Coronavirus: San Bernardino County Reopening Parks, Other Recreational AreasStarting Saturday, San Bernardino County is expected to open all county-operated parks, and will allow the opening of city and privately owned parks, lakes, trails and golf courses on a limited scale.
As Weather Heats Up, Health Officials Warn Public To Practice Social DistancingAs this weekend's weather begins to warm, health officials across the region were warning the public to follow social distancing guidelines.
LA Small Businesses Hopeful As Congress Moves To Approve More Emergency Federal FundingAfter not receiving a loan from the initial paycheck protection program funding, many small businesses are hoping for a more successful take two.
Coronavirus: LA County Requests Emergency Hearing Over Project Roomkey After Bell Gardens, Lawndale Tell Hotels To Stop Housing HomelessAccording to the filing in Los Angeles federal court, the county received correspondence from the two cities threatening to interfere with Project Roomkey, an initiative to secure housing at participating hotels and motels for vulnerable populations experiencing homelessness.
Los Angeles County, City Talk Budget Cuts Amid Coronavirus PandemicOne day after Los Angeles County announced it was facing revenue declines in the billions due to the coronavirus pandemic, talk of big cuts to both county and city budgets has begun.
LA County Coronavirus Deaths Reach New Daily High With 55; Mortality Rate Crosses 4 PercentL.A. County saw 399 new coronavirus cases Thursday, bringing its total to 10,844.
Coronavirus: Garcetti Announces Expanded Testing Capacity For Angelenos Experiencing SymptomsTesting capacity within Los Angeles County has expanded to 26 test sites that together have the ability to test more than 9,000 people per day, Mayor Eric Garcetti said Tuesday in his daily briefing.
Model Shows COVID-19 Deaths In California Could Peak Sunday, Garcetti SaysIn his Monday briefing, Mayor Eric Garcetti said one model shows California could see its peak in coronavirus-related hospitalizations Friday and its peak in new deaths on Sunday.
Crime Plunges Across LA County; Sheriff Says Jail 'Technically Safer' Than StreetsCrime is down significantly across Los Angeles County as a result of stay-at-home orders related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Scientists Looking To Antibody Testing For Answers Amid Coronavirus PandemicAntibody testing is offering a glimmer of hope during the coronavirus pandemic by promising to provide critical information about the virus.
Face Coverings Required In Beverly Hills, LA County Expected To Follow Suit Next WeekThe order requiring everyone in Beverly Hills to wear a face covering while in public has gone into effect, and those violating the mandate could face a fine of up to $1,000.
Garcetti: Testing For COVID-19 Available To All In Los Angeles CountyMayor Eric Garcetti announced Monday evening that anyone in Los Angeles County who wants to get a test for the novel coronavirus can now sign up for an appointment to get a test.
Coronavirus: LA County, City Officials Again Urge Public To Refrain From Buying Medical-Grade MasksJust one day after announcing new recommendations about wearing face coverings while in public, local officials again urged the public to refrain from buying medical-grade masks.
Coronavirus: LA Sheriff Suspends Efforts To Close Gun StoresThe Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Tuesday temporarily suspended enforcement efforts to close gun stores during the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus: 128 New Cases, 4,700 Tested In LA CountyThe total number of cases in the county is now 536.