The Los Angeles Dodgers expect the $100 million renovation to be ready by Opening Day, March 26.
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LA Philharmonic Cancels Fall SeasonThe LA Phil will instead air performances and educational programs online.
What's The Dentist Office Like During A Pandemic?Dental offices are taking many precautions amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fruit Stand Vendor Harassed in Canyon CountryAfter the owner of a local bar and grill harassed the fruit vendor, hundreds of people came out to support him.
'Mythbusters' Host Grant Imahara Dies at Age 49Imahara was known for his work in electronics and animatronics.
Comet Visible From Earth This MonthAfter this month, NEOWISE will not be visible from Earth again for several thousand years.
Los Alamitos Racetrack On ProbationThere has been a rash of horse deaths at the Cypress track this year.
Petition Calls For Rewriting Of Bruce's Beach Park PlaqueThe property was once owned by the Bruce family, who were run off in the 1920s because they developed the beach to be welcome to the Black community.
Upcoming Fire Season Will Look Very Different Amid PandemicGov. Gavin Newsom held his coronavirus briefing from CalFire to talk about the increase in wildfires this year.
Survey Finds Which SoCal Areas Are Best At Wearing MasksThere are some areas where people say they always wear masks.
Car Rams Gates At Warner Brothers Studios In BurbankThe driver remains at large.
Arrests Made In Santa Monica LootingTwo men were caught on security video loading stolen merchandise into a car that was stopped by Manhattan Beach police.
Rock Climber Rescued Near CrestlineThe terrain would not allow for a helicopter rescue.
VIDEO: Long Beach Street Vendor BeatenAuthorities are looking for two armed men who robbed and assaulted a street vendor Monday afternoon in Long Beach, an attack which was caught on security video.
LA County Renters' Relief Program VoteMillions in rent relief was approved by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
CA Home Sales Report Amid PandemicTroy Palmquist discusses CA's home sales falling to lowest level since the Great Recession and the future of LA's housing market.
'Public Safety is More Than Law Enforcement'LA City Council President Nury Martinez discusses a proposal she's co-authoring that would redirect up to 150 million from LAPD to build historically underserved communities
Expert Discusses Dreams Amid PandemicWriter of Pandemic Dream, Deirdre Barrett, gives an update on how the pandemic has impacted individuals' dreams and sleep.
Student Actor Talks About Virtual Music ExperienceMiracle Project student actor, Nick Guzman, shares what it was like to be a part of the first virtual musical.
Non-Profit Helps the Homeless During PandemicFounder of beauty2thestreetz, Shirley Raines, discusses what it's been like being on the front lines helping the homeless during the pandemic.
Local Organization Creates First Virtual MusicalMiracle Project founder, Elaine Hall, discusses premiere of first virtual musical and how COVID-19 is changing the arts and entertainment industry.
Supreme Court Blocks Proposal to End DACAJason Whitehead from CSULB discusses US Supreme Court ruling on rescinding DACA.
Commemorating JuneteenthEntertainment professional, producer and entrepreneur, Tracey Lincoln, explains the significance of Juneteenth and shares ways individuals can celebrate the holiday.
Mooby's Pop Up Opens in West HollywoodPick up a burger or lasagna sandwich! The fictional restaurant from Kevin Smith's 1999 movie, 'Dogma' is now a pop-up in West Hollywood on Santa Monica Blvd. Book a pickup time though their website and eat your meal on the patio (while social distancing)!