College Quarantine Plans Adapting With PandemicAs more college students head back to college campuses, more contingency plans are in place in case students, faculty or staff test positive for COVID-19.
LAUSD Teachers Open Up In Virtual Town Hall About Returning To In-Person LearningWith Los Angeles Unified School District going back into full-day, in-person instruction for the first time since March 2020, teachers are expressing their thoughts about how the district is handling the coronavirus pandemic as the highly contagious Delta variant continues to spread.
Teens Rush To Take Spots In Jobs As Pandemic Openings LingerMany teens are jumping into the workforce just as employers are searching for people to fill spots left empty by workers who quit or lost their jobs during the pandemic.
Worker Shortages Impacting Businesses Across Southland And NationwideBusiness owners are trying to recruit employees as some workers have decided they will not work until wages are higher.
California's June 15 Economic Reopening Has Many Residents Rejoicing, While Others Say They're WorriedWith Tuesday, June 15, only two days away, many Californians are cheering, but mixed in with excited southland residents are those that plan to take a more cautious approach to personal COVID-19 safety protocols.
New Cal-OSHA Guidelines Say Workers Can Go Maskless If Everyone Else In Workplace Is VaccinatedCal-OSHA votes to allow workers to go without masks as long as all other employees in the room are vaccinated, guidelines that are still more restrictive than recommendations by the CDC.
Mimosa, Margarita Tops List Of Most Popular Quarantine Cocktails; California Searches For PalomaIt's no secret Americans have consumed more alcohol during the pandemic - but which is their go-to drink?
Biden Directs All States To Make All Adults Eligible For COVID-19 Vaccine By May 1President Joe Biden set a goal of July 4 to "get closer to normal" in reopening the country in his first prime-time address on Thursday night.
COVID Clouds Travel Plans For Presidents' Day, Lunar New Year HolidaysAnother warning from health officials for people to avoid traveling this holiday weekend - and the travel forecast doesn’t look much better for the summer when new restrictions may be put in place.
Newsom: Potential COVID Vaccines To Be Reviewed By State Panel; ‘We Will Not Take Someone’s Word For It’Preparing for the next step in the battle with COVID-19, Governor Gavin Newson Monday unveiled the framework for a massive statewide vaccine distribution network.
Murder Trial Of Robert Durst May Not Resume Until April 2021 Due To PandemicThe murder trial of New York real estate heir Robert Durst may not resume until April of 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
OC Fair Goes Virtual Due To COVID-19 PandemicThe Orange County Fair's in-person event has been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.