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Sherman Oaks High School Teacher Arrested on Suspicion of Child Molestation

SHERMAN OAKS (CNS) — Police are seeking additional victims of a 52-year-old Sherman Oaks high school teacher who was arrested on suspicion of child molestation. Jason Scott Bissell was arrested on Aug. 26 after the Los Angeles Police Department received and investigated a report of “alleged ongoing inappropriate sexual conduct,” according to a department statement. […]

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COVID Hospitalizations Inch Up Again in LA County

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – The number of coronavirus patients hospitalized in Los Angeles County has climbed back above 1,700, while county officials have reported six more virus-related deaths and 2,339 new positive cases.    Hospitalizations had fallen to 1,687 on Sunday, but according to state figures, the number rose back to 1,709 as of Monday, […]

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Metro Board Considers Declaring Water Supply Alert as Drought Worsens

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – In response to worsening drought conditions, the board of Southern California’s regional water wholesaler will consider declaring a Water Supply Alert tomorrow that calls upon residents to voluntarily conserve the precious resource.    According to Metropolitan Water District officials, Southern California’s water supply has been severely impacted by extreme drought in […]

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Weekly Update of Valley Area COVID-19 Cases

Health Department officials have listed the latest number of confirmed novel COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles County at 1,350,370 (as of Aug. 15). A breakdown of cases in Valley area cities and communities: Arleta: 7,424 Burbank: 10,064 Canoga Park: 10,111 Chatsworth: 4,129 Encino: 4,019 Granada Hills: 7,324 Lake Balboa: 5,920 Lake View Terrace: 2,465 Mission […]