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UC Santa Cruz graduate students who work on campus go on wildcat strike for higher pay because they say they can’t afford local rents.
According to the Moms4Housing group, which describes itself as a “collective of unhoused and insecurely housed mothers,” the Alameda County district’s attorney’s office will not proceed with legal action.
Homeowners in neighborhoods zoned for single-family residences now have great ability to build accessory homes — sometimes dubbed “granny flats” — as a way to creatively address the region’s housing shortage. Here’s a look inside a few ADUs and some design tips from residents who’ve taken the plunge.
Taking the next step in talks on combating L.A.’s homelessness crisis, Mayor Eric Garcetti and HUD Secretary Ben Carson announced a new collaboration.
L.A. City Councilman Mike Bonin wants to limit rent increases for hundreds of thousands of tenants, tightening the rules under a city ordinance.
‘You can’t tell whether it’s night or daytime,’ said a woman who lives in a semi-basement home featured in the Academy Award-winning ‘Parasite.’ ‘It’s a good place to dream.’
Valley residents have complained on Facebook about homeless encampments. A lawsuit accuses the city of allowing an LAPD officer to harass a homeless man with help from those online pages.
Kevin de León announced he will move an upcoming campaign event after homeless activists complained that it was scheduled at the home of an arson suspect
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From Kern County to Los Angeles, companies haven’t set aside anywhere near enough money to ensure drilling sites are cleaned up and made safe for future generations.
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