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Mural dedicated to essential workers thanks them for their service during pandemic

A new project in Westlake area by MacArthur Park was unveiled this week to thank essential workers for their contributions during the pandemic. → Read More

Non-profit feeds 400 people in Skid Row every weekend

Despite many struggles the pandemic has caused, one non-profit has continued to show up for those experiencing homelessness every weekend. → Read More

TikTok star helps woman on Skid Row get permanent housing

A local jewelry designer went viral on TikTok after helping a woman on Skid Row get permanent housing. → Read More

Silver Lake residents want relaxed street parking to return

The Silver Lake Neighborhood Council recently voted to send a letter to Garcetti asking him to reinstate relaxed parking. → Read More

This nonprofit feeds 1,000 undocumented families a week

Many undocumented workers don't qualify for COVID-19 relief. One nonprofit in the Arts District is helping those families in need. → Read More

Street vendor gives away more than 100 free meals weekly in East Hollywood

A street vendor in East Hollywood is giving back despite his own personal struggles throughout the pandemic. → Read More

Grand Central Market kicks off Halloween with safe trick-or-treating

Trick-or-treat! Vendors brought Halloween to Grand Central Market a few days early. → Read More

Check out Freeform's Halloween Road drive-thru experience in Montecito Heights

Safely trick-or-treat down Freeform's Halloween Road! → Read More

How your community can lose money when you don't fill out the census

How much money is at stake when you don't fill out the census? Here's a breakdown. → Read More

Study shows most poll workers are over age 60, at risk for COVID

LA County might see a shortage of poll workers if the majority stays home due to COVID-19. → Read More

Restaurants in Chinatown suffering due to coronavirus

Chinatown restaurant and business owners are suffering as the coronavirus pandemic grows. → Read More

Kobe fans paid their respects by visiting murals around LA dedicated to Kobe and Gianna Bryant

Only 20,000 people secured tickets at Staples Center for Kobe and Gianna Bryant's memorial service. Dedicated fans that couldn't get into the service visited Kobe and Gianna murals around LA to pay their respects. → Read More

Robot Sushi: This machine makes 700 pieces of sushi per hour

The Suzumo sushi machines at the Japanese Food Expo showed attendees that you don't need a sushi chef to make the perfect piece of sushi. → Read More

This Mochi Shop in Little Tokyo Is 117 Years Old!

Fugetsu-Do Confectionary is the oldest shop in Little Tokyo, 117 years old, and works around the clock during the holiday season to fill the orders. → Read More

Community Journalists share tips on how to save money in SoCal

Here are some ways that ABC7's Community Journalists are saving money living in costly Southern California. → Read More

Check out these secret menu items at Monty's Good Burger in Echo Park

Here are three secret menu items at Monty's Good Burger in Echo Park. → Read More

Saddleridge Fire: Tips to avoid breathing in harmful smoke and ash amid unhealthy air quality

Though the Saddleridge Fire may have cooled down in some areas, the smoke and air quality remains unsafe across the San Fernando Valley. → Read More

Beacon restaurant and café in Echo Park finds sustainable solutions

Beacon restaurant and café in Echo Park make sustainability a priority. → Read More

Living their Dream: Couple quits jobs to start pink coffee cart in Echo Park

This young couple quit their jobs to start their own business: a pink coffee cart in Echo Park. → Read More

Koreatown photo shop owner thanks Kacey Musgraves for social media help

Country superstar Kacey Musgraves brought national attention to a struggling family-owner photo shop in Koreatown. → Read More