Coronavirus: LA Controller Releases State-Wide Map Of 1,800 Food Banks, PantriesUnemployment is nearly at 20%, and food banks are serving up to 10 times more Californians during the COVID-19 pandemic, the controller’s office said in a statement.
Coronavirus: California Flower Mall Will Be Open In Time For Mother's Day, With New RulesFlower shops are among the lower-risk retail that are part of the stage 2 of businesses reopening in California.
Coronavirus: DOJ Investigates California's Half-A-Billion Dollar Mask Deal That Was Suspected To Be FraudIn the rush to procure personal protective equipment as coronavirus was starting to spread in California, the state cut checks for millions of dollars in deals for face masks that eventually fell apart.
Coronavirus: Garcetti Lays Out City's Path To Reopening, Expands Face Covering Order To LADOT Buses, LAXStarting Friday, florists, toy stores, music stores, bookstores, clothing and sporting goods stores in the city of Los Angeles can begin offering curbside pickup, but Garcetti said that does not mean these stores must reopen.
Help Needed To Identify Possible Burglary Victims In Recovered Family PhotosAs detectives from the LAPD’s Devonshire division investigated a burglary in Northridge, 103 family photographs were discovered and are believed to be of additional victims of a burglary.
Coronavirus: Grand Park To Hold Virtual 4th Of July Block PartyGrand Park will be closed to public gatherings and picnics on July 4, but will instead take its Independence Day celebration into homes to help slow the community transmission of COVID-19.
Healthcare Workers Treated To Free Gas On National Nurses DayNurses, doctors, and hospital workers have been the frontline in the fight against coronavirus, and Honda is revving up the gratitude by paying for their fill-ups across Southern California.
California Sues Uber, Lyft For Classifying Drivers As 'Contractors'The two rideshare giants are accused of misclassifying their drivers as “contractors,” depriving them of workplace protections like minimum wage and overtime and access to paid sick leave, disability insurance and unemployment.
Inland Areas, Valleys Could See Triple-Digit TemperaturesWednesday temperatures could hit between 85 and 90 degrees near the coasts, and between 90 and 100 inland and in the valleys.
Coronavirus: Garcetti Says City Not Ready To Reopen, State Borrows $10B To Fund Unemployment BenefitsCalifornia says flower shops, bookstores, sports goods and clothing retailers can all reopen with curbside pickup this Friday, but only if local leaders feel it would be safe to do so.
LA Represents Offers Free Legal Services To Angelenos Struggling In Wake Of Coronavirus PandemicMayor Eric Garcetti Tuesday announced a new program that will provide free legal services to residents of Los Angeles who are suffering due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: Councilman O'Farrell Introduces Motion To Provide Free Testing At All LA Homeless SheltersLos Angeles City Councilman Mitch O'Farrell Monday introduced a motion to provide free on-site testing for the novel coronavirus at all permanent and temporary homeless shelters.
LAPD Officer Charged In Camping Trip Shooting That Left Fellow Officer Wounded A veteran LAPD officer who allegedly shot a fellow officer in the shoulder during an off-duty camping trip near Apple Valley was charged Tuesday with assault with a firearm.
Former President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama To Deliver Commencement Messages For Graduating High School SeniorsThe Class of 2020 will not have an in-person graduation ceremony because of the coronavirus pandemic — but they will have the ultimate commencement speaker: former President Barack Obama.
LAPD Officer Under Investigation After Video Shows Him Punching Trespassing SuspectAn investigation is underway Tuesday after video surfaced on social media, showing an LAPD officer repeatedly punching a trespassing suspect.