LOS ANGELES, CA — Share-worthy stories from across the Southland Patch cities to talk about tonight:
Former Golden State Warriors point guard Gilbert Arenas says he won $300,000 after a chance and "blessed" encounter with the man.
The businessman and former Lakers star is helping to get funds to minority-owned businesses struggling during the coronavirus pandemic.
Chatsworth coach and personal trainer Kiko Garcia has founded Jobs for the Homeless, which pays homeless people to help beautify the city.
See this dolphin megapod, caught on an underwater camera, dining on bait-fish. Over 1,000 dolphins are at play in Orange County waters.
Los Angeles Police Department is asking the public's help to find Shad Gaspard, 39.
On a day when 76 new deaths are announced, county health officials said that moving toward reopening the economy will be a careful process.
Daniel Silva is being jailed in lieu of $2 million bail and faces 15 years to life in prison if convicted of filling Corrie La Barrie.
With Memorial Day weekend fast approaching, and social distance orders still underway in Orange County here is the latest beach information.
California Highway Patrol responded after a person, "running in the lanes" of the I-5 San Diego freeway was struck by a car.
229 OC residents are hospitalized, and 86 of those are in intensive care, battling COVID-19. No new deaths have been reported since Sunday.
OC Board of Supervisors approved a proposal for distributing aid to their towns & failed to agree on funding for nonprofits, small business.
The explosion remains under investigation by multiple agencies to determine if criminal conduct was involved in the downtown Toy District.
Exer Urgent Care in Culver City is offering antibody testing for COVID-19.
A Santa Monica hospital will announce more information about the COVID-19 clinical trials.
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