Another Week Of Limited Doses As COVID Vaccine Supply Struggles Continue In LA CountyLos Angeles County-run sites are only expected to receive about 280,000 doses of the Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines this week, officials announced Friday.
Authorities Worry As Spring Breakers Party During PandemicSpring Break in Miami Beach has taken a serious turn as police officers and SWAT teams mixing in with crowds over the weekend arrested more than 1,000 people, many of whom refused to comply with curfew shutting businesses down at 8 p.m.
Family Of Asian Woman Fatally Shot In Compton To Call On Authorities To Conduct Hate-Crime ProbeThe family of a 28-year-old Asian American woman who was fatally shot in Compton will call on authorities to conduct a hate-crime investigation.
Dozens Gather At 'Stop Asian Hate' Vigil At Claremont ChurchDozens gathered at a 'Stop Asian Hate' vigil Sunday as hate crimes against Asian-Americans continue to skyrocket.
Authorities Probe Deputy-Involved Shooting In Perris; Deputy InjuredAuthorities on Sunday were investigating a deputy-involved shooting in the city of Perris.
Indoor Operations Resume At Businesses Across LAThe music was blasting as customers at Rocco’s Tavern enjoyed great company and food indoors for the first time in months.
Candlelight Vigil Held In East LA For Transgender Woman Killed, Rayanna PardoThe family of a transgender woman killed said her death should be investigated as a murder and hate crime.
Coroner Releases Name Of Innocent Woman, Colleen Wong, Killed In Suspected Street Racing CrashA woman who died when a suspected street racer crashed into her vehicle in West Hills was publicly identified Saturday.
Candlelight Vigil Held In East LA For Transgender Woman KilledThe family of a transgender woman killed said her death should be investigated as a murder and hate crime.
San Diego Zoo Dangerous EncounterA man jumped into the elephant exhibit at the San Diego Zoo with his toddler.
Man Jumps Into San Diego Zoo Elephant Enclosure With ToddlerA father was taking a picture with his daughter from inside an elephant enclosure at the San Diego Zoo.
Hundreds Gather At 'Stop Asian Hate' Candlelight Vigil In AlhambraHundreds of people gathered at a candlelight vigil called 'Stop Asian Hate' as crimes against Asian-Americans have been skyrocketing.
Dawn's Corner: Spring Cleaning And GiftsIt's all things spring: New spring products and spring cleaning items.
Pacific Gardens Medical Center Looking To Hire For More Than 100 PositionsThe hospital is hosting a job fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
California State Senator Wants To Allow Speeding Cameras In School ZonesCalifornia Sen. Susan Rubio, D-Baldwin Park, has introduced a bill that would authorize local governments to install speeding cameras near school zones.
Riverside County Cheerleaders Victorious, Can Now Cheer On Sidelines At Football GamesState public health officials have reversed their policy on keeping cheerleaders from taking part in high school football games, and will now allow them to cheer from the sidelines. Nicole Comstock reports.
Several People Injured After SUV Crashes Into Building In HollywoodFive people were hospitalized Friday after an SUV crashed into a market in the heart of Hollywood. The driver was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, police said. Kandiss Crone reports.
Innocent Woman Killed In Apparent Street Racing Crash In West Hills, Driver In CustodyA woman died Friday in West Hills after her vehicle was struck by an apparent street racer, police said.
Calls Growing To End Violence Against AAPI CommunityPresident Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris met on Friday with community leaders and families of the victims of the Atlanta spa shootings as calls are growing louder to end violence against the Asian American and Pacific Islander community. Tom Wait reports.
Innocent Woman Killed In Apparent Street Racing Crash In West HillsA woman died Friday in West Hills after her vehicle was struck by an apparent street racer, police said.
LA County Restaurants, Movie Theaters Hoping For Busy WeekendRestaurants and theaters are looking forward to a big weekend with Los Angeles County now in the red tier.
Ocean View School District Bringing Some Students Back To Fully In-Person LearningSome schools in Huntington Beach will be returning to in-person learning for the first time in one year. Michele Gile reports.
Protest Against Anti-Asian HateA caravan was organized in Koreatown on Friday to speak out against hate crimes against the Asian American Pacific Islander community. Rachel Kim reports.
Women's History Month: Hailey Kwon - Owner Of Dots CafeDeMarco Morgan talks to the owner of SoCal's own, Dots Cafe. For 15 years, Kwon has been baking everything from red velvet, to raspberry lemon and servicing clients like the LA Dodgers, Disney and Katie Perry. Kwon talks about how she started, her upbringing in an immigrant family and how she pivoted her business after the COVID pandemic and came out on top!