LA County kicks off early voting as Nov. 3 Election Day draws near

Eleven Days and counting … starting now. With Nov. 3 11 days away, early in-person voting is set to kick off en masse this morning at 118 vote centers across Los Angeles County in what is already a historic election in the region. The kick-off is the first of a two-phased opening of an array…

Three coronavirus cases reported at church fighting county’s pandemic rules

Los Angeles County health officials this week confirmed that three cases of COVID-19 have been reported at Grace Community Church in Sun Valley. The church has been in a legal battle with the county over the health order, which bars indoor worship services. A judge issued an order requiring the church to stop holding such…

2020 elections: Nearly 1.3 million ballots have already arrived at this L.A. County processing center

In a hangar about half the size of a football field at the Pomona Fairgrounds, nearly 200 temporary election workers — most of them young people — processed ballots that already arrived from drop box locations and mail boxes throughout the county. With a week and a half left to go before Election Day, more…

2020 Election: Golden 1 Center Opening For In-Person Voting

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Early voting is underway in California, and starting Saturday, Sacramento County residents can vote in person at one of 18 voting centers. Every registered voter in California should have already received a vote-by-mail ballot that they can fill out and return by mail or deposit at a ballot box. If you prefer…

Weekend Closures Continue Along I-5 In Sacramento

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — If you’re planning to travel through Sacramento on Interstate 5 this weekend, you may want to plan for some additional travel time. As part of the SAC 5 Corridor Enhancement Project, Caltrans is shutting down parts of I-5, including the on- and off-ramps at the Highway 50 interchange near downtown Sacramento. Closures…

City Considers Tiny Homes, Communities As Emergency Option Amid Sacramento Homeless Crisis

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A controversial move is being considered in Sacramento to address the city’s homeless crisis. City leaders are deliberating an emergency ordinance that allow tiny home communities and tent cities in several neighborhoods. The city has already allocated $3.5 million that could buy up to 500 tiny homes. If the ordinance passes you…

Skaters ready to roll as Etnies Skatepark in Lake Forest opens up

Skaters can now roll back into the area’s largest public skate park – and based on the sold-out skate sessions on Friday when the Etnies Skatepark of Lake Forest opened back up to the public for the first time since March, it was a place greatly missed by local skaters. Chad Martinez takes a ride…

Battle for 37th state Senate seat reflects shifting Orange County

Once-safe GOP incumbent John Moorlach is facing a strong Democratic challenger, Dave Min, in Orange County’s affluent 37th Senate District. Moorlach hopes his experience and his voice as the only certified public accountant in the state legislature will be particularly valued as California faces tough days ahead to balance its budget in the face of massive…

Will poll watchers be out in Southern California for Nov. 3 election?

The first rule of being an election observer is you do not interfere with the conduct of the election. Also no bothering poll workers, no taking pictures or looking at confidential voter information, no wearing campaign clothes or buttons, and no challenging someone’s right to cast a ballot. Plus there are a handful of other…

Metro aims for more buses, more often in first major overhaul of system in 25 years

Los Angeles County transportation officials have voted to initiate the NextGen Bus Plan, which is designed to create a faster and more reliable bus network with more routes. The county’s Metropolitan Transportation Agency board of directors said they expect some of the changes to bus routes to be implemented in December in areas that have…

Uber alternative: Metro to offer on-demand ride-sharing service at $1 per ride

The fare structure and first service areas for the three-year MicroTransit Pilot Project, a ride-hailing program that will be operated by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, has been blessed by the MTA board. Metro Micro will offer on-demand, shared ride service for short trips within designated service zones in Los Angeles County at an introductory rate…

California’s last-ditch effort to stop abandonment of toxic LA County plant fails

A U.S. District Court judge has denied California’s request to delay Exide Technologies’ abandonment of a heavily contaminated battery recycling plant in Los Angeles County until a newly filed appeal is resolved. The state Department of Toxic Substances Control filed its appeal Sunday, alongside an emergency motion to prevent Exide from dumping the site before…

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