Homeless Man Beaten To Death In Downtown LAPolice found the victim lying on the ground with blunt force trauma injuries.
'We Are Tired Of Being Dumped On:' Sylmar Residents March For A Safer CityIt wasn't a large crowd but its message was strong.
Officials Looking To Avoid A 'Skid Row' In AnaheimFor the first time the city will vote to bring in law enforcement to put an end to the homeless problem along the riverbed.
Homeless Areas To Be Washed With Bleach-Spiked Water To Combat Hepatitis A OutbreakCity officials are using water spiked with bleach to help combat a deadly outbreak of hepatitis A in San Diego.
Want To House A Homeless Family On Your Property? LA County Plan Would Pay You For ItCounty officials are considering a plan to offer incentives to homeowners to build a second dwelling on their property as part of a plan to offer housing to the homeless.
LA Ranks 2nd In US For Number Of Struggling Poor, Report Finds567,000 Angeleno households spent more than half their income on rent or lived in severely inadequate conditions in 2015.
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.
Was Illegal Curb Painting A Response To Homeless Crisis? Video Commenters Hint At BacklashIs an illegally painted curb spanning almost a block of commercial property in the San Fernando Valley a backlash against a growing homeless population?
Anaheim Homeless Encampment Gets Eviction NoticeStarting Monday Orange County Public Works will be fencing out those who have been living across from motels and next to the Honda Center.
Officer Helps Homeless Mom And DaughterJennifer More and her mother, Barbara, didn't know that circumstances would lead them to begging. 
Homeless No More: San Bernardino Woman Looks At Sunny Times AheadWhat a difference a year makes.
Survey: 1 In 5 LA Community College District Students HomelessA new survey by the Los Angeles Community College District shows that one out of every five students in the district is homeless and more than 60 percent of their students don't have enough to eat.

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