Jack Leonard, @jackfleonard
Leonard covers Los Angeles County’s criminal courts for the LA Times.
ICYMI: ‘All hell broke loose’ as police chased the San Bernardino shooters https://t.co/JPVgiAazQX Dramatic account of the gunfight.
— Jack Leonard (@jackfleonard) December 14, 2015
Peter Nickeas, @PeterNickeas
The Chicago Tribune’s overnight crime reporter. He’s always working a good scoop.
Female in a pink hoody fighting with @cta privately contracted security firm’s K9 units
— Peter Nickeas (@PeterNickeas) January 13, 2016
David Ovalle, @DavidOvalle305
This Miami Herald reporter guarantees he’ll cover the important stuff: “courts, crime, zombies.” He’s got you covered with the crazy things crooks do.
Judge Colodny apparently is being swamped with letters from cat lovers after my story came out on declawing death https://t.co/lYCVVz1qDo
— David Ovalle (@DavidOvalle305) January 14, 2016
Stacy St. Clair, @StacyStClair
St. Clair, from Chicago, has a lot of experience covering crime and government. No joke, she was once honored by Harvard University’s Nieman Foundation.
— Stacy St. Clair (@StacyStClair) January 4, 2016
Les Zaitz, @LesZaitz
The Oregonian’s senior investigative reporter has been all over the Oregon Militiamen. Plus, he rocks a sweet cowboy hat.
UPDATE: “Every gun in the house is loaded.” Burns residents detail intimidation that leaves them deeply afraid. https://t.co/RTzQmFys0u
— Les Zaitz (@LesZaitz) January 13, 2016
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