Long Beach health officials say the city has a higher case rate than Pasadena, which has opted to keep outdoor dining.
After the release of Census data, the Commission is tentatively expected to hold its first meeting as a complete body by early Jan. 2021, pending the onboarding of the final members and alternates, according to city officials.
Anger over a new health order closing dine-in service at restaurants in Los Angeles County spilled into public view Tuesday as two county leaders said they don’t support the measure—though they have little power to change it.
The vending machine now at Black Ring Coffee Roasters contains, instead of snacks or drinks, small artworks and other wares by local artists.
Fue un movimiento controvertido que los propietarios dijeron que protegería a los propietarios éticos, pero algo que advirtieron los grupos de inquilinos dificultaría la búsqueda de justicia para los inquilinos.
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.
Officers this morning initially responded to an “unknown trouble” call, which turned out to be a report of an assault with a deadly weapon, according to the LBPD.
The victim was at a “large gathering” Thursday night in North Long Beach when police believe he got into a dispute with someone at the party and was shot, police said.
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.