'Very Possible' LA County Sees At Least One Coronavirus Case: Health OfficialThe director of the Department of Public Health said given the number of people traveling between the Southland and China, the county remains prepared to respond to any cases that may emerge.
4 Teens Arrested In SoCal Cell Phone Store Robbery Spree, Fifth Remains At LargeLAPD investigators arrested the four in connection with a series of robberies between Aug. 1 and Dec. 23, 2019.
UCLA Scientists Say New Model Can Prevent Homelessness Before It HappensResearchers at the University of California Los Angeles have developed a groundbreaking model that aims to address the city's homeless crisis by identifying people most in need of help before they fall into homelessness.
County Health, Education Officials To Open Wellbeing Centers For Teenagers At 50 High SchoolsThe effort was prompted by research that suggests youths in LA County schools may lack preventive care at an age when risks of unhealthy behavior is highest.
Report: 25 Percent Of People In LA Are Able To Purchase Median-Priced HomeAccording to a new report, homebuyers need to make at least $127,000 annually to buy a median-priced home in L.A. County.
SoCal Edison Warns Of Potential Power Outages As Winds Expected To ReturnThousands of people across Southern California should be prepared for the possibility of more planned power outages over the next several days as another wind event was forecast to hit the area.
Wildfires Continue To Burn Across Southern California, As Red Flag Warning Remains In EffectThe 2019 wildfire season had been relatively quiet in Southern California until a strong Santa Ana wind event hit the area Oct. 9 sparking a number of brush fires that grew as wind gusts increased and relative humidity decreased.
Saddle Ridge Fire Traffic Update: 5, 210, And 405 Freeways Re-Opened In Both DirectionsCal Trans has announced that I-5, I-210, I-405, and the 118 and 14 freeways are open, as is the northbound 5 truck route.
LA County Supervisors Approve Ban On Flavored Tobacco ProductsThe ordinance will take effect in 30 days. Tobacco retailers will have 180 days after it takes effect to obtain new business licenses and to clear their shelves of flavored tobacco products.
LA County Unveils New Voting Machines, Holds Mock Election Leading Up To March PrimariesAfter 10 years and $100 million, Los Angeles County is ready to unveil its brand new voting system in hopes of bringing more voters to the polls.
First Known Vaping-Related Death Reported In LA CountyPublic health officials on Friday said they are investigating Los Angeles County's first known death of a person associated with the use of e-cigarettes, or vaping.
New Case Of Measles Reported At LAX International TerminalA new case of measles was reported at Los Angeles International Airport.
OIG Report: Deputies Found To Have Assaulted Wives, Driven Under The Influence Remain Employed By LASDDeputies found to have driven more than 100 miles per hour while under the influence, inappropriately touched two girls who were part of the department's Youth Activities League and assaulted there wives are among those who remain employed by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, according to a newly released report.
LA County To Explore Lease Agreements With Motels To House Chronically HomelessA Board of Supervisors proposal to identify at least eight motels countywide that could be leased out as interim housing for chronically homeless individuals is moving forward.
Homeless Population In LA County Jumps By 12 Percent; Nearly 59,000 Living On The StreetsOf that number, almost three-fourths of those people are sleeping in cars, tents and other makeshift shelters, official say.