Los Angeles, CA Coronavirus Updates and News for September 21st


Los Angeles, CA. |
5 hours

One night 30 years ago, a plumber named George Holliday broke a record and changed Los Angeles forever.

In this March 28, 1991 archive photo, George Holliday, the man who videotaped the black motorist Rodney King's beating of four police officers in Los Angeles, holds his camera after a press conference in Los Angeles.  Holliday has died of COVID-19

In this March 28, 1991 archive photo, George Holliday, the man who videotaped the black motorist Rodney King’s beating of four police officers in Los Angeles, holds his camera after a press conference in Los Angeles. Holliday has died of COVID-19 (AP Photo / Craig Fujii, File)

LOS ANGELES, CA-George Holliday, the plumber who filmed the most infamous video in Los Angeles history, has died 61 years after complications of COVID-19 …. Read More


Los Angeles, CA. |
13 hours

After weathering yet another summer rise of COVID-19, the most populous state returned to having the lowest case rate in the United States

CALIFORNIA – While California endured another terrible wave of coronavirus over the summer, the state returned to having the lowest case rate in the final weeks of the season. … Read more


Studio City, CA. |
7 hours

About 76% of eligible residents have received one shot of COVID-19 vaccine, as deadlines for workplace and customer vaccine requirements threaten

LOS ANGELES, CA-COVID-19 hospital admissions continued to decline Monday in Los Angeles County, while health officials again reported generally high compliance with corporate safety restrictions, despite some dropouts in the enforcement of mask-bearing requirements …. Read more


Culver City, CA. |
10 hours

After a one-year hiatus in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Culver City Exchange Club’s annual car show returns on October 2nd.

CULVER CITY, CA-After a one-year hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Culver City Exchange Club plans to once again host the popular Culver City “Crusin ‘Back to the 50s” Car Show …. Read More


Throughout America, USA |
20 hours

An FDA panel voted to recommend booster shots to Americans 65 and older and certain high-risk groups. Consumer reports share what you need to know.

Consumer Reports has no relationship with advertisers on this site. By Kevin Loria / Consumer Reports … Read More

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