Ticketholders To Filipino Festival FAHMfest Find Empty Parking Lot In San PedroTicketholders to a Filipino festival that was supposed to happen over the weekend are calling it the newest “Fyre Festival” after it was canceled without any notice to people who paid for tickets.
Lakers Lose To Warriors 121-114In the first game of the 2021-2022 season, the Golden State Warriors defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 121-114.
One Shot In Beverly Hills Robbery Outside RestaurantOne person was injured in a shooting during a suspected robbery Tuesday night in Beverly Hills, and police were searching for the at-large suspect's vehicle.
Shipping Container Crushes Car in WilmingtonThe container fell over and crushed a black 2008 Honda Accord parked on the side of the street. There was no one in the sedan when it was crushed.
Road Rage Suspect Taken Into Custody Following PursuitA road rage suspect was taken into custody in Willowbrook following a pursuit with authorities spanning several cities.
LA City Council Presented With Motion To Suspend Ridley-ThomasCouncil President Nury Martinez introduced the motion and councilman Mitch O’Farrell seconded the motion. The vote for suspension is scheduled for 11:15 a.m. on Wednesday.
VA Provides Veterans Experiencing Homelessness With Showers, Meals At Mini Tent CityA mini tent city outside the Veterans Affairs building on the Westside is serving as a transitional place for homeless veterans.
Gov. Newsom Extends Drought Emergency Declaration StatewideGov. Gavin Newsom has extended his drought emergency declaration statewide, now wrapping in the counties of Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Diego, San Bernardino, Ventura, Imperial and San Francisco.
New Parking Structure Opens At LAXThere are now more parking options at LAX.
Dodgers Beat Braves Overcoming Three-Run DeficitDodgers beat the Braves after being down three runs through the 8th inning.
LA City Workers May Get Two Extra Months To Comply With Vaccine MandateL.A. city workers may get an extra two months to comply with their vaccine mandate, following a new proposal by the city administrative officer.
Deputy-Involved Shooting in RosemeadAll deputies involved are accounted for. Los Angeles County Fire Department transported the male suspect to a hospital. His condition is unknown.
Hollywood Bowl Announces Change in Ticket Prices For 2022 SeasonThe L.A. County Board of Supervisors has announced changes in ticket pricing heading into the 2022 Hollywood Bowl season.
Barbra Streisand Institute To Open At UCLABarbra Streisand and UCLA have partnered once again, this time to open the Barbra Streisand Institute, a program focused on forward-thinking and tackling societal challenges that face our nation.
IATSE Hollywood Workers Inch Closer To Strike, United Auto Workers Walk OutIATSE, which has 47, 000 of its members based here in Southern California, has been bargaining for months with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, the group which represents all major film and television companies.
Peter Roth, Longtime Hollywood Executive, Receives A Star on The Walk Of FamePeter Roth, former Warner Bros. executive - known for shows such as Happy Days, The X-Files and Two and a Half Men - receives his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Actress Who Appeared On The Bill Cosby Show Files Suit Against ComedianLili Bernard, an actress who appeared on the Bill Cosby show filed a civil lawsuit for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting her during a mentoring session decades ago.
Rolling Stones To Take The Stage At SoFi Stadium ThursdayThe Rolling Stones will take the stage at SoFi Stadium on Friday as part of their "No Filter 2021'' tour.
Supply Chain Issues: 'There Really Are Problems Everywhere,' Even For Small CompaniesExtensive slowdowns all along the supply chain are preventing consumers from buying what they want when they want, suggesting broader problems across the economy.
Fourth Stimulus Check: Can You Expect Another Relief Payment?COVID is still limiting the economic recovery for millions of Americans. Would a fourth stimulus check help?
Child Tax Credit: How To Opt Out Of Monthly PaymentsThe next Child Tax Credit payment is due October 15, but some parents may prefer a lump-sum payment at tax time.
Gun Violence Memorial Set To Open In Exposition ParkFormer Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords plans to unveil a Gun Violence Memorial in Exposition Park on October 18, continuing her national tour to raise awareness about rising gun violence numbers nationwide.
California Recall: Many Voters Ready To Put Recall In Rearview MirrorOn the eve of Election Day, many voters have already mailed in their ballots. While a few polls give Governor Newsom a double-digit lead, some are hoping Tuesday brings a change they feel the state needs.
Biden Puts Power of Presidency on Display Ahead of California RecallHe wants Californians to view leading Republican challenger Larry Elder as a ‘Donald Trump clone.’
Fauci: Fully Vaccinated Adults Can Safely Gather With Kids For The HolidaysEven though coronavirus pandemic remains a fact of life, the holidays could feel a little more celebratory this year now that more than half of the country has been fully vaccinated.
Scent-Free Hand Sanitizer From Gardena-Based Artnaturals Found To Have Cancer-Causing ChemicalsCertain artnatural scent-free hand sanitizer labeled with “DIST. By artnaturals Gardena, CA 90248” have been found to have unacceptable levels of benzene, acetaldehyde, and acetal contaminants, the FDA said in a warning issued this week.
Coppertone Recalls 5 Spray Sunscreens Detected To Contain BenzeneThe recall applies to five of Coppertone’s aerosol spray sunscreens, including Pure & Simple SPF 50, Pure & Simple Kids SPF 50, Pure & Simple Baby SPF 50, Sport Mineral SPF 50, and a travel size Sport Spray SPF 50. The sunscreens were sold across the U.S. at various retailers.
Inside the financial struggles caused by the coronavirus pandemicA record number of Americans filed for unemployment last week as millions feel the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Jericka Duncan speaks to a few of these everyday Americans who lost their jobs due to the pandemic, talking to them about how they their families, and their colleagues are dealing with financial struggles and the uncertainty of their own careers.
Trump at odds with U.S. governors on end to pandemic precautionsAs the Trump administration's 15-day "slow the spread" initiative comes to an end on Monday, the president told governors that he is planning to categorize every county in America as high, medium or low risk as part of his push to reopen the economy sooner. The goal was met with resistance by medical experts as well as an increasing number of governors who are issuing shelter-in-place or stay-at-home orders as the virus spreads. Paula Reid reports on how the administration is dealing with the outbreak from the White House.
Husband charged with killing wife who disappeared in January"This is a surprise to me since they have no proof Maya is dead, and I believe she is still alive," Millete's attorney said.
Former CIA analyst David McCloskey on Syria conflictMichael Morell talks with former CIA analyst David McCloskey about how policy decisions made during the Obama administration paved the way for realities on the ground today.
Scenes of "catastrophe" as New York hospitals battle coronavirusCoronavirus hospitalizations jumped 40% in New York state on Thursday, making doctors and nurses on the front lines fear for their safety as hospitals begin to fill. Emergency workers also say they are stretched thin, with the added risk of infection threatening to further lower their numbers. David Begnaud looks at two New York hospitals to hear from medical workers who are describing the scene they are dealing with.
Woman creates "Feed the Fight" to deliver meals to hospital and medical centersIn Washington, D.C., one woman with an idea is helping workers in two different industries. Norah O'Donnell reports.
Russia brings back COVID restrictions amid record daily death tollsWhile vaccines are readily available, uptake has remained stubbornly low, due in large part to public mistrust. For the 1st time, the Kremlin is accepting some responsibility for that.
More states report high coronavirus cases as Senate details economic relief packageCoronavirus cases in the U.S. now total at least 63,000 and nearly 900 people have died. Meanwhile, we're getting our first look at the $2 trillion relief package and the specifics on what help may be coming to workers and families. Meg Oliver has the latest.
Prince Charles tests positive for coronavirusThe coronavirus pandemic has struck Britain's royal family -- infecting 71-year-old Prince Charles -- who is next in line to the throne. Roxana Saberi reports.
Prince Charles self-isolating after coronavirus diagnosisQueen Elizabeth II's eldest son was diagnosed with coronavirus after being tested on Monday. Prince Charles' office announced the senior royal was only experiencing mild symptoms, and was not bedridden while he was self-isolating with the Duchess of Cornwall on their royal estate in Scotland. The prince's spokesperson said it was not possible to know how he caught the virus, though his last public engagements were two weeks prior. Roxana Saberi reports on the new development.
Prince Charles tests positive for coronavirusPrince Charles, son of Queen Elizabeth II, is displaying "mild" coronavirus symptoms but remains in good health, according to a statement from Clarence House. The 71-year-old Prince of Wales is self-isolating with his wife, who tested negative, in Scotland.
Increase in demand for drugs to treat coronavirus leads to shortagesAn increase in requests for drugs that could help treat coronavirus has led to a shortage for others who normally rely on the medications. Those with the autoimmune disease Lupus have been hit particularly hard. Carter Evans reports.