Here’s what you need to know about "anti-rent gouging" Assembly Bill 1482
It ranks fourth in the country for average monthly rent. The entire country.
Leaked screenshots from two West San Fernando Valley groups include calls to harass homeless people
Homeless advocates say the controversial law will only push more people onto the streets
The city’s new Home-Sharing Ordinance went into effect in July, but enforcement starts November 1
KPCC reports that a woman named Chiselle met the mayor, then lost everything
Billionaire builder Geoffrey H. Palmer will reportedly host the president in Beverly Hills this week. The two men have plenty in common.
As L.A. Experiences Double-Digit Spikes in Homelessness, Officials Are Finally Saying We Need Tenant Protections
The results of the latest homeless count are in—and they’re grim
As hotel-driven displacement surges, tenants' advocates are pushing the #HomesNotHotels movement
Several recent incidents have L.A.'s homeless on edge, and recently released LAPD stats appear to justify their anxieties