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Earthquake faults still at center of development dispute

Wave Wire Services LOS ANGELES — A coalition of local stakeholders voiced their opposition July 22 to a plan to develop two skyscrapers near the...

City opens latest bridge home in Los Feliz

Wave Wire Services LOS ANGELES — The city opened its 19th A Bridge Home shelter for homeless people July 24, with the latest coming to...

LAPD plans expansion of community partnership bureau

By Anne Artley, Contributing Writer LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Police Department will expand its Community Safety Partnership (CSP) bureau, a model that aims to...

New project launched to diversify Hollywood, network TV

By Kayla Rodgers, Contributing Writer HOLLYWOOD — A longtime film and television executive is partnering with civic and union leaders to launch a career training initiative...

Homeless program targets those vulnerable to COVID-19

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority is embarking on an “ambitious plan” to house 15,000 homeless Angelenos who are most vulnerable...

Hollywood High staff prepares for distance learning

HOLLYWOOD — Hollywood High School is preparing for a fall semester of distance learning, after Los Angeles Unified School District officials announced July 13...

County commission approves Walnut Park housing project

WALNUT PARK — The Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission upheld the approval July 8 of an affordable housing project in unincorporated Walnut Park,...

WeHo restaurants scramble in wake of governor’s latest order

WEST HOLLYWOOD — Restaurant owners are scrambling to adapt to another closure of indoor dining July 1, imposed by California Gov. Gavin Newsom following...

City to start fining people not wearing masks in public

LOS ANGELES — With coronavirus cases on the rise, local municipalities are beginning to crack down on residents who flout the statewide requirement that...

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