More High-End Rental Projects May Generate More Affordable-Housing FundsSouthern California is in the throes of the biggest construction booms in 25 years and builders in Irvine and the south coast metro area have given millions of dollars so cities can build homes low-wage families can afford.
L.A. Influential: Bringing Jungalow To LifeProfiling local women who have reached the summit of their field. Monday - Designer Justina Blakeney.
Yasiel Puig's Home Hit By Burglars During Game 7 Of World SeriesDodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig’s home was burglarized overnight, adding insult to injury after losing in Game 7 of the World Series to the Houston Astros.
Redondo Beach Halts Mixed-Use Development For A YearAmid a statewide housing shortage, it put a brake on projects that combine retail, office and housing.
Budget-Friendly DIY Outdoor Halloween DecorationsCraft the perfect outdoor Halloween decorations with these DIY ideas.
3 Men Wanted For Brazen Home-Invasion Robbery In CalabasasHelp is needed Thursday to find the three men behind a home-invasion robbery in Calabasas and got away with more than $200,000 worth of cash, jewelry, and other valuables.
LA Council Debates Controversial Fee To Spark Affordable Housing DevelopmentThe linkage fee of $5 or $12 per square foot would raise up to $100 million per year for affordable housing development.
Housing A Top Priority For California Lawmakers After Recess"We need to take up this housing package as soon as we can," said Assemblyman David Chiu, a San Francisco Democrat who chairs the Assembly's housing committee.
Firefighters Surprise Homeowners With Next-Day Retardant CleanupCAL FIRE made a series of retardant drops during an aggressive firefight in Moreno Valley Sunday saving several homes where more than 1000 acres burned.
Neighbors Angry After Their Exclusive Street Sells For $90KThese days, the price of a San Francisco home can easily top a million dollars. But one savvy investor has bought up a whole street in the city's most exclusive neighborhood for a mere $90,000.
Study: 5 Percent Rent Hike In LA Would Send 2,000 More Into HomelessnessThe median rent in L.A. in June was $2,682, a 4.2 percent increase from the year before.
California Governor Turns To Housing, Rail After Climate WinGov. Jerry Brown's recent climate win showcased the Democrat's political skill in Sacramento.

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