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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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Trees and other greenery in the single-family neighborhoods of the Los Angeles area fell between 14 and 55 percent between 2000 and 2009.
Housing advocates say landlords are pressuring tenants to move out through different means, including by refusing to make repairs.
Mayor Eric Garcetti urged the City Council in his State of the City speech to impose a fee on developers for affordable housing. But not all in the city are on board.
Hundreds filled First AME Church in South Los Angeles to lob questions at California senior senator and question if she's tough enough on President Trump.
The below-market rental units could be converted to market-rate apartments, according to one projection. The county will consider how to keep them affordable.
The Legislature takes up 130 housing bills this session — a testament, leaders say, to the seriousness of the state's housing crisis. But will they get passed?
Companies like Rentberry and Property Connect have created digital tools that let landlords and property managers rent to the highest — or best — bidder.
Permits for housing units declined in 2016, reversing what had been a steady post-recession recovery for the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim metropolitan area.
The housing committee for the LA City Council has approved a proposal that would require property owners to file status reports on the units they've vacated.
Historic homes facing demolition may get longer reprieve under a proposal going before the City Council's planning panel.
The Justice Department's order to withhold $4.1 billion in federal grants over immigration enforcement could affect major cities including L.A., New York, Chicago and Washington, D.C.
An apartment building near Mariachi Plaza building is the latest front in the battle over housing affordability in Boyle Heights.
Low inventory, rising interest rates and other factors are combining to make this spring the toughest for homebuyers since the recession, according to the California Association of Realtors.
City Council members can't agree on how large the backyard units should be and where they should be allowed. But they're seen as one solution to the housing crunch.
The civil rights movement helped African Americans and Latinos shape new identities in the '60s. Now, one exhibit is shining a light on the Asian American movement.