The repairs were required as part of a 2017 settlement agreement between the investor-owned utility and the California Public Utilities Commission, based on an investigation into multi-day blackouts in the Downtown area and underground explosions that sent manhole covers flying into the air in 2015.
Officers from 35-40 agencies visit a local power plant per month to dispose of illegal drugs.
For years, Long Beach has studied the feasibility of forming or joining such an agency, spending $230,000 in the process.
U.S. News and World Report began ranking pediatric hospitals in 2007, in an effort to help families find quality medical care.
In addition to seizing illegal fireworks, police also made a total of 38 arrests and issued 15 citations. While the number of arrests is on par with the previous year, arrests have gone up significantly from a total of 23 in 2020.
Three of the seven people were left with critical injuries after the crash at Anaheim Street and Ximeno Avenue, police said.
Couples in the state spend an average of $39,000 on their wedding day, according to The Knot Real Wedding Studies, an annual survey of thousands of couples nationwide. But the pandemic has kept many couples from celebrating their wedding as planned, with some opting for smaller celebrations or postponing them altogether.
Zepeda identifies as Afro-Latino—which places him in two demographics that were heavily affected by the war on drugs. Becoming a business owner wasn’t easy.
Among her customers, owners Renee Quarles last summer’s brought about a desire to learn more about the history of racism and the plight of Black Americans.
Bundts on Melrose has always been a labor of love for Jeff Beasley. Short on staff and rich in orders, he’s now had to step into the kitchen again himself.