Lindsey Horvath became the youngest chair of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Tuesday. (Courtesy of Lindsey P. Horvath)
This post was updated Dec. 6 at 8:53 p.m.
Los Angeles County Supervisor Lindsey Horvath, who serves the county’s third district, became the youngest chair of the County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday.
Horvath, who is 41, first gained her position on the board in December 2022.
The UCLA Department of Family Medicine’s Student Run Homeless Clinics received a neighborhood purpose grant from the North Westwood Neighborhood Council during the council’s November meeting.
A recent study by Los Angeles researchers found that historic redlining practices contributed to the development of distinct bird communities throughout LA.
By aligning census and mapping data from the 1940s to the present with current bird and vegetation distribution data, the researchers demonstrated that greenlined areas, which historically had more green space, tend to have more birds that associate with natural habitat features.
This post was updated Oct. 29 at 8:37 p.m.
Los Angeles County ended cash bail for many low-level and nonviolent crimes Oct. 1.
The decision – enacted by the LA Superior Court – created a new pre-trial arraignment protocol that allows individuals to remain in their communities before appearing in court, said Ysabel Jurado, a community lawyer and candidate for LA City Council District 14.
This post was updated Oct. 31 at 11:18 p.m.
A report published Tuesday found that restaurant workers in Koreatown, Los Angeles, struggle with low wages, housing risks and weak labor policies.
UCLA researchers received a $1 million grant to develop a new method for identifying air particulates, which may be useful in combating climate change.
The grant, which the researchers received from the National Science Foundation in August, is part of a larger series of funding to promote quantum technology and research, according to the NSF.
Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass hosted her first telephone town hall in the position Sept. 26.
The town hall, which was attended by nearly 2,000 people, focused on issues including homelessness, housing and safety, and Bass responded to questions submitted by residents across LA.
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