'Tragic, Upsetting And Overwhelming': LA County Nears 1M Total COVID-19 Cases, Vaccination Efforts IncreasingThe Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Monday reported 12,617 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases and 137 additional fatalities, bringing countywide totals to 932,697 cases and 12,387 deaths.
'Free Speech Versus Free Enterprise': Debate Continues After Social Media Companies Ban TrumpFollowing last Wednesday's deadly siege — in which a mob incited by President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol building — social media companies took swift action against the president.
Remote Court Attendance Now Available For Public, MediaMembers of the public, attorneys and media representatives can now access Los Angeles Superior Court cases remotely.
Mega Millions, Powerball Jackpots Top Combined $1 BillionThe new year already has mixed reviews, but there’s a chance to turn it all around this week.
University Of California Will Bring Students Back To Campuses For Fall 2021 School YearCOVID-19 vaccines are being administered now to frontline healthcare workers, and could be available soon to students, staff and faculty, so UC says they are getting ready to welcome students back to its campuses.
10 Mobile Morgues Set Up Outside LA County Coroner's BuildingTen of the 53-foot mobile morgues have been set up outside the Los Angeles County Coroner’s building, while others are being sent to locations in San Bernardino, Imperial, Sonoma and Monterey counties.
LAX Pylons, City Hall To Light Up In Dodgers Blue, White To Honor Dodgers Legend Tommy Lasorda, Former Councilmember Tom LaBongeThe pylons at Los Angeles International Airport along with City Hall will be lit in Dodgers blue and white Friday evening to honor Dodgers legend Tommy Lasorda and former Councilmember Tom LaBonge.
Theodore 'Ted' Lumpkin Jr., WWII Tuskegee Airman, Dies Of COVID-19 At 100Theodore "Ted" Lumpkin Jr., a Los Angeles native who made history as a member of the all-Black Tuskegee Airmen unit, has died at 100.
CBSLA Sports Director Jim Hill Remembers Dodger Great Tommy Lasorda: 'One Of My Best Friends In The World'"Tommy was one of my best friends in the world," CBSLA Sports Director Jim Hill said. "He's one of the people that is responsible for me having the terrific job that I have right now."
Sports World, Celebrities Pay Tribute To Dodgers Hall Of Fame Manager Tommy LasordaLasorda, 93, died Thursday night after suffering a heart attack. He had just been released from the hospital earlier this week after spending six weeks in the hospital for heart-related concerns.
Military, Federal Medical Personnel Arrive To Help With COVID-19 Response EffortsThe military’s doctors, nurses and healthcare personnel has boots on the ground Friday after being deployed to healthcare facilities across the state.
FDA Warns Coronavirus Test Made By San Dimas Firm, Used By City Of LA, Could Produce False Negative ResultsThe Food and Drug Administration says the Curative SARS-Cov-2 test have the potential of coming back with a false negative and risks the health of the patient and further spread COVID-19 within the community.
California EDD Freezes Nearly 1.5 Million Unemployment ClaimsThe Employment Development Department said this week it has uncovered about 3.5 million “potentially fraudulent” claims related to the coronavirus unemployment relief program.
New Travel Advisory Urges Californians To Stay Within 120 Miles Of HomeThe California Department of Public Health issued an updated travel advisory Wednesday, urging residents to avoid non-essential travel that would take them more than 120 miles from home.
LA County Adds 19,719 New COVID-19 Cases, 218 Deaths; Garcetti Defends Use Of Curative TestsThe Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Thursday reported 19,719 new COVID-19 cases and 218 additional fatalities, bringing countywide totals to 871,404 cases and 11,545 deaths.