Storm hits Southland with rain, mountain snow

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - A winter-like storm pushed through the Southland today, breaking a rainfall record in downtown Los Angeles while triggering some minor...

Crime in Los Angeles down 23 percent during COVID-19 pandemic

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - Crime in Los Angeles decreased 23% in March from March 2019 as Angelenos sheltered in place during the COVID-19 pandemic,...

Los Angeles opens coronavirus testing to anyone, not just people most at risk

Testing for coronavirus will no longer be limited to the most vulnerable populations, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced during Monday's daily COVID-19 response...

L.A. County coronavirus cases top 4,500; 11 more deaths reported

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - The coronavirus pandemic continued its relentless march across Los Angeles County today, with 11 new deaths reported and the total...

L.A. City Council to meet Tuesday to consider coronavirus relief programs

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday will consider establishing programs to help low-income residents and workers get through the...

Caltrans to close portion of I-105 near LAX until Sunday morning

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - Los Angeles International Airport announced today that Caltrans will close all lanes of the westbound Interstate 105 freeway at the...

Angelenos rally to make protective masks as coronavirus spreads

When Westwood resident Rachel Judd first took up sewing as part of her live-action theatre hobby, she had no idea she'd one day use...

Two dozen Los Angeles farmers’ markets authorized to reopen

Officials announced earlier this week that 24 farmers markets have been authorized to reopen over the coming week after submitting plans to comply with...

Disney furloughs non-essential employees amid coronavirus shutdowns

BURBANK (CNS) - With its theme parks shuttered indefinitely due to the coronavirus, The Walt Disney Co. announced today it will furlough non-essential employees...

Open non-essential businesses could have utilities cut, says L.A. Mayor

Non-essential businesses refusing to shut down will be served with misdemeanor charges, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Wednesday during his daily public briefing. In...