City to Spend $800,000 on Feral Cat Study

CORRECTION: Our story indicated that if the city enact a program that included elements of a Trap Neuter Return policy, they were mandated by the court to do an Environmental Impact Report (EIR).  In fact,...

CORRECTION: Counterfeit City Signs Removed

An earlier version of this story indicated that the Los Angeles Police Dept. and the Los Angeles Dept. of Transportation were alerted about the fake signs on 5th Street and had the signs removed....

[CORRECTION] City Council Declares Shelter Crisis

CORRECTION: BASED ON INFORMATION GIVEN TO US BY A PATH REPRESENTATIVE, WE INCORRECTLY REPORTED LOS ANGELES CITY COUNCILMEMBER MITCH O’FARRELL CONTRACTED PATH FOR THREE YEARS IN MARCH 2013, BUT ACCORDING TO A REPRESENTATIVE FROM O’FARRELL’S OFFICE,...

2015 SCHOOL GUIDE

CORRECTION: Pilgrim School was incorrectly listed as having 303 students; Pilgrim has 420 students.    This parents’ primer was compiled using information from schools, their websites and LAUSD.net. The list is comprised of elementary and secondary...

Salt and Straw—Packing Them In at Night On the Boulevard

CORRECTION: In our story we state that the Salt and Straw located on Larchmont Blvd employs 45 at their Larchmont Boulevard location. They employ 25 at that location. We regret the error. LARCHMONT BOULEVARD—Elysa...

CORRECTION: Cliquish K-Towners Mixing Happily In Changing Mid-City

Once an insular, strictly ethnic neighborhood where newly arrived South Korean immigrants moved to find better opportunities and build a new life, Koreatown is changing. Today, this neighborhood—with the largest population of Koreans outside of South Korea—is a chaotic, diverse mix of Latinos, Koreans, African-Americans and Bangladeshi’s that’s become one of the more diverse ethnic enclaves in the city.