LA County Passes 400,000 COVID-19 Cases, Marking Grim MilestoneLos Angeles County reached a grim milestone Monday as health officials reported 5,150 new cases bringing the county's total over 400,000.
Free Drive-Thru Flu Shots Offered In LA County Through Mid-NovemberFree flu shots are being offered at a series of drive-thru clinics throughout Los Angeles County through mid-November.
LA County Allows Retail Stores To Reopen With In-Person Shopping; Asks State To Open Hair Salons, Dining RoomsRetail stores in Los Angeles are able to welcome back customers for in-person shopping beginning Wednesday, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Tuesday.
Coronavirus: Which LA Neighborhoods Are Being Hit The Hardest?Neighborhoods like East Hollywood, Pico-Union and Westlake have four times more deaths compared with the rest of the county.
CBS News: Jim McDonnell Leads In Race For LA County SheriffMcDonnell is running against retired sheriff's lieutenant Alex Villanueva.
LA County, Abusers To Pay Teen Girl Over $45M In Sexual Abuse CaseA jury Thursday found in favor of an El Monte girl whose lawsuit alleged two social workers with DCFS suspected she was being molested but didn't notify the county.
Is This What $585K Looks Like? Low Inventory Sends Median LA County Home Prices Soaring To Record HighSo what exactly can you get for $585,000 in L.A. County right now?
Homicides Drop Significantly In Los Angeles CountyThe number of homicides in the county with more than 10 million residents dropped from 210 killings in 2016 to 167 this year.
Medical Experts Suggest Intubation Procedures Could Help More ChildrenA decision was made in the late 1990s not to allow L.A. County paramedics to use tubes on kids after county officials conducted a landmark and controversial study.
'Don't Be Silent': LA County Officials Appeal To Public In Thwarting Child Sex TraffickingOfficials are hoping to stop a growing worldwide epidemic of child sex trafficking from taking more victims in Los Angeles.
Advocates Say Disabled Often Banned From VotingAt a time when election officials are struggling to convince more Americans to vote, advocates for the disabled say thousands of people with intellectual or developmental disabilities have been systematically denied that basic right in the nation's largest county.
SoCal Residents Worry About Possible Housing Bubble As Prices Climb, Inventory DropsClimbing prices, combined with low inventory, is causing worry for some would-be home buyers, concerned about the possibility of another bubble.
Gas Prices Back On The Climb As Refineries Prepare For Rising TemperaturesAAA says the average price of a gallon of gas now tops $3.93 in L.A. County.
LA County Adopts 'Vicious' Dog OrdinanceThe Board of Supervisors on Tuesday agreed to approve an ordinance giving animal control officers the right to declare a dog "vicious," a designation that can potentially lead to the animal being euthanized.
Lawmakers Approve LA County's First Off-Leash Dog ParkThe Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved funding to develop Los Angeles County's first off-leash area for dogs in a county park.