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2022 LA County Homeless Count Postponed to Feb. 22-24 Due to COVID
January 14, 2022
The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority announced today that its annual homeless count will be postponed one month due to the surge in COVID-19 cases, now taking place Feb. ... read more »
Metro To Close North Hollywood Bike Share Stations For 6-8 Weeks
January 14, 2022
 Metro's 23 dockless bike-share stations in North Hollywood will temporarily close for six to eight weeks starting Monday as the agency transitions them into 12 stations with docks. ... read more »
Council President Nury Martinez Launches Equity, Performance Management and Innovation Division, Appoints Malaika Billups to Lead
January 13, 2022
Los Angeles City Council President Nury Martinez launched the new Equity, Performance Management and Innovation Division within the City Administrative Officer’s (CAO) office on January 12. ... read more »
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Senator Sydney Kamlager officially announces campaign to succeed Karen Bass in Congress
January 12, 2022
 In an exclusive announcement to the Los Angeles Sentinel, State Senator SydneyKamlagerconfirmed that she is launching her campaign to succeed Representative Karen Bass in Congress. ... read more »
Metro to Get $1.24 Billion in Federal Grant
January 12, 2022
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority has been awarded $1.24 billion in federal American Rescue Plan funds, U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg announced today. The funds are intended to help transit agencies around the country maintain service and keep workers on the payroll as surging COVID-19 cases strain the economy. ... read more »
Twenty LAUSD Law Enforcement Employees Sue Over Mandatory Vaccine Mandate
January 12, 2022
Twenty school law enforcement officers are suing Los Angeles Unified, alleging they were either wrongfully fired or face termination despite filing for exemptions to the district's mandatory employee coronavirus vaccination mandate. ... read more »
USC: Temporary Remote Learning Possible in Spring Due to COVID
December 23, 2021
Despite surging COVID-19 cases across Los Angeles County, USC plans to continue in-person classes for the spring semester, but the university indicated today that a temporary remote-learning start to the semester is a possibility.  ... read more »
Xbox and the LA Clippers Tip Off with the Xbox High Five Program
December 16, 2021
Xbox has always been passionate about powering fans’ dreams through gaming and sports, which is why we are excited to announce a brand-new partnership with the LA Clippers, the Xbox High Five program. ... read more »
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LA Begins Enforcement of Proof-of-Vaccination Law For Indoor Public Spaces
December 2, 2021
Los Angeles began enforcing its law requiring Angelenos patronizing indoor restaurants, gyms, entertainment and recreational facilities, personal care establishments and some city buildings to show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19. ... read more »
LA City Council OKs Changes to Proof-of-Vaccination Ordinance
November 12, 2021
The Los Angeles City Council today approved enforcement measures and modifications for its new law requiring Angelenos patronizing indoor restaurants, gyms, entertainment and recreational facilities, personal care establishments and some city buildings to show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19. ... read more »
Vanessa Bryant Asks Court to Punish County for `Destroying’ Crash Photos
November 11, 2021
Attorneys for Kobe Bryant's widow today asked a judge to punish Los Angeles County for the alleged destruction of almost all evidence that sheriff's deputies snapped and shared photos taken at the site of the helicopter crash last year that killed the NBA legend, the couple's 13-year- old daughter and seven others. ... read more »
New Law Prohibits Cemetery Abandonment and Brings Justice to Grieving Families
October 14, 2021
AB 651 addresses an issue that was highlighted by the deplorable conditions at one of the oldest cemeteries in Los Angeles County ... read more »
COVID Hospitalizations Continue Dropping in Los Angeles County
October 11, 2021
The number of coronavirus patients in Los Angeles County hospitals continues to fall, declining from 670 on Saturday to 656, according to the latest data released by the state. The number of those patients in intensive care remained the same at 202. It was the 36th time in the past 41 days that the number of COVID patients in county hospitals declined, down from a summer peak of nearly 1,800 brought on by the more contagious Delta variant. ... read more »
Southland Gas Prices Drop After Reaching Nine-Year Highs
October 11, 2021
The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles County dropped slightly today, down one-tenth of a cent to $4.441, a day after reaching its highest amount since Oct. 22, 2012. ... read more »
COVID Hospitalizations Continue Dropping in Los Angeles County
October 11, 2021
Black residents also had the highest hospitalization rates among both vaccinated and unvaccinated residents, with a rate of 62 hospitalizations for every 100,000 unvaccinated people ... read more »
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