Rediscovering the L.A. Times’ investigative reporting from 2022

Investigative journalism requires a commitment to asking powerful people tough questions. It requires a willingness to challenge conventional wisdom and challenge our own assumptions. Above all, it takes time and diligence to track down the truth.

For the past year, journalists at the Los Angeles Times have dug deep to uncover stories no one else told. They uncovered a variety of problems with California’s approach to cannabis legalization, including exploitation and deaths of farm workers, corruption, the state’s failure to eradicate previous weed-related convictions, and an explosion of unlicensed grows and illegal dispensaries.

They revealed allegations of misconduct by some of Hollywood’s most powerful players. They shared the stories of victims of sexual harassment and other wrongdoing in the California State University system. They showed blatant failures by prosecutors to stop wrongdoing. They uncovered official cover-ups and government failures.

Below is just a small selection of the investigative coverage we have published in 2022.

All of these stories took time, persistence, talent, and the teamwork of reporters, photographers, designers, editors, and those who produce videos, podcasts, social media, and other content. We can’t do it without your help. Please support our work by registering today.

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