Press: Final Edition: L.A. Herald Examiner

Red ink stops the presses at the L.A. Herald Examiner

Reporters at the Herald Examiner, Los Angeles' No. 2 daily, are used to having doors shut in their faces. After the editors announced earlier this year that they would publish a series of tough articles on the city's problems during Mayor Tom Bradley's campaign for a fifth term, the paper's reporters were barred from the mayor's office. But that did not stop them from scooping their powerful rival, the Los Angeles Times, by printing damaging reports about Bradley's finances just three weeks before the election. Last week, however, Herald Examiner staffers faced a far more formidable lockout: the Hearst Corp., unable...

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