Top LA news: Co. beaches to close over July 4 weekend: officials; LAFD employees quarantining; more

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LA County beaches will be closed on 4th of July weekend, officials announce

Los Angeles County beaches will be closed to the public over the Fourth of July weekend in an effort to prevent large gatherings that could lead to the spread of the coronavirus, county officials announced Monday.

Read the full story on Fox 11 Los Angeles.

San Bernardino Sheriff: Remains found on Mt. Baldy identified as missing hiker

The San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department announced Monday that human remains located on the northwest side of Mt. Baldy in Los Angeles County were those of a hiker who went missing last December.

Read the full story on CBS Los Angeles.

'Vilification, constant verbal battering': Morale low among LAPD rank-and-file amid pandemic, civil unrest

With law enforcement practices under fire across the country, morale is low among rank-and-file LAPD officers, according to Robert Harris, the director of the Los Angeles Police Protective League.

Read the full story on CBS Los Angeles.

Hundreds of cumulative employees from LAFD, LASD, LACoFD are quarantining

The number of Los Angeles Fire Department members who have tested positive for coronavirus has reached 69 as of Monday, officials said.

Read the full story on CBS Los Angeles.

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