LOS ANGELES, CA — Share-worthy stories from across the Southland Patch cities to talk about tonight:
Disneyland Shanghai reopens May 11 as that part of the world reopens after coronavirus. Lessons learned here will shape the park's future.
Los Angeles is exploring ways to reopen. At the same time, scientists identified a more contagious and dominant strain of the coronavirus.
Manhattan Beach Police Department asked the public's help to find a missing 11-year-old girl Monday. She was later found.
Nearly 70 were confirmed to have the illness Tuesday as the state & Orange County Supervisors plan how to reopen businesses.
Airbnb issued a warning against using its properties to host gatherings that violate social distancing guidelines in Los Angeles.
A large algae bloom along Southern California's coastline is causing glowing blue waves.
Gov. Gavin Newsom gave his go-ahead for Huntington Beach, Seal Beach and Dana Point to reopen for active use this week.
Do you want to contribute to Santa Monica's Food Pantry? The city is looking for help to scale the program.
Kroger workers, including Ralphs grocery store employees in Palos Verdes, are expected to get free COVID-19 testing.
President Donald Trump acknowledged Mexican-Americans for their contributions in honor of Cinco de Mayo.
What is more important than focusing on your mental and physical health? Pretend City used Facebook Live to show what they've been up to.
They generated over $8.5 million in profits, left OC for China, and are being sued for their involvement in a pharmaceuticals scheme: report
The 2nd heatwave of 2020 has arrived and with it, soaring temperatures inland & balmy summer weather on the beaches. How will you stay cool?
Three dozen firefighters were called to battle a blaze at a home near Sunset Boulevard Tuesday afternoon.
All lanes have reopened after a fiery truck crash in Burbank shut down the northbound lanes of the Golden State (5) Freeway overnight.
Several vehicles were involved in the crash just before 7 a.m. near White Oak Avenue.
A Los Angeles police officer was charged with assault with a deadly weapon after allegedly shooting another officer during a camping trip.
Art critic Christopher Knight and reporter Molly O'Toole won journalism's most coveted prize for their work at the Los Angeles Times.