LOS ANGELES, CA — Share-worthy stories from across the Southland Patch cities to talk about tonight:
Order a burger at Playa Vista and Tustin eateries, and the restaurant chain will donate one to a coronavirus-frontline, health-care
Live Love Animal Rescue coordinated foster homes for all available shelter dogs at the Long Beach Animal Care Shelter.
Coronavirus cases grew exponentially in Los Angeles County, but that may be, in part, due to efforts to address a backlog of tests.
A significant jump in coronavirus cases occurred overnight in Orange County. Stay at home, social distance, OC Healthcare says
Inexperience gun owners bringing weapons into homes under tense conditions could lead to domestic violence tragedies, said LA's sheriff.
First responders were invited to pick up the iconic McCarthy salads at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
Federal officers arrested a man they say peddled a fraudulent coronavirus cure to investors for millions of dollars.
Police departments are seeing a major drop in calls, violent crime and property crimes as people stay home under coronavirus restrictions.
The closures will remain in effect until city officials have determined it is safe to re-open the beach, Strand and parking structure.
Though some classes were unable to make a move online, the majority of the three Coast College courses will continue online.
Joe Radisich Sr., an 86-year-old retired Mary Star of the Sea High School football coach, died a week after becoming ill with coronavirus.
The research arm of Chapman University is hosting an online Coronavirus Town Hall meeting Thursday at 2 p.m.
A Lake Forest & Cypress store each sold a ticket that matched 5 numbers minus the SuperLotto number, this week. Here's where they were sold.
Gas prices have fallen to rates not seen since 2018 across Southern California, though our gas prices remain some of the highest in the USA.
Orange County Community Services call center oversees the OC Veterans Service Office, Office on Aging & Community Investment Division.
After crowds flocked to the trails last weekend, city leaders made the decision to close the parks to keep people safe from coronavirus.
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, the band pushed it's Los Angeles concert dates back to September at the Forum.