From Parade Floats To Tiny Homes: Azusa Business Finds New Purpose During PandemicA number of businesses took a financial hit this year with the Rose Parade canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, including the owner of an Azusa business who had to think outside the box to keep his business afloat.
Councilmember Wants Tiny Homes For Homeless To Be Fraction Of Current CostA local politician is looking to vastly cut the costs of tiny home communities being built for homeless people in Los Angeles. 
Residents Push Back Against Blumenfield's Plans To Build Homeless Cabin Community In Residential AreaA cabin community is set to be built in a neighborhood in Reseda, but some of the people who live nearby are pushing back against the plans because of the proposed location.
There's No Place Like Home. But What If It's Just 84 Square Feet?California once led the nation in building up sprawling neighborhoods of tract homes with large, manicured lawns, but now has among the highest housing prices in the country. Could a portable home the size of a horse trailer be the answer to the Golden State’s housing woes?
Makeshift Homes Used By Transients Could Soon Be Removed From Streets Of LATiny makeshift houses used by transients could soon be removed from the streets of Los Angeles without notice under an existing city ordinance, some city leaders voted this week.
Tiny Homes On Wheels Spark New Debate On Homelessness In San PedroSan Pedro residents packed a neighborhood council meeting Tuesday night to express their concerns about tiny houses built for the homeless that have been popping up on their streets.