Karen Bass spent over a year campaigning to run Los Angeles, claiming to be the only candidate with the experience and determination to address the soaring population of Angelenos experiencing homelessness.
Bland avocado toast, overhyped eggs benedict and $7 lattes. This basic brunch is now, unfortunately, a staple of the Los Angeles food scene.
Driving down any major street in LA means crossing into a breakfast twilight zone.
Biden’s recent Los Angeles visit was full of stops showing he cared about ordinary Americans. He spoke about public transportation, gave a speech on lowering the cost of health care and even stopped by Tacos 1986.
For a country that prides itself on liberty, we’ve done a good job of taking it away from those accused of breaking the law.
With around 2 million people estimated to be in United States prisons or jails – more than 20% of the global prison population – the United States leads the world in putting people behind bars.
A billionaire who made his fortune developing luxury properties is running for office.
And hopefully, we’ve learned from past mistakes.
Rick Caruso, the billionaire developer behind properties including The Grove, is now in first place in the Los Angeles mayoral race, according to a new poll published by the UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies and the LA Times.
The city of Los Angeles may lose funding if it does not resubmit a housing zoning plan to the state by October, according to a letter from the state to the LA Department of City Planning.
Five Los Angeles mayoral candidates discussed homelessness, crime prevention, COVID-19 pandemic responses and other issues Tuesday as part of a series of debates before the mayoral election.
Volunteers in Westwood conducted the Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count this past week after delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Approximately 100 volunteers fanned out across Westwood for two hours Wednesday to participate in the annual homeless count.
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