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Asian American Communities Correspondent
More Asian Americans live in L.A. County than any other county in the U.S. The communities are varied and complex and often invisible in the mainstream media. I tell the stories of recent immigrants and families who have been here for generations to answer the question: How do you navigate the intersection of being Asian and American and what impact does that have on L.A.’s future?
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Stories by Josie Huang
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.
The City Council voted for the forced sale of the remaining properties in Manchester Square, a neighborhood near LAX that will be part of the airport's expansion.
An emergency stay was issued Monday keeping Romulo Avelica-Gonzalez from being deported. He was arrested Feb. 28 by immigration officials while dropping his daughters off at school
USC and UCLA will house athletes and journalists. More than 125,000 hotel rooms will be accessible to tourists. But advocates say residents will be impacted.
Downtown developers must abide by a new policy mandating their projects include up to 30 percent affordable housing as Santa Monica tries to address skyrocketing rents.
Neighbors have complained angrily about trucks hauling dirt through Hollywood Hills where high-end home construction has ramped up since the recession.
Airport officials are moving to acquire the remaining properties in Manchester Square, the neighborhood next to LAX where a new rental car center is envisioned.
Newhall Ranch, the Santa Clarita Valley housing development that aims to build 21,500 units over 15 to 20 years, won key approvals recently.
Older hosts are among Airbnb's most visible supporters. Many say the extra income lets them keep their homes while Airbnb critics say there are other options.
While cap-and-trade legislation barreled ahead Monday, a package of bills dealing with California’s runaway housing costs has been delayed.
State regulators will soon begin auditing Airbnb hosts who have drawn discrimination complaints. The tests are part of an agreement Airbnb struck with the state.
State Assemblyman Richard Bloom of Santa Monica expects a housing package making its way through the Legislature to include eight to 15 bills.
Los Angeles is expanding eligibility for its home purchase assistance program to include middle-income earners. A family of four making up to $130,200 could qualify.
Why does California have such a substantial backlog of unanalyzed sexual assault evidence kits compared other states? And what can legislators do about it?