The governor says California should vaccinate all those over 65. But good luck getting an appointment.
Celebrating MLK Day days after white supremacists joined a pro-Trump mob at the Washington insurrection, and faced with the limitations of a pandemic, social justice … Continue reading
Los Angeles police are investigating a possible hate crime after a man reportedly spray-painted a hateful statement on a Jewish temple.
Reservations filled up within two hours for the roughly 800 doses that will be available Tuesday and an additional 1,000 to be administered on Thursday … Continue reading
In an executive order late Monday, Hilda Solis, chairwoman of the L.A. County Board of Supervisors, directed county health officials to make COVID-19 vaccination appointments … Continue reading
A show about teenage karate warriors, “Cobra Kai” offers insights on repentance, redemption, forgiveness and unity in the face of existential evil.
In rural Northern California, small public health departments battle COVID-19 in a region where skepticism of the virus runs deep.
California’s top epidemiologist told healthcare providers on Sunday to stop using a batch of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine after a “higher than usual” number of people … Continue reading
When L.A. County nixed a plan to build a new jail, Supervisor Hilda Solis saw an opportunity to use the land for homeless housing. In … Continue reading
World Central Kitchen’s Nate Mook and José Andrés realized their expertise in feeding large groups at a moment’s notice could help feed the Guard at … Continue reading
Sammy Potter and Jackson Parell set out New Year’s Day to hike the entire Appalachian Trail. They plan to also traverse the Continental Divide and … Continue reading
All but one of California’s Republican members of Congress voted against President Trump’s impeachment.
Many Californians 65 and older faced frustration and confusion as they tried to get the coronavirus vaccine after the state announced it was opening up … Continue reading
One person was killed and two seriously injured in a two-alarm fire in Malibu that started at a home and spread into nearby brush, Los … Continue reading
As the number of coronavirus infections in California approaches 3 million, health officials said Sunday that a new strain — different from a highly contagious … Continue reading
Protests by armed right-wing groups erupted at some state capitols, but remained small and peaceful
Phil Spector was hospitalized after he became ill with COVID-19, said a source familiar with his medical condition.
U.S. Rep. Lou Correa says he’s tested positive for the virus. He received his first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine Dec. 19.
Local, state and federal authorities will assist in putting on the King of the Hammers event later this month, despite pandemic restrictions on travel and … Continue reading
Amateur detectives working to identify violent rioters that stormed the U.S. Capitol don’t want the process to turn into an online witch hunt.
Thieves make off with a California National Guard Humvee, and the FBI sends out the alert.
A magnitude 4.2 earthquake was reported at 8:01 p.m. Saturday less than a mile from Prunedale, Calif., according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The first two weeks of 2021 saw 59 shooting victims in L.A. compared with seven last year, Chief Michel Moore says.
Gusts of 80 to 90 mph or higher are possible in some locations
Los Angeles County surpassed 1 million coronavirus cases since recording its first infection nearly a year before.
Armed soldiers and armored Humvees were stationed around the California state Capitol, and at the federal courthouse and state Superior Court building.
Caltech will remove the name of its founding president and first Nobel laureate, William A. Millikan, from campus buildings because of his support of eugenics, … Continue reading
‘Light at the end of tunnel’ or a small blip? Flattening COVID-19 numbers bring guarded optimism in California.
Araceli Gonzalez-Burkle, a former politician, lost her good job in May. In December, she got COVID-19. Often, she doesn’t have enough money for laundry. She … Continue reading
Jeff Brain helped lead the 2002 San Fernando Valley secession movement. Now he’s built CloutHub, a refuge for Trump supporters alienated by Twitter.
Health officials hope to eventually distribute up to 4,000 coronavirus vaccinations a day at the Forum in Inglewood.
A retired judge appointed to hold a public examination of Andres Guardado’s death said Friday that she had concluded the inquest without hearing testimony from … Continue reading
Dodger Stadium takes center stage in L.A.’s COVID-19 vaccination campaign
Amid reports that some firefighters are refusing to take the COVID-19 vaccination, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti said he would “potentially” make the vaccination mandatory in … Continue reading
The removal of the 14 mailboxes including 11 in Los Angeles area and three in Huntington Beach — is intended to “protect the mail and … Continue reading
A security specialist warns that the cost of unemployment fraud in California could be much higher than the $4 billion that was previously reported.
Several L.A. County prosecutors and public defenders received the COVID-19 vaccine this week, though only healthcare workers are currently eligible.
COVID-19 vaccinations will be given at five sites: Pomona Fairplex, the Forum, Cal State Northridge, L.A. County Office of Education and Six Flags.
Record-breaking temperatures, gusty Santa Ana winds and bone-dry conditions have Southern California bracing for a weekend of fire danger.
Across the country, fast-food restaurants have struggled to maintain the health and safety of front-line workers who face conditions that frequently put themselves and their … Continue reading
Tahoe’s western shore will be partly reopened for the holiday weekend, helping the economy but renewing fears about COVID-19 and crowds.
Governor Gavin Newsom on Thursday announced some changes to his plan to reopen schools, which includes a small decrease in the case rate that would … Continue reading
More COVID-19 restrictions on malls, gyms possible in L.A. County
A brush fire ignited Thursday evening in Thousand Oaks, prompting evacuations as Santa Ana winds pushed the flames toward some homes, authorities said.
The clarification comes after reports that county policy called for opened doses to be discarded if the intended recipients didn’t keep their appointments.
Andrew Hernandez admitted in federal court that he flew a drone that struck an LAPD helicopter over Hollywood.
Newsom said the governor’s Office of Emergency Services is coordinating the security response with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies.
It was a day of frustration for seniors trying to make appointments. Some were able to schedule them at retailers but it’s unclear whether those … Continue reading
L.A. County isn’t administering vaccines to people 65 and older just yet. But here’s how to sign up to find out when you get can … Continue reading
Six buildings that tell the design story of Paul R. Williams, the first Black architect in the AIA. His work is little studied, but his … Continue reading
Los Angeles city officials, facing a budget crisis, hope a tentative deal with firefighters will spur the police union to make concessions as well.
Latino and Black communities have been disproportionately hard hit since the beginning of the pandemic. Members of those communities are now dying at rates far … Continue reading
Prosecutors say Mitchell Englander engaged in a “pattern of coolly calculated criminality” and should serve two years in prison.
In likening last week’s mob invasion of the U.S. Capitol to the Nazis’ 1938 Night of Broken Glass attack on Jews across Germany and his … Continue reading
Valadao, who narrowly regained his seat from a Democrat in the November election, complained that Speaker Nancy Pelosi was rushing the impeachment process, but said … Continue reading
The retirement of law professor John Eastman comes after days of campus controversy about his appearance at the “Save America” rally last week.
Temperatures may rise into record territory Friday
The NTSB has ruled out engine and mechanical failure on the Sikorsky S-76B helicopter. It has yet to provide a probable cause for the Jan. … Continue reading
“They are clearly trying to spread a disease that kills someone,” Councilman Paul Koretz said of unmasked demonstrators.
Coronavirus has had the 172-bed medical center in various levels of “internal disaster status” since March
The founder of an Oakland arts collective that burned in 2016, claiming 36 lives, will be offered a plea deal that will see him spend … Continue reading
Until now, vaccines had been reserved mostly for first responders and health care workers. But now, people 65 and over can also get vaccines. Here’s … Continue reading
The brother of prominent Los Angeles attorney Tom Girardi has asked a judge to appoint him as a guardian over his sibling, asserting that the … Continue reading
With little else to do, the COVID-19 pandemic has given D&D players a reason to gather virtually to go on heroic quests in the increasingly … Continue reading
As the number of COVID-19 infections continues to climb across Orange County — flooding hospitals and further straining the region’s healthcare system — county leaders … Continue reading
The move by Orange County follows a decision by feds to loosen guidelines
The region is the first to emerge from the additional restrictions on businesses and activities imposed last month in hopes of blunting the coronavirus surge … Continue reading
Some are hoping a deal to delay raises and avoid layoffs of L.A. city workers will put new pressure on the police officers’ union to … Continue reading
Children who spread coronavirus to their parents and grandparents are apologizing to them on their deathbeds as L.A. County reels.
Los Angeles is a complex place. Patt Morrison is explaining how it works, its history and its culture.
Coronavirus cases have surged in Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties, where demand for ICU beds could overwhelm the region’s supply.
Los Angeles County will officially expand the eligibility of vaccine recipients starting Monday, following guidance from the state.
The San Diego district attorney’s office is reclaiming its right to prosecute a number of cases linked to a violent 2019 crime spree that left … Continue reading
We want to hear from people who had a serious case of COVID-19 and what the healthcare costs were like.
Kobin is credited with bringing Bill Moyers, Huell Howser and the Loud family to the air.
Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies shoot and kill a man after authorities said he stabbed a woman in Altadena on Sunday.
The University of California plans to bring students back to its 10 campuses for mostly in-person classes beginning fall 2021.