Evelyn Larrubia Assistant Managing Editor
Evelyn Larrubia is KPCC: Southern California Public Radio's Assistant Managing Editor.
Previously, Evelyn served as KPCC's Education Editor, guiding an investigation into the problems surrounding L.A. Unified's iPad program, the lack of arts education in Southern California and the misuse of election funds in Inglewood's school district. She also led a projects on bilingual learning and poverty in Los Angeles schools, among many other stories and projects.
Prior to her time at KPCC, Evelyn was editorial director of the nonprofit Investigative News Network, where she managed several multi-newsroom projects for the 64-member network — including an investigation into alleged abuses by the Border Patrol and another into an EPA clean up program that favored wealthy communities.
Larrubia produced numerous high-impact stories as an investigative reporter for the Los Angeles Times during her 12 years there. She covered courts, labor and county government, among other topics. Her reporting led to arrests, indictments and investigations of various players for violating the public trust or taking advantage of vulnerable people. After leaving the Times in 2009 she worked as associate editor for the Los Angeles Daily Journal, where she managed a team of reporters in daily and enterprise coverage of the law, government, legislation and justice.
Larrubia's work has garnered a dozen national journalism awards, including the Scripps Howard National Journalism Award for Investigative reporting, the Associated Press Managing Editors Public Service Award, the Livingston Award for Young Journalists and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists Award.
A graduate of the University of South Florida, Larrubia started her reporting career at El Nuevo Herald in Miami, where she was a reporter and consumer columnist writing in Spanish and English. She covered police and courts for the Sun-Sentinel in South Florida.
She was a John S. Knight Fellow at Stanford University and is a lecturer at Occidental College in Eagle Rock.
Stories by Evelyn Larrubia
Labor unions helped retired state legislator Sheila Kuehl best Bobby Shriver to win a seat on the powerful Los Angeles Board of Supervisors.
A woman who was 15 when she disappeared 10 years ago from her California home has contacted police and says she was held against her will for years.
Adam Silver said that he was "not prepared yet to discuss any sanctions against Donald Sterling" but that the league would move quickly in its investigation.
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A former priest and suspected child molester who left the Los Angeles Archdiocese to work for the LA Unified School District has been dismissed from his new job.