-- Los Angeles County sheriff's officials say a driver was shot in the face and his passenger suffered a graze wound to his leg in a car-to-car shooting in Pico Rivera. Harvey Crosthwaite said Sunday that men are expected to survive their gunshot wounds. Crosthwaite says gunfire erupted as the suspect's vehicle pulled alongside of the victim's car late Sunday along Whittier Boulevard. City News Service reports witnesses described the suspect's vehicle as a dark blue or black Nissan.
Meanwhile, pro- and anti-death-penalty groups are expected to have measures on the November 2016 ballot. My brother and I were left without a father. "She has always been a force to reckon with," said one of her law partners, Nathan Goldberg. So far, Mayor Eric Garcetti has defended him and the job he's done in reviewing the work of the DWP. Los Angeles Times CALIFORNIA ALMANAC San Francisco will be sunny with a high of 63 degrees. Riverside will see wind and sunshine with a high of 80 degrees. Los Angeles is expected to be sunny and 81.
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-- A newly renovated Walmart store that closed due to flooding in Pico Rivera reopened Friday. The store, located in the 8500 block of Washington Boulevard, was shut down on April 14 due to more than 100 leaks and clogs that occurred over two years, according to Walmart. CBS2's Jasmine Viel reported employees who were re-hired will receive the same salary or higher pay. All the repairs are complete and we made extensive upgrades and renovations throughout the store that better reflect the shopping experience our customers now want.
Eleven restaurants and markets in the San Fernando Valley were temporarily closed last week due to major public health hazards. Restaurants and markets whose permits are suspended must close until another inspection determines the problems have been fixed. Closures can occur during routine and owner-initiated inspections, complaint investigations and reinspections. A recommendation to change that result, among other aspects of the inspection system, is currently being considered by county health officials.
Report that one of two young women found dead in a Montecito Heights park had been shot in the head. Coroner's Assistant Chief Ed Winter said only that there were concerns about security holds that had been placed on the two cases, and he declined to elaborate. NBC4 cited the coroner's office as the source of information that 19- year-old Gabriela Calzada had been shot. On July 20, 2014, a woman was walking her dog when she was approached by a man armed with a knife. Wednesday and saw two young women who appeared to be in their 20s.
As the worst drought in California history threatens to enter a fifth straight year, officials are advocating a variety of water reuse projects they say will reduce Southern California's unquenchable thirst for imported water. "Not only are we helping to become independent from imported water, we're also helping states in the southwest region by using less water that comes from the Colorado River," district President Sergio Calderon said. The district is charged with ensuring that the aquifers don't run dry from overuse.