Community Groups Support 16 Northridge Families After Fire Destroys Apartment BuildingsThe families lost their homes and belongings in the flames, which the city of L.A. says was started by illegal fireworks on July 4th. 
SoCal Experienced Worst Air Quality In A Decade Over July 4th WeekendThe highest concentrations of particulate matter were detected in Central Los Angeles, North Hollywood and Anaheim.
Father, Son Arrested For Allegedly Igniting Pasadena Garage Fire With Illegal FireworksA 45-year-old man and his 13-year-old son were arrested on Friday and cited for allegedly igniting a garage fire at a Pasadena home with illegal fireworks.
'A Rollercoaster Of Events': SoCal Wineries Grapple With Ever-Changing Reopening Guidelines
Popular Hiking Spot Runyon Canyon Closes For July 4thRunyon Canyon will reopen Sunday, but close at 5 p.m. Trails will resume normal hours Monday.
Orange County Reports 713 Coronavirus Cases, 6 More Deaths As Beaches Prepare To Close For Holiday Weekend
July 4th, 2020: Celebrations, Protests, Social Distance Mark An Independence Day Like None OtherA discussion of July 4th with Louise Stevenson, professor of History and American Studies at Franklin & Marshall College.
Officials Issue Air Quality Advisory Ahead Of July 4th WeekendThe advisory said those with heart or lung disease, older adults and children were at greater risk for adverse effects and should consider reducing or avoiding outdoor physical activity.
Riverside County Releases PSA Calling On Residents To Safely Celebrate July 4th At HomeIn an effort to prevent further spikes in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations, Riverside County is urging people to celebrate the Fourth of July safely at home.
Crowds Likely To Flock To Open Santa Barbara County Beaches Over July 4th WeekendWith the beaches in Los Angeles, Ventura and most of Orange County closed this holiday weekend, that could bring major crowds to Santa Barbara County.
Southland Firefighters Concerned About Increase In Injuries, Wildfires Over July 4th WeekendFire departments across the state are concerned about the increase in people purchasing fireworks — both legal and illegal — to put on their own shows.