foster a sense of one community.

Bridge Over the River L.A.

Carl recently reported on a new bridge built to help cyclists, pedestrians and equestrians cross the Los Angeles River in North Atwater Village. The bridge saw some controversy after costs skyrocketed, but some residents are just happy to have a bridge to improve access to Griffith Park in the area north of Los Feliz Blvd.