Outside the VA's fenced-in campus, homeless veterans are calling attention to the agency's neglect
One data tracker predicts the trend could continue throughout the year
Officials are seeking to revoke permits for an L.A. Live-adjacent megaproject that City Attorney Mike Feurer has called "a product of corruption"
Metro's network has big improvements on the horizon, but, man, look at what we had
Despite receiving public subsidies, many L.A. hotels aren't participating the Gavin Newsom's Project Roomkey
Exploring the abandoned railway beneath downtown Los Angeles
The 26-acre complex is scheduled to open in 2024—but not everyone's looking forward to it
Can a normal person even hope to buy a home in this market?
From long streets to short streets with really long names
Traffic apps turned the city's neighborhoods into "shortcuts." Now furious residents are attempting to take them back, street by street