Emily Alpert Reyes

Los Angeles Times

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LA City Council has put what may have been the final nail in the coffin of the South Central Farm: a 14-acre neighborhood farm that has been fought over since 2006.

A dire fate for South Central Farm in South LA

LA City Council has put what may have been the final nail in the coffin of the South Central Farm: a 14-acre neighborhood farm that has been fought over since 2006.

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For many people experiencing homelessness, access to a bathroom is a persistent problem.

Bathrooms for the homeless would cost more than $330,000 each, so how will LA pay?

For many people experiencing homelessness, access to a bathroom is a persistent problem.

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Federal investigators are looking into whether extortion, bribery and other crimes were committed to get billions of dollars of development projects off the ground in downtown LA.

FBI raids reveal a wide corruption investigation into City Hall

Federal investigators are looking into whether extortion, bribery and other crimes were committed to get billions of dollars of development projects off the ground in downtown LA.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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