New Federal Report Shows Scope Of California's Homeless Crisis, Over 160K Homeless Prior To PandemicThe homelessness crisis across the Southland is becoming more pervasive by the day, and a new report from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Thursday underscored that reality.
Controller Releases Scathing Audit of City's Homeless OutreachThe outreach agency that is supposed to help the homeless get off the streets of Los Angeles was criticized Wednesday in a report by the controller for not doing enough.
Goldstein Investigation: Some Agencies That Help The Homeless With Taxpayer Money Aren't Eligible -- But Get It AnywayDavid Goldstein found some of the non-profits have been delinquent for years.
Number Of Homeless In Los Angeles County Up Nearly 6 PercentThe number of homeless people in Los Angeles County increased 5.7 percent over the past year, but homelessness among veterans and families fell significantly.
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.
7,000 Volunteers To Count Homeless In Los Angeles CountySome 7,000 volunteers will fan out as part of a three-night effort to count homeless people in most of Los Angeles County.
More Shelters Opened In Los Angeles To House Homeless From RainThe Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority will open the last three of its seven new temporary shelters to thousands of people seeking refuge from the first El Niño storm of the year.
7 Temporary L.A. County Homeless Shelters Open During Impending StormsFour are open tonight. The rest will open Tuesday night. Call 211 for more information.
Report: Homelessness Up 12 Percent In LA CountyThe homeless count, conducted by more than 5,500 volunteers who fanned out across the county, found that many without homes are not in shelters.
Homelessness On The Rise In LA CountyHomelessness jumped 16 percent in the last two years in Los Angeles County.
HUD Gives $75 Million To LA Homeless Service AgenciesThe U.S. Department of Housing awarded $74.5 million to local programs that help homeless people and families get basic services and transition to permanent supportive housing throughout Los Angeles County, officials announced Thursday.