Hannah Fry, Los Angeles Times

Hannah Fry

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • Los Angeles Times
Past:
  • The Union-Tribune
  • chicagotribune.com
  • Orlando Sentinel
  • The Morning Call
  • The Baltimore Sun
  • Hartford Courant

Recent articles by Hannah:

Lower temperatures help firefighters boost containment of Fawn fire

Alexandra Souverneva, 30, of Palo Alto, was charged with arson in connection with the 8,500-acre fire. → Read More

Hate attacks are up in Orange County, with a huge increase against Asian Americans, new report says

Hate-motivated attacks that did not rise to the level of a crime — known as hate incidents — increased by 69%, driven largely by an 19-fold increase in attacks on Asians. → Read More

Newsom thanks for California for rejecting recall

The governor said he saw the recall's failure as a hopeful sign. → Read More

Women and the recall: Thumbs-down on Elder; thumbs-up on keeping Newsom in office

A nonpartisan poll finds that 62% of likely women voters approve of California Gov. Gavin Newsom while only 43% of men do. → Read More

Several hundred gather in Santa Monica to protest against proposed vaccine mandates

Held in a park off a busy stretch of Ocean Avenue, the gathering appeared half political rally and half religious gathering. → Read More

Before the California recall, Larry Elder's charity failed

Larry Elder touts private charity over government assistance. His own charity was a dud. → Read More

Judge scales back charges against Orange County doctor, girlfriend in sex assault case

An Orange County Superior Court judge has approved a request by state prosecutors to drop a host of rape charges against a Newport Beach surgeon and his girlfriend. → Read More

A toxic stew of anti-Asian racism, anti-vaccine vitriol roils Orange County

People in Little Saigon are anxious and angry after Board of Supervisors Chairman Andrew Do was called a 'communist parasite' and told to 'go back to Vietnam.' → Read More

Woman who accused Newport Beach doctor of rape asks judge not to dismiss charges

A woman who alleges that in 2009 she was raped by a Newport Beach doctor who is charged alongside his girlfriend with drugging and sexually assaulting other women pleaded with an Orange County Superior Court judge Thursday not to drop charges against the man she said attacked her. → Read More

Prosecutors ready to focus rape case against Orange County doctor, girlfriend around 2 women

Prosecutors say they intend to move forward with two of the original seven women whom Grant Robicheaux was accused of sexually assaulting. → Read More

Orange County to be dropped from Great Park name, Irvine officials decide

The cost to replace signs, marketing materials, uniforms and other materials are estimated at $360,000 and will take roughly a year, officials said. → Read More

Veterans and locals spar over Irvine military cemetery plans

After nearly a decade of pushing to have a military cemetery built at a former Marine base near the Great Park, the proposal was all but killed when the City Council refused to choose a site. → Read More

Huntington Beach restaurant rebuffs COVID precautions, wants unvaccinated diners

Basilico's in Orange County has long pushed back against any coronavirus restrictions or safety measures. → Read More

L.A. County now requires masks indoors. But will people follow the rules?

L.A. County now requires masks in indoor public places, opening a new battle line as the coronavirus is rising significantly among the unvaccinated. → Read More

L.A. County reports second-largest daily increase in coronavirus cases in months

Officials hope more masking will help contain the hyper-contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus, which is easily spread and has been blamed for increased infections across the country. The mandate goes into effect midnight Saturday. → Read More

Third venue cancels America First rally to be hosted by two controversial GOP lawmakers

Shortly before GOP Reps. Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene were to appear in Orange County for an America First rally, Anaheim officials canceled it. → Read More

Orange County, which fought rail transit for decades, is finally getting a streetcar

The OC Streetcar, a light-rail system slated for completion in 2023, will carry only six vehicles over a bit more than four miles, but it will launch Orange County into a transit future it has long resisted. → Read More

Why was Bill Cosby set free? A legal obscurity brings anger, alarm to #MeToo movement

An attorney who has represented dozens of sex assault survivors said the Pennsylvania court’s decision may discourage victims from coming forward. → Read More

O.C. Stop the Steal organizer Alan Hostetter indicted on Capitol riot conspiracy charges

The yoga instructor and five other Southern California men were indicted by a federal grand jury Thursday for their roles in the violent storming of the Capitol on Jan. 6. → Read More

Suspect in alleged road rage killing of Aiden Leos faces 'depraved heart' murder charge

The man accused of killing 6-year-old Aiden Leos in a road rage shooting committed the crime with 'malice aforethought,' prosecutors allege. → Read More