Posted On: 7:32 p.m. | January 29, 2016
As city and county officials gear up for what is promised as a $100-million program to reduce homelessness, thousands of volunteers hit the streets to document the scale of the problem.
Nearly 7,500 volunteers signed up to take part in the 2016 homeless count, said Naomi Goldman, spokeswoman for the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, which organized the event.
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Posted On: 12:29 a.m. | January 29, 2016
World War II labor shortages spurred the establishment of the Mexican Farm Labor Agreement between Mexico and the United States. The program became known as the Bracero program. (Bracero is a Spanish term meaning “manual laborer.”) View Post»
Posted On: 12:13 a.m. | January 27, 2016
John Malmin image of the Buena Vista Reservoir in Elysian Park used in the 1955-56 Know Your City photography series. View Post»
Posted On: 1:04 a.m. | January 26, 2016
A huge storm that swamped Southern California in February 1927 left Compton flooded, leaving the main streets of the city suddenly turned into rivers. View Post»