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Inside a Judge’s Controversial Crusade to Solve Homelessness in L.A.

As he presides over a lawsuit against the city and county over conditions in homeless encampments, 76-year-old Judge David O. Carter finds himself at the crux of one of the most pressing issues in the region
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We Asked Top Architects for Bold Solutions to L.A.’s Homeless Crisis. Here’s What They Came Up With

Can smart architects short-circuit opposition to affordable housing? These 13 designs may do the trick
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An L.A. Neighborhood Is in Turmoil After Residents Place Boulders in an Underpass to Deter the Unhoused

An unofficial effort to keep tents from popping up under the highway in the Reynier Village neighborhood has caused citywide outcry
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The Results of This Year’s Homeless Count Are Grim—and They Don’t Take the Pandemic’s Impact into Account

More than 66,000 people lack permanent shelter, and Black Angelenos are a stunning percentage of the homeless population

4 Big Local News Stories That Are Being Overlooked in the Coronavirus Era

The pandemic is dominating attention spans, but L.A still has to confront issues including City Hall corruption and a voting system failure
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A Count of L.A.’s Homeless Population Gets Underway Tonight

Data about homeless individuals helps local government decide how to tackle a variety of issues
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Here’s a Map of All the HHH-Funded Housing Projects Slated to Open This Year

The $1.2 billion bond measure got off to a slow start, but 15 projects are set to be completed in 2020
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A New Report Highlights the Shocking Racial Disparity Among L.A.’s Homeless Population

Racist housing policy is at the root L.A.’s current crisis
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The Supreme Court Declines to Hear Controversial Sidewalk Sleeping Case

The highest court in the land won't consider a ruling regarding whether cities can cite the homeless for sleeping outside
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An Outdoor Church in Skid Row Was Already Close to Broke—Then Someone Stole All of Its Equipment

A devastating theft wound up being a blessing in disguise for the Row Church Without Walls