Summer is near and as temperatures rise, we must keep in mind ways to keep ourselves and our furry friends cool and safe.
Below are four stories to read today on nbcla.com
Keep Your Pets Safe From the Heat This Summer
Local news from across Southern California
During extremely hot weather, it might not be safe to take your dog out for a walk, especially without shoes. Yes, we said without shoes. Read more about how to care for your furry companion during high temperatures.
LA Crawling With Rodents Even After City Cleans up Some Trash Piles
Even though the city of Los Angeles has vowed to clean up heaps of uncollected garbage first exposed by the I-Team, NBCLA is finding evidence that the city's rodent population is exploding, and posing a serious public health risk.
Heads Up, Travelers. Construction Will Close 405 Freeway Ramps Near LAX
People heading to Los Angeles International Airport during late-night or early morning hours this week will encounter some ramp closures on the San Diego (405) Freeway, with overnight construction work scheduled from Monday through Thursday.
Pup by the Guide Dogs of America Open House
Most people know to step aside when seeing guide dogs nearby, but there's a way to still interact with guide dogs without intervening with them and their human. The Guide Dogs of America Open House is coming up, and there you can learn more about how guide dogs get educated to serve people.