Oakland and Minneapolis have done it. Now the idea is gaining traction on the Westside.
The city has limited the size of items that homeless residents can store in public areas to what can fit in a 60-gallon container.
Even from afar the colors are vibrant.
Completed in 1940, the modest modern is asking $1.6 million.
Here’s what to know about the Crenshaw/LAX Line, which will eventually travel between South LA and the South Bay.
Los Angeles is under a stay-at-home order, but moving is considered "essential."
The curve is flattening in Los Angeles, but the number of people infected could still lead to more deaths.
Built in 1960, but adapted well to modern times.
All parks, including lakes and botanical gardens, will close entirely on Sunday to prevent Easter gatherings, the mayor says.
Options include a Highland Park bungalow and a lofty, three-bedroom Mar Vista condo.
The 1980s B-movie "Night of the Comet" captures an empty city.
It’s a feast for the eyes.
The five-bedroom house includes a host of vintage details—and a pool.
The Skid Row area does "not have adequate sanitation facilities to meet the COVID-19 crisis," judge says.
"Little Mexico," a bustling community near Olvera Street, was leveled in the name of sanitation.
Is now a good time to buy? Have prices come down? Will I be able to get a loan, or are banks tightening up? We answer these questions, and more.
By early next week, more than 1,000 hotel beds will be available for at-risk homeless residents.
The half-acre property comes with a recording studio and sizable garden.
Demolition of the original modernist complex is clearing the way for a flashy new building.
In less than one week, hundreds of volunteers have printed more than 1,500 face masks and shields.
Shoppers are no longer allowed to venture inside the homes they want to buy.
Right above the Sunset Strip.
Quiet Los Angeles neighborhoods come to life at the same time every night.
Period details include stepped tray ceilings, elaborate plasterwork, elegant built-ins, and jazzy tile.
And they’re finding little comfort in measures designed to help them.