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All the reasons why a building like St. Vincent’s Medical Center would make a perfect place to serve homeless people.
Newsom, wrapping up his week of community visits to talk about the homelessness crisis, acknowledged the trailers are only a small step to addressing a very large problem.
A skid row group is suing Los Angeles over a program that provides an alternative to criminal charges for minor offenses, arguing that it denies people a chance at a fair hearing and is “unnavigable” for people who are poor, homeless or disabled.
The region’s affordable-housing gap is growing, not shrinking, Microsoft noted, although last year it grew more slowly than before.
The opponents of a Griffith Park shelter show that the only thing worse than the homelessness crisis are people who prevent any solution.
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order last week that may result in an assessment of the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa as a possible location for a homeless shelter.
Nury Martinez, the first Latina to serve as L.A. City Council president, called for a reassessment of the region’s homelessness strategy.
Handing out jackets, socks, food and other practical items helps, but it does nothing to address mental illness and addiction among homeless people.
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Firefighters have saved the world’s last remaining wild stand of a prehistoric tree from Australia’s wildfires
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