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The increase has prompted hospitals in the region to begin to prepare for a surge of sick patients, according to the director of the Orange County Health Care Agency.
Gov. Gavin Newsom warned Californians about growing wildfire dangers and described changes to evacuation protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Fines can range from $250 to $10,000 for businesses in Yolo County, depending on the "gravity of public health risk posed by the violation," and individuals can be fined from $25 to $500.
The Los Angeles County district attorney's office filed new counts against former USC gynecologist George Tyndall, who was arrested last year.
Jerry Lewis, a popular 1990s rapper known by the moniker Madd Head, was shot and killed Sunday night in the parking lot of a market in Gardena.
Last school year, you might have spent weeknights in a study room with poor circulation, surrounded by friends as you crammed for exams.
California's state housing agency is not exercising adequate oversight of mobile home parks in California, according to a new state audit.
Sheriff's investigators have concluded that Robert Fuller, whose body was found hanging from a tree in Palmdale last month, died by suicide, saying a thorough investigation found no signs of foul play and showed the 24-year-old had previously expressed suicidal behavior.
California university administrators discuss the on-campus experience that could await students this fall.
A supply shortage forces San Bernardino to cancel hundreds of COVID-19 testing appointments. Officials hope to resume testing next week.
If you're having second thoughts about a dorm room or off-campus apartment you signed up for, you may have options. Here are ways to potentially get out of your lease or cancel your contract.
Authorities said they believe Pop Smoke posted his location on social media and that is how his assailants found him.
It'll be harder than usual to stay engaged on campus because of the coronavirus. Here are some tips for making connections and feeling like part of a campus community while reducing your risk.
'Making sure we don't have to go farther and close more businesses requires an individual commitment of each and every one of us,' Mayor Garcetti says.
An outbreak of coronavirus infections tied to fraternity parties is imperiling the prospect of in-person classes at UC Berkeley this fall.
The Ventura County Sheriff's Office said Lake Piru will remain closed as the search for Naya Rivera continues.
Hollywood Premier sued by resident's daughter.
Since the coronavirus outbreak began, a growing number of L.A. public officials have seen their homes become the target of protesters.
As the coronavirus surges in California, experts have said indoor dining and drinking pose more significant public health risks than other activities.
Unlike earlier in the year, most hospitals are not proactively canceling elective surgeries, even in some places seeing spikes in coronavirus patients.