SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA — Here are some stories from Southern California this week that are sure to brighten your day.
Guests can buy tickets starting at noon on Wednesday.
Video: Watch liftoff as SpaceX sets a new record. Falcon 9 is the first orbital reusable rocket.
A new flavor of Girl Scout Cookie joins the roster. Inspired by French toast, the Toast-Yay! that can be shipped straight to your door.
A $999,875 grant will fund scholarships of up to four years to 20 full-time students.
A study conducted by UC San Diego and UCLA researchers found it is unlikely that COVID-19 can be passed to infants through breast milk.
K-12 students could be back in the classroom as soon as Sept. 1, depending on the guidance of individual school districts.
Friends and fellow Santa Margarita residents developed a plan to help families struggling with students amid the rigors of online education.
Watch the virtual performances and meet Venice artists live Thursday night in a special event.
Concepts that reflect the community, promote unity and drive a "modern aesthetic" are most likely to be selected.
Amazon plans to expand its offices in six U.S. cities, including in San Diego, bringing 200 new jobs to the region, the company announced.
Unemployment has slowly but fairly consistently declined from the high of 25 percent the week of May 9.
Some sectors of the regional economy have returned to semi-normalcy.
The CSUSB Department of Marketing recently welcomed Sean Kim as an assistant professor for the hospitality management program.
BeachLife Fest will host a free livestream Thursday, featuring artists Lucinda Williams, Josh Heinrichs, The Aquadolls and Timmy Curran.
For the first time, Fiesta La Ballona will be held online, a move to keep the Culver City tradition alive during the pandemic.
Fire Watch volunteers are not trained as firefighters but provide an important component to prevent destructive wildfires across the county.
The program will distribute $25 million in coronavirus relief funding to childcare providers impacted by COVID-19.
It will be the only year-round service offered between the two cities.
UC San Diego scientists have created the first visualizations of a protein that has been linked to Parkinson's disease.
Tuesday, Aug. 18, marked the 30th anniversary of the Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act.
Food And Restaurants
Amid hardships faced by restaurants during the pandemic, Wine Spectator honored 3,800 restaurants on this year’s list.
Ex-dairy farmers Dane and Travis Boersma started Dutch Bros in Grants Pass, Oregon, in 1992.
Jimbo's will add new cases to the store's perimeter departments, expand the bakery, and increase seating in the outdoor dining area.
After its recent closing, the iconic restaurant is selling off its chandeliers, china, art, bar stools, kitchen gear & more at 3-day sale.
A new app unlocks foodie prizes and specials for the first-ever Newport Beach Restaurant Month.
The restaurant, atop 1 Hotel, is a glam-throwback with an elegant atmosphere and great views.
The outdoor space adds street-café finesse to The Abbey Food & Bar, West Hollywood’s iconic gay bar & eatery.