Look, Los Angeles Times, we read you. Why don't you read us? From today's paper, in a story headlined, "Romancing the source: When journalists become involved with newsmakers, it doesn't necessarily mean they've written their professional obituaries":
• In Dallas, television reporter Sarah Dodd and Police Chief David Kunkle married in 2006. Because she is a City Hall reporter, cops are technically off her beat. Both still have the same jobs.
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