LOS ANGELES, CA — Share-worthy stories from across the Southland Patch cities to talk about tonight.
An outbreak of 150 infections forced the closure of an LA business as health officials seek ways to crack down on noncomplying businesses.
Read your by-city case-counts. Supervisors for OC's hardest-hit cities are ramping up campaigns to assist residents in the direst of need.
Video of a woman's fit on the opening day of the North Hollywood Trader Joe's has been viewed nearly 15 million times.
The FBI and Santa Monica Police are asking the public's help to identify an arson suspect.
John Wayne's son speaks out after OC Democrats called for a name change of JWA, due to bigoted and racist comments the actor made in 1971.
New York on Tuesday became the first state to require quarantine on travelers from California, where the coronavirus is surging.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Laguna Beach has canceled their fireworks plans.
Larry David's Emmy and Golden Globe-winning unscripted comedy will be back for another "upsetting" season.
Quino checkerspot butterflies are now found only in southern San Diego County and southwestern Riverside County in the U.S.
A venture capitalist admitted to secretly working for a foreign entity while donating $900,000 to Trump's inaugural fund and covering it up.
The Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District Board of Education invites the community to join a virtual town hall Wednesday.
An Orange County grand jury asks why the Toll Road agency has not yet paid off its debt.
Margaret Hunter, who pleaded guilty along with her husband to conspiracy charges, had her sentencing delayed for two more months.
Beaches will close for the July 4 holiday as the number of COVID-19 cases rise, Santa Monica city officials announced.
It took firefighters nearly an hour to contain the blaze that burned about an acre in medium brush Monday night.
Edwin Chin will serve 3+ years in prison for his part in bringing pregnant mothers to the US to obtain US Citizenship for their new babies.