George Crout Jr. was last seen in the 4100 block of East Willow Street, near Grand Avenue, at about 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The California Restaurant Association sued Los Angeles County today in an effort to overturn the county’s plan to end in-person dining due to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases.
A crowd estimated at 400 people gathered in front of the Huntington Beach pier Saturday to protest the first night of a statewide curfew on nonessential activity, which is aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19.
Sheriff Alex Villanueva must show in a hearing early next year why he should not be held in contempt for defying a subpoena to appear before the civilian board that oversees his department and talk about the coronavirus problem in the jails, a judge ruled today.
A portion of state routes 47 and 103 in the Long Beach and Wilmington areas will be closed between Friday evening and Monday morning as crews work to permanently realign the northbound and southbound traffic.
County health officials, alarmed at rising rates of the virus, said earlier this week that if numbers rose to certain levels, stricter measures would be enacted, including a stay-at-home order.
A man was shot and wounded today in a carjacking in the Wrigley area of Long Beach, and a female juvenile was taken into custody following a short pursuit, authorities said.
The partial curfew, among other changes, come amid a surge in COVID-19 that saw daily case numbers exceed 2,000 most of last week before topping 3,000 on Saturday and Sunday.
The county has also seen a steady increase in hospitalizations. The number of L.A. County residents hospitalized with the virus surpassed 1,000 on Sunday for the first time in months.
Rorri Burton is also the founder of Pro Bono ASL, which bills itself as a diverse group of deaf and hearing, LGBTQ and trilingual American Sign Language interpreters providing both paid professional and volunteer interpreters in person and virtually.