Column: Is Stetson-loving L.A. Sheriff Alex Villanueva rounding up a 'posse' of cowboys?
You're L.A. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva, and you're in trouble.
Multiple lawsuits against your deputies allege excessive force and wrongful deaths in encounters with civilians.
Column: Why South L.A. is staying loyal to Ridley-Thomas, even as he faces federal charges
Public trust in government is circling the drain in America and has been for quite some time.
After 30 years in the political spotlight, Ridley-Thomas is suddenly under a cloud
Over three decades, five mayors have passed through Los Angeles City Hall. A major earthquake and civil insurrections have shaken the city. A pro football team left and two others arrived.
Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas says he won't resign, plans to fight bribery charges
In his first public comments since he was indicted, Los Angeles City Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas said he wouldn't resign and plans to fight federal charges that were revealed this week.
Los Angeles Unified School District sued over student vaccination mandate
The Los Angeles Unified School District has been slapped with a lawsuit over its mandate that students 12 and older get their COVID-19 shots, a requirement which attorneys for the plaintiff contend is unlawful because it does not allow for religious or personal belief exemptions.
When Outdoor Diners and Homeless People Meet, Restaurants Struggle to Cope
As homelessness grows in New York City, owners seek ways to defuse conflicts between panhandlers and their customers and employees, from hiring guards to feeding the hungry.
Good Morning, News: Where Your Homeless Tax $$ is Going, Weed Farm State of Emergency, and Texas Abortion Ban Back in Business
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AIDS Healthcare Foundation Buys Barclay Hotel in DTLA for Homeless Housing Conversion
The AIDS Healthcare Foundation is converting one of Downtown Los Angeles' most historic residence hotels into housing for homeless individuals.
Tory austerity caused misery - and now they want to make it worse | Polly Toynbee
eaths are what can be counted most easily - bodies can't be hidden from the statisticians or denied by those responsible for the figures.
City adopts resolution to expedite supportive housing for homeless - Austin Monitor
Friday, October 15, 2021 by Andrew Logan