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: Afghan refugees resettle with dreams to make it in America; fallen peace officers are memorialized for courage and bravery; a major donation will open a shelter for homeless families, and bug enthusiasts swarm an exhibition celebrating all things creepy.
In this episode: Faith-based communities step up to help the unhoused; Parks at Sunset aims to heal the mind and body; Rowland Heights welcomes a new dog park where patrons beg to get in; and taking in the sights at Point Vicente Lighthouse in Palos Verdes.
In this episode: Therapeutic transport vans help those suffering a mental health crisis; heroic acts are honored at the Fire Department Valor Awards; marchers join a national flag relay to honor the sacrifices of the nation’s patriots, and the County Fair opens with finger-licking goodness.
In this episode: An urban oasis opens in the heart of Skid Row; residents answer a call to action at Dockweiler Beach; raising awareness of Parkinson’s Disease and its impact on military veterans, and a hike to the top of one of the region’s best scenic overlooks.
In this episode: The County’s 2022-23 Recommended Budget offers a blueprint to bolster the region’s economic recovery and safety net; communities stand up against violence and reclaim safe spaces; a new equestrian center opens in Whittier, and a Spring Jubilee draws the crowds.
In this episode: A guaranteed income program helps families breathe easier; community-based organizations step up to provide an alternative to incarceration; Project Homekey adds two sites for formerly homeless individuals to start over; and the groundbreaking work of LA artist Barbara Kruger on display in a new exhibition.