Two days after Clabe Hartley’s finger was bitten off by a transient, the Venice business owner had hoped to share his concerns with the community. But even he was turned away.
A local non-profit called Create Now brings thousands of children in need to cultural events like free concerts and plays.
Members of Stop Mass Incarceration Network and other civil rights advocates gathered about noon at Los Angeles Police Department headquarters and marched to Skid Row.
New light is being shown on the plight of the homeless who live and die in the shadows of Skid Row in the wake of Sunday’s fatal officer-involved shooting.
Employees at Orange County’s main center of government are being offered security escorts to their cars amid a sharp increase in the local homeless population.
Residents in Venice have filed a lawsuit against the city and county of Los Angeles over what they say is a “lawless Skid Row” around the beach boardwalk.
More homeless veterans in Los Angeles may soon have a roof over their head with some help from the U.S. government.
Thousands of volunteers will begin fanning out across the San Gabriel Valley and eastern Los Angeles County Tuesday night in a three-day effort to count homeless people in the county.
Police sought the public’s help Friday in identifying three men who may have information about who set a homeless man on fire in Ventura.
Los Angeles-born Rodney Craig played in 145 major league games over four seasons for the Seattle Mariners (1979-80), Cleveland Indians (1982) and Chicago White Sox (1986.)
The homeless man’s brother spoke to CBS2’s Stacey Butler.
If you or someone you know is facing eviction or living in unsafe conditions, several counties have resources available.
More than 4,600 military veterans currently live on the streets of Los Angeles, according to a new survey.
Authorities said a man and woman were wounded by gunfire in South Los Angeles Saturday evening.
The unidentified man was taken to a hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.