Good evening. I’m Diya Chacko, and it’s Wednesday, March 25. Here’s what’s happening with the coronavirus outbreak in California, in Washington and beyond. Newsletter Get our free Coronavirus Today newsletter Sign up for the latest news, best stories and what they mean for you, plus answers to your questions. You
Tough social distancing measures to stamp out the coronavirus’ spread may need to last two or three months in California, Gov. Gavin Newsom suggested on Monday, in a drastic contrast with President Donald Trump, who just minutes earlier had predicted the U.S. economy could reopen for business in weeks, not
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti updated Angelenos Sunday evening online and on television about the city’s latest efforts to curtail the COVID-19 virus, which included more public area closures as a means of social distancing. Garcetti told the public he understood how fast the changes have been coming because of
Officials with the Los Angeles County have implemented further restrictions in an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus, prohibiting nonessential gatherings of any size within the county, including Santa Clarita. On Saturday night, officials with the Los Angeles County announced stricter guidelines to the “Safer at Home” order
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.