The coronavirus era offers opportunities to reimagine experiences. It’s time to start thinking of the entire park as an attraction.
With L.A. City Councilman Jose Huizar charged with corruption and suspended from his post, it’s now unclear who’s running his district office.
State officials still scrambling to fix a database tracking coronavirus cases
California colleges can reopen this fall with limited in-person classes and greatly reduced dorm life, state public health officials said Friday as they issued long-awaited … Continue reading
A Ventura County Superior Court judge Friday granted a temporary restraining order against Godspeak Calvary Chapel and pastor Rob McCoy, forbidding the church’s indoor services … Continue reading
A 29-year-old man has died after jumping into California’s Kings River to save three children he saw struggling in the water.
Judge David O. Carter, who has ruled that local agencies must clear homeless people from encampments alongside freeways, holds a hearing at City Hall — … Continue reading
While a far cry from the record 32 deaths reported Thursday, Friday’s seven additional fatalities demonstrate that the coronavirus is continuing to take a toll … Continue reading
A series of government data failures has created a backlog of as many as 300,000 test results in California.
James P. Bradley, the Republican opponent for Ted Lieu’s congressional seat, tweeted his disapproval of the new Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion ‘WAP’ single.
A serious breakdown in the electronic collection of coronavirus testing data has raised questions about the numbers’ accuracy as the case count and death toll … Continue reading
Six months after California lost its first victim to COVID-19, the state surpassed 10,000 deaths, and Los Angeles County continues to account for the bulk … Continue reading
Alameda County in California’s Bay Area is planning to offer stipends of $1,250 for low-income residents to stay home if they have tested positive for … Continue reading
In weeks, as many as 1 million families across California may be at risk of being forced out of their homes, pushed off the ‘eviction … Continue reading
Hit with a flood of more than 9 million applications for unemployment benefits, California is trying to identify which of them may be fraudulent.
Just days before fall semester is set to begin, California colleges and universities are scrambling to finalize reopening plans, but top leaders say the state’s … Continue reading