Chris Kuo was a 2021 Metro intern for the Los Angeles Times. He is originally from Massachusetts and is a rising junior at Duke University, where he studies English, political science and journalism. He serves as the Chronicle’s enterprise editor and has written for the 9th Street Journal and INDY Week.
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Violent attacks against older Asians in Oakland and San Francisco Chinatowns have left some senior citizens so fearful that they barely leave the house.
Decades in the making, the Terasaki Budokan will be a gathering place in a historic neighborhood threatened by assimilation and gentrification.
A new operator is taking over the L.A. City College swap meet, which was on the verge of closing after bleeding money during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Programa piloto del condado de Los Ángeles aprueba 1.042 dólares al mes para 150 adultos jóvenes
Alrededor de un tercio de los beneficiarios del programa son personas sin hogar y sin sistema de apoyo. Muchos son hombres negros o latinos con escasas oportunidades educativas y profesionales.
About a third eligible for the program are homeless with no support system. Many are Black or Latino men with limited educational and career opportunities.
A growing number of L.A. politicians want to require city workers to get vaccinated against COVID-19 as infection numbers have surged again.
Two of the suspects, who were wounded during the robbery attempt, were arrested, LAPD officials said.
The return of 626 Night Market, inspired by outdoor food markets in cities like Taipei, Bangkok and Hong Kong, is a sign that normal life is resuming.
There is growing scrutiny over the massive spill, with many asking how it occurred and why it took so long to alert the public.