Garcetti Unveils 'Justice Budget' At State Of The CityMayor Eric Garcetti Monday night announced a number of initiatives aimed at recovery, racial equity and clean energy during his State of the City address broadcast from the Griffith Observatory.
Debate Over Potential Use Of Vaccine Passports Heating UpThe debate is heating up about whether sporting venues, theaters or businesses should require proof of vaccination.
Vaping Company Kandypens Ordered To Pay $1.2 Million For Allegedly Marketing, Advertising To Young ConsumersFeuer’s office had sued Kandypens in 2018 for marketing its vaping devices and e-liquids at young people through social media and by placing their products in music videos featuring artists like DJ Khaled and Justin Bieber.
LA County Reports 466 New Cases Of COVID-19, 3 DeathsLos Angeles County reported 466 new cases of COVID-19 and three additional deaths Sunday, along with a drop in hospitalizations related to the virus.
'A Little Las Vegas': West Hollywood Residents Say New Digital Billboard On Sunset Strip Lights Up Their Homes Around The ClockA new digital billboard is now lighting up the Sunset Strip but residents living nearby say is lighting up their apartments and is way too bright.
Permanent Supportive Housing Building In Skid Row Celebrates Grand Opening With Virtual EventA new studio apartment building in the heart of Skid Row helping to get unhoused residents off the streets celebrated its grand opening Friday with a virtual event.
'Some Of The Most Devastated Workers': New California Law Seeks To Get Laid-Off Hospitality Employees Back To WorkOn Friday, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed the bill into law.
Authorities Find Offender Who Left Los Angeles Rehabilitation FacilityA 31-year-old man who left a rehabilitation facility for offenders without authorization Wednesday has been found, authorities said Friday.
The Broad To Reopen To Public On May 26; Will Give Healthcare Workers Early AccessThe Broad announced plans Friday to publicly reopen to visitors on May 26 after being closed for more than a year.
Teens Urged To Get Vaccinated With Eligibility Opened Up To People 16 And OlderAssemblyman Miguel Santiago kicked off a campaign Friday to encourage young people to get vaccinated, and followed his own advice by getting a shot himself at White Memorial Hospital in Boyle Heights.
LAPD Sgt. Anthony White Dies From Complications Of COVID-19White, who joined the department in 1990, was most recently assigned to the Transit Services Division. He is the latest LAPD officer to have died after a battle with the virus.
LAFD Investigators Seeking Person Of Interest After Fire Damages Koreatown Restaurant's Outdoor Dining TentA fire was set outside a restaurant in the 900 block of South Vermont Avenue just after midnight on April 2. The fire damaged the restaurant’s outdoor canopy/tent that had been set up to accommodate outdoor dining.
People Making A Difference: Local Nonprofit Provides Services To Seniors Facing Social IsolationThe I Did Something Good Today Foundation aims to address social isolation as well as health and housing issues for Los Angeles County seniors.
LAFC To Welcome Back Fans Saturday For Season Opener Against Austin FCSoccer fans will get in on the reopening bonanza this weekend as they head to the Banc of California Stadium Saturday.
'You Just Took Off': Family Of 74-Year-Old John Draper Urges Driver To Surrender After Fatal Hit-And-Run CrashJohn Draper, who used a cane, was walking west on Hyde Park Boulevard at about 9:40 p.m. on March 19 when he was hit by a truck as it sped north on Crenshaw Boulevard.