Several UCLA Football Players Test Positive For CoronavirusThe Bruins are scheduled to kick off their season against the Trojans at the Rose Bowl on Sept. 26, but the game could be delayed if necessary.
LA County Reports 1,901 Newly Confirmed Coronavirus Cases, 57 DeathsOf the 4,758 who have died from COVID-19, 49% were Latinx, 24% were white, 15% were Asian, 11% were Black, less than 1% were Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander and 1% identified as another race.
Lakers Beat Jazz 116-108 To Clinch Top Seed In WestAnthony Davis had 42 points and 12 rebounds, and the Los Angeles Lakers clinched the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference playoffs by beating the Utah Jazz 116-108 on Monday night.
Melrose Trading Post Flea Market Reopens With Tight Safety GuidelinesPopular Los Angeles flea market, the Melrose Trading Post, had been closed for several months but recently reopened business with a few changes.
LA County Reports 2,651 New Coronavirus Cases, 69 DeathsWith testing results available for nearly 1.76 million people, the county's overall positivity rate was holding steady at 10%.
Lou Williams Will Not Play In NBA Restart Game Vs. Lakers After Visiting Strip Club For The WingsWilliams, 33, had been excused from the so-called NBA bubble to attend a funeral, but then was photographed at the strip club, Magic City, in Atlanta last Thursday.
LA Zoo's 21-Year-Old Paired Lions, Hubert And Kalisa, Euthanized Due To Declining Health, Age-Related IllnessesTwo of the Los Angeles Zoo’s lions, Hubert and Kalisa, had to be euthanized Thursday due to declining health and age-related illnesses, zoo officials said.
Crews Get Handle On Brush Fire Burning Near Homes In Hollywood HillsFlames appear to be climbing uphill near Laurel Canyon Boulevard and Tianna Road.
California Pizza Kitchen Files Chapter 11, Will Close Some RestaurantsThe Los Angeles-based restaurant has 200 restaurants worldwide. It’s unclear how many of them will close.
Internet Outage Hits Thousands Of Southern California Spectrum CustomersSpectrum customers reported the outage on Twitter and other social media starting at about 6:40 p.m. Wednesday. The company later confirmed thousands of its customers across the country were offline.
City Councilman Wants Los Angeles To Cite People Not Wearing Masks In PublicA Los Angeles city councilman is calling for the city to issue fines to people who refuse to wear face coverings in public.