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Disobeying an order to evacuate is never a good idea. But that's exactly what some Malibu residents did.
Authorities evacuated some animals, but calm winds meant the fire was never a serious threat.
When Californians vote on Proposition 10, they'll be choosing the winner of a more than $100 million dollar spending war over rent regulations.
Is preserving an 80-year-old gas station more important than building new apartments?
One of the most talked about and contested propositions on California's November ballot is Proposition 10, the so-called "Affordable Housing Act."
They claim the city violated their constitutional rights by seizing their belongings off the sidewalk, and destroying them.
Los Angeles Unified School District officials cut the ribbon Wednesday on the third affordable apartment building built by the district itself.
Police are investigating whether a string of local attacks on sleeping homeless men are related. An assailant with a baseball bat beat three people downtown LA early Sunday -- killing two.
Residents gathered Wednesday in front of a Westlake apartment complex planning to face off with sheriff’s deputies scheduled to evict an elderly couple. You may have heard KPCC’s story last month on a big rent strike organized by these tenants.
About a hundred chanting people, mostly Latinas, marched into a South Los Angeles McDonalds on Tuesday afternoon. They were protesting alleged pervasive workplace sexual harassment, and urging the fast-food corporation to take a stand against it
L.A. County Supervisors are weighing whether or not to limit rent increases to 3 percent annually in the unincorporated parts of the county.
LA will open the first of at least a dozen proposed “emergency bridge housing” homeless shelters on Sept 10. They’re supposed smooth homeless people’s transition from the street to permanent housing.
A gas station built in 1941 is at the center of a skirmish in Silver Lake. The owner wants to knock it down and build some apartments, but neighbors say not so fast
Rent in a low-income building in Chinatown threatened to increase beyond the ability of residents to pay.