Boise v. Martin has big implications for homeless policy in L.A. and other western cities
Community groups feared District Square would ramp up displacement in the gentrifying community
A judge ruled against a community coalition this week, but several suits are still pending against the billion-dollar sports complex
The outspoken official talks about the homelessness crisis, mental illness, and his own ”brush” with living on the streets of L.A.
The city’s new Home-Sharing Ordinance went into effect in July, but enforcement starts November 1
When a South L.A. Family Lost Their Footing, Steve Mnuchin’s Bank Gobbled Up Their Slice of the American Dream
A new book examines the "modern-day robber barons" who benefitted from the housing market collapse—Trump and his inner circle included
Several recent incidents have L.A.'s homeless on edge, and recently released LAPD stats appear to justify their anxieties
The California Apartment Association is anticipating "indirect political benefits" from the tenant protections
The city controller’s office examines how voter-approved Proposition HHH became a historic debacle in the making
It ranks fourth in the country for average monthly rent. The entire country.
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