Grammy Awards Shift To March Due To Pandemic ConditionsThe 2021 Grammy Awards will no longer take place this month in Los Angeles and will broadcast in March due to a recent surge in coronavirus cases and deaths.
Surging COVID Death Toll Straining Southern California MortuariesAs the death toll of COVID victims continued to mount this week, funeral homes in Southern California were turning away bereaved families because they’re running out of space.
COVID: California Taps Army Corps To Help Upgrade Hospital TechCalifornia hospitals ended the year on "the brink of catastrophe," a health official said as the pandemic pushed deaths and sickness to staggering levels and some medical centers scrambled to provide oxygen for the critically ill.
COVID Surge: California Starting To Lose Battle With CoronavirusCalifornia once stood as a model state during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now infections have been racing out of control for weeks, and California has routinely set new records for infections and deaths.
COVID Surge: California Becomes 3rd State to Pass 25,000 Virus DeathsCalifornia became the third state Thursday to surpass 25,000 coronavirus deaths since the start of the pandemic, following New York and Texas.
'Gilligan's Island' Star Dawn Wells Dies Of COVID-19 At Age 82Dawn Wells, best known for portraying the girl-next-door Kansas castaway Mary Ann Summers on the iconic 1960s CBS sitcom "Gilligan's Island," died Wednesday of causes related to COVID-19. She was 82. 
COVID Update: Newsom Urges Californians To Stay Vigilant As Vaccine Arrives; 'Let's Not Run The 90-Yard Dash'Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday marked the arrival of California's first doses of the Pfizer COVID vaccine with enthusiasm, but cautioned residents not to drop their guard against the coronavirus as the state's case number continued to climb.
COVID: L.A. Residents Told To Stay At Home 'As Much As Possible' As New Cases SurgeThe raging coronavirus pandemic has prompted Los Angeles County to impose a lockdown to prevent the caseload from spiraling into a hospital crisis but the order stops short of a full business shutdown that could cripple the holiday sale season.
COVID Travel: Los Angeles Considers Stay-At-Home Order Amid 'Alarming Surge' Before ThanksgivingOfficials in Los Angeles will discuss a possible stay-home order after a spike of coronavirus cases surpassed a threshold set by public health officials to trigger one.
Former San Francisco DA / Police Chief George Gascon Wins Los Angeles District Attorney's RaceLos Angeles voters have elected former San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon to run the nation’s largest prosecutor’s office.
Dodgers Win First World Series Title Since 1988Mookie Betts bolted from third for the go-ahead run on Corey Seager’s infield grounder in the sixth and led off the eighth with a punctuating homer, and the Dodgers beat the Tampa Bay Rays 3-1 in Game 6 to claim their first championship since 1988.
California School Removes Name Of Former Stanford President, Eugenics BackerThe Los Angeles school board has renamed David Starr Jordan High School to simply Jordan High School to remove its association with its namesake, a former Stanford University president and promoter of eugenics.
Rock Guitar Hero Eddie Van Halen Dies Of Cancer At 65Rock legend Eddie Van Halen, a virtuoso guitarist who redefined how the instrument was played with the platinum-selling band he co-founded, has died of cancer at the age of 65.
GOP Targets Democratic-Run California in Election GambleRepublican candidates eager for a turnaround in heavily Democratic California are spotlighting what they see as a dire threat to families and communities — their own state's policies.
'Whip/Nae Nae' Rapper Silento Charged in Attempted Hatchet AttackSilento, the rapper known for "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)," was charged Thursday with trying to hit two people with a hatchet in their home.