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Threatened Tenants Want the Head of the L.A. Housing Department Out

Ann Sewill is not supporting residents of affordable housing, who are protesting amid intimidation by landlords: “We are an annoyance, a kind of obstacle to her”

Rep. Katie Porter’s Sweet UC Irvine Housing Deal Raises Eyebrows

Houses in Orange County go for $1 million, but Porter snagged one for half that with the help of some college friends

New California Plan Would Help Buyers Get Downpayment on First Home

The mortgage assistance plan proposes to help lower and middle income Californians but critics say it's political window dressing

Forget the Drought, Experts Say CA has Lots of Water to Expand Forever

Part of a 60-year trend of Californians using less water, Angelenos now soak up 44 percent less water each year than they did four decades ago
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For Homeboy Industries, a Bakery, Tattoo Removal, and Now Housing?

The legendary Los Angeles gang intervention program is looking to build a 157-unit complex for ‘homies’ at risk of becoming homeless
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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