April 9, 2020
Unemployed Californians will soon get an extra $600 in weekly jobless benefits from a federal stimulus package, but a deluge of new claims amid the coronavirus crisis has the state struggling.
A once bustling and vibrant city has been replaced by closed buildings, lonely streets and sure emptiness. It’s eerie, it’s empty, it’s surreal.
Starting at 6 p.m. Friday, all people in the city of Beverly Hills, including essential workers, are required to wear face coverings when they leave their homes, including for walks.
In New York City’s overwhelmed emergency rooms, doctors are using FaceTime to tell loved ones that family members have died of COVID-19.
Struggling renters need relief if the U.S. is going to avoid the kind of suffering and economic devastation that played out after the Great Recession.
Kaiser will stop or limit services at locations including Los Angeles, San Diego, the Antelope Valley and Orange, Kern and Ventura counties.
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UFC 249 has been canceled after ESPN and parent company Disney stopped UFC president Dana White’s plan to keep fighting amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Guard Johnny Juzang adored UCLA while attending Studio City Harvard-Westlake High, but opted for Kentucky. A year later, he is transferring to UCLA.
From stars Kawhi Leonard and Paul George to reserves Reggie Jackson and newcomer Joakim Noah, health is expected to be a strength for the Clippers.
A spokesman said the British prime minister was ‘moved this evening from intensive care back to the ward, where he will receive close monitoring.’
An Italian centenarian says courage and faith helped her recover from COVID-19, which has often been lethal for the elderly.
New South Wales police board the Ruby Princess, which has become the largest source of coronavirus infections in Australia.