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A New Study Finds Reports of a Mass Exodus from California Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

New data is 'disappointing to those who want to write California's obituary'
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The Tragedy in Miami Prompts an Emergency Inspection of ‘Aging’ Marina del Rey Condos

An inspection Wednesday found the Marina City Club Towers habitable—but still in need of repairs

The City Is Reportedly Closing Echo Park Lake and Clearing the Encampment That’s Sprung Up There

People living in tents near the lake are expected to be removed as the park is closed off for an unknown length of time
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Housing Costs in the Inland Empire Have Shot Up. Will Existing Residents Be Displaced?

An increase in real estate prices and demand in Riverside and San Bernardino counties is largely being caused by people moving from L.A.
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California’s Population Growth Rate Slumps as Residents Flee COVID and Taxes

But the state still added more than 21,000 new residents
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On Her First Day on the Council, Nithya Raman Announces Motions and Promises to ‘Strengthen Systems of Care’

The new council member got to work right after a private swearing in ceremony

L.A. Is the Third Worst-Paying Metropolis for Millennials

Being part of the biggest generation of working adults isn't easy—especially in L.A.
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Are People Really Moving Out of L.A. in Droves Amid the Pandemic?

Some experts say recent claims of "urban flight" have been exaggerated

Rent Prices Are Falling in Some of the City’s Swankiest Buildings

As the market for affordable apartments tightens, rents at some of L.A.’s toniest addresses are dropping
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Upward of 300,000 L.A. Households Could Be at Risk if the State’s Eviction Ban Expires Next Month

As the state Judicial Council considers rescinding current tenant protections, a UCLA study warns of worst-case scenarios