Homeless Population In LA County Jumps By 12 Percent; Nearly 59,000 Living On The StreetsOf that number, almost three-fourths of those people are sleeping in cars, tents and other makeshift shelters, official say.
Measles Outbreak: Number Of Confirmed Cases On The Rise In SouthlandThe number of confirmed cases of the measles is on the rise in Los Angeles County.
LA County To Issue March Food Stamps EarlyCalFresh benefits will be issued early to make sure eligible members will not go hungry, after February benefits were distributed in mid-January to avoid a potential gap in payments due to the federal government shutdown.
LA Left Off List Of Most Romantic RestaurantsFour California restaurants made OpenTable's list of most romantic restaurants in America, but none of them were in Los Angeles County.
LA County Hate Crimes Continue To Rise For Fourth YearThe Commission on Human Relations found there were 508 hate crimes reported in Los Angeles County last year, half of which were race-based – an increase of 9 percent from 235 in 2016 to 256 last year.
4 New Cases Of Flea-Borne Typhus Reported In WillowbrookWith the four new cases, that brings the number of patients in the county so far this year to 63. Health officials earlier this week told the county Board of Supervisors there were a total of 67 cases in 2017.
Software Error Blamed For Los Angeles County Voting ProblemCounty officials say about 12,000 of the affected voters went to the polls and were required to cast provisional ballots and their votes were counted. Officials say the names were never excluded from the official voter rolls and "their right to vote was never at issue."
LA County To Undergo Review Of Election Day Printing ErrorCounty officials Friday announced plans for an "independent third-party" review of election procedures after a roster printing error that left over 118,000 voters' names off polling place rosters on election day.
Incumbent LA, Riverside County Sheriffs Fail To Win Majority VotesBut in Orange County, Don Barnes picked up 51 percent of the vote to succeed Sheriff Hutchens, beating out Duke Nguyen, an investigator with the LA County District Attorney’s Office, and Aliso Viejo Mayor Dave Harrington.
Santa Clarita Becomes First LA County City To Reject Sanctuary State LawComments got heated at times, but when the council voted unanimously to file a brief to opt out of the sanctuary state law, the audience erupted into triumphant cheers.
Billionaire's Beach Home Sold For $110MThe sale for an ultramodern home on Malibu’s famed Carbon Beach – better known as Billionaire’s Beach – is set to close Tuesday at $110 million.