Northridge Church Seeking Relief From Massive DWP Bill That's 60 Times Their Normal AmountDistrict 12 Los Angeles City Councilmember John Lee's office said they're investigating the bill dispute.
EDD To Undergo Audit After Reports Of Letters Addressed To Dozens Of People Arriving At Homes Listed For SaleEDD said anyone who receives a letter not meant for them should return it to the department and file a fraud report online.
Small Businesses In LA County Can Now Apply For Grants From $98M Regional COVID FundApplications for the grant program can be completed online through Friday.
Unemployment Insurance Scammers Targeting Unoccupied HomesBut one local woman says she’s getting dozens and dozens of claim letters being sent to her vacant home.
Families Of Children With Special Needs Struggle To Adjust To Distance Learning, Lack Of Health ServicesIt’s a trying time for families with young children, but families of children with special needs feel especially hard hit with both remote learning and most health services online.
2 On Your Side: Interest Rates Are At Historic Lows, But Can People Whose Home Loans Have Been Put In Forbearance Refinance?Walter Neil, president of Franklin Loan Center said homeowners can choose from four different options for paying back their missed mortgage payments, but each option comes with its own set of consequences.
Pediatricians Seeing Vaccination Rates Plunge As Moms Wary Of Bringing Infants, Kids To HospitalsBoth UCLA and CHLA insist it's safe to bring in a baby or child for vaccinations.
'We Can't Gamble With People's Lives': Lawmakers Grill EDD Director Over Ongoing BacklogsEDD Director Sharon Hilliard said that while there are more than 1 million pending claims, she believes that only about 250,000 of the people who filed are actually eligible for benefits
Group Of OC Parents Out Over $600K After Class Trip Organizers Cancel, File For Chapter 7 BankruptcyCombined, the families said they are out hundreds of thousands of dollars after paying San Diego-based travel company L.E.A.D. USA to send their middle schoolers on a class trip.
Stage 4 Employees Working In Live Entertainment Concerned About Losing Extra $600 On Unemployment ChecksStage 4 workers in California who work arenas and concert venues will be the last to return to the stage during the coronavirus shutdown.
Local Businesses Transform Into 'Learning Pods' For Young StudentsWith many local businesses still unable to operate due to the governor's orders, some have found creative ways to keep their doors open.
LA Health Officials Say Students Will Likely Not Return To On-Campus Instruction In AugustIt is still unclear what the upcoming school year will look like, but Los Angeles County Health Director Barbara Ferrer said it is likely students will not return to on-campus instruction in August.
'It's Not Fair': Local Charter Schools Receive Millions In PPP Loans As Area Districts Struggle To Find Money To Reopen SafelySeveral local private schools also received PPP funding, including some of which charge upwards of $30,000 in tuition.
'Absolutely Unacceptable': California Lawmaker Calls For Audit Of EDD While Many Wait For BenefitsOut of 1.5 million calls placed to EDD in one week of May — 600,000 of which were unique calls — only 150,000 people were able to speak with a person at EDD.
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.