Prop HHH is now on track to exceed its housing goals

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Olga Rosario spent two and a half years without shelter in LA. In November, she moved to this new apartment in Sylmar, permanent supportive housing funded in part by Proposition HHH. Photo by Anna Scott.

Prop HHH, the LA voter-approved $1.2 billion homeless housing bond measure, has been slow and costly. But six years in, thousands of units are finally opening.

In East West Players’ “On This Side of the World,” theater-goers hear stories of Filipinos immigrating to America.

An OC public defender is alleging that deputies used the same drugs as evidence in two separate intent-to-sell cases for men in adjoining hotel rooms.