Joseph Maez Charged In Long Beach Crash That Killed Man In WheelchairA 26-year-old Long Beach man was charged Thursday in connection with a crash that killed a man in a wheelchair crossing the street.
LA County Opens 3 New COVID Vaccination Sites; Offers New Incentives Including Six Flags, LA Zoo TicketsThe new clinics will be open at Ted Watkins Memorial Park, Norwalk Arts & Sports Complex and Commerce Senior Citizens Center Tuesday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Planet 13 Opening Massive Marijuana Dispensary In Orange CountyFrom buds to blunts, cannabis means big business in California. And an Orange County business Thursday was putting the finishing touches on what will soon be the largest superstore in the state.
'It's Alarming To Me': Long Beach Building Inspectors On Alert Following Florida Condo CollapseLong Beach has hundreds of older high-rise buildings near the water, prompting building officials to take a hard look at the deadly building collapse in South Florida to see if any local changes should be made.
LA Auto Show Set To Return To Convention Center In NovemberThe Los Angeles Auto Show will return to the downtown Convention Center in November, organizers announced Thursday.
Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas Puts Forward Proposal To Unite City And County Efforts To End HomelessnessCouncilman Mark Ridley-Thomas introduced a proposal Thursday that would unify city and county efforts to end homelessness.
More Than $32 Million Allocated For LA County Transportation ProjectsMore than $32 million was allocated Thursday to Los Angeles County transportation projects by the California Transportation Commission, which set aside a total of $1.18 billion for projects to fix and improve transportation infrastructure throughout California.
San Bernardino County Sheriff's Sgt. Marc Goodwin Faces Child Pornography ChargesThe Fontana Police Department said it was alerted by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children that Goodwin had allegedly electronically transmitted an image containing possible child pornography.
LA County Reports Largest Daily Number Of New COVID-19 Cases Since Mid-MayThe Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Thursday reported its highest daily number of new COVID-19 infections since mid-May.
Could It Happen Here? Expert Weighs In On California Building Codes In Wake Of Condo Collapse In FloridaWith the deadly collapse Thursday of a 12-story high-rise condo building in Surfside, a Miami-Dade County, some residents of the southland wonder whether a similar catastrophe could happen here.
UCLA Researchers Discover How Immune Cells Can Be Trained To Fight VirusesUCLA researchers have discovered the fundamental rule that allows the human body's immune cells to be trained to aggressively respond to viruses, bacteria, and other invaders, the university announced Thursday.
Hermosa Beach City Council Extends City's COVID Outdoor Dining, Retail ProgramHermosa Beach's outdoor dining and retail program will continue through the end of the year, city officials announced Thursday.
FTC Sending Out Refund Checks To Victims Of Los Angeles-Based A1 DocPrep Inc., Streamlined MarketingThe $1,641 checks will be sent as the result of a settlement reached between the Federal Trade Commission and A1 DocPrep Inc., Streamlined Marketing, and their owner, Horman Adalan.
Huntington Beach Police Arrest 2, Seize $3.5 Million Worth Of Drugs In Ongoing Investigation Into Mexico-Based Trafficking GroupTwo unidentified suspects and drugs with an estimated wholesale value of $3.5 million have been seized so far as a result of the 30-day investigation.
Extreme Heat Warning Issued For Santa Clarita, Antelope And San Fernando Valleys This WeekendThe Los Angeles County Health Officer issued an Extreme Heat Warning Thursday for the Santa Clarita, Antelope and west San Fernando valleys.