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Burlington tenants in Westlake face eviction following rent strike

At least 16 new unlawful detainer cases have been filed against tenants.

Woolsey Fire containment grows to 69 percent, tally of buildings destroyed tops 600

The blaze has singed more than 98,000 acres, from beaches to the Valley.

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High-speed rail authority narrowing down routes through Los Angeles

The train will stop at Burbank, Union Station in Downtown LA, Norwalk, and Fullerton.

Woolsey Fire measures over 150 square miles—roughly the size of Denver

This map shows where the 98,362-acre blaze has burned.

One Beverly Hills sells to Beverly Hilton owners

Reportedly for more than $420 million.

Empty Hollywood library will be converted to women’s shelter

The bridge housing site will have 30 beds.

26 things to do this fall in LA

From cemeteries to the best new art exhibits.

Here’s how the Woolsey Fire stacks up to LA’s most destructive wildfires

The massive blaze is truly historic.

Sportsmen’s Lodge redevelopment can move forward with city committee endorsement

The new landscaping plan draws inspiration from Tom Sawyer’s Island in Disneyland, and, in a complete reversal, cultural heritage commissioners love it.

County supervisors move ahead with plan to reuse County General Hospital as housing

The hospital could help fill the "tremendous need for homeless, low income, and high-need population residential options."

City poised to dole out $100M in incentives to AEG for LA Live expansion

The project would enlarge the convention center and add a 40-story hotel tower.

Historic adobe, Paramount Ranch, M*A*S*H set burn in Malibu fire

Here’s a running list of important places and local landmarks in the Woolsey Fire’s path.

The Myth and Truth Behind the Los Angeles ‘Devil Winds’

The Santa Ana winds and their supposedly sinister effects loom large in the Los Angeles imagination. But how much do the winds really change us? And how much are we changing them?

Gold Line light rail extension may not reach Claremont until 2028

It could get new timeline, big cost increase.

Netflix keeps gobbling up Hollywood office space

It will now expand near the Hollywood ArcLight.

Amazon passes up LA for second headquarters

Los Angeles was one of 20 finalists for the huge office complex.

Woolsey Fire burned part of old nuclear research site—should residents be alarmed?

State senator says he’ll push for an independent investigation.

Silver Lake Texaco station to be relocated, repurposed as snack shack along LA River

City committee votes not to pursue landmarking the property.

Fire ravages Arts District’s historic Pickle Works building

It’s "a devastating loss to the early industrial heritage of the city and a community of artists who helped establish the Arts District in the 1970s and ’80s," says the LA Conservancy.

Santa Ana winds drive smoke out of Los Angeles

Air quality is improving as the wind blows smoke out over the ocean.

New exhibit captures memories of ’90s teen culture in East LA

Guadalupe Rosales is creating a new historical record—where the people included control the narrative.

Rem Koolhaas about to break ground for the first time in LA

In partnership with Gruen, the Pritzker Prize winner is designing an addition to a landmarked Koreatown temple.

California, Los Angeles election results

Totals for the most competitive races and highest-stakes propositions.

Elon Musk first envisioned double-decker 405 before tunnel idea

"I had a very well thought-out design," he says.

Thanksgiving traffic in LA could be worse than usual in 2018

More people will travel for the holiday, says a new report.

For the first time, see inside Google’s cool new Playa Vista offices

With the Spruce Goose hangar, Google is dramatically expanding its LA footprint.

California’s next governor plans unprecedented housing boom

3.5 million new homes by 2025—is that even possible?

LA tourist magnet Hollywood and Highland reportedly for sale

The shopping center could fetch offers as high as $300 million.

Spanish Revival from the Roaring ’20s asking $2.3M

Mahogany doors, ornate iron work, built-ins, and heart-stoppingly beautiful tile.

Proposition 5: Voters won’t expand property tax savings for older homeowners

The measure would have allowed some homeowners to take low property taxes with them when moving.

Measure W, LA’s tax for stormwater recycling, winning by slim margin

Supporters say the tax revenue is needed to clean up polluted water.

Proposition 10, California’s proposal to strengthen rent control, defeated at the polls

It’s a blow to tenant activists in Los Angeles, and a win for landlords.

Proposition 6: Voters reject gas tax repeal

Repealing the tax would have threatened key transit projects, including train service to LAX.

Pasadena bungalow alongside the Arroyo Seco asks $1.3M

The elegant home was built in 1910.

Sneak peek at the future of Skid Row’s once-beautiful Fire Station No. 23

After languishing for years, the opulent old firehouse, which appeared in Ghostbusters, is about to make a comeback.

Little-known Neutra in Brentwood makes market debut with $3M asking price

The frozen-in-time midcentury modern features walls of glass, built-in furniture, and gorgeous mosaic-work.

Proposition 10 leaders say text message campaign was sabotaged

"No California ballot propositions have had the level of antagonism we’ve seen for [Proposition 10]."

New renderings: Gehry-designed Grand Avenue project about to get underway

The development near Walt Disney Concert Hall is finally moving forward.

A Ladera Heights designer finds—and remakes—her midcentury dream home

"The specs were perfect. I just knew we would make an offer before I even saw it," says Natalie Myers of Veneer Designs.