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Asian American Communities Correspondent
More Asian Americans live in L.A. County than any other county in the U.S. The communities are varied and complex and often invisible in the mainstream media. I tell the stories of recent immigrants and families who have been here for generations to answer the question: How do you navigate the intersection of being Asian and American and what impact does that have on L.A.’s future?
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Stories by Josie Huang
The heavy rain collapsed tents, wheres some homeless people continue to live. Many refuse to go to shelters, claiming the conditions there are worse.
Easy Flow Raingutters in Thousand Oaks reports getting 30 to 50 calls a day in recent weeks and is looking to up its staff to meet the demand. They're not alone in the extra business.
Thousands of new apartments are expected to come online in the tight Los Angeles rental market next year, but rents are still expected to rise.
The emergency shelter at a Highland Park church bumps up against a priority in the city to fund long-term housing. Meanwhile, thousands remain on the streets.
Home-sharing giant Airbnb is the target of a lawsuit brought by five tenants who say they were kicked out of their Fairfax District apartments so their landlords could rent the units on the company's website for more money.
A group of Los Angeles tenants are suing Airbnb, saying they lost their apartments when their landlords converted them into short-term rentals.
Real estate watchers say homebuyers are rushing to lock in mortgages as interest rates begin to inch up.
Local homeless service providers are looking for overflow space to accommodate the people looking for protection from cold rains.
Not enough Asian-American families are available to foster the some 800 children of Asian descent in LA County's foster care system.
Here are the stories of the 14 killed in the San Bernardino shooting, as well as information on the 21 who were hospitalized.
The city's housing committee unanimously decided landlords and tenants would split the costs. Monthly rent hikes would be capped at $38, and spread over 10 years.
Lighted candles scented San Manuel Stadium as a roster of clergy and government officials took to the podium Thursday at the San Manuel 66ers Stadium.
A federal court of appeals ruled that the city of Los Angeles had failed to properly notify low-income renters of cuts to their housing subsidies.
Residents at Skid Row's Madison Hotel say the cheap rent has kept them off the streets. Now they're suing their landlord as conditions in the building have worsened.
Most of the candidates running for city council are against teardowns and the construction of bigger, taller houses. Longtime residents and newcomers, many from China, are split.