Originally from the south, Hailey Winslow moved to LA from Australia for post-production of "Outback & Under," a 12-episode adventure travel show she hosted and produced. The series follows Hailey and her Golden doodle, Sadie, on the adventure of a lifetime Down Under, wrangling and rescuing crocodiles, and scuba diving cage-less with sharks and venomous snakes and jumping into every extreme sport from the Great Barrier Reef to the Outback. Hailey spent eight years as an award-winning reporter in North Carolina and Florida. She single-handedly shot, wrote, edited, produced and reported two documentaries. Winslow got hooked on reporting in middle school, when her older sister, Megan, started a news program and assigned her to “Georgia Journeys.” Winslow received her Broadcast Journalism degree and Spanish minor from the University of Central Florida.
Leading health experts now recommend people wear a mask when they must leave the house to help combat COVID-19.
On Cesar Chavez Day, which celebrates the legacy of the labor movement activist, Actor Edward Olmos recognizes farmworkers’ sacrifice.
It’s the first weekend Los Angeles County beaches and hiking trails are closed. The closure is in response to last weekend’s turnout with thousands of people way too close to each other during this global pandemic. The county public health order includes closure of trails, beaches, piers, public bathrooms, beach access points, and beach bike paths.
The long line of cars outside Dodger Stadium Thursday would normally mean the Dodgers’ season opener but instead, it’s turned into a COVID-19 testing site.
Rio Giardinieri, 52, who is vice-president of a company that manufactures cooking equipment at high-end restaurants in LA and around the world, thinks he contracted COVID-19 at a conference in New York. He had a fever for five days, horrendous back pain, headache, cough, and tiredness. He was sleeping about 15 hours a day when he’s used to getting five hours a night.
If you have been living under a rock, you would’ve thought it was a typical sunny weekend at the beach. The LA County coastline was packed with people ignoring the mandate to social-distance and congesting the bike path, beaches, and hiking trails.
Even though city leaders have eased worries that there’s enough food to go around and no need to panic-buy during this “Stay at Home” Order, we’ve been seeing long lines and empty shelves all week.
Toilet paper, hand sanitizer and now gun supplies. Lines weave around gun shops.
On Sunday, about 27,000 runners from 78 countries will flood the streets from Dodger Stadium to Santa Monica for the LA Marathon, making social-distancing difficult.
As coronavirus deaths increase, so do death threats.