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Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors
2022 Los Angeles County Homeless Count Scheduled for Jan. 25-27
Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority officials and volunteers will conduct the annual 2022 homeless count between Jan. 25- 27, the first since 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic that canceled this year’s count.
Exhibition Of Portraits Of Metro Riders To Open At Union Station
An art exhibition titled “We Are … Portraits of Metro Riders by Local Artists” will debut in the Union Station Passageway Art Gallery today. The exhibition includes 35 portraits celebrating the diversity of Metro’s ridership, with transit riders of different ages, ethnicities and backgrounds included.
LA Mayoral Candidates to Meet in First Public Forum Sunday
The five main candidates in next year’s Los Angeles mayoral election will appear in their first public forum together tomorrow.
LAX-Bound Flight Diverted When Passenger Attacks Flight Attendant, Air Marshal
An airline passenger, arrested after his assaults on an air marshal and a flight attendant caused a Los Angeles-bound flight to be diverted to Oklahoma City, is facing possible federal charges.
Trash Workers in Anaheim, Huntington Beach Go On Strike
Hundreds of sanitation workers went on strike today, threatening trash service in Huntington Beach and Anaheim.
COVID Cases Rising in County, Possibly Starting Winter Surge
Exactly two weeks after the Thanksgiving holiday and its associated gatherings of family and friends, Los Angeles County is seeing a resulting increase in COVID-19 cases, the public health director said recently, calling the trend a possible start of yet another winter surge of infections.
Glendale Police Release Information on Follow-Home Robbery Arrests in 2021
Six suspects have been arrested by Glendale police over the course of 2021 in connection with five separate follow-home robberies in the city, authorities said today.
Ex-DWP Executive to Make First Federal Court Appearance in Corruption Case
A former top executive of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is expected to make his first court appearance today on charges of accepting bribes from a lawyer in exchange for supporting a $30-million, no-bid DWP contract.
Canine Influenza Outbreak Dissipates at LA City Animal Shelters
Restrictions on access prompted by an outbreak of canine influenza at two Los Angeles city animal shelters have been lifted, meaning potential pet-adopters can again visit the animals at shelters in Chatsworth and West Los Angeles.
Fighter Alleges Promoter, Others Coerced Him into Longterm Contract
A boxer is suing Banner Promotions LLC, alleging its CEO and two other men lured him into signing a five-year deal with extensions while representing the agreement was for only one fight.
LBPD Officer Suspended for Allegedly Making `Biased and Prejudiced Remarks’
A Long Beach Police Department officer has been suspended for allegedly making “biased and prejudiced remarks in electronic communications,” and authorities are reviewing his past use of force incidents and arrest reports, police said today. Officer Maxwell Schroeder, a five-year veteran of the department, was suspended Thursday.
LAUSD to Consider Delaying Enforcement of COVID Vaccine Mandate for Students
In a move that would prevent more than 30,000 students from being forced back to remote learning, the Los Angeles Unified School District board next week will consider delaying enforcement of its COVID- 19 vaccine mandate for students until fall 2022.
LA County Considers Funding Healthcare for Contracted Workers
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously today to consider providing fully subsidized health care coverage to county contracted employees.
Police Commission Updates LAPD’s Use Of Force Policy
The Los Angeles Police Commission today unanimously approved a revised use of force policy for the Los Angeles Police Department to comply with a California law that goes into effect on Jan. 1.