Coronavirus: Pedestrian-Only Streets Under Consideration In LAWith many streets across Los Angeles empty due to the safer-at-home orders brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, and some sidewalks cramped making it difficult to social-distance, there's now a push to close some roads to cars and open them up to pedestrians.
Carson to Test All Residents for FreeCarson is the first city in Southern California to test all its residents, for free and even if they are not symptomatic.
National Guard Deploys To Several LA Nursing Homes With Coronavirus OutbreaksNational Guard teams have been deployed to at least four nursing homes in the Los Angeles metropolitan area which have had coronavirus outbreaks, according to a report Thursday.
Local Security Company to Hire ThousandsAllied Universal, the largest security company in the US, is looking for employees to fill security positions.
Doctor Discusses HIV Treatment for Covid-19Dr. Michael Gottlieb discusses researchers testing whether HIV medicine, Remdesivir, may also help prevent COVID-19.
Tech Talk: Tips for Being Productive at HomeJessica Naziri from TechSesh discusses the best virtual therapists, some of best practices to make video calls dazzle, and some tips on how to stay productive while working from home. For more info on any of these topics, check out TechSesh.co
Marine on How Pandemic is Affecting VeteransRetired Marine Captain and VET Tv founder, Donny O’Malley, discusses how the coronavirus is affecting the military and military veterans.
Impact of Pandemic on SoCal Air QualityBill Magavern from the Coalition for Clean Air joins us on Earth Day to discuss the impact COVID-19 restrictions had had on air pollution in California.
Dancer Talks About Virtual Dance PartiesDancer Mark Kanemura talks about hosting dance parties on his Instagram live to lighten the mood during coronavirus restrictions.
USC Study Tracks Pandemic PerceptionsKyla Thomas from USC discusses COVID-19 Survey: Economic pain and behavior change.
Shake Shack Returns $10M Loan To Help Other Small BusinessesNationwide burger chain Shake Shack announced Monday that it is returning a $10 million loan it received from the federal government through the latest stimulus package designed to help businesses hurt by the coronavirus pandemic.
Seeking Emergency Care During PandemicDr. John Harold from the American Heart Association discusses the importance of calling 9-1-1, even at this time, if you believe you are having a stroke/heart attack, and addresses how hospitals are handling treating non-COVID-19 cases.
LIVE: Superintendent Austin Beutner Gives Update On LAUSDThe district has been forced to spend another $200 million on to-go meals, remote learning and other expenses because of the school closure.
How to Fight Stigma Associated with COVID-19Professor Valerie Earnshaw discusses her research and how we can fight the stigma around Coronavirus.
Baking Increases During Stay at Home OrdersPeople are coping with self-isolation during the coronavirus pandemic by baking.
Safety and Legal Risks For Elderly During PandemicHealthcare lawyer, Harry Nelson, discusses the the risk nursing homes face during this time and what actions should be taken to prevent it.
Man Shot Dead Near James A Garfield High In East LAAuthorities are searching for a gunman who killed a man in the backyard of a home near James A. Garfield High School in East Los Angeles in the early morning hours Friday.
LA-Based Bakery Delivers Free Pet FoodRocky Kanaka from The Dog Bakery is giving back to the community by delivering free dog food to those in need, from Angelenos who may have recently lost a job, to seniors who can't leave home and health care workers on the frontline.
Expert Discusses Massive Inmate ReleaseLenore Anderson from the Californians for Safety and Justice discusses inmates being released from prison due to COVID-19 outbreak.
Tech Talk: COVID-19 Tracking TechnologyTechsesh founder Jessica Naziri gives Jasmine Viel the rundown on emerging technology news.
Thousands Of Inmates Released Early From California Prisons To Stop Spread Of CoronavirusLenore Anderson of Californians for Safety and Justice says cutting down on the prison population is a good thing and could become a long-overdue change.
Tech Talk: Covid-19 Tracking TechnologyJessica Naziri from TechSesh discusses Apple and Google teaming up to fight coronavirus, how to get fast cash during the pandemic and how a new app is facilitating unemployment applications! For more info on any of these topics, check out TechSesh.co
Food Donations Help Struggling Families Across SoCalNearly 17 million Americans filed for unemployment in the past few weeks and many families are struggling to put food n the table amid the coronavirus pandemic.
FDA Approves New N95 Mask Decontamination Process For Irvine CompanyWith healthcare providers facing a major surgical mask shortage nationwide because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Food and Drug Administration Sunday gave emergency authorization to a new N95 mask sterilization process provided by an Irvine company which could allow hospitals nationwide to sterilize and reuse millions of masks on a daily basis.