sessions

California officials react to Jeff Sessions’ pot declaration

Less than a week after recreational marijuana became legal in California, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has rescinded a federal policy allowing pot sales in...
rental

City of Los Angeles sued to stop tenant data collection

Apartment owners across Los Angeles balked in 2016 after the city mandated that they hand over data on rental agreements, utilities and parking, and...
sanctuary

California officially becomes sanctuary state in 2018

California rang in the New Year by officially becoming a sanctuary state when SB 54, called the California Values Act, went into effect on Jan....
freeway

New year, new freeways: 605, others to see traffic due to construction

Heading out for a late-night drive this week? You might want to take surface streets if you plan on heading to Orange County. Caltrans...
rent control

Rent control could be back for California thanks to this law [UPDATED]

Rent control has been called both a magic bullet in the fight against California homelessness, and a red herring that will make development impossible....
parking

Alhambra Police relaxes parking restrictions for holidays

Overnight parking can be one of the biggest residential headaches, with street-sweeping and "No Parking" hours forcing auto-owners to move their vehicles, often at...
fear

Fear makes immigrant families unhealthy, report finds

By Anna Gorman Kaiser Health News Luis Ramirez has lived in the U.S. without immigration papers for two decades, but he is more worried about deportation now...
attendance

$30 million up for grabs by LA schools if attendance increases

By Mike Szymanski LA School Report  It’s a daunting task to try to figure out how LA Unified can save money, but an advisory group came...
farmworkers

Health risks to farmworkers increase as workforce ages

By Sarah Varney Kaiser Health News  That bag of frozen cauliflower sitting inside your freezer likely sprang to life in a vast field north of Salinas, Calif. A...

Working millennials share hopes and fears for 2018

As the year winds down, millennials in Los Angeles have started to look back on the past year, and ahead to the future. For...