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.
Monrovia High School To Hold Physically Distant In-Person Graduation CeremonyMonrovia High School seniors will get to graduate in person, thanks to the persistence of their principal and school board president.
Manhattan Beach Seeks To Fully Reopen Small Retailers For Memorial Day Weekend: 'Huge Losses, Crushing Debt'Small business owners “are faced with excruciating choices as they experience huge losses in income, unpaid bills, crushing debt and increasing hopelessness with each day that their businesses are not allowed to fully reopen.”
'Arbitrary And Heavy-Handed': DOJ Warns City, County Against Ongoing Stay-At-Home OrdersThe city and county Safer at Home orders went into effect March 19 and have been extended twice, most recently without an end date specified.
Trump Announces Houses Of Worship Will Be Deemed 'Essential Services'President Trump announced Friday afternoon that his administration would declare houses of worship "essential services," allowing them to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Former Chargers Quarterback Ryan Leaf Arrested On Suspicion Of Domestic BatteryLeaf is being held on $5,000 bail and is due in court Wednesday.
Coronavirus: San Bernardino, Ventura Counties Report Additional DeathsAs of Friday, San Bernardino County had tested 47,909 patients, and Ventura County had tested 22,685.
Joshua Tree National Park Prepares For Large Crowds Over Memorial Day WeekendWorkers at Joshua Park National Park say they are ready for the crowds expected to visit the park over Memorial Day Weekend.
Garcetti: City Parking Lots At Beaches Reopen, Slow Streets Program Expanding, Car Parades AllowedMayor Eric Garcetti Friday announced the city was taking additional steps toward reopening ahead of the Memorial Day weekend in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Santa Ana Police Release Video Of 7-Eleven Stabbing Attack, Suspects At LargePolice said the attack happened last Sunday in the middle of the afternoon at a 7-Eleven located on the corner of Tustin Avenue and 17th Street. 
Man Finally Receives Unemployment Benefits After Calling EDD Thousands Of Times, Emailing Labor SecretaryOne morning, in a two-hour period, Mike Hardy of San Pedro said he called EDD nearly 400 times and has the screenshots to prove it.
California DMV Extends Expiring Drivers Licenses Through JulyTo allow residents to avoid visiting a DMV office during the COVID-19 pandemic, the extensions will automatically be extended to eligible drivers.
LAPD Reports 115 Employees Have Tested Positive For COVID-19 Since Pandemic Began, 73 Have RecoveredAs of Friday, 73 LAPD employees have recovered and returned to work, and one remains hospitalized, according to Emergency Operations Center's Jessica Kellogg.
LA County Reopens Indoor Mall Stores, Several Beach Parking LotsParking lots and bike paths at several state beaches can reopen, including Dockweiler State Beach, Will Rogers State Beach, Zuma Beach and Surfrider Beach.
Judge Extends Order To Relocate Homeless People Living Near LA FreewaysThe ruling came as part of settlement talks in a lawsuit filed in March by the L.A. Alliance for Human Rights that accused the city and county of Los Angeles of not doing enough to address the homeless problem downtown, especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.