Los Angeles County officials gave houses of worship the green light to begin reopening last week.
On May 26, a day after the California Department of Public Health released statewide guidelines for reopening houses of worship, LA County officials amended its stay-at-home orders to immediately allow faith-based institutions to resume services with 25% of their building capacity, up to a maximum of 100 people.
As stay-at-home orders are slowly lifted, Los Angeles officials maintain that people must wear face coverings to prevent further spread of the coronavirus.
LA Mayor Eric Garcetti announced May 13 that individuals must wear face coverings whenever they are outside or will come into contact with somebody.
The Varsity Blues college admissions scandal rocked college athletics one year ago. Though UCLA’s only charged employee has since resigned, we ask UCLA Athletics what steps it has undertaken to prevent a future lapse.
A UCLA School of Law project is helping judges and advocates respond to the impact of the novel coronavirus in prisons.
Sharon Dolovich, a UCLA School of Law professor and Director of the UCLA Prison Law & Policy Program, founded the UCLA COVID-19 Behind Bars Data Project on March 17 to track health conditions in incarceration facilities and efforts to decrease prison populations during the pandemic.
The Westwood Recreation Center has been temporarily sheltering locals experiencing homelessness since March 20 amid “safer at home” orders, raising concerns about health safety.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti directed the city’s homeless population of approximately 59,000 to move indoors in response to the exponential spread of the new coronavirus in LA County.
Westwood stakeholders are mobilizing to counteract the effects of the novel coronavirus pandemic on locals experiencing homelessness.
North Westwood Neighborhood Council President Michael Skiles authorized a $1,000 emergency fund March 12 using the Neighborhood Council Emergency Authority.
Park rangers resumed sweeps of Westwood Park after a pause in cleanups led to an increase in homeless encampments over the last two months.
Following the death of Albert Torres, the former senior park ranger, park cleanups lulled.
A tree fell near the intersection of Gayley Avenue and Landfair Avenue on Tuesday night, blocking pedestrians.
The tree blocked a city crosswalk just off campus in North Village.
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