When officers checked the area, they found bullet casings, indicating a shooting had happened, police said.
The latest round of coronavirus rules, banning all in-person dining for three weeks, may be too much for restaurants to simply go along with.
Long Beach said it tested 2,500 people for COVID-19 on Friday—shattering the previous record of 1,900 tests in a day. And those landmark numbers arrive as a higher-and-higher percentage of those tests are coming back positive.
Local hospitals—there are five that serve the Long Beach area—have all seen numbers double in recent weeks, with an increase in younger people, children and pregnant women being admitted, the mayor said on Monday.
Los Angeles County reported a record-breaking 6,124 new cases of COVID-19 Monday, a staggering number that will push officials to consider strict new measures meant to control the surging coronavirus, which is spreading faster than ever locally.
Officers were first called to the 1400 block of Chestnut Avenue at 1:10 p.m. about an “unwelcome person call” that turned into a stabbing, police said.
It’s not clear what impact Kathryn Barger’s opposition could have in practice, but it marks a significant break from a department that the county board directly oversees.
The daily total of new COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles County this week will be crucial for the ability of businesses to stay open—in some cases, it could determine whether they shut their doors for good.
Houses are virtually flying off the shelves in the East Long Beach real estate market, according to area Realtors, who are seeing homes sell quickly, and often for more than their listing price.
Newsom, his wife and four children, ages 4 to 11, all tested negative for the virus on Sunday, spokesman Jesse Melgar said in an emailed statement.