In-N-Out Burger Appears Defiant As Enforcement Of LA's Proof Of Vaccination Requirement For Indoor Dining BeginsFailure to confirm proof of customer vaccination for indoor dinning can result in fines of up to $5,000.
Exclusive: Is In-N-Out Burger Following Local Proof Of Vaccine Rules After Facing Fines In NorCal?After refusing to comply with COVID-19 protocols in San Francisco and shutting it's only location, it is unclear if the In-N-Out Burger will comply with the LA's sweeping mandate requiring vaccine verification from all customers who go inside the restaurant.
City Of LA Residents React To Upcoming Vaccine MandateThe city of Los Angeles’ new vaccine mandate will begin Monday, requiring customers to be vaccinated in order to patronize indoor businesses.
LA City To Require Proof Of Full Vaccination At Many Indoor Spaces Beginning MondayStarting Monday, restaurants, coffee shops, gyms, movie theaters, spas and salons will require proof of full vaccination in the City of Los Angeles.
Despite Statewide Eviction Moratorium Expiration, City Leaders And Activists Insist LA Renters Are ProtectedThe City Council has extended the COVID-19 state of emergency until the end of the month, which means tenants are protected under the local moratorium until at least a year after it expires.
LA City Parks Offering Free Grab-And-Go Lunches For Children, Teens Through August 9The City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks will be providing free lunch for children up to 18 years old from June 14 to August 9.
LA Facing $550M Revenue Shortfall On Sharp Declines In Transient, Parking Occupancy TaxesThe city is expected to have a $550 million revenue shortfall by the end of the fiscal year even as revenues could rebound during the next fiscal year, officials said Monday.
Grocers Study: Extra Pay Mandates To Raise Prices $400 Annually For FamiliesA California grocers trade group is warning prices in Los Angeles could soar higher if such a plan is adopted.
LA City Councilman Introduces Motion For Memorial Honoring COVID VictimsLos Angeles City Councilman Paul Koretz introduced a motion Wednesday to have the city begin work on a memorial for the victims of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus: County Increases Testing Capacity, City To Offer Financial Aid To BusinessesThe Los Angeles County Department of Public Health said the peak of the coronavirus pandemic could come in about a month, but admitted that's just an estimate, as cases continued to add up.
Goldstein Investigation: $1.3M Paving Machine Homeless Man Was Using For Shelter Back On The Road After CBS2 ReportA barely-used, $1.3 million paving machine that a homeless man had been using as shelter was back on the road Friday, just days after a CBS2 News' report.
LA To Pay Out Over $3M In Latest Broken Sidewalk SettlementsLast year, the city paid out nearly $20 million in cases involving L.A.'s uneven and broken sidewalks.
Cartoonish Job Ad For Graphics Designer Goes ViralA job ad for a graphics designer for the City of Los Angeles ironically looks like it was designed by a child using a computer for the first time – and the combination has drawn a lot of attention.
Los Angeles Joins Immigration Lawsuit Over Granting Detention Access To FedsLos Angeles is seeking to join a lawsuit by San Francisco over immigration restrictions placed on a major federal grant by the Trump administration.
Audit Finds Domestic Violence Programs To Be Underfunded, Inconsistent In LAAn audit released on Thursday found domestic violence programs were underfunded and inconsistent across city neighborhoods in Los Angeles.