Several Orange County Cities Announce Beach Closures For Fourth Of JulyOrange County is rolling back some of its reopening plans over concerns about rising coronavirus cases.
West Hollywood Sheriff's Station To Start Citing People Not Wearing Face CoveringsThe first offense will come with a $250 fine, the second offense with a $1,000 fine and the third a $2,000 fine. If caught a fourth time without a mask, the person will be hit with a $5,000 fine.
Menifee's New Police Department On Patrol As Station Officially OpensThe city previously contracted with the Riverside County Sheriff's Department for law enforcement, but said having its own police department was expected to be more cost effective.
YMCA Summer Camps Begin To Reopen With A Much Different LookThe North Valley YMCA launched its summer camp this week but with major modifications to follow health guidelines.
Suspect Arrested For Attempted Murder Of LAPD Officers, Being Held On $1M BailLAPD said in a statement on Wednesday that they were responding to a call of an assault with a deadly weapon at 111th Street and Towne Avenue on June 25 when a suspect opened fire during a foot pursuit.
Violence Against Transgender People Sparks Renewed Calls For JusticeLos Angeles LGBTQ+ activists are pushing to bring attention to violence against transgender and gender non-conforming people across the city and the country.
Crews Battle Brush Fire In Angeles National Forest Near Agua DulceCrews worked Wednesday to contain a fast-moving brush fire in the Angeles National Forest area.
Riverside, San Bernardino Counties Report Additional Coronavirus Deaths, Ventura Reports New CasesAs of Wednesday evening, 237,919 Riverside County residents, 146,306 San Bernardino County residents and 64,047 Ventura County residents had been tested.
276 LAPD Employees Have Tested Positive For CoronavirusNine additional Los Angeles Police Department employees have tested positive for COVID-19 as of Wednesday, officials said, which brings the department's total to 276 cases.
'20-Under Might Not Win It If Greens Are Soft', Says Nick Faldo On Rocket Mortgage ClassicDetroit Golf Club yielded plenty of low scores in the Rocket Mortgage Classic debut last year, even as Nate Lashley ran away with the trophy.
LAFC The Favorite To Win MLS Is Back TournamentFollowing an historic 2019 season and a strong start to 2020, LAFC is the oddsmakers favorite to win the MLS Is Back tournament kicking off next week.
Detroit Golf Club Profile: Historic Course Faces Modern Game At Rocket Mortgage ClassicDetroit Golf Club dates back to the late 19th century, but the classic course, home to the Rocket Mortgage Classic, has hosted just one previous PGA Tour event.
7-Year-Old Boy Throws A Prom For His Nanny: 'One Of The Best People I've Known'A teenage girl in North Carolina who couldn't attend her high school prom because of the coronavirus outbreak still got a special bash thrown just for her -- by a seven-year-old boy that she babysits.
Teens Raise $11,000 For Supplies To Help Navajo Nation During Coronavirus PandemicA group of teenagers in Phoenix raised more than $11,000 in three weeks for supplies to aid the Navajo Nation during the coronavirus pandemic.
Police Chief: Officers Who 'Don’t Have An Issue' With Floyd Arrest Should Turn In BadgesChattanooga Police Chief David Roddy is taking a strong stand on the death of an African-American man at the hands of law enforcement officers in Minneapolis.
States Reverse Course On Reopening As Coronavirus Cases, Hospitalizations SurgeFrom California to Florida, states across the nation have started reversing course on reopening plans as the number of newly confirmed coronavirus cases spikes and hospitalizations continue to grow.
Crews Battle Brush Fire Near Agua DulceThe Rowher Fire, located west of Agua Dulce, burned at least 400 acres in a sparsely populated area near Sierra Highway in Agua Dulce, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
Menifee's New Police Department On Patrol As Station Officially OpensA new police station opened Wednesday in Menifee after one year of construction, bringing in a new era of law enforcement in the city.
LA County Orders Closure Of Some Indoor Businesses, Reports More Than 2,000 New COVID-19 CasesLos Angeles County health officials reported more than 2,000 newly confirmed coronavirus cases Wednesday for the fourth consecutive day.
Americafest Going Virtual For Annual July 4th CelebrationCelebrating the Fourth of July at Americafest has become an annual tradition for many Southland families over its nearly 100-year run, but this year's event will look a little different due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Crews Battling Brush Fire In Angeles National Forest Near Agua DulceCrews worked Wednesday to contain a fast-moving brush fire in the Angeles National Forest area.
Family Gatherings 'Biggest Concern' For Newsom Over Fourth Of July WeekendCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom says health officials will be taking a closer look at tougher social distancing measures for the upcoming Fourth of July weekend.
Southland Counties Back Off Reopening Plans As Coronavirus Cases, Hospitalizations RiseVentura County ordered beaches closed for the Fourth of July weekend and San Bernardino County officials voted to close bars, breweries and brewpubs come Friday if the number of new cases and hospitalizations continued to grow over the coming days.
Hollywood Plans To Begin Productions Under Strict GuidelinesHundreds of thousands of film and TV workers in LA are vying to get back to work, once productions establish new guidelines for operating during COVID-19.
Quarantine Cooking: Your Essential Nonstick Cookware GuideStep up your quarantine cooking with this guide to nonstick cookware.
How To: 6 Easy Steps To Make Homemade Soft PretzelsLearn how to make your own homemade soft pretzels with these six easy steps!
5 Vodka Sauce Recipes To Try This WeekAnd would you miss it if it wasn't there?
Irvine's Top 3 Convenience StoresLooking to explore the top convenience stores in town?
The 4 Best Barbecue Spots In IrvineIn search of a new favorite barbecue stop? Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top restaurants serving such fare around Irvine, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of the best spots to venture next time you're on the hunt.
Anaheim's Top 4 Traditional American SpotsHoodline crunched the numbers to find the top spots serving such fare around Anaheim, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to venture to satisfy your appetite.
LA County Registrar: 'All Hands On Deck' To Address Voting Machine Issues Before NovemberThe Los Angeles County Registrar's Office is promising changes after a David Goldstein investigation last year criticized their new election machines.
Goldstein Investigates: EDD Worker Says Phone Agents Lack Training, SupportThe state said because of record unemployment and low staffing, the department has had to bring in almost 5,000 temporary employees to handle the increase in volume, likening the process to building a plane in midair.
2 On Your Side: Turbulence Over Flight RefundsWith thousands of cancelled flights, airlines are strapped for cash - and some passengers are having trouble getting refunds.
VIDEO: Long Beach Street Vendor BeatenAuthorities are looking for two armed men who robbed and assaulted a street vendor Monday afternoon in Long Beach, an attack which was caught on security video.
LA County Renters' Relief Program VoteMillions in rent relief was approved by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
CA Home Sales Report Amid PandemicTroy Palmquist discusses CA's home sales falling to lowest level since the Great Recession and the future of LA's housing market.
'Public Safety is More Than Law Enforcement'LA City Council President Nury Martinez discusses a proposal she's co-authoring that would redirect up to 150 million from LAPD to build historically underserved communities
Expert Discusses Dreams Amid PandemicWriter of Pandemic Dream, Deirdre Barrett, gives an update on how the pandemic has impacted individuals' dreams and sleep.
Student Actor Talks About Virtual Music ExperienceMiracle Project student actor, Nick Guzman, shares what it was like to be a part of the first virtual musical.
Non-Profit Helps the Homeless During PandemicFounder of beauty2thestreetz, Shirley Raines, discusses what it's been like being on the front lines helping the homeless during the pandemic.
Local Organization Creates First Virtual MusicalMiracle Project founder, Elaine Hall, discusses premiere of first virtual musical and how COVID-19 is changing the arts and entertainment industry.
Supreme Court Blocks Proposal to End DACAJason Whitehead from CSULB discusses US Supreme Court ruling on rescinding DACA.