The city of Los Angeles filed a legal motion seeking dismissal of what it called a ‘misguided’ lawsuit that attempts to compel local government to provide shelter to thousands of homeless people living on downtown sidewalks and next to freeways.
‘Faces of Mankind’ exhibit at Anaheim’s Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center displays 35 portraits of unhoused and formerly unhoused people.
Redondo Beach addressed its homeless problem with a court diversion program that provides services instead of custody. When the pandemic brought it to a halt, the city came up with workaround. Now homeless court is held outdoors, in a police station parking lot.
A growing encampment has left significant damage in the freshwater marsh. But that’s no reason not to be sensitive to the needs of homeless people.
A San Clemente couple’s visit to Doheny State Beach to feed homeless people ended with the husband in handcuffs and his wife calling 911
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