The smaller the town, the harder it can be to find a safe haven.
Community & Public Health
As the tide of the virus and COVID regulations has faded over the past year, residents have been left to grapple with its enduring trials — some more than others.
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.
Exploring the challenges faced by Black boys in one Indianapolis neighborhood struggling with chronic disparities and racism.
The Central Valley is a hotspot of low adult literacy. A fresh look at the data could help us understand where the problem is most acute and boost efforts to adress it.
Why aren't homeless individuals with PTSD and other mental health conditions getting the vital services they need?
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.
A reporter's dive into the data will help shed light on the public health impact and explore potential solutions.
A new data project will seek to provide fresh answers to that question.