Californians Concerned As Coronavirus Unemployment Benefits Are Set To ExpireMillions of Californians have been out of work for months due to the coronavirus pandemic and now many are bracing for the expiration of their unemployment benefits.
LA Renters Relief Program Starts Taking Applications MondayA city relief program aimed at helping renters in the city of Los Angeles who have been struggling financially due to the coronavirus pandemic begins accepting applications on Monday.
What Might A Second Stimulus Payment Look Like For You?A second stimulus payment grows more likely by the day, with coronavirus surging and the fate of the economy hanging in the balance.
Culver City Receives $6.6 Million To Fund Bus Services During Coronavirus PandemicCulver City will receive $6.6 million to help fund its bus services as part of coronavirus relief efforts, officials announced.
California Sues Over Rule That Would Divert Millions From CARES Act Toward Private SchoolsSecretary of Education Betsy DeVos issued a rule last month that critics say would divert hundreds of millions of aid from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, or CARES Act, to private school students.
FCC Approves Over $1M In Funding For Several Los Angeles Area Telehealth ProvidersThe FCC approved funds on Wednesday for four LA-area health care programs to offer telehealth services, which allow for remote physical and mental health treatment during the coronavirus pandemic.
Private Jet Company Reportedly Receives $27M Grant From CARES ActClay Lacy Aviation, a private jet company operating out of Van Nuys Airport, has reportedly received a $27 million grant through the CARES Act.
Coronavirus: LA-Area Woman Sues Trump After Being Denied Stimulus Payment Over Husband's Immigration StatusThe lawsuit is seeking a declaration that the CARES Act regulation that prohibits stimulus checks to more than 1.2 million Americans married to immigrants who lack Social Security numbers is unconstitutional.