Feds Drop Rule Requiring International Students To Leave U.S. If Schools Remain Online OnlyThe decision was announced at the start of a hearing in a federal lawsuit in Boston. U.S. District Judge Allison Burroughs said federal immigration authorities agreed to pull the July 6 directive and “return to the status quo.”
Employees At Silver Lake Whole Foods Store Contract CoronavirusIn May, an employee from a Whole Foods store in Pasadena died after contracting coronavirus.
Shaq Aids Stranded Motorist, Fist Bumps Sheriff's Deputies In Dash Cam VideoA woman whose car was left stranded along a Florida interstate when her tire blew out got a little unexpected help from former Los Angeles Lakers star Shaquille O’Neal.
Retailers Can't Spare Change Amid Nationwide Coin ShortageRetailers like Ralphs and Walmart are no longer giving change to customers due to a “significant coin shortage” across the U.S.
Santa Ana Unified To Open School Year Entirely OnlineThe decision seems to be in stark opposition to the Orange County Board of Education, which voted controversially to allow schools to reopen next month with in-person instruction.
All 11 LA Pro Teams Come Together To Form Social Justice CoalitionThe coalition will look to tackle problems such as access to afterschool sports and intramural programs, budget challenges and low coach pay.
2 Horses Die After Being Injured In Races At Los Alamitos TrackTacy, a 5-year-old mare, and 2-year-old Alltime Favorite are the latest racehorse deaths at the Los Alamitos Race Course this year.
'This Isn't Pacoima, It Looks Like S---': Canyon Country Business Owner Caught On Video Harassing Fruit VendorThe unidentified business owner approached the La Palma Fresh Fruit stand and laid into him for doing business in Canyon Country.
'It Has Everything To Do With The Politics Of Humanity': Natasha Ward On BET's 'The Oval' & Tyler PerryThe actor discusses her experience on the hit Tyler Perry series and previews what fans can expect from the season finale.
Small Brush Fire Erupts In Beverly Crest, Power Lines DownThere were reports of a transformer explosion prior to the fire.
DOJ Revokes LAPD Access To CalGang Database After Gang Framing ScandalThree LAPD officers were charged last week with falsifying records in order to wrongly frame people as gang members even though they were not.
LA Archdiocese Halts Indoor Masses In Response To Governor’s OrderOutdoor masses and liturgical services, confessions, first communions, confirmations, funerals and weddings may continue to be held outdoors on parish grounds, however.