LA County Close-Up
LA County Close-up is a weekly news magazine that takes viewers behind the scenes to showcase people and programs making a difference in Los Angeles County and its communities. Watch it here or on the County Channel, channel 94 or 92 on most cable systems.
In this episode: Bringing health and restoration to an underserved community, help for striking writers and actors, a unique pageant that celebrates inner beauty, and all ‘aboard as train mania descends on Union Station.
In this episode: Outreach workers lay a pathway home for unhoused residents; a new partnership brings mobile healthcare to students in need; and disco fever invades Marina del Rey.
In this episode: A unique residence helps struggling youth land on their feet; County departments come to the aid of formerly homeless residents; new research on Ice Age extinctions; and preserving a beloved landmark.
In this episode: Harm Reduction, To Sit Awhile, new wheels for Foster Youth, more options for healthcare and take a trip to Long Beach.
In the episode: Brenda Lopez, Gun Violence Restraining Orders, New Bike Lanes and a memorial to the Slauson 6.
In this episode: Intensified efforts to clear homeless encampments and bring people indoors; meet the youth behind new state law on school food menus; heading back to school with all the right gear; and a front-row seat to Catalina Island.
In this episode: As the region heats up, new firefighting vessels land just in time; a boot camp for caring in the fight against homelessness; helping veterans live their best lives; and summer sounds in Marina del Rey.