Incidents reported in the Department of Education’s survey of school districts are probably just the ‘tip of the iceberg,’ he says.
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‘I think it’s going to be a horse race,’ he says of the eight candidates vying for a seat on the powerful Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
The distinguished research professor does the math and determines that the true costs of housing our cars are astronomical.
His extensive research provides context to data showing that nearly one in five students surveyed had contemplated killing themselves.
Communities in L.A.’s urban core are directly in the path of change as the imminent departure of two Chinatown grocery stores illustrates.
Rail, buses and ferries that use separate maps, fares and timetables would be coordinated under a proposed $100-billion transit measure.
After decades of repeated floods, many Staten Island residents affected by Hurricane Sandy were eager to move to higher ground, her research shows.
He takes issue with Trump ‘lecturing’ California and says proposals to build more housing don’t address the root of the problem: income inequality.
Geofencing used to slow or stop scooters helps enforce city codes but also creates confusion among riders.
$3 million contract from the state will help reveal water system risks and solutions