VA says it will house homeless veterans who are camped around its West L.A. campus
The Veterans Affairs campus in West Los Angeles announced plans to house over 500 homeless veterans by year’s end.
Using new law, L.A. City Council bans homeless encampments at 54 spots
‘Gimme Shelter’: California’s new housing police
Ridley-Thomas was at the center of L.A.’s fight against homelessness. What happens now?
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L.A. workers assigned to clean up homeless encampments report higher vaccination rates
Column: A solution for gentrification in South L.A.? ‘Don’t sell your damn house!’
Column: Who is buying those expensive houses in South L.A.? Is it really just white people?
State charges trio with pocketing $400,000 in public funds meant to help unhoused in L.A.
Pandemic spurs young families to leave big cities for the heartland. Will they stay?
Can I be evicted? L.A. County tenant protections explained
State eviction moratorium ends soon, but rent relief will still be available
Q&A: The law and science behind the CDC’s eviction ban
Tracking the coronavirus in California
Legislation and Policy
Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas says he won’t resign, plans to fight bribery charges
Column: Ridley-Thomas, a heavy lifter on homelessness, now carries weight of bribery charges
‘Gimme Shelter’: Why Fresno is one of the nation’s hottest housing markets
Many renters to get help when California eviction protections end this week
Southern California Housing
Hot, hot, hot ... warm: SoCal home values hit new record, but price rises are slowing
Tell us your wildest L.A. housing story
How the pandemic helped scatter $1-million homes across L.A.
These are L.A.’s new million-dollar neighborhoods
Column: You want the house, so you write the owner a love letter. But the practice is under fire
Column: ‘We may lose this.’ Despair over gentrification reaches new depths in South L.A.
Don’t be fooled: California’s new housing laws make significant changes to zoning
‘Gimme Shelter’ podcast
Why Fresno is one of the nation’s hottest housing markets
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World & Nation
With the federal eviction moratorium over, many call Las Vegas’ Desert Moon Motel home
Editorial: Will homeless veterans ever get housing on land set aside for them?
What sways homeless people to get COVID-19 shots? It could be other homeless people
Editorial: A ballot measure on homelessness that will not help homeless people
Editorial: Let courts help tenants through the eviction process
Podcast: California put homeless people in hotel rooms. Then what?
L.A. prepares to clear homeless people from MacArthur Park; set to close Oct. 15 for ‘rehabilitation’ work
Editorial: What Gov. Newsom is doing right on homelessness — and how he could do better
Housing & Homelessness
Minority of sanitation workers report being vaccinated, worrying homeless advocates
A new, ‘first-class’ high-rise will house homeless people on L.A.’s skid row
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The crazy SoCal housing market is cooling. But don’t expect a bargain
COVID-19 got this medical team into homeless camps. What about after the pandemic?
L.A. had a golden opportunity to house homeless people in hotels — but fell short of its goal
Editorial: We need to house residents of homeless encampments even when there isn’t a crisis
Editorial: No homeless people should be shooed off a sidewalk before they are offered housing
Op-Ed: People of color are dying from traffic violence at a much higher rate. Here’s why