Are New Year’s Events Safe? + Celebrity sales manager killed


Happy Thursday, neighbors! Let all of you know what’s going on locally to start today on an informed note.

First of all, the weather forecast for the day:

Heavy morning rain. High: 56 Low: 47.

Here are the best stories in Los Angeles today:

  1. Thief steals Frenchie, drags owner with car in Hollywood Hills (Hollywood Patch)
  2. Kardashian sales manager killed; Boyfriend Charged With Murder (Sherman Oaks Patch)
  3. LA’s 16,510 new COVID cases trigger New Years warning (Los Angeles patch)
  4. Long Beach Police Chief Robert Luna tests positive for COVID (Los Angeles patch)
  5. Powerful storm poses landslide risk across swathes of LA County (Los Angeles Patch)
  6. 7-Eleven Clerk Fatally Stabbed Man In Store: LAPD (Los Angeles Patch)
  7. What New Year’s activities are safe while Omicron is spreading? (Los Angeles Times)
  8. LA food writers discuss what they’re looking forward to in 2022 (LA Eater)

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Today in Los Angeles:

  • Winter holidays / Vacaciones de Invierno (12h00)
  • BEAT THE HEAT – Off-Duty Cops Charity Race (5:00 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • Los Angeles County Fire Department: “#LArain 🌧 With a winter storm affecting #SoCal, please be prepared for the possibility of heavy precipitation, mudslides and debris flows, especially in areas of recent burns. To acquire sandbags, visit: ☔️ ” (Instagram)
  • Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department: “Do you have a GO-BAG prepared? #LASD urges residents near areas affected by fires and floods to pack a backpack with essential travel items such as: • Identification • Medicines • Food and water • Important documents , such as birth certificates. “(Facebook)
  • Discover Los Angeles: With the rain, LA’s secret waterfalls come to life. Plan your next sunny hike around one of them: 📷: @ k1ng_just3 #discoverla #waterfallwednesday “(Facebook)
  • Mayor Eric Garcetti: “If you are a small business owner, you can visit any of @LAEWDD’s nine BusinessSource Centers to access free services, including financial advice, loan and grant application assistance, planning for your business. company, etc. “(Instagram)
  • Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department: “#LASD is asking the public for help in locating missing person Ever Martinez. (Facebook)
  • Los Angeles Conservatory: “A hundred years ago, a 40-year-old Italian immigrant worker named Sabato Rodia bought a small house in a cul-de-sac next to the train tracks and started collecting trash.” Click to read the full Los Angeles Times spotlight. “(Facebook)
  • Los Angeles, CA – Lost Dogs, Cats & Pets: “Please spread the word! Romero was LOST on December 29, 2021 in Downey, CA 90241 near Near bellman ave Owner’s Message: We’re looking for Romeo. Escaped December 29. Black and Tan Yorkie . ” (Facebook)

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You are officially in the loop for today! See you tomorrow morning for your next update.

Paige Austin

About me: Email: [email protected] Phone: 714-721-1222 Birthday: Gemini I learned to be a reporter at the Orange County Register before I moved to The Press-Enterprise in Riverside. I’ve covered everything from cities to the national forest, to courts and prisons. I have pretty colorful war stories based on these rhythms. So if you see me in town, tell me your stories, and I’ll tell you about the time I met Governor Schwarzenegger… in prison… while wearing a bulletproof vest. Or I can tell you about the time I watched a girl from Manson give a talk on anger management. I’m joking. Many. However, journalism is maybe the only thing I take seriously. It is a very humiliating job. Every day, people give you their voice on things that matter to them, and you should try to live up to your responsibilities. If I ever fail, I need you to tell me about it, so I can get it right. It is important. I’m not sure enough to tell you about some of the journalism awards I’ve won: the Associated Press Award for Investigative Journalism, the California Newspapers Publishers Association Awards for Investigative Journalism, and the best special section, the Price Child Health and Welfare Journalism Prize of the Children’s Advocacy Prize of the Institute as well as the Society of Professional Journalists for the best business stories, the best reporting, the writing of feature films and the better environmental story. I think I tried to collect rewards in an attempt to intimidate editors into letting me chase the kinds of stories I want to make. It doesn’t really work. Working for, my office consists of the towns I cover, Starbucks, and my home where my coworkers include a charming gentleman named D’Wayne and two pugs – Monkey and Maggie. If we’re ever talking on the phone, it’s Maggie you might hear lightly snoring in the background. Sorry, she can’t help it. Your Beliefs At Patch, we promise to always report the facts as objectively as possible and to adhere to the principles of good journalism. However, we also recognize that true impartiality is impossible because human beings have beliefs. So, in the spirit of simple honesty, our policy is to encourage our editors to disclose their beliefs to the extent that they feel comfortable. This disclosure does not allow you to inject your beliefs into stories or dictate coverage based on them. In fact, the intention is the opposite: we hope that knowing that your beliefs are on file will lead you to always be careful to write, report and edit in a fair and balanced manner. And if you ever see any evidence that we failed on this mission, let us know. Politics: pro-environment and equality for all Religion: The Unholy Trinity of Joseph Heller, Kurt Vonnegut and John Steinbeck


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