Living near homeless encampments can mean navigating sidewalks taken over by tents and strewn with trash or even human waste. It can mean enduring noise — the chatter, the arguments, the screaming — of
Parts of Southern California were under a flash flood watch Wednesday for the first significant rainfall of a delayed wet season amid a rash of wildfires and an unrelenting parade of preemptive power affecting
I could give you a hundred reasons homelessness has become L.A. County’s most vexing challenge, from the gargantuan income gap to housing costs to the scourge of drugs and mental illness, but the biggest
After a weekend of record-breaking high temperatures, Angelenos should be prepared to break out their jackets as light showers — and even snow — blanket Southern California and sneak in some chilly weather.
On a chilly, windy day at demanding Poppy Hills Golf Course, junior Caroline Canales of Calabasas proved best. She won the CIF state girls’ golf championship by firing a one-under 70 for a one-stroke over
With tens of thousands of people sleeping outside every night in L.A. County, one of the most contentious debates is over what to do about homeless encampments and who should do it. A new poll conducted
Prosecutors charged a 32-year-old man on Tuesday with the murder of a Burbank taxi driver who was stabbed to death Friday evening in downtown Los Angeles. Daniel Victor Torres was charged with one count
California is home to 91 of the most expensive zip codes in the US for home sales this year, with median sale prices in one Silicon Valley suburb topping $7m, according to an annual ranking by the real
Column: Young people come from around U.S. to live on Hollywood’s streets. How much more can we take?
Part Two: The homeless camp One day on Carlos Avenue in Hollywood last month, just south of the 101 Freeway, I met a woman who goes by the name Raven. She said she was 29, had been homeless since she 17,