Homeowners Claim Venice Neighbor Has Turned His Front Yard Into Homeless EncampmentNeighbors in Venice Monday sounded off about a group of homeless men living on the front lawn of a home.
Some Starbucks Locations In Downtown Close Bathrooms Over Safety ConcernsTwo Starbucks locations in the downtown area have closed their bathrooms to both paying and non-paying customers, CBS Los Angeles has learned.
Number Of Homeless In Los Angeles County Up Nearly 6 PercentThe number of homeless people in Los Angeles County increased 5.7 percent over the past year, but homelessness among veterans and families fell significantly.
At Least 6 Homeless Men Overdose On Drug Believed To Be Spice On Skid RowThe homeless men were all transported to the hospital.
Garcetti Unveils $8.75 Billion Budget, Sets Aside $138 Million To Address HomelessnessMayor Eric Garcetti unveiled a proposed $8.76 billion spending plan for the 2016-2017 fiscal year Monday that includes setting aside about $138 million to address homelessness.
Housing Complex In MacArthur Park Opens For Homeless Veterans, The DisabledThe 52-unit housing complex at 811 South Carondelet Street is called The Six.
Homeless In Pomona Sue City Over Seizure, Destruction Of Personal PropertyThe suit contends police once even threw the ashes of a homeless woman's mother into a garbage truck while she looked on and pleaded in vain for them to stop.
Anaheim Police Critically Wound Suspect They Say Was Wielding KnifeThe first officer to arrive radioed that a robbery was in progress.
Decorated Soldier Found Living In Park Receives Helping HandA decorated soldier who spiraled out of control and has been living on the streets has received a helping hand.
LAPD Chief Beck Hears From San Pedro Residents Fed Up With Rising Crime"We cannot police this city properly with the level of cops we have. We need to hire more police officers," Beck said.
LA Land To Be Used For Veterans, Not BusinessesThe federal government on Thursday released a plan to build nearly 2,000 apartments to house chronically homeless veterans in West Los Angeles to settle a lawsuit that alleged it had ignored their plight.
7,000 Volunteers To Count Homeless In Los Angeles CountySome 7,000 volunteers will fan out as part of a three-night effort to count homeless people in most of Los Angeles County.

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