Flu patient Lynette Delgadillo is speaking out about how her life was changed, all because she missed her flu shot.
“It is spitting in the face of physicians who want the public to stay home,” the consumer watchdog Jamie Court said of Gov. Newsom and California lawmakers.
A UCLA report identifies which L.A. County neighborhoods are most vulnerable to COVID-19 and should get priority in getting a vaccine.
A campaign is underway to persuade Gov. Newsom to name a Latino to fill the Senate seat Kamala Harris is vacating as she becomes vice president.
The iconic novel “To Kill A Mockingbird” is among five books on race that have been temporarily removed from the required reading list in the Burbank Unified School District after complaints from parents.
“These plastics are going to break down in micro-plastics, which are then consumed by everything on this planet, including us.” The impact of the pandemic can be measured in tonnage at landfills and the amount of PPE being washed to the ocean.
The family of a woman who died in a Torrance crash in July have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy they say was driving drunk and speeding.
A startling photo of 15-year old Gracie Muelhberger has inspired a campaign to help troubled teens before they resort to the type of violence that claimed her life.
Beverly Hills police are investigating a suspected hate crime after a group allegedly made pro-Armenia comments while ransacking a restaurant and attacking employees Wednesday night.
A criminal investigation into potential voter intimidation is underway as authorities search for a woman who may have swiped ballots from senior citizens living in South L.A.