Infection and death rates are higher in a community that struggles with underlying health conditions and economic disparities.
- Torrance Sears at Del Amo Fashion Center to shut after 61 years
- LA County beaches will close for July 4 weekend due to coronavirus concerns
- At 2,903, LA County shatters record for daily coronavirus cases; total pushes past 100,000
- Woman in NoHo Trader Joe’s no-mask tirade tells her side of the story
- LA County approves deep-cut budget plan, cutting thousands of positions
- Sacramento’s budget games are both silly and harmful to Californians
- ‘El Segundo for Black Lives’ makes 11 demands of city, school leadership
- 1 in 140 could be infectious, new LA County coronavirus data reveals
- Whittier woman convicted as Mexican Mafia ‘secretary’ learns her fate
- Golden State Killer agrees to plea deal for 13 murders, numerous rapes
- LAUSD remains undecided about schools reopening this fall
- 16 restaurants serving the best Buffalo wings in the South Bay
There will be 1,776 small flags lining the sidewalks along Hawthorne Boulevard at Hesse Park, Ryan Park and City Hall and 44 larger flags on 16-foot tall poles at entrances to the city.
The Golden State Killer – also known as the Original Night Stalker and the East Area Rapist – is suspected of carrying out a dozen-year crime wave beginning in 1974 that included killing at least 13 people and raping more than 50 victims.
Footage of the closed theme parks is being collected 'for future use,' park officials say.