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El martes fue el segundo día más concurrido en los centros de vacunación de la ciudad, dijo el alcalde de Los Ángeles, Eric Garcetti, y... [Read More]
The golf star was seriously injured in a crash Tuesday in Rancho Palos Verdes. [Read More]
The blaze erupted just after 4:30 a.m. at an industrial complex in Compton. No injuries have been reported. [Read More]
Although hospitalizations are down, the county is reporting 10 additional cases of MIS-C in children. [Read More]
The backlog of coronavirus-related fatalities, most of which occurred in December and January, was discovered following extensive checks of death records. [Read More]
Tuesday was the second-busiest day at city-run vaccination sites, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti said, and doses are expected to improve in coming weeks. [Read More]
The road where Tiger Woods crashed has been notorious for decades. Now officials vowing to fix... [Read More]
Preventing infection is an issue in the recovery of Tiger Woods since bone broke skin during his car accident. [Read More]
There is a new push to examine safety issues on Hawthorne Boulevard on the Palos Verdes Peninsula after Tiger Woods was seriously hurt in a... [Read More]
After car crash, Tiger Woods is 'awake, responsive and recovering' following surgery on his leg, foot and ankle, according to statement. [Read More]
City-run vaccination sites were open again after severe winter weather delayed supply shipments last week. [Read More]
Daily coronavirus case counts are tumbling in Los Angeles County, even as it nears 20,000 cumulative COVID-19 deaths. [Read More]
Several counties could be eligible to resume indoor operations as they move into the less-restrictive red tier, but don't expect changes in L.A. County anytime... [Read More]
Long Beach, which has its own public health agency, began vaccinating teachers in January and plans to reopen schools for youngest pupils March 29. [Read More]
With 92,000 doses of the vaccine now en route to Los Angeles, the city will be able to resume operations Tuesday, officials said. [Read More]
Cervical cancer screenings among Southern California women dropped 80% during the first stay-at-home order, a study found. Experts are sounding the alarm about the ramifications... [Read More]
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