A marketplace for shoplifted goods, a concentration of dealers and open air drug use has pushed MacArthur Park to an epicenter of an epidemic.
For people experiencing homelessness, fentanyl is both a tool of survival and a cause of destruction making quitting feel impossible, yet imperative.
There is little public information on where overdose deaths are taking place and who is dying in L.A. A new data project will seek to remedy that.
Mom and pop shops suffer from spike in shoplifting. Residents feel unsafe near the park, where overdoses and deaths are common.
In the center of a crisis, seeds of hope emerge. Grassroots efforts connect people to live-saving resources, but much more is needed.
How to help address the fentanyl and homelessness crisis in LA's MacArthur Park.
San Francisco isn’t doing enough to meet its housing need, according to health experts.
Meet West Oakland Punks with Lunch, a group that's been providing sandwiches, cookies, syringes, and lifesaving services for unhoused residents in the community.
Supervisor Matt Dorsey received backlash this month for asking the mayor to redirect the entire $18.9 million in city funding budgeted for a new drop-in addiction treatment center toward jails instead.