LA County Considers Letting Restaurants Add 'COVID-19 Recovery Fee' To Dine-In OrdersL.A. County is considering allowing restaurants, breweries and wineries in unincorporated areas of the county to add a "COVID-19 recovery fee" to bills of dine-in customers.
Court Officials Warn Of Jury Duty Email Scam Threatening ResidentsLos Angeles County residents were warned Friday about an email scam threatening fines if they don't appear in federal court for jury duty.
In-Person Voting Opens At 118 Locations Saturday Including Staples Center, ForumStaples Center is one of the 118 voting locations in L.A. County that will officially open Saturday and the county has made many changes to make sure voters feel safe.
Majority Of LA Protests Against Police Killings Were Peaceful, LAPD ReportsAccording to the L.A. Times, LAPD Chief Michel Moore first announced the findings during a Tuesday Police Commission meeting.
Personal Care Services Reopen For Indoor Operations In LA CountyPersonal care services in L.A. County had the green light to reopen on Friday, after the state lifted restrictions that allowed individual counties to permit tattoo shops, massage businesses and other personal service providers to re-open indoors.
4 LA County Schools Cleared To Offer In-Person Classes For Youngest StudentsFour schools in Los Angeles County have been granted waivers to resume in-person instruction for students in pre-kindergarten through second grade.
LA County Reports 713 New COVID-19 Cases, Says Technical Glitch Causing Low CountLast week, the county had been reported four-digit daily case increases. Officials said the numbers have dropped drastically this week due to a technical glitch with "data reporting systems."
Red Flag Warning Issued For LA, Orange CountiesA red flag warning signifying a high risk of wildfire was in effect in parts of Los Angeles and Orange counties Friday, the final day of the region's latest heat wave.
Normal Parking Enforcement To Resume In LA ThursdayThe city will resume parking enforcement and impounds when applicable for street cleaning, abandoned vehicles, oversize and overnight restrictions, peak-hour and anti-gridlock zones, and expired vehicle registration.
LA County Reports 1,280 New COVID-19 Cases; Officials Closely Monitoring Numbers Following SpikeLos Angeles County health officials said Thursday that they will be closely monitoring the daily COVID-19 case numbers in hopes that Wednesday's spike does not become a trend.
LA County Reports Highest Single-Day Spike Of New COVID-19 Cases In 6 WeeksWith 1,645 new cases, the county's total number of cases has reached 277,445. An additional 30 fatalities were also reported, bringing the death toll to 6,709.
Multiple Westfield Shopping Centers Reopen Indoors Operations At Limited CapacityThe shopping centers will be open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m., and Sunday 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
LA County Schools Can Apply For Waivers To Teach Pre-K Through Second-Grade Students In PersonSchools can apply starting on Tuesday for a waiver that allows them to resume in-person classes for Pre-K through second-grade students.
9 LA County, 5 Orange County Schools Receive National Blue Ribbon HonorsNine schools in Los Angeles County and five in Orange County were named National Blue Ribbon Schools Thursday.
LA County Reports 13 More Coronavirus-Related Deaths, 1,343 New CasesDaily case rates have risen over the past four days, which is likely due to the reopening of testing sites and an increase in the number of people being tested, according to the public health department.