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Get Help with Anxiety Through the Los Angeles County Mental Health Guide
Individuals and families in Pasadena who may be suffering from mental illness or substance use, or anyone struggling with or in need of information about available mental health services in Pasadena, can click through a map on the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health website to find mental healthcare providers in the city and nearby locations. [Article]
by , . 2020-06-05
County ends curfews after ACLU lawsuit
One day after being sued by the American Civil Liberties Union over the imposition of curfews, Los Angeles County officials said Thursday there are no plans to enact another one. [Article]
by , . 2020-06-05
Task force approves landfill voucher guidelines
The Antelope Valley Illegal Dumping Task Force approved the 2020-21 landfill voucher guidelines Wednesday afternoon during a remote meeting. [Article]
by , . 2020-06-05
L.A. County COVID-19 count surpasses 61K, one new death in SCV
Los Angeles County saw another day of more than 1,400 new, confirmed COVID-19 cases on Friday and one additional death in the Santa Clarita Valley, as Department of Public Health officials said tallies are expected to rise as more people get tested.  [Article]
by , . 2020-06-05
L.A. County Launches Recovery Loan for Transit-Adjacent Businesses
A new relief fund launched by Los Angeles County and Metro will provide emergency loans to local businesses impacted by COVID-19. [Article]
by , . 2020-06-05
'Racism Is A Public Health Issue': LA County Highlights Disproportional Coronavirus Deaths In Communities Of Color
Los Angeles County officials reported 1,445 new confirmed cases of coronavirus today, bringing the total to at least 61,045 cases countywide. In total, 2,160 cases have been reported in Long Beach and 968 in Pasadena (those two cities operate their own health departments). [Article]
by , . 2020-06-05
New Coronavirus Hot Spots Emerge Across South And In California, As Northeast Slows
Mass protests against police violence across the country have public health officials concerned about an accelerated spread of the coronavirus. [Article]
by , KPCC Southern CA Public Radio. 2020-06-05
LA County ride service for seniors, disabled gets $330,000 for mobile travel app
The U.S. Department of Transportation announced Friday a $330,000 grant for a shared-ride service for disabled individuals in Los Angeles County, part of $3.5 million in funding aimed at improving access to public transportation and mobility for older adults, low-income communities and people with disabilities. [Article]
by , Long Beach Press Telegram. 2020-06-05
For LA’s Eso Won Books, one of the nation’s preeminent African American bookstores, the moment is now
Bookseller James Fugate says when Eso Won Books reopened on Wednesday, May 27, sales were a little bit slow, though that was expected after more than two months of coronavirus-mandated closure. [Article]
by , Los Angeles Daily News. 2020-06-05
L.A. curfews are lifted, more weekend protests ahead
Hundreds of people protested Friday on the beach in Venice in one of several demonstrations planned over the coming days in the Los Angeles area to decry the death of George Floyd. [Article]
by , Los Angeles Times. 2020-06-05
How many L.A. coronavirus cases have there been? It's tricky
One of the most pressing questions public health officials are trying to answer about the coronavirus is how many people actually have been infected by it. [Article]
by , Los Angeles Times. 2020-06-05
George Floyd's death shakes up police choke hold standard
Police officers applying pressure to a person’s neck during an arrest has been a controversial technique for decades. [Article]
by , Los Angeles Times. 2020-06-05
Why Garcetti embraced LAPD budget cuts
It has been an article of faith in Los Angeles politics for more than a quarter-century: Build the Police Department and its budget, and you will build a stronger, safer city. [Article]
by , Los Angeles Times. 2020-06-05
Troubling videos capture L.A. police violence amid protests
In one video, at least eight Los Angeles police officers surround a woman lying in a Hollywood street as the buzz of a Taser fills the air. [Article]
by , Los Angeles Times. 2020-06-05
1968 echoes in today's violence and protests
In the broad sweep of American history, certain years stand like grim mileposts. [Article]
by , Los Angeles Times. 2020-06-05
Looters who hit L.A. stores amid protests explain actions
The young man flanked the shattered entry of a ransacked CVS in Santa Monica, where people had swept the shelves clean of everything from diapers to detergent. [Article]
by , Los Angeles Times. 2020-06-05
Poll: Californians don't want to reopen too quickly amid coronavirus
A new poll finds that most Californians surveyed support the current statewide restrictions to stem the spread of the coronavirus, or want tougher safeguards, and remain fearful about contracting COVID-19 and landing in the hospital. [Article]
by , Los Angeles Times. 2020-06-05
For the first time, Mexico records more COVID-19 deaths in a day than the U.S.
Mexican authorities sought to calm an anxious public after the nation’s coronavirus death toll grew by 1,092 on Wednesday — more than doubling the daily record and for the first time exceeding the single-day total in the United States. [Article]
by , Los Angeles Times. 2020-06-05
O.C. and L.A. coronavirus cases rising, testing sites reopen
As the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Orange County topped 7,000 this week, officials said they were worried about the spread of the virus at large protests against police brutality against black people. [Article]
by , Los Angeles Times. 2020-06-05
Voice of OC | Orange County to Launch $5 Million Meal Gap Program 
Orange county is launching a new nutritional meal gap program for seniors following criticism from county officials that a statewide meal delivery program is falling short.  [Article]
by , Voice of OC. 2020-06-05
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