Richard Winton, Los Angeles Times

Richard Winton

Los Angeles Times

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Coronavirus cases by community in Los Angeles County

L.A. County has reported 26 coronavirus-related deaths, the most in the state. Here is the number of cases by community, including those with none. → Read More

From closed beaches to shuttered businesses, here's what you can't do this weekend

Coronavirus: From closed beaches to shuttered businesses, here is what you can't do in Southern California this weekend → Read More

Strip club pressured into coronavirus compliance shut downs

Bliss Showgirls, in Avocado Heights off Valley Boulevard, was closed Friday after an uncover sting showed the establishment flouting COVID-19 guidelines. → Read More

L.A. officials text an urgent message: Stay home this weekend to slow coronavirus

L.A. officials deliver urgent message: Stay home this weekend to slow coronavirus → Read More

Firearms activists sue California, L.A. County over gun shop closures tied to coronavirus

Coronavirus: Gun owners sue California, L.A. County over over gun shop closures → Read More

L.A. County closes all beaches, trails to deter crowds flouting coronavirus restrictions

Coronavirus: L.A. County closes all beaches and adjacent trails and facilities to deter crowds flouting restrictions → Read More

L.A. sheriff orders all gun stores closed amid coronavirus shutdown

L.A. sheriff orders all gun stores closed amid coronavirus crackdown → Read More

Rows of tanks? National Guard patrols? Police stops? Officials debunk coronavirus rumors

Naval Base Ventura County explains that tanks seen on a train were part of routine movements, not preparation for the coronavirus. → Read More

Eight Long Beach firefighters test positive for the coronavirus

Coronavirus: 8 Long Beach firefighters test positive → Read More

Amid coronavirus, LAPD isn't ticketing for driving, exercising

While nonessential businesses that say open may face sanctions, the LAPD said rumors it was ticketing people for exercising outdoors are untrue. → Read More

A search for answers in teen's death that may be linked to coronavirus

Coronavirus: Lancaster teenager's father had contracted the virus, although it's not known how. → Read More

L.A. threatens to shut off water, power of businesses breaking coronavirus rules

Los Angeles businesses should expect to get a warning call from prosecutors before the city turns off their water and power, Mayor Eric Garcetti said. → Read More

Sheriff suspends efforts to close L.A. gun stores amid coronavirus restrictions

Sheriff Alex Villanueva confirmed the change in plans on Twitter, saying Gov. Gavin Newsom would determine what qualifies as a nonessential business. → Read More

Coronavirus link suspected in death of Lancaster teen as L.A. County cases top 660

"It's coming," L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti warns, as coronavirus infections surge and state's death toll reaches 55. → Read More

Garcetti warns L.A. coronavirus crisis will get much worse

The mayor said L.A. could be six to 12 days from seeing numbers similar to New York City, where the death toll has dramatically increased. → Read More

Lancaster teenage boy dies of coronavirus; his father is also infected, mayor says

The case could mark the first death of a minor linked to coronavirus in the country. → Read More

Gun stores must close amid coronavirus restrictions, L.A. County sheriff says

Gun shops are nonessential businesses, Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said. → Read More

At least 6 LAPD officers have the coronavirus; 160 law enforcement cases nationwide

The officers who have tested positive for the coronavirus include two of the department's most senior command staff. → Read More

Here is where the California National Guard is being deployed to battle coronavirus

California: Here is where the California National Guard is being deployed to battle virus → Read More

Long Beach reports first COVID-19 fatality as cases rise

A woman in her 50s with an underlying health condition became Long Beach's first fatality as the number of coronavirus infections climbed to 19. → Read More