In “A New California", parents, the good news is your kids can still go to summer camp this year.
A look at Los Angeles County courts during the pandemic paints a barren, murky picture.
As schools across the state remain closed and teachers and parents work to navigate distance learning, one academy has it all figured out and could be a model of what’s to come in A New California.
As schools across the state remain closed and teachers and parents work to navigate distance learning, one academy has it all figured out. And it could be a model of what’s to come in a new California.
Houses of worship got the greenlight from Governor Gavin Newsom Monday.
In A New California, we’re continuing the conversation about churches and resuming in-person services. Governor Newsom released guidelines that would allow churches to reopen. Even so, not all houses of worship are eager to get back to normal. In fact, online services could become the new normal.
In A New California, maybe you're anxiously awaiting the reopening of two giant retailers.
In A New California, get ready for a new TSA screening process.
Let the betting begin.
In A New California, let the betting begin. We are less than two days away until a few tribal casinos reopen their doors including Morongo Casino Resort and Spa near Cabezon. If you're planning to go, don't forget a face covering and do expect a new experience.
The busy scene at the Agoura Hills Hand Car Wash Tuesday tells the story: people missed the car wash.
LA's car culture-- and the future of the car wash! How cleaning and disinfecting your car will never be the same.
Your next Uber or Lyft is going to be a much different experience than you remember. Marla Tellez continues her series in A New California.Tonight, looking at how COVID-19 is changing ride sharing.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought Hollywood to a screeching halt. The film industry alone is taking an estimated $10 billion dollar hit so far.
It’s only a matter of time until we’ll be able to step foot inside a retail store, but the experience will be different.
“A New California" looks at new health screening technology that you could soon experience at major venues locally and nationwide.
In A New California tonight takes a look at new health screening technology that you could soon experience at major venues locally. So imagine, you've arrived at Staples Center or LAX, and before you're allowed in or cleared to fly, you have to get your temperature checked to make sure you're healthy. That's where Detectwise comes in.
We're focused on fitness, specifically, 24 Hour Fitness.
Back to school in “A New California” will look and feel different for college students come this Fall.
In tonight's A New California, we're looking ahead to the fall semester. How is COVID-19 changing the college on-campus experience? University officials everywhere are planning for an altered school year one way or the other.