Headlines: Previous-Faculty Store ‘Tacos La Estrella’ On Figueroa Avenue in Highland Park Closing Tomorrow

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—Highland Park: Highland Park’s neighborhood Fb group “90042” is reporting that the famed old style nook taquería “Tacos La Estrella” will probably be closing tomorrow (Friday, January thirteenth). The constructing proprietor didn’t need to renew the lease and is reported to be taking a look at an area throughout the road, topic to receiving permits to show it right into a restaurant. This taco landmark closing marks the third establishment to shut within the shortly gentrifying NELA neighborhood in simply a few weeks, following the information that the 100-year-old theater will probably be closing subsequent month, and Coco’s on York Boulevard. [90042/Facebook)

—Downtown: Los Angeles Councilmember Eunisses Hernandez called Wednesday for the city’s policy analysts to determine whether the council has the power to require that every police officer assigned to the council chamber show up unarmed. LAPD officials did not immediately comment on Hernandez’s motion, which will be forwarded to the council’s rules committee for consideration. However, the union that represents LAPD officers blasted it as “irresponsible,” warning it will “invite harm toward public officials and those that attend City Council meetings.” [LA Times]

—Valencia: A person accused of attacking a deputy has died after he was shot by that Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Division deputy Wednesday evening in Valencia. [ABC]

—Historic South-Central: Native hashish grower Jungle Boys shared that the latest rainstorm brought on the roof of their South-Central facility to collapse, inflicting tens of 1000’s of {dollars} of damages and losses. “2023 began off with a punch to the abdomen however you’ll be able to’t hold an outdated canine down,” they wrote. “Just a few days of across the clock work and we could have this develop again up.” [Jungle Boys/Instagram]

—California’s excessive drought has been just about eradicated after the January storms. Particularly, Bay Space sees ‘enormous positive factors.’ [ABC]

—Lengthy Seashore: After seeing a 62 % improve within the homeless inhabitants between 2020 and 2022, the town of Lengthy Seashore and its new mayor, Rex Richardson, joins Los Angeles in its state of emergency declaration on homelessness. [CBS]

—Lengthy Seashore dock employee pleads responsible to billing well being plan for prostitutes. All 9 defendants within the case have filed plea agreements, the U.S. Lawyer’s Workplace stated. [Press-Telegram]

—Chatsworth: Chatsworth sinkhole that swallowed two vehicles continues to develop. Crews with the Los Angeles Division of Public Works have been working across the clock to stabilize a part of Iverson Street. In preparation of Saturday’s storm, officers are putting a big tarp over it. [KTLA]

105,000 L.A. County residents stay in areas liable to 100-year floods [LA Times]

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