County officials want to put up temporary homeless shelters in three OC cities to settle a federal lawsuit. City officials say they'll sue.
Other cities could follow Los Alamitos' lead as it seeks to opt out of the state law that restricts police cooperation with immigration agents. But the issue could wind up in the courts.
A recent state audit found that counties have a total of $2.5 billion in unspent funds that they could be using to address mental health and homelessness.
For months, county leaders insisted there were enough beds for 700 homeless who had been living in an encampment. Now, the officials seems to have made an about-face.
A Metro customer survey shows slightly more people experiencing sexual harassment over last year, despite an increase in police presence.
Heavy rains will drench the Los Angeles area starting Wednesday, with some areas projected to get as much as six inches of rainfall.
Snapchat is a social media behemoth in Venice, where it grew so much that it frustrated some locals. Now the company is moving part of its staff to Santa Monica.
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