In the wake of the Isla Vista rampage and several other mass shootings across the country, Los Angeles police and firefighters staged a drill Thursday to sharpen their emergency-response skills.
Quarterly reports were announced Monday to be made on the implementation of some 130 steps aimed at improving responses to emergency situations and avoiding a repeat of failures that occurred during a fatal November shooting at Los Angeles International Airport, according to the city’s airport-oversight agency.
Fifty tons of much-needed medical supplies departed from Los Angeles this weekend for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
First responders from across Los Angeles County are practicing for the “big one” Thursday in a drill designed to measure the response to a magnitude-7.8 earthquake.
David Singer, from The Chiron Crisis Response Team, stopped by KCAL9 Monday to encourage volunteers to help out in their communities.