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Relief at last: Navy hospital ship Mercy arrives in coronavirus-stricken Los Angeles

Relief at last: Navy hospital ship Mercy arrives in coronavirus-stricken Los Angeles

…with team of 800 medics and beds on board to help overwhelmed hospitals free up space to treat the infected By RUTH STYLES IN LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA, FOR DAILYMAIL.COM PUBLISHED: 12:32 EDT, 27 March 2020 | UPDATED: 13:30 EDT, 27 March 2020 The USNS Mercy arrived at the Port of Los Angeles Friday morning after a five-day journey from San […]

Los Angeles to Shut Off Water, Power for Nonessential Businesses That Refuse to Close Amid Pandemic

Los Angeles to Shut Off Water, Power for Nonessential Businesses That Refuse to Close Amid Pandemic

BY ZACHARY STIEBER Los Angeles will shut off water and power to businesses deemed nonessential that decline to follow an order to close amid the CCP virus pandemic. The Epoch Times refers to the novel coronavirus, which causes the disease COVID-19, as the CCP virus because the Chinese Communist Party’s coverup and mismanagement allowed the virus to spread throughout China and create […]

Judicial Inaction in the time of COVID-19

Judicial Inaction in the time of COVID-19

. . . By Eric Siddall The state judiciary’s imperviousness to the COVID-19 crisis is making things worse. The orders from both the California chief justice and the Los Angeles presiding judge lack clarity and action. They disregard all the science behind slowing down and defeating this pandemic.  Meanwhile, they are giving the public the […]

Navy Hospital Ship Mercy Heads to Los Angeles, Not Seattle

Navy Hospital Ship Mercy Heads to Los Angeles, Not Seattle

BY SIMON VEAZEY The 1,000-bed Navy hospital ship Mercy will sail to Los Angeles and not to Seattle, as officials anticipate bed demand in California will be five times higher than in Washington. The Mercy, which is currently being prepared in port in San Diego, is one of two that will be used as a referral and critical care […]

Los Angeles Announces Citywide Shutdown of Bars, Restaurants, Gyms Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Los Angeles Announces Citywide Shutdown of Bars, Restaurants, Gyms Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

BY KATABELLA ROBERTS Los Angeles will temporarily close all restaurants, bars, nightclubs, entertainment venues, and gyms throughout the city from midnight until at least March 31 as part of the its efforts to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced the news on Sunday via a video conference where he praised residents for being […]

Why I am voting for Jackie Lacey for Los Angeles District Attorney

Why I am voting for Jackie Lacey for Los Angeles District Attorney

By J.R.   This year we’ll be voting for our county District Attorney. It will most likely come down to Jackie Lacey and George Gascón. I wanted to talk about my family’s experience with Jackie Lacey. In 2013, our daughter (10 years old at the time) was kidnapped. It was a horrific experience for her. […]

1 Dead, 5 Injured in Greyhound Bus Shooting in California: Officials

1 Dead, 5 Injured in Greyhound Bus Shooting in California: Officials

BY JACK PHILLIPS At least six passengers were shot on a Greyhound bus that was traveling from Los Angeles to San Francisco, California, according to officials. The California Highway Patrol said a woman was killed and five people were wounded in the incident, Sgt. Brian Pennings said, reported the Los Angeles Times. The incident took place at around […]

Los Angeles D.A. Heats Up – Evolving or Catering? Gascón and Gangs

Los Angeles D.A. Heats Up – Evolving or Catering? Gascón and Gangs

. . . By Eric Siddall . Ever the opportunist, candidate George Gascón is continuing his disinformation campaign with the hope of winning over progressives. This time, his sights are set on the gang enhancement. This enhancement, first enacted in 1988 in the midst of a gang crime wave throughout California, ensured gang motivated crimes received tougher sentences. With 10,000 gang-related homicides in […]

Felons, Come One, Come All! Gascon and Rossi welcome you to their Los Angeles!

Felons, Come One, Come All!  Gascon and Rossi welcome you to their Los Angeles!

By Marc Debbaudt, Guest Editorial . What would Los Angeles look like if George Gascon or Rachel Rossi actually became the County’s next District Attorney? In a nutshell (and you would have to be a nut to vote for either of them), they will make L.A. the greatest haven for criminals in the nation. Yes, even […]

California’s transit density bill is back. What would it do to Los Angeles?

California’s transit density bill is back. What would it do to Los Angeles?

By Jenna Chandler @jennakchandler Sen. Scott Weiner (D-San Francisco) and advocates for a denser California are resurrecting contentious legislation designed to force cities to allow more small multi-family housing to be built near transit. Senate Bill 50, which was introduced one year ago, would waive or relax local minimum parking requirements and density restrictions for developers looking to build housing near train […]

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