We ran the numbers. These are the stories that resonated the most with our audience.
Capital & Main reporters found reason for optimism in 2021, from landmark climate victories to expansion of healthcare for immigrants.
In a year of turmoil, here's journalism that made a difference.
In a special podcast series, Mark Kreidler talks to experts and advocates about the economic and racial determinants of health in the Golden State.
The contest is sponsored by the Los Angeles Press Club and is one of the largest regional media contests in the nation.
A look at the median pay of the average American worker compared with the salary and compensation of the nation's top CEOs.
A Capital & Main photo essay honors the American workers whose critical work keeps our nation moving forward.
How the American economy has left many behind and rewarded the few.
A full-time worker earning the median national wage of $50,0000 should be making close to $100,000.
The statewide competition awarded Capital & Main the top prize for online investigative reporting.
Hundreds gathered Wednesday to protest the impending closure of Echo Park Lake, where a large houseless community currently resides.
A coalition of civil and human rights leaders, officials, and the community stood in front of the Los Angeles County Hall of Administration in the face...
Even in the face of catastrophic changes to the environment, fossil fuel interests continue to advance their agenda in the Golden State.
A look back at some of Capital & Main's coverage of 2020.
From street protests to COVID coverage to wildfires and beyond, our photographers were in the thick of the action.
A roundup of Capital & Main videos that captured a year on fire.
When a planned protest calling for Trump to leave fell on the morning Joe Biden became president-elect, a celebration broke out.
Black Lives Matter activists bring Ava DuVernay and Los Angelenos together on Election Day to celebrate organizing and voting.
Young environmental activists from Extinction Rebellion rally for clean water in downtown Los Angeles.
How ICE moves detainees under the cover of darkness.