April 3, 2020
Hospitals and other facilities preparing for coronavirus confront empty promises and scams as they try to buy masks and other protective equipment.
These are some of the unusual new scenes across the Southland in the age of the coronavirus outbreak.
COVID-19 testing in Los Angeles County is available by appointment only at three new drive-up sites in Palmdale, Pomona and Redondo Beach.
With stars rarely stepping outside, paparazzi struggle for shots of Jennifer Garner on a stroll or Christian Bale riding a scooter.
The federal government’s $350-billion coronavirus bailout for small businesses, which was supposed to start Friday, ran into confusion and delays.
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A magnitude 4.9 earthquake strikes Friday evening eight miles from Palm Springs. The shaking could be felt around Los Angeles.
News stations have had to adapt quickly to the new normal of programming news while adhering to government mandates designed to stop the spread of the virus.
Singer-songwriter Bill Withers, who died Monday, was remembered fondly Friday by celebrities who had made his tunes the soundtrack to their memories.
Closures effect areas in the Angeles National Forest and San Gabriel Mountains National Monument
Seventy University of Texas students went to Cabo San Lucas for spring break. Twenty-eight caught the coronavirus.
With many homeless services shuttered, an activist in the East Bay has organized food and medical supplies for people sleeping on the street and at risk of coronavirus.
HBO is providing complimentary binge-watching options, including “The Sopranos,” “Succession,” “Veep” and “Barry,” during the coronavirus shut-in.
There will be thousands, maybe even millions, of sick parents unable to care for their young children. And there are no easy solutions.
Gloria Leon, a 41-year veteran of Nate ’n Al’s, the Beverly Hills delicatessen, found herself without a job after the closure of the restaurant amid the coronavirus outbreak — but then offers from rival delis rolled in.
Newscasts on local stations including KCBS, KCAL and Fox 11 have instituted changes to broadcasts, including allowing anchors and reporters to work from home and incorporating social distancing
After nearly 30 years as the LA Times’ chief film critic, Kenneth Turan steps back from weekly duties with a list of 14 time-tested classics to get movie fans through the hardest of times.
SiriusXM has launched She’s So Funny, a new comedy channel featuring star female comics Amy Schumer, Tiffany Haddish, Whoopi Goldberg, Ali Wong and others.
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Dieter Ruehle, the organist for the Dodgers and Kings, is having a tough time living through the sports famine, but he has a secret coping mechanism.
Kevin Demoff, Rams chief operating officer, said he’s optimistic SoFi Stadium will be finished on schedule but was not ready to absolutely commit to a date when it will be ready
With high school campuses closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the California Interscholastic Federation decided Friday to cancel the spring sports season.
Coronavirus anxiety is running high on Navajo Nation — a sprawling reservation of 175,000 residents, scarce supplies and resources, and only four inpatient hospitals. Cases are soaring, and at least two already have died.
Treating patients with “moderate” COVID-19 is a way to stop the disease from progressing to a severe stage that would require mechanical ventilation.
After appearing to have the virus under control, Singapore, Vietnam and Hong Kong are imposing new controls as COVID-19 infections continue to rise.
Southern California in photos
Los Angeles Times’ visual coverage of the coronavirus pandemic
As we all adjust to our new lives under the umbrella of the coronavirus, Los Angeles Times photographer Luis Sinco gives us a look at downtown Los Angeles with the spotlight on Broadway.
Airline service in the United States is teetering on the brink of collapse, with near-empty planes and coronavirus outbreaks that have left some air traffic control towers empty.
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