Articles in the “news” category

You Can Rip Out Your SoCal Lawn For Money Again -- Now Without Landscaping Abominations

You Can Rip Out Your SoCal Lawn For Money Again -- Now Without Landscaping Abominations

A new focus on turf replacement (not just removal) has lots more rules to meet to get your $2 per square foot rebate.

Child Care Workers Have Been Fighting For The Right To Bargain For Years. They May Be About To Get It

Child Care Workers Have Been Fighting For The Right To Bargain For Years. They May Be About To Get It

Similar bills have been vetoed by previous governors, but it's in Governor Gavin Newsom's hands now.

California Lawmakers Tried To Cut The Cost Of College. Here's What They Did And Didn't Accomplish

California Lawmakers Tried To Cut The Cost Of College. Here's What They Did And Didn't Accomplish

Most of the big efforts fizzled out. Supporters are hoping for success next year.

Dear LAist: Who Can I Complain To About The Overgrown Trees In My Neighborhood?

Dear LAist: Who Can I Complain To About The Overgrown Trees In My Neighborhood?

L.A. has a City Forest Officer, but she's not the one who tangles with tree maintenance.

Here Are The 2019 Bills California Has Passed So Far -- Now It's Up To Newsom

Here Are The 2019 Bills California Has Passed So Far -- Now It's Up To Newsom

In the last days of California's 2019 legislative session, hundreds of bills landed on the governor's desk. We're tracking the most consequential.

The Trump Administration Is Canceling California's GI Bill Approval Power, But The State Is Fighting Back

The Trump Administration Is Canceling California's GI Bill Approval Power, But The State Is Fighting Back

The Trump Administration's salvo is the latest in a long-running war over how for-profit schools are governed in California. Advocates worry this move will hurt veterans and help predatory for-profit colleges stay in business. Welcome to yet another showdown in a long list of grievances between the Trump Administration and the state.

Ask Us Your Questions About Climate Change. It's Better Than Screaming Into The Void

Ask Us Your Questions About Climate Change. It's Better Than Screaming Into The Void

Whether you're paralyzed by fear, inspired by science, fired-up to take action, or something in between, we want to hear from you.

Nobody Was Standing Watch On Conception, And Other Details From NTSB's Boat Fire Report

Nobody Was Standing Watch On Conception, And Other Details From NTSB's Boat Fire Report

The report contains new details from NTSB investigators' interviews with the surviving crew members.

Tell Us Your Postpartum Story -- The Good, The Ghastly And The Mesh Underwear

Tell Us Your Postpartum Story -- The Good, The Ghastly And The Mesh Underwear

Prenatal care and information tend to focus heavily on labor with less emphasis on what happens after birth. We want to hear from you.

Mayor Garcetti: When It Comes To Flying, He's Just Like Us (...Sort Of)

Mayor Garcetti: When It Comes To Flying, He's Just Like Us (...Sort Of)

Here's what happens before the Mayor hits the air.

Your Guide To The Biggest Changes To California Charter School Laws Since 1992

Your Guide To The Biggest Changes To California Charter School Laws Since 1992

It just got easier to block some charter schools from opening. It also just got harder to shut some charter schools down.

Why One Lyft Driver Says The Gig Is His 'Only Opportunity'

Why One Lyft Driver Says The Gig Is His 'Only Opportunity'

Amid high unemployment and hot weather, boosters are pitching affordable housing, a big labor force and the region's potential to be a renewable energy hub as selling points, meanwhile, like other places in the state, local workers try to patch together a living in the gig economy.

Why Older Uber Drivers Earn Less Than Younger Ones

Why Older Uber Drivers Earn Less Than Younger Ones

Driving for Uber gives Keith Cooney, 65, a chance to meet riders from all over the country. But the pay? It's not always so great.

Attn: Gig Workers. This Newly Passed California Law Could Affect You

Attn: Gig Workers. This Newly Passed California Law Could Affect You

Independent contractors could become employees of companies such as Uber, Lyft and Doordash, changing their ability to earn a living and the businesses they work for forever.

CA's New Vaccine Law Will Tighten Rules Around Medical Exemptions

CA's New Vaccine Law Will Tighten Rules Around Medical Exemptions

Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law legislation that gives the state the power to reject certain medical exemptions for vaccines if it determines they're not valid.

USC Athletic Director Lynn Swann Resigns

USC Athletic Director Lynn Swann Resigns

Only two weeks into the football season, the player-turned-broadcaster-turned-administrator has stepped down.

Why This Entire 11th Grade Class Is Getting Free LA Metro Passes

Why This Entire 11th Grade Class Is Getting Free LA Metro Passes

Will it help the environment? Could it reduce poverty?

Mountain Lion P-61 Was Killed While Trying To Cross The 405

Mountain Lion P-61 Was Killed While Trying To Cross The 405

The four-year-old big cat had successfully crossed the massive freeway in July. Researchers say they're not yet sure why he tried again, but said it could be tied to encounters with another uncollared male lion.

Dear LAist: The Arroyo Seco Bike Path Has Been Closed Since January. What Gives?

Dear LAist: The Arroyo Seco Bike Path Has Been Closed Since January. What Gives?

The short answer: a perfect storm of bureaucracy. The long answer might make your brain cry.

Workers Turn To Gig Platforms Like Uber And Lyft As An 'Alternative Safety Net'

Workers Turn To Gig Platforms Like Uber And Lyft As An 'Alternative Safety Net'

It's not just a new kind of work. It can also be a cushion for those who can't rely on their main job to make ends meet.

What Happened Once The Conception Boat Fire Started

What Happened Once The Conception Boat Fire Started

The latest on the ship fire that led to 34 deaths.

How SoCal Refugees Led The Movement to Teach More Kids About Laotian History

How SoCal Refugees Led The Movement to Teach More Kids About Laotian History

The California Legislature passed a bill Thursday that would add Laotian culture and history to public school curriculum.

Conception Boat Fire: Here's What We Know About The 34 Victims

Conception Boat Fire: Here's What We Know About The 34 Victims

As investigators work to understand what happened, family and friends of the passengers are coming forward to talk about their lost loved ones. Here's what we know so far about who they were.

2 Men Accused Of Trying To Kill Homeless People By Setting Eagle Rock Fire

2 Men Accused Of Trying To Kill Homeless People By Setting Eagle Rock Fire

"The fire was an intentional act related to a homeless encampment near the origin of the fire, and that those living in the encampment were specifically targeted by the suspects," Los Angeles fire officials said.

Conception Boat Fire: Here's The Latest On The Tragedy Off Santa Cruz Island

Conception Boat Fire: Here's The Latest On The Tragedy Off Santa Cruz Island

As of Wednesday morning, the remains of 33 victims have been recovered and a search is underway for the remaining body, according to U.S. Coast Guard officials.

Together, We Go Farther: How Long Beach Is Addressing Homelessness

Together, We Go Farther: How Long Beach Is Addressing Homelessness
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Long Beach is a haven for funky vintage hunters, history buffs, and of course, beach buddies. But as in so many other desirable places to live and play, the homeless crisis in Long Beach is reaching epic levels.

You Don't Have To Personally Install Wind Turbines To Fight Climate Change. Tell Us About The Small Things You Do

You Don't Have To Personally Install Wind Turbines To Fight Climate Change. Tell Us About The Small Things You Do

Thinking about climate change is overwhelming, but what you personally do about it doesn't have to be.

Additional Bodies Recovered From Dive Boat Fire Disaster Near Santa Cruz Island

Additional Bodies Recovered From Dive Boat Fire Disaster Near Santa Cruz Island

The distress call came in the middle of the night. By Monday's end, only five of the 39 people aboard the Conception, a 75-foot wooden dive boat, were found alive.

Thousands of Indians Facing Persecution Back Home Seek Refuge In California

Thousands of Indians Facing Persecution Back Home Seek Refuge In California

With religious tensions rising in India, California offers a chance for acceptance -- for those who can get through the immigration system.

Math Is Dividing The Cal State Community. Here's What Happened At The Public Forum

Math Is Dividing The Cal State Community. Here's What Happened At The Public Forum

Dozens of people spoke out about a proposal to increase the math skills requirement in the California State University application.

This Is How The LAPD Writes Its Tweets

This Is How The LAPD Writes Its Tweets

Like most companies and organizations, it's a team effort.

Why Students At LA's Richest Public Schools Are Far More Likely To Get Extra Time On The SAT

Why Students At LA's Richest Public Schools Are Far More Likely To Get Extra Time On The SAT

An analysis Los Angeles-area public schools found students in some of the county's wealthiest areas are far more likely to receive a disability designation that gives them extra classroom help -- and virtually assures them extra time on the critical SAT college entrance exam.

Cal State Wants Incoming Freshmen To Have More Math. Opponents Fear It Will Only Widen The Equity Divide 

Cal State Wants Incoming Freshmen To Have More Math. Opponents Fear It Will Only Widen The Equity Divide 

Cal State trustees will hear critics and supporters of the suggested change at an organized a public forum

LA's Current Homeless Outreach Strategy Is Misguided, Says City Controller

LA's Current Homeless Outreach Strategy Is Misguided, Says City Controller

City Controller Ron Galperin urges the city to take a proactive approach, not a reactive one like it currently does.

You're More Likely To Get A Parking Ticket In These LA Neighborhoods

You're More Likely To Get A Parking Ticket In These LA Neighborhoods

Data-crunching from our friends at Crosstown shows the riskiest curbs in the city. Act accordingly, people.

If It's A Windy Day When A Big Quake Hits, Parts Of LA Could Burn To The Ocean

If It's A Windy Day When A Big Quake Hits, Parts Of LA Could Burn To The Ocean

Crumbling buildings are a real danger, but the fires that follow an earthquake can be even more destructive.

Sex, Alcohol And... Parents? The Realities Of Living At Home

Sex, Alcohol And... Parents? The Realities Of Living At Home

Everything you ever wanted to know about young adult Californians still living at home.

Sunday's Brush Fire On Glendale, Eagle Rock Border Is Still Causing Traffic Troubles

Sunday's Brush Fire On Glendale, Eagle Rock Border Is Still Causing Traffic Troubles

As of Monday morning, the blaze had burned about 30 acres and was 50% contained.

How A Parent Revolt Sparked A Turnaround At This LAUSD School

How A Parent Revolt Sparked A Turnaround At This LAUSD School

How did 20th Street Elementary go from "parent trigger" target to one of LAUSD's most-improved?

Is Los Angeles A Desert?

Is Los Angeles A Desert?

Spoiler: No. But kind of.

Planned Parenthood Isn't The Only Group in LA Forgoing Title X Money

Planned Parenthood Isn't The Only Group in LA Forgoing Title X Money

In LA County, 23 Planned Parenthood Clinics will stop taking Title X funding. Another 18 other clinics are also rejected funding over the new so-called gag rule.

Paddling From Atwater Village to Silver Lake, Or How To Kayak The LA River

Paddling From Atwater Village to Silver Lake, Or How To Kayak The LA River

Traversing a waterway widely known for concrete, rogue inflatable flamingos and trash might not sound like your vision of water sports, but it is an actual joy.

LA's Rules About Where Homeless People Are Allowed To Sit And Sleep Could Get Even More Complicated

LA's Rules About Where Homeless People Are Allowed To Sit And Sleep Could Get Even More Complicated

The proposed changes would outlaw sleeping on public space within 500 feet of schools and parks, and within 10 feet of any building entrance or driveway.

LA's Hotel Pools Where You Don't Even Have To Be A Guest To Swim

LA's Hotel Pools Where You Don't Even Have To Be A Guest To Swim

Look cool or get cool or both or neither. Do you. Just hydrate, fam.

More OC High Schoolers Caught On Video Doing Nazi Salutes

More OC High Schoolers Caught On Video Doing Nazi Salutes

Students at Pacifica High School in Garden Grove shared disturbing footage on social media last year of students doing a Nazi salute and singing an old Nazi song. But school officials did not address the incident publicly until The Daily Beast published the video this week.

LA's Remembering People Killed In Traffic Collisions With 'Rainbow Halos'

LA's Remembering People Killed In Traffic Collisions With 'Rainbow Halos'

The most recent rainbow suncatcher went up in Sherman Oaks in honor of Conor Lynch, who was 16 when he was fatally struck by a driver while jogging in 2010.

Santa Monica To Subsidize Rent For Hundreds Of Seniors

Santa Monica To Subsidize Rent For Hundreds Of Seniors

Over the last year, the city has experimented with sending rental checks to nearly two dozen seniors and now wants to expand the program exponentially.

Yes, We Got A Lot Of Rain This Year, But The Fire Danger Is Still Very Real

Yes, We Got A Lot Of Rain This Year, But The Fire Danger Is Still Very Real

We promise this article isn't as dry as L.A.'s vegetation

7 Ways To Survive The First Day Of School, According To Los Angeles Teachers

7 Ways To Survive The First Day Of School, According To Los Angeles Teachers

Because we know the first day of school can be crazy.

Judge Orders Fired LA Sheriff's Deputy Who Was Rehired By Villanueva To Give Up His Badge And Gun

Judge Orders Fired LA Sheriff's Deputy Who Was Rehired By Villanueva To Give Up His Badge And Gun

We dive deep into the case of a deputy who was fired over allegations of domestic abuse, then rehired by Sheriff Alex Villanueva.

Why 4 Friends Carried A Cement Bench Up Runyon Canyon For A Single Day

Why 4 Friends Carried A Cement Bench Up Runyon Canyon For A Single Day

Hikers in Runyon Canyon this Sunday might have come across a mysterious cement bench they'd never seen before. It's gone now, but there could be more where it came from.

What Is The Federal Government Doing To End Homelessness In LA?

What Is The Federal Government Doing To End Homelessness In LA?

Section 8, HUD-VASH, McKinney-Vento: Here's your guide to how the federal government does (or doesn't) address homelessness.

USC Promised Transparency, So Why Is It Acting 'Like The Kremlin'?

USC Promised Transparency, So Why Is It Acting 'Like The Kremlin'?

In the wake of multiple scandals, USC leaders have repeatedly pledged transparency and openness -- even as they keep internal investigations secret.

What's It Like To Breathe LA's Bad Air (And What Can You Do About It)?

What's It Like To Breathe LA's Bad Air (And What Can You Do About It)?

It turns out the air quality has actually been better this year than last, but for people like me, with asthma and any other lung or heart disease, it can be brutal. Here's how you can cope.

How To Protect Your Pets During An Earthquake

How To Protect Your Pets During An Earthquake

Angelenos are often warned to prepare their families for earthquakes. These plans should include pets as well. Here's what you need to assemble a pet safety kit, how to search for a lost pet and other tips on keeping your animal safe in a disaster.

'Ghost Guns' Are Becoming A Big Problem In California. Here's Why

'Ghost Guns' Are Becoming A Big Problem In California. Here's Why

Criminals are thwarting the state's strict gun laws by assembling guns without serial numbers.

Anaheim Seniors Have A New Ally: An App That Helps Track Their Well-Being

Anaheim Seniors Have A New Ally: An App That Helps Track Their Well-Being

Meals on Wheels is getting promising results with a new app that provides real-time alerts about clients' health and safety.

Yes, This Summer Has Been Less Hellish Than Last Year (But Don't Get Too Comfortable)

Yes, This Summer Has Been Less Hellish Than Last Year (But Don't Get Too Comfortable)

Southern California did get toasty this week, and another heat wave is on tap -- but it could be so much worse.

The City Wants Housing For The Homeless. A Nonprofit Wants To Keep Its Playground. Who Wins?

The City Wants Housing For The Homeless. A Nonprofit Wants To Keep Its Playground. Who Wins?

City officials and representatives for a nonprofit are at odds over a parcel of land in Echo Park.

LAUSD Graduation Rates Hit 'All-Time High'

LAUSD Graduation Rates Hit 'All-Time High'

LAUSD estimates that 78.1% of last year's high school seniors earned diplomas on-time, though state education officials haven't confirmed that number just yet.

How To Intentionally (And Safely) Walk To Dodger Stadium And Save Your Money For Overpriced Beer

How To Intentionally (And Safely) Walk To Dodger Stadium And Save Your Money For Overpriced Beer

Won't you feel smart when you burn calories and walk past all those cars waiting in line?

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. Here's Your Guide To Redondo Beach

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. Here's Your Guide To Redondo Beach

About 63,000 people live in the city, one of the "surfurbias" of L.A. County where surf, sand and sun all shape its identity.

John Lee Claims Victory In Special Election For LA City Council Seat

John Lee Claims Victory In Special Election For LA City Council Seat

Lee and Lundquist ran to fill the council seat vacated by Mitch Englander, who stepped down last year to take a job with a sports entertainment company.

The Wildlife Waystation Has Closed. So What Happens To All Those Lions And Tigers And Chimps?

The Wildlife Waystation Has Closed. So What Happens To All Those Lions And Tigers And Chimps?

State officials are stepping in to find new homes capable of caring for the exotic animals.

Culver City Just Passed A 1-Year Rent Freeze

Culver City Just Passed A 1-Year Rent Freeze

City council members say the temporary 3% cap on rent hikes will give them time to debate a more permanent form of rent control.

Is Gentrification Making West Hollywood Less Gay?

Is Gentrification Making West Hollywood Less Gay?

Even in the heart of Boystown, gay-oriented businesses are shutting their doors as home prices rise and the neighborhood changes.

Hey, LA Teachers: What Do You Wish Parents Knew Before The First Day Of School?

Hey, LA Teachers: What Do You Wish Parents Knew Before The First Day Of School?

We just want to help you help others start the 2019-2020 school year as smoothly as possible.

How Is LA's Sheriff Handling Oversight? Blistering Critique Says: 'Delayed, Hindered, Ignored... And Denied'

How Is LA's Sheriff Handling Oversight? Blistering Critique Says: 'Delayed, Hindered, Ignored... And Denied'

The inspector general's office complains it has been blocked from carrying out its watchdog role by being denied access to investigations, left out of the rehiring process for deputies accused of dishonesty, denied requests for documents, and more.

New Trump Rule Targets Poorer Immigrants Who Use Public Benefits. Here's What To Expect In California

New Trump Rule Targets Poorer Immigrants Who Use Public Benefits. Here's What To Expect In California

What does the rule mean to Californians and Angelenos? We have some answers.

It's Perseid Meteor Shower Time, LA. Here Are Pro Tips For Catching The Light Show

It's Perseid Meteor Shower Time, LA. Here Are Pro Tips For Catching The Light Show

Sound advice: skip Griffith Observatory -- and put your smartphone away.

Recycling Can Be A Lifeline For People In LA, But Places To Do It Keep Disappearing

Recycling Can Be A Lifeline For People In LA, But Places To Do It Keep Disappearing

L.A. County had 562 beverage container recycling centers in 2015. Now it's down to 385.

LA City Council District 12 Election Guide: Loraine Lundquist Vs. John Lee

LA City Council District 12 Election Guide: Loraine Lundquist Vs. John Lee

Loraine Lundquist and John Lee are vying for the seat that represents a swath of communities in the northwest San Fernando Valley.

From 6-Year-Old Gunshot Victim To Activist: Remembering LA's Jewish Community Center Shooting

From 6-Year-Old Gunshot Victim To Activist: Remembering LA's Jewish Community Center Shooting

A white supremacist fired 70 rounds at the North Valley Jewish Community Center on Aug. 10, 1999. Twenty years later, as mass shootings have escalated, survivors and their families are at the forefront of the gun violence prevention movement.

Your Guide To The Manson Family Members (And Where They Are Now)

Your Guide To The Manson Family Members (And Where They Are Now)

It's been 50 years since Charles Manson and his infamous "family" of followers earned a permanent spot in L.A. and American history with a gruesome two-night killing spree. It started on the August 9, 1969 with murders of actress Sharon Tate and friends at her rented Benedict Canyon home.

LA Metro Has An Innovation 'SWAT Team' And They're Fighting For The Future

LA Metro Has An Innovation 'SWAT Team' And They're Fighting For The Future

They don't have a secret laboratory or jetpacks, but the small Metro squad is behind some of the transit agency's most ambitious projects.

This USC Student Got Paid To Investigate His School -- And Discovered New Details About Major Sexual Misconduct Allegations

This USC Student Got Paid To Investigate His School -- And Discovered New Details About Major Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Campus physician Dr. Dennis Kelly has now been accused by 48 men of sexually abusing them during exams.

Is The Answer To LA's Housing Crisis In Your Backyard?

Is The Answer To LA's Housing Crisis In Your Backyard?

Accessory dwelling units, aka granny flats, have been billed by city leaders as a way to address the housing crisis and make money while you're at it. Here's what you need to know.

Here's What LA's Representatives Say They're Doing To Prevent Mass Shootings

Here's What LA's Representatives Say They're Doing To Prevent Mass Shootings

A lot of you reached out to tell us that you wanted to know what your political leaders are doing to address gun violence. Well, ask and we shall deliver.

LA's Fight Against Sex Trafficking Is Actually Hurting The Women It's Supposed To Help

LA's Fight Against Sex Trafficking Is Actually Hurting The Women It's Supposed To Help

Under initiatives intended to fight trafficking, authorities are ensnaring female sex workers. Those arrests leave them with a modern-day scarlet letter that makes it difficult for them to secure housing, find a job and more.

Cal State Is Offering Freshmen Who Didn't Pass Remedial Math A Second Chance

Cal State Is Offering Freshmen Who Didn't Pass Remedial Math A Second Chance

Failing remedial classes no longer means Cal State freshmen will be dropped from the rolls. Students who don't pass newly revised math classes their first year are now given a second chance.

People In Manhattan Beach Are Really Mad About This Pink Emoji House

People In Manhattan Beach Are Really Mad About This Pink Emoji House

A woman has painted emojis on her hot pink Manhattan Beach house. Neighbors are furious, claiming the paint job is revenge on the community for reporting her illegal short-term rental practices to the city months before.

For-Profit Colleges Close All The Time In California, But You Usually Only Hear About The Scandals

For-Profit Colleges Close All The Time In California, But You Usually Only Hear About The Scandals

A-Technical College has a 40-year history, and it's not closing because it defrauded students or for any other scandal. Its story is instead about a small, immigrant-owned business that fell, like many others, to market forces.

White Men Are The Biggest Group Applying To Redraw California's Voting Maps

White Men Are The Biggest Group Applying To Redraw California's Voting Maps

Fourteen seats are up for grabs on a panel to decide election districts. In a state known for its diversity, the applicant pool is 60% male and two-thirds white.

LA Hires Its Own Lorax To Manage And Care For Our Trees

LA Hires Its Own Lorax To Manage And Care For Our Trees

Rachel Malarich is L.A.'s first-ever City Forest Officer.

You Can Now Pay For Your LA Metro Trip With A Flick Of The Wrist

You Can Now Pay For Your LA Metro Trip With A Flick Of The Wrist

Leave your TAP card at home. All you need are these wristbands.

How Are You Feeling After The Mass Shootings This Weekend? 

How Are You Feeling After The Mass Shootings This Weekend? 

Over the weekend, two mass shootings resulted in the deaths of at least 31 people. We want to know how it's affected you.

The Story Of LA Is Not Celebrities And Newsmakers

The Story Of LA Is Not Celebrities And Newsmakers

There's not an exact science to good journalism. But when I set out to work on a story, I'm always going to stop at the gas stations. The supermarket. The bus stop. Because I want to see the way everyone moves in the world, and what they do there.

Thousands Of LA Immigrant Families Are No Longer Enrolled In Public Benefits. A Pending Trump Rule Could Be Why

Thousands Of LA Immigrant Families Are No Longer Enrolled In Public Benefits. A Pending Trump Rule Could Be Why

Thousands of L.A.-area kids are no longer enrolled in the CalFresh food stamp program. The program's "child only" category tends to draw families with parents who lack legal status.

These Sidewalk Stencils Aim To Curb LA Scooter Scofflaws' Bad Riding

These Sidewalk Stencils Aim To Curb LA Scooter Scofflaws' Bad Riding

With more than 20,000 scooters and e-bikes dotting L.A.'s streets and sidewalks, awareness only goes so far without enforcement.

Sometimes When You're A Hollywood Nightclub Promoter You Give It All Up To Go Teach The Babies

Sometimes When You're A Hollywood Nightclub Promoter You Give It All Up To Go Teach The Babies

Very few men work in preschools and child care settings. Let's introduce you to a few of them.

After The Mayor Visited Their Homeless Encampment, They Lost All Their Belongings

After The Mayor Visited Their Homeless Encampment, They Lost All Their Belongings

The city gets thousands of requests to clean up homeless encampments. But how the city responds can make it harder for people to get off the street.

This LA FBI Agent Is About To Retire But Needs Your Help To Find His Missing Fugitives First

This LA FBI Agent Is About To Retire But Needs Your Help To Find His Missing Fugitives First

This is the first time the FBI has made a single public appeal for help in catching such a large group of fugitives who apparently escaped from Southern California across the southern border.

A Gentle Introduction To Earthquake Insurance Because Planning For Calamity Is Scary

A Gentle Introduction To Earthquake Insurance Because Planning For Calamity Is Scary

Most Californians don't have it, but there's $17 billion at the ready for those who do.

It's (Still) Against The Law To Sleep In Your Car In LA

It's (Still) Against The Law To Sleep In Your Car In LA

At least 9,500 people live in a vehicle in the city of Los Angeles. But good luck doing it legally.

Protesters Killed A Plan For A Koreatown Homeless Shelter, But That's Just The Beginning Of The Story

Protesters Killed A Plan For A Koreatown Homeless Shelter, But That's Just The Beginning Of The Story

A shelter controversy in Koreatown was a political wake-up call to Korean Americans and sparked a grassroots movement to help the homeless.

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