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: Girls Fire Camp, a library opens, guidance for tenant protections, BREATHE, flight to forever homes.
In this episode: remembering Gloria Molina, housing for veterans, Marvin Braude Trail reopens, raising the pride flag.
In this episode: Multidisciplinary team are on the front lines to help the unhoused, the EQUA housing complex, LACDA grants for childcare centers, the LA County Fair.
In this episode: LAC+USC Medical Center gets a new name, a new campaign to keep schools safe, housing for families and a visit to the Getty Center.
In this episode: hoop dreams win big, report on Black Los Angeles is released, new Fire Chief is sworn in and snow days come to an end.
In this episode: Heart heroes on a mission to save lives; officials step up to protect reproductive health; an aging motel in Whittier takes on new life after a major renovation; behind the wheel with Sheriff’s deputies as they practice maneuvers; and the Spring Superbloom in full color.
With the County’s COVID-19 emergency declaration officially over, this special episode takes viewers up close to the County’s mobilization to bring hope and help during the pandemic.