OC Hospitals In Crisis Mode As Coronavirus Surge Fills ERs, ICUsWith hospitalizations continuing to increase in the county, hospitals like Mission Hospital and UCI Health are maxed out, worrying doctors as people continue to spend time with people outside of their homes.
Salon Owner Staying Open, Planning To Sue Newsom Over Stay-At-Home OrderA business owner is now facing a lawsuit after defying coronavirus rules and keeping her salon open during stay-at-home orders, and she is planning to countersue. Nicole Comstock reports.
Fire Crews Battling Commercial Building Fire In North HollywoodLos Angeles Fire Department crews were working Monday night to extinguish a blaze at a commercial building in North Hollywood.
Congress Passes COVID Relief And Government Funding Bill; Measure Now Heads To White HouseBoth chambers of Congress on Monday night passed a $900 billion relief measure designed to provide long-awaited assistance to Americans, small businesses and industries ailing from the coronavirus pandemic.
Shooting Temporarily Blocks Lanes In Boyle HeightsOne person was shot in Boyle Heights, impacting traffic on the northbound 101 Freeway. Police are investigating the shooting.
Doctors Warn Of Dangers Of Holiday Shopping As Pandemic RagesFrom the parking lot to the escalators and lines outside stores, it was clear that the coronavirus pandemic has not canceled holiday shopping.
Orange County Deputy Abandoned As A Child Helps Give Christmas Gifts To Children's ShelterFor one deputy, who was abandoned as a baby and spent some time at that same shelter where they're giving gifts, the Christmas giveaway was personal. Michele Gile reports.
Newsom Says Stay-At-Home Order Expected To Be ExtendedGov. Gavin Newsom said Monday the regional stay-at-home order imposed by the state for the entirety of Southern California will almost assuredly be extended beyond next week's expiration date.
As COVID-19 Vaccines Continue To Arrive, Health Officials Concerned About New Strain In UKWith additional COVID-19 vaccine shipments on their way to California, health officials in the United Kingdom have identified a new strain of the virus — one that they say could be up to 70% more transmittable.
LAUSD Not Close To Reopening Campuses, Superintendent SaysDue to what he termed "alarming" coronavirus case numbers, students in the Los Angeles Unified School District are not anywhere close to returning to the classroom, the district’s superintendent stressed Monday.
3 Injured, Expected To Survive After Multiple Altadena ShootingsGang detectives later took three men into custody whose names were not immediately available.
Congress Seals Agreement On COVID Relief, Government FundingBrittney Hopper reports.
Some Angelenos Not Listening To Health Warnings Against TravelingNicole Comstock reports.
Coronavirus: Second Vaccine Rollout Approaching After Moderna ApprovalLaurie Perez reports.
Frontline Health Care Staff Vaccinated At Torrance Memorial HospitalLaurie Perez reports.
Super Saturday Shoppers Heading To Malls, Outlets To Beat Late Shipping EstimatesRick Montanez reports.
LA County Health Order To Be Modified To Allow Indoor Services For Places Of Worship -- With Some RulesPlaces of worship can hold services inside and outside but must practice six feet of physical distancing between households and all attendees must wear face coverings over the nose and mouth at all times while on-site, L.A. County said.
California Officials Working To Get Coronavirus Vaccine To Healthcare WorkersLaurie Perez reports.
Hospitals Pushed To Their Limits As COVID-19 Cases Continue To SurgeHospitals across the Southland are in crisis as ICU capacity in many regions hits zero.
2 Church Fires Break Out In Panorama City, Raise Suspicions Of ArsonPolice are investigating a possible arson suspect after two fires broke out at churches within a few miles of each other early Saturday morning in Panorama City.
Healthcare Workers Raise Alarm On 'Life-Threatening' Staff ShortagesWith intensive care unit availability at zero in the Southern California region, healthcare workers Friday raised the alarm on what they called life-threatening staff shortages.
Lawmakers, Business Owners Push For Safe Reopening Of In-Person Dining At RestaurantsThe officials overseeing liquor licenses have been enforcing coronavirus guidelines by making sure restaurants are remaining closed to in-person dining, but business owners and some lawmakers are pushing back. Stacey Butler reports.
Drive-Through Holiday Lights Brighten Up Rancho Cucamonga Neighborhood For Yearly TraditionPeople are eager to keep the spirit of the holidays alive during the pandemic, so they're also willing to wait a lot longer than usual to see light displays like the Thoroughbred Christmas Lights in Rancho Cucamonga. Nicole Comstock reports
CDC Investigating Possible COVID Exposure On LAX-Bound Flight After Passenger DiesFederal health officials are working with United Airlines to determine whether passengers aboard a Los Angeles-bound flight might have been exposed to COVID-19.