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Prop HHH is now on track to exceed its housing goalsHousing & Development
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.
LA and Sacramento crack down on catalytic converter theftsTransportation
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Small businesses that support the film/TV industry are feeling the economic ripple effects of the ongoing Hollywood writers’ strike.
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Leila Mottley was 19 and fresh out of high school when she wrote “Nightcrawling,” which captures the heartbreak and yearning of California’s inner cities.
Can the US avoid a replay of Trump 2016?Politics
Trump was back in the spotlight and nothing has changed. Can Democrats and Republicans ever come together on guns? And should corporations get involved in social issues?
Why Armenians in LA are moving back to their native countryInternational
SoCal has long been home to Armenian Americans, but now more of them are migrating in the other direction to build stronger ties to their heritage in Armenia.
LA poised to be leader in sustainable aquaculture and ‘blue tech’Science
From kelp farming to underwater robots, Los Angeles is becoming the Silicon Valley of the sea.
Catalytic converter thefts: Car owners, cops, insurance adjusters try keeping upTransportation
Catalytic converter thefts more than tripled in LA County last year, and some victims are replacing the $3,000 car part just to have it stolen again.