LA City Council Hopes To Offer Help To 8,000 People Living In Their VehiclesOne man is living in a motor home with four children and two dogs.
Evacuated Stevenson Ranch Mobile Home Residents Could Return Home, If Weather PermitsResidents from 10 mobile homes in a Stevenson Ranch park who were evacuated due to heavy debris and mud flow from the Calgrove burn area could return home today, according to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works.
Pursuit Suspects Allegedly Break Into Homes Trying To Evade Beverly Hills PoliceA man and a woman who led police on a car chase from Beverly Hills to Los Angeles were taken into custody Wednesday.
Locals Prepare Their Homes In Advance For Approaching El Nino SeasonMany people across the Southland are preparing their homes in advance of the approaching El Nino season.
Arson Investigators Probing Fires At 2 Vacant Long Beach Homes Arson investigators Thursday were trying to determine the cause of a fire at a pair of vacant Long Beach homes at the center of a longtime feud.
City Council To Limit 'Mansionization' Of LA NeighborhoodsThe Los Angeles City Council was set Tuesday to discuss efforts to change the so-called "mansionization" of some Southland neighborhoods.
New Wave Of Foreclosures Hits SoCal Homeowners across Southern California are getting hit with a fresh wave of foreclosures.
LAPD: Man Caught On Tape Burglarizing High-End PropertiesAuthorities say a man has been burglarizing several high-end properties during open houses, and the crimes were caught on tape.
Chinese Firm To Build 200 Homes In Simi Valley In Billion-Dollar US InvestmentA Chinese home-building company is breaking ground on dozens of new homes in Simi Valley as part of a $1 billion plan to invest in the U.S. housing market.
Homes Evacuated In Granada Hills After 'Possible' Pipe Bomb Spotted An LAPD bomb squad was dispatched to a Granada Hills home Tuesday after a cleaning crew reported seeing a "possible pipe bomb", a handgun and some ammunition.
Giving Change For Change: Pasadena Parking Meter Proceeds Benefit HomelessThe next time you park your car in Pasadena the change you put in the meter could go on to change someone's life.
Voters Approve Open Government, Veterans Measures Proposition 41 led with 66 percent of the vote, with 1.8 million ballots counted. It redirects $600 million in existing veterans bonds to buy, build and renovate apartments and multi-family homes for low-income veterans

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