News / February 26, 2021 L.A. County Latinos Still Dying From COVID-19 at Higher Rates Than Other Groups

In Los Angeles County, as in the rest of the nation, people living in low-income neighborhoods and people of color have been disproportionally affected by COVID-19 throughout the pandemic. And while cases and deaths are dropping overall in the county, there remains a large gap between Latinx residents and other groups. When the surge began...

News / February 26, 2021 Read Pasadena Mayor Victor Gordo’s State of the City Address

On Wednesday, Pasadena’s new Mayor, Victor Gordo gave his inaugural State of the City address, albeit virtually due to the ongoing pandemic. Below is his speech: Pasadena has proven to be a resilient city, populated by strong and committed people. By working together, we have overcome economic recessions, earthquakes and a myriad of other community...

News / February 26, 2021 L.A. County COVID-19 Hospitalizations Dip Below 2,000, MIS-C Cases in Children Reach 100

For the first time in three months, the daily number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 in Los Angeles County dropped below 2,000. On Thursday, there were 1,988 people with COVID-19 hospitalized, 30% in the I.C.U. The last time hospitalizations were that low were on Nov. 29 when there were 2,049 hospitalizations reported. “While case and...

News / February 26, 2021 Family Seeking Missing Temple City Woman

Investigators for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department are asking for the public’s help locating 28-year-old Shannon Nichole Burns. She was last on Feb. 25, 2021 at 5:15 p.m., on the 9400 block of Las Tunas Drive, in Temple City.    Burns is Hispanic, 5-foot-2, 110 pounds with brown hair, brown eyes, and with a...

News / February 25, 2021 Quarter of Pasadena Residents Over 16 Have Received At Least One Dose of COVID Vaccine

Data from the Pasadena Public Health Department shows that over the past month, 71% of Pasadena seniors have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Over 30,000 Pasadena residents have received at least one dose, which is one in four residents 16 and older. As of Feb. 23, over 44,000 doses of COVID-19...

News / February 25, 2021 Records Review Shows Additional 806 COVID-19 Deaths During L.A. County’s Winter Surge

Following extensive checks of death records, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health identified an additional 806 COVID-19 -associated deaths that were not initially recorded as COVD-19 deaths. “It is heartbreaking to report on this large number of additional deaths associated with COVID-19 and a devastating reminder of the terrible toll the winter surge...

News / February 25, 2021 L.A. County Restores Funding to Parks and Recreation

Through a motion by Supervisor Kathryn Barger that aims to invest services and programs in Los Angeles County communities, the Board of Supervisors approved the budget restoration of the Department of Parks and Recreation. “After a year of decreased social and physical activity for families across Los Angeles County, our renewed focus on programs, staff,...

News / February 24, 2021 L.A. County Approves ‘Hero Pay’ for Grocery Workers in Unincorporated Areas

On Tuesday, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors passed a temporary ordinance that requires larger grocers and drug retail stores located in the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County to pay their employees no less than $5-per-hour hazard pay in addition to the employee’s base wage. The new temporary “hero pay” ordinance applies only to grocery...

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Read Pasadena Mayor Victor Gordo’s State of the City Address
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Read Pasadena Mayor Victor Gordo’s State of the City Address

On Wednesday, Pasadena’s new Mayor, Victor Gordo gave his inaugural State of the City address, albeit virtually due to the ongoing pandemic. Below is his speech: Pasadena has proven to be a resilient city, populated by strong and committed people. By working together, we have overcome economic recessions, earthquakes and a myriad of other community…

Family Seeking Missing Temple City Woman
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Family Seeking Missing Temple City Woman

Investigators for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department are asking for the public’s help locating 28-year-old Shannon Nichole Burns. She was last on Feb. 25, 2021 at 5:15 p.m., on the 9400 block of Las Tunas Drive, in Temple City.    Burns is Hispanic, 5-foot-2, 110 pounds with brown hair, brown eyes, and with a…

Records Review Shows Additional 806 COVID-19 Deaths During L.A. County’s Winter Surge
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Records Review Shows Additional 806 COVID-19 Deaths During L.A. County’s Winter Surge

Following extensive checks of death records, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health identified an additional 806 COVID-19 -associated deaths that were not initially recorded as COVD-19 deaths. “It is heartbreaking to report on this large number of additional deaths associated with COVID-19 and a devastating reminder of the terrible toll the winter surge…

L.A. County Restores Funding to Parks and Recreation
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L.A. County Restores Funding to Parks and Recreation

Through a motion by Supervisor Kathryn Barger that aims to invest services and programs in Los Angeles County communities, the Board of Supervisors approved the budget restoration of the Department of Parks and Recreation. “After a year of decreased social and physical activity for families across Los Angeles County, our renewed focus on programs, staff,…

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