Longtime advocates — like the people who run the Union Rescue Mission — see the situation as getting worse.
Two Los Angeles City Council members called on the city Tuesday to investigate the risk to older concrete buildings following media reports estimating at least 50 of the more than 1,000 at-risk buildings would crumble in a major earthquake.
More than 1,000 aging buildings in Los Angeles County could be at risk of falling down during a major earthquake, according to an analysis by the Los Angeles Times.
How safe is your car windshield?
The dangers of texting while driving are obvious, but that doesn’t mean a lot of motorists are not doing it.