What a rally for tenant protections looks like in the age of social distancing
Out of work and low on funds, renters are already receiving texts and letters from landlords warning them they have to pay up
A sneak peek at the ambitious—but hardly seamless—MyFigueroa project
Renters have to declare in writing that the virus has directly impacted their employment
The so-called "MORE Homes Act" has been postponed, but will be eligible again in 2020
Here’s what you need to know about "anti-rent gouging" Assembly Bill 1482
Officials say an outbreak at a shelter or encampment would be "uniquely complicated"
As Prop HHH faces delays, resistance, and skyrocketing costs, its goal of building 10,000 housing units in 10 years is in serious jeopardy
Car advocates call it "lane theft"—but could it save lives?
Traffic apps turned the city's neighborhoods into "shortcuts." Now furious residents are attempting to take them back, street by street