Health officials in Los Angeles County report 1 in 140 people are currently infected with COVID-19, sparking concerns as cases continue to rise.
Nearly a thousand people staged a peaceful sit-in outside the Getty House in Windsor Square on Tuesday, which is also known as Mayor Eric Garcetti’s residence.
Mayor Eric Garcetti and the Los Angeles Police Department Chief Michel Moore praised protesters who kept their actions peaceful throughout the weekend and Monday, but said they would not hesitate to arrest looters and rioters.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Tuesday that all retail businesses may reopen for in-person shopping starting Wednesday and that houses of worship can resume, as long as they adopt the county's COVID-19 safety protocols.
The Los Angeles Department of Transportation has started temporarily closing portions of residential streets in an effort to give pedestrians and cyclists more room to travel and protection from motorists during the COVID-19 pandemic, Mayor Eric Garcetti said Friday.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power will not shut off utilities to customers for the rest of the year if they are unable to pay their bills due to financial hardship brought on by the COVID-19pandemic, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Thursday during his daily press briefing.
Mayor Eric Garcetti announced a new program called L.A. Represents on Tuesday during his daily briefing, in partnership with the City Attorney's Office, will provide free legal services to residents of Los Angeles who are suffering due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mayor Garcetti made several announcements on Monday during his daily briefing on the COVID-19 response efforts.
A South LA pastor speaks out about LAPD arresting him on suspicion of stalking outside the mayor’s home Tuesday.
Mayor Eric Garcetti said Friday the COVID-19 Safer at Home orders Los Angeles is under won't be completely lifted May 15 and limiting the orders could be a gradual process through the rest of the year.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has announced coronavirus testing has expanded throughout the city and testing is now available to all residents—whether they are showing symptoms or not.
Mayor Eric Garcetti announced in his Tuesday briefing from the city's Emergency Operations Center that free COVID-19 testing offered through the city will be expanded on Wednesday to include construction workers, regardless of whether they are showing any symptoms.
LA Mayor Eric Garcetti announced during his daily briefing that starting on Tuesday workers in transportation, grocery store workers, ride-hailing service drivers, and those who work in media will be able to apply for a free COVID-19 test through the city's testing portal, even if they do not show symptoms.
Delivering an unusual State of the City address in an unprecedented time of coronavirus social restrictions, Mayor Eric Garcetti on Sunday evening called for stepped-up federal funding for cities while warning that municipal services will be reduced due to spiraling revenue and many city employees will be furloughed for about a month.
A coalition of tenants rights groups held their first "car protest" on Sunday outside the home of Mayor Eric Garcetti, calling for rent to be canceled in the city immediately among other demands.
Mayor Eric Garcetti will deliver his annual State of the City address on Sunday with budget cuts and the coronavirus outbreak expected to be the main topics.
Help is being sent to senior citizens feeling food insecurities during this pandemic.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said Wednesday he doesn't foresee large gatherings, such as sporting events and concerts, happening in the city until 2021, as the region continues to reel from theCOVID-19 pandemic.
Mirroring an action previously announced by Los Angeles County, Mayor Eric Garcetti said on Wednesday all Los Angeles city parks will be closed Saturday evening into Monday to prevent people from gathering on Easter.
Any Los Angeles County resident, not just people at greatest risk from COVID-19, can now apply for a test through the city of Los Angeles, it was announced Monday.