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L.A. Zoo mourns loss of beloved pair of African lions who were loyal companions

L.A. Zoo mourns loss of beloved pair of African lions who were loyal companions

A beloved pair of African lions who lived as companions at the Los Angeles Zoo for the last six years have been euthanized, officials announced Thursday.The decision to “humanely euthanize” Hubert and Kalisa, the 21-year-old companions, was made by animal care and health staff due to their declining health and age-related illnesses that diminished their quality of life, zoo officials said in a news release.“In the early mornings, staff would routinely hear Hubert’s waking roars, and I will personally miss hearing them on my walks around the grounds,” said Alisa Behar, curator of mammals at...

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LAPD seeks additional victims of child sexual abuse suspect who worked as electrician across California

LAPD seeks additional victims of child sexual abuse suspect who worked as electrician across California

A man who worked as an electrician throughout California was arrested on suspicion of sexual abuse of a child last week, and police are looking for more victims.Alejandro Solano-Romero, 51, was taken into custody Thursday for the “continuous sexual abuse of a child and numerous related charges with two identified victims,” between 1998 and 2019, the Los Angeles Police Department said Tuesday in a news release.Solano-Romero is known to have frequented the city of Fresno and parts of Northern California, police said.Solano-Romero was being held on $7 million bail.Anyone with information is...

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LAFD battles massive commercial fire in Pico-Robertson area

LAFD battles massive commercial fire in Pico-Robertson area

Los Angeles firefighters battled a massive blaze at a commercial building in the Pico-Robertson area of Los Angeles on Friday.The greater alarm fire was reported around 11:32 a.m. at 9041 W. Pico Blvd., near Wetherly Drive, according to the L.A. Fire Department. Flames were initially so heavy that responding firefighters went into defensive mode and exited the roof and building due to the fear of a building collapse.It’s unclear what type of business is housed inside the structure, which appeared to be at least three stories high.The Los Angeles Police Department told KTLA the fire broke...

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13-year-old girl killed, 8-year-old brother seriously injured in violent carjacking outside Pico Rivera business

13-year-old girl killed, 8-year-old brother seriously injured in violent carjacking outside Pico Rivera business

A Pico Rivera family was torn apart on Sunday after a 13-year-old girl was killed and her younger brother was seriously injured in a violent carjacking that happened while their parents were buying food at a business nearby.At about 2:05 p.m. Sunday, the family of six stopped at La Mano Tortilleria, located at 9237 Whittier Blvd., and four children — ages 18, 13, 11 and 8 — were left in the back seats of their van with the engine running and air conditioning on while their parents went into the business to buy food, the Los Angles County Sheriff’s Department reported in news...

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3 people in serious condition after blaze rips through Northridge apartment buildings, leaving 50 displaced

3 people in serious condition after blaze rips through Northridge apartment buildings, leaving 50 displaced

Three people suffered serious injuries from smoke inhalation after a fire ripped through two apartment buildings in Northridge late Saturday, according to fire officials.The fire was reported at 10:05 p.m. at two 16-unit, garden-style apartment buildings located next to each other at 8651 N. Wilbur Ave., the Los Angeles Fire Department reported.About 50 residents were displaced by the fire, and some had to be rescued from the flames, authorities said.“Several large palm trees and the west half of the building (8 of the units) were fully involved with fire,” the LAFD said in an incident...

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All L.A. County beaches closed for July 4th weekend as coronavirus cases skyrocket

All L.A. County beaches closed for July 4th weekend as coronavirus cases skyrocket

Fourth of July revelers have been advised to stay away from Los Angeles County beaches as coronavirus cases skyrocketed.The temporary closures affects all beaches, piers, parking lots, beach bike paths, and beach access points beginning on Friday at 12:01 a.m., and lasting through 5 a.m. on Monday, L.A. County officials announced.Fireworks displays are also off-limits over the weekend in an effort to prevent gathering.The county Sheriff’s Department said it would enforce parking closures and help with traffic along Pacific Coast Highway within its jurisdiction. But deputies won’t be keeping...

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L.A. County reports 2,903 new COVID-19 cases, highest number ever since pandemic hit: Officials

L.A. County reports 2,903 new COVID-19 cases, highest number ever since pandemic hit: Officials

An alarming jump in COVID-19 cases was reported on Monday, bringing Los Angeles County’s total past the 100,000 marker, and reinforcing the threat of the virus to the county’s 10 million residents and its ability to hospitalize those who are infected.Officials reported another 2,903 coronavirus cases, the most ever reported in the county since the pandemic hit, and 22 new deaths. Countywide, there are now 100,772 confirmed coronavirus cases, and 3,326 people have died from the respiratory illness.“Immediate action is needed,” Barbara Ferrer, the county’s public health director, said at a...

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Fire captain lost use of hands after DTLA smoke shop explosion, chief says; LAFD to inspect similar businesses

Fire captain lost use of hands after DTLA smoke shop explosion, chief says; LAFD to inspect similar businesses

On the heels of a downtown Los Angeles warehouse explosion that left 12 firefighters injured over the weekend, inspections at similar businesses will soon be underway to help keep firefighters aware of increased danger.On Thursday Chief Ralph Terrazas told KTLA once the L.A. Fire Department completes its investigation into the fiery explosion at Smoke Tokes, a distributor and wholesaler of smoking and vaping products, that happened around 6:30 p.m. Saturday near San Pedro and Third streets, inspections will begin to identify similar businesses that may be storing volatile materials that...

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All LAX travelers, LADOT riders required to wear face masks beginning Monday

All LAX travelers, LADOT riders required to wear face masks beginning Monday

As stay-at-home orders start to ease up a bit, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said airport travelers and other passengers around the city will be required to wear a face covering to ward off the spread of COVID-19 as more and more people begin to move around.Starting Monday, all travelers and anyone at the Los Angeles International Airport must wear a face covering. Acceptable face coverings include bandanas, scarves, T-shirts or other fabric materials held in place, LAX officials noted on .“The new requirement aligns with what many airlines are doing as well,” Garcetti said at his daily...

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Riverside County extends social distancing orders, use of face masks until June as COVID-19 death toll spikes

Riverside County extends social distancing orders, use of face masks until June as COVID-19 death toll spikes

Riverside County officials announced the extension of social distancing requirements and the use of face coverings through June 19 at a news conference Wednesday.The previous countywide order was set to expire on April 30, but officials believe it’s important to extend the precautionary measures. As of Wednesday, there were 3,942 confirmed coronavirus cases, and 143 related deaths, 23 of which were reported on Monday, the Riverside County Public Health Department reported.“While we work within the governor’s plan for re-opening the state, people must be mindful that COVID-19 has not been...

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