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Southern California's Homelessness Epidemic

Apr 29, 2019

Building Bridges: A New Housing Facility for the Homeless Opens in Westlake

Building Bridges: A New Housing Facility for the Homeless Opens in Westlake

A newly opened bridge housing site in the Westlake section of Los Angeles is nicknamed "Casa Azul," or "The Blue House," after the home, now turned museum, of late Mexican artist Frida Kahlo.

Oct 18, 2018

$32 Million Supportive Housing Complex Coming to Expo Park

$32 Million Supportive Housing Complex Coming to Expo Park

Mayor Eric Garcetti and other leaders broke ground Friday on a supportive housing community in Exposition Park for homeless veterans and others without a residence.

Dec 6, 2018

Orange County's Supervisor Lashes Out at LA Over Homelessness Policies

Orange County's Supervisor Lashes Out at LA Over Homelessness Policies

Orange County Supervisor and District Attorney-elect Todd Spitzer sharply criticized Los Angeles city officials Wednesday, especially Mayor Eric Garcetti, saying it is reckless to allow the homeless to...

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