Evening Update Weds Sept. 30


A homeless man sleeps on the Main Street bridge in downtown Los Angeles. (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)

Wahid Lodin

  • The city of Los Angeles plans to spend more than 100-Million dollars in an effort to lower the number of people who are homeless.
  • The drought in California may persist due to increasing temperatures and less moisture from plants and soil.
  • Colleges are taking steps to improve the way that sexual assaults are reported.
  • Home prices in Arizona are soaring and the Obama administration is promoting plans to lower mortgage insurance premiums.
  • A survey concludes there is a wall of separation between male members of Congress and their female staffers.

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