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Long Beach Convention Center Will Shelter Up To 1,000 Migrant Children. Here's What You Need To Know

The Long Beach City Council has approved a plan to convert the Long Beach Convention Center into a temporary shelter for up to 1,000 unaccompanied migrant children.

LA Parking Tickets Are Back After A Pandemic Hiatus. Here's What You Need To Know.

As COVID-19 cases go down, parking enforcement goes up.

PHOTOS: LA's New Backyard 'Granny Flat' Plans Are Home Design Eye Candy

The city of LA wants to incentivize homeowners to build units in their back yards by offering them some truly beautiful pre-approved designs.

Britney Spears' Conservatorship Case Is Complicated. Here's What You Need To Know.

A new documentary about the #FreeBritney movement is generating renewed support for the popstar.

LA Congresswoman Karen Bass Says Trump Should Be Kicked Out Of Office: 'The Nation Is In Danger Every Day That He Is In The White House'

Bass on invoking the 25th Amendment: "The best thing to happen would be for Vice President Pence to call the cabinet together and kick him out."

PHOTOS: Clashes In Downtown LA, As Trump Supporters Turn Out In Solidarity With US Capitol Extremists

As a mob of Donald Trump supporters stormed a joint-session of Congress, triggering chaos and violence, another group took to the streets of downtown L.A. in solidarity.

LA County Makes 10-Day Travel Quarantine 'Mandatory.' But What Does That Really Mean?

"I think it's extremely difficult to enforce this," one doctor told us.

Not Enough Nurses: Even With Hazard Pay California Hospitals Face Fierce Competition For Fill-Ins

"There are more orders for traveling nurses than I've ever seen. And I've been doing this for 17 years."

Should You Have To Be Over 25 To Become A Police Officer? Or Have A College Degree? A New California Bill Would Require It

The bill was introduced last week by Democratic State Assemblyman Reggie Jones Sawyer, who represents Los Angeles.

How Safe Is Holiday Shopping? Or Going To The Dentist? A Virologist Helps Us Evaluate Personal Risk, During The Winter Coronavirus Surge

As the numbers go from bad to worse, how do we carry on carrying on...while still being safe/responsible citizens?

The U.S. Citizenship Test Just Got Harder. Would You Pass?

The new U.S. citizenship test that took effect Tuesday includes 28 more potential questions for applicants -- questions that are both more subjective and more difficult than before.

Tired Of Your Neighborhood Walk? Try Someone Else's

We tried this audio theater experience in Atwater Village. And it delivered.

Activists Hit The Streets Of Downtown LA To Celebrate Jackie Lacey's Potential Defeat, And Protest Trump's Claims Of Victory

"We've been here for more than three years chanting 'Jackie Lacey must go!' Today we're celebrating that Jackie Lacey will go in very short order."

LA Twitter Mourns Loss Of The Weirdly Named Cugurt

Your unsettling name will live on in our hearts.

For Restaurants Trying To Ditch Delivery Apps, The Struggle Is Real

Steep commissions. Marketing fees. Concerns about safety. No wonder restaurants have issues with food delivery apps.

Dov Charney's New Company Ordered To Close After Coronavirus Outbreak Infects More Than 300 Workers

The company repeatedly violated orders from the Los Angeles Department of Public Health.

Which California Campgrounds Are Open This Summer?

Camping might be one of the best activities for social distancing.

Activists Tore Down A Statue Of Junipero Serra In Solidarity With Black Lives Matter

"Here, in what is currently known as California, the legacy of slavery was operationalized by and linked to the Mission system."

14 Ways To Celebrate Juneteenth In LA

It's a good time to celebrate the end of slavery.

Palmdale Protesters Say Robert Fuller's Death Was A Lynching, Ask State To Investigate

The Antelope Valley NAACP says the grieving family deserves to know if foul play was involved.

Simi Valley Councilman Apologizes For Facebook Post Calling For Protesters To Be Hosed Down

The councilman later removed the post and told CBS News that it was a joke.

PHOTOS: Here's What LA's Reopened Beaches Looked Liked Last Week

Were people following the rules? Sort of.

LA County Beaches Are Open Again. But Is It Safe To Go?

We asked some doctors. Here's what they told us.

The Battle Of The Beaches. A Look At Huntington Beach On Saturday

Here's what the scene looked like on Saturday, May 2, after Gov. Newsom ordered the Orange County beaches to close.

Local Airbnb Hosts Struggle With Cancelled Reservations And Empty Properties

With Airbnb reservations cancelled during the pandemic, many hosts are suffering huge financial losses, unless they can find monthly renters.

PHOTOS: Anti-Lockdown Protesters (Small In Number) Rally At LA City Hall From The Safety Of Their Cars

Protestors honk from their cars and wave signs to protest local stay-at-home orders.

How To Speak LA: Your Guide To The City's Most Debated And Mispronounced Words

How do you say "Los Feliz" or "Angeleno"? Let's take a tour through some of L.A.'s most confounding names.

Photos: Here's What LA's Hip Hop Scene Looked Like Through The Years

Estevan Oriol has taken some of the most iconic photos of L.A.'s hip hop scene, some of which are now part of a show at the Annenberg Space for Photography.

Anaheim Police Officer Fired For Involvement in Fatal Shooting

Two officers fired their weapons at the suspect's car a total of 76 times, according to the Orange County district attorney's report.

Long Beach Has Alarmingly High Rates Of HIV And Other STDs

The rate of new HIV infections in Long Beach is twice as high as in California. Here's what the city is planning to do about it.

Why Some LA County Social Workers Don't Want People To Know Where They Work

A new HBO documentary about foster care is telling their stories.

LA's First Two-Way Bike Lane Arrives Downtown

The lane runs downtown along Spring Street, between 3rd and 9th.

An (Instagram) Field Guide to LA's Trees

Los Angeles is home to one of the most diverse urban forests in the world.

Metro Admits To Painting Over Historic LA Mural

They said it was part of a freeway beautification program...

Here's What Happened Inside Nipsey Hussle's Memorial At Staples Center

The official service is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 12 p.m at Staples Center.

LACMA's New Building Design Has Some People Mad -- But Not Brad Pitt Or Diane Keaton

The $650 million dollar design has been called a travesty and compared to a cartoon antler.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Is Over, But West Covina Lives On

West Covina is moving on from its Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.

LA Is Getting A New Music Festival With An All-Female Lineup

Because the other music festivals can't get it together.

Randy's Donuts Is About To Get A Hole Lot Bigger

A casino mogul snagged the iconic donut shop for a mere $2 million -- and he's turning it into an international donut empire.

Randy's Donuts Is About To Get A Hole Lot Bigger

How the lawyer/casino mogul who snagged Randy's for a mere $2 million is turning the iconic donut shop into a lucrative international franchise.

LA's Uber and Lyft Drivers Are Striking For Livable Wages

They're urging the public to use public transportation until 1 a.m.

Michael Avenatti, AKA Stormy Daniels' (Former) LA Lawyer, Is Arrested On Fraud And Extortion Charges

The charges involve college basketball, a failing coffee chain and good old tax fraud.

Dear LAist: Why Aren't There More One-Way Streets In LA?

We can blame the streetcars...and ourselves.

'The World Is A Swamp': Your Reactions To The College Admissions Scandal

After reading all of the think pieces, memes, and profiles, we still couldn't stop thinking about this story. And turns out, neither could you.

Are You A Rideshare Driver In LA? Tell Us Where You Eat

Are you an Uber or Lyft driver based in the L.A. area? If so, where do you eat?

That Time Every Influencer In LA Took The Same Photo With Wildflowers

We looked at all the super bloom photos on Instagram so you don't have to.