LOS ANGELES, CA — Share-worthy stories from across the Southland Patch cities to talk about tonight:
The Trump administration sent a letter to Mayor Eric Garcetti expressing concerns about his Safer at Home order during the COVID-19 pandemic
Watch Tinky, Eden, & Bucky, rescued and rehabilitated by the Pacific Marine Mammal Center, frolic back into the Pacific Ocean, Friday.
See offers and DIY-BBQ specials offered in the Los Angeles-area for families, veterans, military & first responders for the holiday weekend.
Southern California, one of the few areas in the country where spread of the coronavirus isn't declining, braces for Memorial Weekend crowds
A 350 room Disney Vacation Club time-share is moving ahead, that will be part of the Disneyland Hotel, officials say.
The family of an Alhambra girl is suing the district for allegedly failing to stop a group of boys from harassing and assaulting her.
The Venice High School community is responding to the pandemic and created a relief effort for families.
A new permit is available for restaurants in Dana Point to reopen and remain in compliance with the state's coronavirus
Two male coyotes were captured and killed last week in Laguna Beach after a resident was hospitalized in a coyote attack.
Though millions have already applied for unemployment across Southern California, many more face wage cuts and furloughs over the next year.
The Federal Trade Commission warned several California marketers, including a Culver City company.
California Highway Patrol identified a stolen vehicle near Pomona, in a pursuit that reached speeds of over 100 miles per hour.
Temperatures are expected to climb 10 to 15 degrees above normal next week, nearing triple digits in parts of Los Angeles County.
As we remember our vets, how will you celebrate the Memorial Day holiday differently this year in your town? Go out? or stay safer at home?
Parent company L Brands also announced it plans to close 50 Bath & Body Works locations in the United States and Canada.
LA County's beach bike path extending from Pacific Palisades to Torrance reopens for the first time since the shut down began.
A man is suing a Wilshire ad agency, alleging the company tried to hire more women in response to criticism of the company's diversity.
Due to the Pandemic, HBO will donate $1 million —that would have bent spent on Emmy celebrations and campaigns — to the city's relief effort.