Fireworks kill on average 40 people per year. More than 3,000 people are hospitalized. More than half of those victims are children. If you have a tip about illegal fireworks in your neighborhood contact https://complaint.lacity.org/Complaint/fireworks/ or https://www.lacrimestoppers.org/ and submit your information
When you are eating at a restaurant, plan to wear a face covering when you are not eating. You can expect limited seating, sanitizing stations, servers with face coverings and potential symptom checks.
Beginning Friday, June 12 the following are permitted to reopen/resume: gyms and fitness centers, museums, galleries, hotels for leisure, day camps and their pools, film, TV and music production, stadiums and arenas (without spectators)
CVS Pharmacy is bringing #COVID19 testing to our community. Testing is critical to managing the spread of the virus and finding a path to safely reopen the economy. For more information and to book an appointment, please visit: https://www.cvs.com/minuteclinic/covid-19-testing.
News about the effect of sunlight on the virus, how to avoid scams, DMV Virtual Offices, DWP assistance and more.
Find out what to expect with drive through testing, locate your stimulus check, plan to listen to the State of the City Address and consider how you can help.
This week's news includes face mask requirements, park closure for Easter, domestic violence assistance, additional $600 for unemployment, how to volunteer from home for the census and dogs working from home.
The County has closed beaches, beach bike paths, bathrooms, piers, promenades and trails. The City has closed all outdoor sports amenities — including skate parks, tennis courts, baseball fields, and basketball courts. Parks still remain open for walking or running; however, when at a park for any reason, Angelenos must maintain a distance of at least six feet between individuals at all times. Restrooms accessible to the outdoors will remain open during regular operating hours.