On many days in Los Angeles you can turn a corner and stumble upon a scene from a post-apocalyptic future. But suddenly the waste land isn’t the stuff of the movies anymore. The deserted streets and shuttered businesses are signs of very real life. The people of America’s second-biggest city,
Four suspects were arrested in Saugus Thursday evening after an alleged Los Angeles carjacking, officials said. BREAKING: Multiple suspects are in custody after a reported carjacking in Saugus. KHTS Reporter Michael Brown is live on scene. Posted by KHTS Radio on Thursday, March 19, 2020 Around 4:10 p.m. deputies responded
Orange County had 42 confirmed cases of the coronavirus on Wednesday up from 29 on Tuesday. Orange County Health officer Dr. Nichole Quick said she anticipated that number would increase. “The more we look for this, the more we’re likely to find, so increasing cases are not unexpected,” Quick said.
The Los Angeles County sheriff has reduced the jail population by more than 600 people and is asking officers to cite and release offenders when possible to protect inmates from the coronavirus. As of Monday morning, the inmate population had been reduced from 17,076 to 16,459 since the end of
The German government is set to partially close borders with France, Austria, Denmark, Luxembourg, and Switzerland The US Federal Reserve has slashed interest rates to a target range of 0% to 0.25% and expanded its balance sheet by $700 billion (€630.7 billion) Countries across Europe and Latin America are suspending public life to fight the
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Shoppers are racing to grocery stores to stock up on essential supplies as coronavirus cases continue to rise in the U.S., causing gridlocks in parking lots and inside store aisles. RELATED: Coronavirus Facts And Myths: Expert Says Most People ‘Have Mild Disease, Do Just Fine’ Items
Several local farmers markets will suspend operations because of coronavirus concerns, including those in Beverly Hills, Culver City and the Saturday Torrance market. Other markets such as Hollywood, Pasadena and Santa Monica plan to remain open for now, officials said. Farmers, managers, restaurants and customers are all scrambling to deal
The tulips have come up at Descanso Gardens and many other flowers and flowering trees have also joined the spring party. Visitors to the gardens will enjoy Camellias, irises, lilacs, cherry trees, clivia and daffodils, which are also coming into bloom at the 150-acre botanical oasis. Executive Director Juliann Rooke