While we know the declaration for Carnival is from 4 am on Monday to midnight Tuesday, let us be reasonable and understand that the same officers are the ones rostered to work from 6 pm on Friday 6 pm to 8 am on Ash Wednesday. Understand if they work whole night on Monday, you are not sure to have police on the streets of San Fernando on Tuesday. Santana further warned that chances are that his men and women will go home, get sick and send in sick leave. RSS What is RSS ? Crisis Hotline Have a problem ? Help is just phone call away.
Then the doctor is off to the next patient. Ariela Wilcox, president of The Wilcox Agency. That plan will be completely phased in by 2017, making the need for health coaches even more important._ * There are about 70 million Baby Boomers in the U.S., with 10,000 turning 65 every day. "Women are living longer and searching for ways to take better care of themselves from a preventative and nutritional standpoint," she says. Diana Hoppe, a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist, is the founder of Amazing Over 40 Inc.
The work began in July and remains at a slow pace. Morales testified that part of the $9-billion increase reported by The Times was based on construction of more miles of track and longer viaducts, an explanation he did not provide in an interview before the story was published. The full documentation behind the Parsons Brinckerhoff cost estimate has yet to be disclosed. Patterson asked Richard whether, as The Times reported Sunday, the rail authority was rethinking its plan to build the first segment between Burbank and Merced.
-- A preliminary hearing was held Wednesday to help a judge determine if there are grounds for a former Los Angeles Police Department officer to stand trial for the shooting death of a man that occurred in Pomona. Henry Solis, 28, is accused of fatally shooting Salome Rodriguez, Jr., 23, outside of a bar on March 13, 2015, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. The brawl subsequently ending in gunfire. Solis was arrested on May 26, 2015, by Mexican authorities in the border city of Juarez.
But the 12-year-old was lucky enough to land in SoCal's San Fernando Valley, which was close to the epicenter of the golden age of hot rodding. The rearend was a Ford 9-inch equipped with a Detroit Locker differential, Strange axles, a four-link, and a Panhard bar. But the real challenge for Steve Cook was update and modify the body of the convertible without taking away its character--taking out the ugly, but not too much. At 75 years old, Gil says this is his last car but, to anyone who knows him, they're not sure if that statement is true.
"We are also capturing more than 4,500 demographic surveys to identify characteristics and trends among the many segments of our homeless population who require special strategies to meet their needs -- such as veterans, youth aging out of the foster care system or people with physical or mental disabilities," said LAHSA spokeswoman Naomi Goldman. None of the Valley's members sit on the Los Angeles City Council's Homelessness and Poverty Committee. Staff writers Dana Bartholomew and Donna Littlejohn contributed to this report.
The winds -- the result of high pressure over the Great Basin, which covers most of Nevada -- will peak this morning and weaken in the afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. In the San Fernando and Santa Clarita valleys, NWS forecasters expect northeast winds of between 15 and 25 mph, gusting to 40 mph. Temperatures, meanwhile, will continue to inch upward. And 78 in Yorba Linda. Temperatures, which are above normal this week -- the average is normally 68 -- will begin a cooling trend Saturday, when some rainfall is expected.
A 29-year-old man accused of injuring a deputy and barricading himself inside a Canyon Country bedroom with his two young children was charged Monday with assault, holding hostages and child cruelty. Calvin Charles Lynch is facing three counts of assault upon a peace officer, two counts of false imprisonment of a hostage and two counts of cruelty to a child by endangering their health, according to the District Attorney's Office. If convicted as charged, he faces up to 31 years and eight months in prison.
But, residents say, he has failed them. "I have been talking to people and telling them that they could lose their homes. They don't believe that the government could actually force them to leave. Fuentes recently announced he would not run for a second term, which was unprecedented. "If he isn't going to represent our concerns, perhaps we should ask him to resign," Di Pinto said. "We've concluded that the spelling of his last name with the letters F-U has conveyed his treatment," said another resident who asked not to be identified.
A new statewide program to recycle old mattresses and box springs is now available to consumers. The idea is divert old mattresses from waste to recycling so California landfills will be less crowded as old mattresses are recycled into new, useful products. Currently there are more than 40 designated collection locations. Consumers will notice this fee as a separate line item on their receipt of a new purchase. As the only states with the mattress recycling program, although Rhode Island is expected to begin one later this year.
Only 4 to 6 percent of Boy Scouts of America reach the rank of Eagle Scout, the organization's most difficult award to receive. Matthew Acosta, a San Fernando resident is one of them. What makes this especially impressive is that Acosta, 18, is autistic. He is currently taking culinary art classes. Said that she would like to recognize the city's newest Eagle Scout and his parents at a future council meeting. For Cesar, the achievement reached by his son is proof that with perseverance and support, anyone can reach their goals.
But Friday morning's commute won't be as dicey as today's because another episode of dense fog is not forecast, the NWS said. Weekend day time temperatures in the San Fernando and San Gabriel valleys and the South Bay will range from the low to mid 60s and fall into the low to mid 40s overnight and there is a chance frost could form in some areas in the early morning hours. "There is a low pressure systems moving in. In Woodland Hills, Northrige, Burbank and Universal City with visibility for drivers cut down to a quarter of a mile, the NWS said.
In an officer involved shooting. The question that many are asking is, "Who was this man and what caused him to act erratically?" The incident began about noon Monday near the intersection of San Fernando Road and Hubbard Avenue, according to Sheriff's Deputy Lisa Jansen. According to the Sheriff's department, two San Fernando police officers were in their marked patrol car, waiting at a red light on Hubbard Street when the man in front of them suddenly put his car into reverse and slammed into the squad car. All tips can be made anonymously.
All lanes of the westbound 210 Freeway transition road to the northbound 5 Freeway in Sylmar were closed Monday afternoon after a fatal collision involving a big rig and several vehicles, authorities said. Westbound motorists were blocked from entering the Newhall Pass and were being detoured onto the southbound 5 Freeway, officials said. A person was found dead at the scene, but no identity was immediately available, Humphrey said. The California Highway Patrol said the transition road would be closed for an unknown amount of time.