As City Council and the city attorney prepare to enforce the new anti-camping ordinance, Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority is being kept in the dark.
Older unhoused people with chronic health conditions living in less visited areas of Venice are continually overlooked for housing.
Katzenberg got a meeting with another city councilmember this week in less than an hour, proving that deep pockets and a PR machine lead to easier avenues of influence.
A reminder of who anti-camping laws really affect and why 41.18 is not only unconstitutional, but inhumane.
Residents of Sportsmen’s Lodge face eviction — they’ve responded with a statement and list of demands.
A new contractor with the City, Urban Alchemy has already had a big impact on Los Angeles — but not much transparency.
Officials across multiple agencies can’t explain why a portion of the park remains closed, but it’s a part of an alarming citywide trend of restricting public spaces.
Project Roomkey’s punitive policies hamper California’s efforts to house the unhoused.
Portraying the unhoused community as wayward hipsters is not only false but leads to real harm for the residents of Echo Park Lake.
Hollywood Boulevard is shut down again for yet another premiere. But who's forced out to let that happen?