Shawn Hubler

Shawn Hubler has been a reporter and columnist in California for more than three decades. Before coming to CalMatters in 2018, she served as the the deputy editorial page editor at The Sacramento Bee, spent 18 years as a staff writer and columnist at The Los Angeles Times where she shared three staff Pulitzer Prizes, and won a PEN Center West Award for literary journalism at the Los Angeles Herald Examiner.


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Berkeley, California, USA - October 15, 2016: University of California entrance sign on the corner of Oxford Street and Center Street at Berkeley, California. Over 150 years old, and with many Nobel Prizes winners (they even have reserved parking spots for them), the campus serves almost 40,000 students within an open green space.

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Democratic presidential candidates Pete Buttigieg, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, and Kamala Harris before the start of the Democratic primary debate hosted by NBC News at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Thursday, June 27, 2019, in Miami.

See which Dem your California neighbors are funding to beat Trump, in 5 charts

A pair of worn out tennis shoes illustrate an all-too-common symptom of income inequality: child poverty. More than 27 percent of children in Santa Cruz county are in poverty, the second highest rate in California

California’s child poverty hits coastal Bay Area

In California, we long ago ended the ‘War on Coal’

An Immigration and Customs Enforcement officer handcuffs an adult male.

Expanding the ‘sanctuary’ state, while a city seeks a different type of sanctuary