The program’s budget for 2016 was $2.3 million, but a UCLA report estimated that it saved the county about $5.87 million in law enforcement costs last year.
UCLA environmental researchers create comprehensive model to find out how Los Angeles County can reduce its reliance on imported water.
The latest report says GDP growth will exceed 2 percent in the near term but fall below 2 percent in 2019.
The initiative is “an excellent opportunity for UCLA Dentistry to further engage the Los Angeles community and improve oral health care for generations to come,” said the school’s dean, Dr. Paul Krebsbach.
The 83-year-old’s work destroying household objects and creating sculpture from the detritus created sharp commentaries on global conflict, consumerism and nuclear war.
Despite initiatives launched by community groups, foundations and government agencies, unemployment and poverty have worsened in most areas of South Los Angeles.
New state and local policies promoting energy use transparency, public transit funding and sustainable development make researchers are optimistic for improvement.
Offering an eye exam for people with diabetes in a primary care setting in addition to eye clinics dramatically reduced the length of time people had to wait for the test.
In the coming season, CAP UCLA will present a dozen performances at the Theatre at Ace Hotel.
Second annual Quality of Life Index shows how residents feel about some of the Trump administration’s policies and also includes opinions on traffic, cost of living and gentrification.
Study from UCLA and other research partners suggests more data collections in conjunction with increasing access to immunizations.
UCLA study shows that certified green buildings save 319 million pounds of carbon emissions in Los Angeles per year. Unfortunately, smaller buildings are left behind.
The public school is envisioned as a cornerstone for a rigorous, personalized college-prep education, tailored to the needs of its neighborhood and drawing on expertise from UCLA.
The show marks 10 years of influential research from UCLA’s urban planning and architecture think tank.
Almost half of the fish ordered at Los Angeles-area sushi restaurants turned out to be mislabeled, which has both environmental and public health implications.
New reports show how to add 1.5 million people to the county while preserving the vast majority of the area’s character and staying lower density than Manhattan.
Part of the naming and dedication celebration of the UCLA Alan D. Leve Center for Jewish Studies, the exhibition examines Jewish history in one of L.A.’s most multiethnic neighborhoods.
New website tracks incarceration by neighborhood where the inmate lives and totals how much is spent by community.
A 1964 interview with Martin Luther King Jr. is one of many historical moments from KTLA-TV in a new online portal created by the UCLA Film and Television Archive.
A new toolkit created by the UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation is designed to help communities navigate paths to improving the areas immediately around the river.
UCLA urban planners create an interactive mapping tool to analyze whether developments near Los Angeles light-rail and subway projects displace people.
In industrial and multi-family housing, the optimism of the past few years continued, according to a survey by the UCLA Anderson Forecast and the Allen Matkins law firm.
Large predatory cats live among us, and they’re closer to human development than you might think.
A new study conducted by researchers in UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs finds decline in giving since 2006 amid urgent and rising need in Los Angeles.
Majority of L.A. tenants favor smoke-free apartments, but 80 percent of units are still not protected
A new public service campaign will inform apartment tenants about the risks of secondhand smoke and provide tools for working with landlords on smoke-free policies.