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Natalie Delgadillo

Natalie previously covered immigrant communities and environmental justice as a bilingual reporter at CityLab and CityLab Latino. She hails from the Los Angeles area and graduated from UCLA with a B.A. in English literature. 

As Mississippi's schools chief, Carey Wright lifted test scores faster than any other state in the nation. Now she needs to show results in Maryland.
Photos and musings from our photographer.
The Florida city bills itself as a utopia for the environmentally conscious. After decades of planning, people are finally starting to move in.
Gun violence costs lives -- and money. The financial burden can overwhelm governments, especially when they're small or struggling.
Photos and musings from our photographer.
Delaware has become the first state to ban child marriage.
Seattle “soda tax” revenue is exceeding projections, as city officials say the new tax has brought in more than $4 million in the first quarter of 2018.
At the start of the term at Charlotte Anderson Elementary School in Arlington, Tex., last year, Stacy Bailey, an art teacher, introduced herself to her new fourth grade students with a slide show of her life.
A lot is on the line for California on Friday in the White House, where top auto company executives will be meeting with President Trump.
An Oklahoma voter identification law approved by state voters in 2010 meets constitutional requirements, the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.