Two Los Angeles City Council members introduced a motion to replace the city's current mandatory encampment cleanup system with a voluntary one.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti joined state elected officials Wednesday to show his support for the Bring California Home Act which seeks to create affordable apartments and rental assistance through money generated by closing corporate tax loopholes.
While Whitworth can't take the field this Sunday due to a leg injury, the 4-time Pro Bowler continues to make a difference off the field.
The City of Los Angeles plans to open its first “Tiny Home Village” for those battling homelessness in North Hollywood in January.
There are so many people in need locally and globally, that at times it can feel overwhelming. But you can make a difference in many small ways.
Video showing a homeless couple fighting at an encampment in downtown Los Angeles is sparking concern amongst locals after the couple’s small dog was caught in the middle and tossed to the ground.
The economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic has led to an increasingly desperate situation for thousands of homeless people living on the streets. One organization believes it can be part of the solution — by turning shipping containers into homes.
Wednesday is Veteran's Day, as there will be virtual celebrations and parades across the country. But the day won't be much different for one group of homeless veterans living near a wealthy West Los Angeles neighborhood.
The homeless crisis in Los Angeles continues to grow.
Superintendent Austin Beutner announced Tuesday that the Los Angeles Unified School District will invest $1 million to support students experiencing homelessness and those who are part of the foster-care system.
Southern California Gas Co. and The Laundry Truck LA teamed up to unveil the nonprofit organization's newest trailer to provide free mobile laundry services to homeless people in the Greater Los Angeles area.
Nearly 270,000 kindergarten through 12th students in California experienced homelessness during the 2018-2019 school year, according to a report released Monday by UCLA.
Los Angeles was awarded an additional $13 million in the fifth round of California Homekey funding to purchase and rehabilitate housing units and convert them into long-term homes for those experiencing homelessness or who are at risk of becoming homeless.
Beloved Watts community activist 'Sweet' Alice Harris is announcing a huge partnership and outreach to get computers and reliable internet access to homeless students in the Los Angeles Unified School District.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday said the state will start award Project Homekey grants to local governments to house homeless people.
The Los Angeles City Council agreed to allocate tens of millions of dollars toward homeless housing projects and programs, but also voted to require more oversight of the way the money is spent.
People experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles County are testing positive for the coronavirus at rates far lower than among the population at large, a health official said Wednesday as he breathed a sigh of relief about the fate of the area’s most vulnerable residents during the pandemic.
The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority released data on Thursday that showed young people continue to fall into homelessness at a higher rate than they can find housing.
Distance learning can be hard for any student, but for kids facing homelessness there are extra added challenges.