Early Monday, the state lifted a strict health order for the majority of the state that banned all dine-in service, closed personal care businesses and restricted other activities.
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The decision does not necessarily mean activities like outdoor dining and haircuts in salons would be automatically allowed in Long Beach.
Owner James “Jimmy” DeBois said hundreds of customers showed up Sunday morning, and with their support, the sale likely helped him cover two month’s worth of his business’ rent.
Light rains across the Los Angeles area yesterday prompted a warning from Long Beach health officials to stay out of the water at local beaches.
Officials today cut off gas service to a Long Beach restaurant whose owner has repeatedly refused to shut down her outdoor patio, in defiance of COVID-19 health regulations.
On the heels of a week that brought Long Beach and the rest of Southern California dry conditions and Santa Ana winds, cold and wet weather moved into the region Saturday, bringing rain and mountain snow in some areas.
The 269 new deaths reported across LA County Saturday pushed the region past the mark, reaching 15,162 total, including 586 in Long Beach.
The separate attacks began around 2:40 p.m., Friday when a 25-year-old man was killed in an alley near 14th Street and Elm Avenue, police said.
For decades, the city has leased the ship to various operators who are charged with maintenance, and many of those operators have met similar financial struggles.
Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón is among more than 100 people to call on President Joe Biden to commute the sentences of all federal death row inmates.
The judge’s ruling was “without prejudice,” meaning the plaintiffs can resume with the case with a proper explanation.
Detectives are still searching the area for additional evidence and witnesses.