County public health officials said Friday they've ordered the continued closure of LA Apparel's manufacturing facilities in South Los Angeles, announcing that more than 300 workers have been confirmed with the coronavirus and four have died.
Mayor Eric Garcetti on Friday reminded the public that gatherings of any size, outside of those in your immediate household, remain prohibited in Los Angeles.
It’s called the ICE Citizen Academy, which has caused quite the stir in Chicago. Immigration advocates are calling it an attempt to train people to snitch on undocumented immigrants.
Twelve homicides were reported in the Los Angeles Police Department's South Bureau between June 7 and July 4, a 140% increase from the previous 28 days, the department reported Wednesday.
District Attorney Jackie Lacey announced Thursday that additional charges involving five new alleged victims have been filed against former University of Southern California gynecologist George Tyndall, who's accused of sexually assaulting more than 20 young women.
Five people have been arrested in connection to rapper Pop Smoke’s murder including two minors, the Los Angeles Police Department said Thursday.
Protesters outside of the Hall of Justice called for District Attorney Jackie Lacey's resignation along with answers in the shooting death of Andres Guardado.
The LAPD received a "higher than normal" number of sick calls over the holiday weekend, and officials are investigating if the absences were due to the 'Blue Flu.'
The start of school is just six weeks away for many students in Southern California, but despite the looming start date, many districts are still unsure about their own reopening plans.
Councilman Gil Cedillo's office provided funding on Tuesday for 200 loads of laundry and detergent at Desi's Coin Laundry for low-income families living in his district.
BlaqHaus serves irresistible soul food in North Hollywood and its owner is doing everything she can to offer affordable prices while keeping its doors open amid the pandemic and rolled back reopening guidelines.
The Laugh Factory is sending a serious message as it unveiled a 148-foot-long mural Tuesday as a tribute to Black Lives Matter.
At Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles, staff members are using simulations to practice treatments for coronavirus patients.
Ex-Los Angeles City Councilman Mitch Englander pleaded guilty Tuesday to a federal criminal charge for obstructing an investigation into whether he took cash, escort services and other gifts from a businessman involved in major real estate development projects in the city.
LAUSD Superintendent, Austin Beutner, made a short announcement Monday discussing the possibilities for students in the fall, and some parents are concerned.
Five people were injured, including three seriously, in a Fourth of July fire that spread through a pair of apartments in Northridge, authorities said Sunday.
Nick Cordero's fight had consisted of a leg amputation and multiple mini-strokes while battling several other maladies.
A Koreatown man tells FOX 11 he has been reinfected with COVID-19 for a second time after he attended several Black Lives Matter protests last month, and while he remembers being concerned about being in the crowds, he doesn’t know if the protests were the source of his most recent infection.
The first A Bridge Home shelter in the San Fernando Valley, which opened today in North Hollywood with the support of "Jeopardy!'' host Alex Trebek, has 85 beds for homeless people to help them transition to permanent supportive housing.
As bars and beaches close and establishments face restrictions, CHP officials are reviewing permits for protests this upcoming weekend.