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The lawsuit filed Monday seeks legal intervention in a recount that was called off late last month as county election officials and the recount requester argued over the cost of the process.
A motorcycle rider was killed this morning in a crash involving two other vehicles, including one that was left overturned on the northbound 605 Freeway in Norwalk.
Only one member of the family can pick up the food bag and they must wear a face covering.
The idea to increase the number of allowable animals was first broached when the city sought changes to its shelter model, which included increasing the number of pets allowed to help clear the shelter and reduce the city’s euthanasia rate.
The City Council approved work for a fraction of the proposed $80 million in improvements that were voted on in 2018 to overhaul the public areas of Long Beach Airport.
A parade of about 20 emergency vehicles will wind their way through Long Beach to salute health care workers at Memorial Hospital and St. Mary Medical Center today starting at 11:30 a.m.
No one has reported being injured.
The victims were in their 60s, 70s and 80s.
El gobernador Gavin Newsom firmó el miércoles pasado una orden ejecutiva que presume que los trabajadores que contrajeron COVID-19 se infectaron en el trabajo, y por tanto, tienen derecho a compensación laboral.
After being closed since mid-March to slow the spread of coronavirus, beaches will be open daily from sunrise to sunset for people to use by themselves or with members of their own household.
“I’m very concerned about what I saw in there,” Congresswoman Nanette Diaz Barragán said after a tour of Terminal Island prison.
I was curious how many Long Beachers availed themselves of the beach at the Bay on Tuesday, so I loaded Hannah up in the car and drove farther from home than I’ve been in almost two months—maybe four or five miles. Good thing gas is cheap.
The report comes as the ship has temporarily halted its operations amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Los Angeles County residents will likely find themselves under some type of stay-at-home restrictions through July, barring a major change in the fight against the coronavirus, the county’s public health director said today.
Classes will remain primarily online during the fall term throughout the California State University system, Chancellor Timothy White announced today.