28% of Metro County Metro employees have not yet shown COVID vaccine evidence

More than a quarter of LA County Metro employees have yet to show evidence that they have been vaccinated against COVID-19, despite the transportation authority imposing a recent deadline on workers to get shots or risk a possible layoff. The latest figures from Metro show that 72% of its employees have shown that they have … Read more

Vaccinated college student returning to LA County confirmed as 2nd case of omicron variant

Another case of the omicron COVID-19 variant was confirmed in Los Angeles County, officials reported Monday. The infected person is a university student who returned to the region after traveling on vacation on the East Coast. The person is fully vaccinated, has mild symptoms and is self-isolating, LA health officials said in a press release. … Read more

Officials advise on unhealthy air quality in LA County due to smoke from forest fires

Smoke from forest fires in southern California prompted health officials on Saturday to issue a warning about unhealthy air quality and advise the public to take the necessary precautions to protect themselves. The south coast of Los Angeles, southeast LA County, the Pomona-Walnut Valley, southern San Gabriel Valley and south central LA County are areas … Read more

These are the ‘cheapest’ homes for sale in the most expensive zip codes in LA, OC

Los Angeles and Orange counties are home to some of the most expensive real estate in the United States, accounting for nearly a quarter of the records on a recent list of the most expensive zip codes. Of the 100 zip codes with the most expensive median sales prices, these two counties alone accounted for … Read more

Fast COVID test site opens at LAX international terminal amid omicron concerns

Los Angeles County opened a rapid coronavirus test site at the international terminal in LAX on Friday, a day after health officials reported the county’s first detected case of the omicron variant. The new site will offer voluntary antigen testing to international travelers, and workers will let them know they must comply with federal quarantine … Read more

1st case of omicron variant discovered in LA County

The first detected case of the omicron COVID variant has been discovered in Los Angeles County, health officials announced Thursday. The person returned to LA County after traveling to South Africa via London on November 22, and the infection is “most likely travel-related,” the Department of Public Health said in a press release. The infected … Read more

Where to see snow in LA County 2021

Adventure Park – 10130 Gunn Avenue, Whittier, CA 90605 – (562) 698-7645❄️Snow Event: December 4th | 12-16 Allen J. Martin Park – 14830 E. Giordano St., La Puente, CA 91744 – (626) 918-5263❄️Snow Event: December 10 | 16-20 Amigo Park – 5700 Juarez Ave, Whittier, CA 90606 – (562) 908-4702❄️Snow Event: December 11 | 12-16 … Read more

The Omicron variant relates to quick warnings in California

Although no cases of the omicron coronavirus variant have been identified in the United States so far, health officials in California and Los Angeles County are warning of the worrying new variant. “There are currently no cases in the United States; But based on other variants, it’s only a matter of time before Omicron is … Read more

Strong winds knock trees over SoCal under red flag warning

Strong and damaging winds swept through Southern California on Thursday, knocking down trees and mating in dry conditions to create dangerous fire weather. The strongest winds were expected through Thanksgiving morning. The KTLA received images of felled trees in several cities, including the San Fernando Valley, North Hollywood, Santa Ana and Ontario. In North Hollywood, … Read more

More than 57,000 SoCal Edison customers without power on Thanksgiving during dangerous fires

More than 57,000 Southern California Edison were without power on Thanksgiving Day as the region experienced dangerous firefighting conditions with widespread strong and devastating winds. The public safety power outages are intended to prevent the electrical system from triggering a forest fire that can spread rapidly under the dry, windy conditions. A small percentage of … Read more