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: High in the sky with the Department of Regional Planning; keeping roads and residents safe as wild winter storms batter the region; and a Black History Month celebration of people making a difference in our communities.
In this episode: Capturing water as the drought worsens, former factory workers land new careers, the faith community steps up to help homeless families in need, the importance of mental health in trying times, and vistas from Catalina Island.
In this episode: safety tips from a viral winter, a new Boys and Girls Club opens, First Fridays at the Natural History Museum, Dream Center opens at Norwalk High School and Black History Month begins.
In this episode: Volunteers fan out for the annual homeless count; a new housing complex offers fresh promise; a touching reunion with first responders 50 years in the making, and high performers compete in the academic decathlon.
In this episode: Officials proclaim an emergency on homelessness; lifeguards try out for a coveted spot; an annual tradition at a local hospital captures the warmth of the season; and a girl’s wish for a unicorn comes true.
In this special episode of LA County Close-Up, we take a look at how Los Angeles County is changing lives in meaningful ways.