LA City Council Votes To Declare Homelessness A Statewide EmergencyLA has almost a quarter of the state's 115,000 homeless people. City officials say homelessness is straining government services to the limit.
LA City Council Moves Toward Placing $1.2 Billion Bond Measure To Address Homelessness On BallotThe Los Angeles City Council took a step Tuesday toward placing a bond measure on the November ballot to raise money to address the city's homelessness problem.
Report: 1 In 10 Cal State University Students HomelessAbout one in 10 of California State University’s 460,000 students is homeless, and one in five doesn’t have steady access to enough food, according to a study whose findings were reported Tuesday.
Thousands Volunteer To Help Count Homeless In LA CountyThousands of volunteers took to the streets Tuesday night to kick off a three-night effort to count homeless people in the Greater Los Angeles area.
Lakers' Metta World Peace Shoots Hoops With Local Homeless Kids It was a special visit for some special kids.
Mayor Eric Garcetti Joins 2-Day Summit On Homelessness, Housing, Climate ChangeMayor Eric Garcetti and four other West Coast mayors will join White House officials at a two-day summit in Portland starting Thursday to discuss homelessness, housing and climate change.
13-Year Army Veteran Gets New Start After Living Homeless For YearsA local veteran who spent 13 years in the U.S. Army is getting a new start after she spent years on the street upon leaving the service.
City Council Declares Local Emergency On Homelessness In LACity Council President Herb Wesson and members of the city's Homelessness and Poverty Committee submitted a motion that approves up to $100 million to be spent on services for the homeless.
Hundreds Turn Up At San Pedro Forum To Discuss HomelessnessHundreds of local residents turned out in San Pedro to participate in a forum on homelessness in the port community.
Study: LA County Residents On Public Assistance Increasingly Falling Into HomelessnessThere are more than 10,000 people in Los Angeles County getting financial help from the government who still seem to fall through the cracks every month and end up homeless, according to a new study.
Low-Income Residents Evicted From LA Mission Hollywood BuildingDozens of low-income residents are being evicted from the Los Angeles Mission's apartment building, as the Christian Ministry is following through on an agreement to sell its Hollywood site in March.
Residents, LAPD Concerned As Homeless Continue To Move Into Local ParksResidents across the Southland are becoming frustrated as the number of homeless people camping out at local parks continues to grow.

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