In Bel Air, the negative response backfired on those who didn’t want a protest at all.
"No one is saying that we don’t want to have strong systems of public safety."
"‘Are our leaders capable of solving this problem?’ I think is a really valid question at this point."
That money could go to housing, parks, and transportation.
The city and county are arguing over who will pay for the shelters.
It was built with taxpayer money.
A growing number of researchers and advocates are questioning the wisdom of opening new shelters amid a pandemic.
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.
The curve is flattening in Los Angeles, but the number of people infected could still lead to more deaths.
The Skid Row area does "not have adequate sanitation facilities to meet the COVID-19 crisis," judge says.
By early next week, more than 1,000 hotel beds will be available for at-risk homeless residents.
Quiet Los Angeles neighborhoods come to life at the same time every night.
And they’re finding little comfort in measures designed to help them.
It’s a small silver lining.
But the mayor has warned: "We will not be shy about shutting down construction sites."
Newer apartments are seeing the biggest price dips right now, according to a report from CoStar.
The sanitation stations are supposed to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.
The company’s blind-cc blooper is uniting tenants.
Homeowners directly impacted by COVID-19 can delay payment up to three months.
That’s a "massive hit" that could jeopardize the transit agency’s future plans.
The owners of the Forum were in the team’s way. So the Clippers are buying the storied venue for $400 million—cash
It "does not mean restrictions from going outside," and "it does not mean isolation."
Protestors have taken over 11 homes in El Sereno: "The community has to take matters into their own hands."
She helped found MOCA and successfully guided the architecture and design world’s center of gravity away from New York City.
It’s suspending a mandate that tents must come down during daytime hours.
"You will not lose your housing during this crisis because you can’t make the rent," says Mayor Eric Garcetti.
But homeowners have to be willing to rent out the units.
What may be encouraging buyers? A rare opportunity to borrow at historically low interest rates.