News / July 9, 2020 Trash, Illegal Fires Pose Health Concerns for L.A. County Beachgoers

Visitors reminded to ‘pack in, pack out’ their trash To the record numbers of beachgoers descending on Los Angeles County’s iconic beaches, the Department of Beaches and Harbors (DBH) has a message regarding your trash: pack in, pack out. Since late May, nearly 8 million people have visited the beach—a 60% increase over the same time...

News / July 9, 2020 L.A. County is Cracking Down on Price Gouging

The Board of Supervisors unanimously approved an urgency ordinance Tuesday to strengthen protections for consumers and small businesses and to crack down on price gouging during the COVID-19 pandemic and other emergencies, in response to a motion by Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas. The ordinance, which immediately went into effect, authorizes the filing of civil actions against price gougers at the...

News / July 9, 2020 Essential Workers Keep Spirits High Despite Virus Surge

Locally, Trader Joe’s in Monrovia and other grocery stores had some employees test positive Without the luxury of sheltering at home as some have experienced these past few months, essential workers are experiencing unprecedented levels of stress and anxiety, according to mental health experts. This of course includes the massively overburdened frontline health care workers....

Crime / July 8, 2020 Pasadena Police Seek Shooting Suspect Who Injured Two 7-Year-Olds

Early Tuesday morning, shots rang out on Lincoln Avenue in Pasadena. A gunman shot several rounds at a Pasadena apartment unit with a woman and six children inside. While not hit by bullets, the two boys received minor injuries: one 7-year-old by some broken glass while another child, also 7, sustained an injury during a...

News / July 7, 2020 L.A. County Announces $400K in Funding to Support COVID-19 Testing Sites

As part of its commitment to ensure access to testing during a critical new phase of the epidemic, Los Angeles County has committed $400,000 in one-time bridge funding to support staffing-related costs at COVID-19 testing sites operated by CORE within the City of Los Angeles.   The County’s contribution to CORE will help support their current...

News / July 7, 2020 Air Quality Once Again Unhealthy for Sensitive Individuals in Parts of Los Angeles County

According to the South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD) forecast, air quality will be unhealthy for sensitive groups and individuals Tuesday in the following areas: East San Gabriel Valley. San Gabriel Mountains. Santa Clarita Valley. West and East San Fernando Valley. Los Angeles County Health Officer, Muntu Davis, advises people living or working in these areas...

News / July 7, 2020 Pasadena Police Respond to Claims That Constitutional Rights Were Violated

The City of Pasadena received two claims from an attorney asserting that the Constitutional rights of two people were violated by Pasadena Police officers when they searched an apartment after responding to a call. The Pasadena Police Department (PPD) is releasing officer body worn camera and a 911 recording of the incident. The recordings detail...

News / July 6, 2020 Unhealthy Air Quality Declared Due to Smoke from the Soledad Fire

According to the South Coast Air Quality Management District, smoke from the Soledad Fire burning in the region has caused unhealthy air quality in the San Gabriel Mountains and Santa Clarita Valley. “It is difficult to tell where smoke, ash or soot from a fire will go, or how winds will affect the level of these...

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Trash, Illegal Fires Pose Health Concerns for L.A. County Beachgoers
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Trash, Illegal Fires Pose Health Concerns for L.A. County Beachgoers

Visitors reminded to ‘pack in, pack out’ their trash To the record numbers of beachgoers descending on Los Angeles County’s iconic beaches, the Department of Beaches and Harbors (DBH) has a message regarding your trash: pack in, pack out. Since late May, nearly 8 million people have visited the beach—a 60% increase over the same time…

L.A. County is Cracking Down on Price Gouging
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L.A. County is Cracking Down on Price Gouging

The Board of Supervisors unanimously approved an urgency ordinance Tuesday to strengthen protections for consumers and small businesses and to crack down on price gouging during the COVID-19 pandemic and other emergencies, in response to a motion by Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas. The ordinance, which immediately went into effect, authorizes the filing of civil actions against price gougers at the…

Essential Workers Keep Spirits High Despite Virus Surge
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Essential Workers Keep Spirits High Despite Virus Surge

Locally, Trader Joe’s in Monrovia and other grocery stores had some employees test positive Without the luxury of sheltering at home as some have experienced these past few months, essential workers are experiencing unprecedented levels of stress and anxiety, according to mental health experts. This of course includes the massively overburdened frontline health care workers….

Air Quality Once Again Unhealthy for Sensitive Individuals in Parts of Los Angeles County
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Air Quality Once Again Unhealthy for Sensitive Individuals in Parts of Los Angeles County

According to the South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD) forecast, air quality will be unhealthy for sensitive groups and individuals Tuesday in the following areas: East San Gabriel Valley. San Gabriel Mountains. Santa Clarita Valley. West and East San Fernando Valley. Los Angeles County Health Officer, Muntu Davis, advises people living or working in these areas…

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