The current recall election is yet another example of how special interest groups — including Santa Ana’s police association — continue to consolidate power in Santa Ana.
In anticipation of a lucrative car race, the Long Beach Police Department swept encampments without offering housing or shelter.
As the rest of Los Angeles County moves toward phasing out oil drilling, Long Beach agencies say they are mandated by law to do the opposite — to maximize production.
Community stakeholders are fighting a proposal that would gut the Verdugo Mountains to make way for a 200+ luxury gated residential development.
Residents of an encampment on Aetna Street say they have been targeted to have their encampments removed. They are demanding better communication and accountability from Mayor Bass’ office.
Seven candidates are vying to represent City Council District 6; only three have committed to upholding housing justice policies.
A hostile takeover attempt is aiming to destroy KPFK, on air since 1959.
Policy makers need to protect vulnerable households by investing in renewable energy and provide utility debt relief.