West Hollywood Implements New Order Requiring Public To Wear Cloth Face CoveringsA new emergency order went into effect this weekend for the city of West Hollywood requiring everyone to wear face cloth coverings when traveling in public.
NY Times Lists 1,000 COVID-19 Victims On Sunday's Front PageSunday's New York Times was an emotional reminder of where we are in the coronavirus pandemic.
Camarillo Premium Outlets Reopen With New Guidelines To Keep Customers SafeThe stores reopened Saturday and will be following comprehensive guidelines to keep customers safe.
Police: Woman Sexually Assaulted At Oxnard Building After Responding To Radio Ad For 'Spiritual Cleansing'Police are looking for more possible victims of a man facing rape charges in Oxnard.
Memorial Day: 'He Told Me We Should Honor Him With Laughter, Not Tears,' Says Mother Of Fallen SoldierYear after year, Gail Johnson has visited the Los Angeles National Cemetery to pay her respects to her son: a fallen soldier. But this weekend, the cemetery was different as American flags were not placed at the graves amid the threat of COVID-19.
LA County Reopening Several Beach Parking Lots For 1st Time In Weeks Los Angeles County Saturday reopened several beach parking lots for the first time in weeks.
Reports Of Paranormal Activity On The Rise During Coronavirus Stay-At-Home OrdersBelievers say they have been subjected to an extra dose of paranormal activity during the coronavirus quarantine.
Gov. Newsom Approves Request To Have Dine-In Services Resume In O.C.Dine-in services can resume at restaurants in Orange County starting Saturday.
Expect To Pay More This Memorial Day For Hamburgers Due To Disruptions In Supply ChainYour Memorial Day hamburgers may cost more this year.
LA Continues To See An Increase In COVID-19 Cases Though County Remains ShutWhite House Coronavirus Task Force Lead Dr. Deborah Birx points out that Los Angeles is still seeing an increase an infections though the county has been shut down.
Pomona City Councilman Arrested On Suspicion Of Possession Of Child PornographyRubio Ramiro Gonzalez, 45, was booked into the jail at LASD San Dimas Station on Thursday and was being held on a bail of $20,000. He bonded out later that day.