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Top LA news: Venice Beach Boardwalk closed; county's virus cases rise; LADWP pauses shutoffs; more

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2 more COVID-19 deaths in LA County; total cases pass 350

The coronavirus pandemic appears to be spreading and growing deadlier in Los Angeles County, with public health officials announcing two more deaths and 59 news cases Saturday. 

Read the full story on NBC 7 San Diego.

Fire Department responds to cliff rescue at Vasquez Rocks

Los Angeles County Fire Department officials responded to a cliff rescue at Vasquez Rocks Natural Area Park Saturday afternoon after a hiker reportedly slid down the rock. 

Read the full story on Santa Clarita Valley Signal.

LADWP pauses shutoffs, but not penalty fees

The Los Angeles Department of Water Power told customers Saturday to disregard any shutoff notices they may receive in the mail, as the utility is temporarily halting disconnections amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

Read the full story on NBC LA.

City Attorney Feuer warns against price-gouging

Authorities locally are on the lookout for anyone who is price-gouging consumers.

Read the full story on CBS Los Angeles.

Mayor announces further public closures, including Venice Beach Boardwalk

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Sunday announced further public area closures, including the Venice Beach Boardwalk, as part of social distancing measures to curtail the spread of coronavirus.

Read the full story on Fox 11 Los Angeles.

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