Gov. Gavin Newsom today ordered bars in Los Angeles County and six other counties to close to prevent further spread of the coronavirus, as the state experiences a surge in new cases and evidence of rising community transmission.
City officials in Long Beach have reported more than 700 new positive cases in just the last five days, bringing the total cases to 3,643.
An animal control worker says the agency told the plaintiff they could not take away the felines because they were not yet eight weeks old nor weighed at least two pounds, the suit states.
Steven Gerard Felix was last seen on Tuesday at about 5:30 p.m. in the 2100 block of San Vicente Avenue, near Stearns Street, according to the Long Beach Police Department.
Barbara Ferrer, director of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, issued a statement Monday saying the threats began last month during a Facebook live briefing, “when someone very casually suggested that I should be shot,” she said.
Lacey said in a statement Saturday that “As the first African American woman to hold the L.A. County D.A.’s office, I am proud of my record of taking on systemic racism and reforming criminal justice.”
Metro said it will add 95 trips and increase frequencies of stops on its current heavily used bus lines and adjust running times based on faster, current speeds due to reduced traffic conditions.
An amended health order that takes effect Friday requires bar and winery patrons to wear a face covering.
Most of the animal products were commingled in boxes of headphones, door locks, kitchenware, LCD tablets, trash bags, swim fins, cell phone covers, plastic cases and household goods “in a clear attempt to smuggle the prohibited meats,” Jaime Ruiz of U.S. Customs and Border Protection said in a statement.