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Josie Huang reports on religion, international affairs and diaspora for KPCC. She previously covered housing issues and immigration for the station. She grew up in Taiwan and Maryland, and worked in public radio and newspapers in New England before joining KPCC in 2012.
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Here's what you can build with $250 million in one hand, and $3 billion in the other. And it's not an end to the state's housing crisis.
Under S.B. 35, California cities not meeting their state housing goals would be required to expedite some multi-family housing projects.
New construction downtown is continuing to drive up supply, with the vacancy rate now hovering around 12 percent, says real estate research firm CoStar.
The U.S. Census Bureau ranks California's poverty rate as the country's highest, when factoring in housing and other living costs.
A new report shows that the number of Chinese-American foundations increased four-fold between 2000 and 2014 and giving has also grown.
Hundreds of DACA supporters attend rallies in downtown Los Angeles after the Trump administration announces it will be killed in six months.
In Los Angeles, YIMBYs — as the "Yes in My Backyard" proponents call themselves — are hoping to convince Angelenos to support their "build everything" agenda.
KPCC is kicking off a three-day look at Southern California’s housing emergency. We’ve been at a crisis for years, but things are getting worse and impacting all our lives.
The City Council's Planning and Land Use Management Committee voted unanimously to support a fee on developers to help pay for affordable housing.
As L.A. property values continue to rise, a study finds areas like Venice and Culver City have an above-average share of homeowners building the most equity.
The $700 million USC Village project has been three years in the making and included community input. But anti-gentrification activists are still crying foul.
Social networks like the neighborhood site Nextdoor are rolling out new ways for real estate agents and firms to market themselves and their listings.
Some 2,500 University of Southern California students are moving into new housing that officials say will ease market pressure but will it lead to displacement?
Romulo Avelica-Gonzalez has been held at Adelanto detention facility in San Bernardino since he was arrested in February while dropping off his daughters at school.
Southern California's housing affordability crisis is far-reaching, but low-income renters without government housing assistance may be among the hardest hit.