The Search for a Home for African American Culture Begins in Long Beach

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The site for the proposed center has yet to be determined but a few members of the public suggested that the old North Branch Library, which currently serves as a temporary winter shelter, should be a contender.
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Millikan High School Student Arrested After Making Verbal Threat on Campus

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A Millikan High School student was arrested today after classmates reported overhearing him threaten to harm others at school, authorities said.
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Over 1,000 Jobs Available to Fight Homelessness with Measure H Funds

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Homeless service providers throughout Los Angeles County are now hiring individuals to help combat what is considered a regional crisis as over 1,000 jobs have become available through the Los Angeles County Homeless Initiative and Measure H funds.
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MOLAA Receives Major Donation from Actor, Comedian Steve Martin

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A major work by conceptual artist Camilo Ontiveros has been donated to the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) by actor and comedian Steve Martin.
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Pair Sentenced to State Prison in Long Beach, LA Human Trafficking Case

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Two men were sentenced today to state prison and ordered to register as sex offenders for the rest of their lives, culminating a human trafficking case that involved a 20-year-old woman in Long Beach and a 15-year-old girl in...
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Ordinance Targeting Nuisance Motels in Long Beach To Be Explored By City

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Richardson hopes that an ordinance could help crack down on not only the violent crime and drug use that can be prevalent at such nuisance locations, but also on human trafficking and related activities.
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Ozomatli to Headline Fiesta Friday Concert During Grand Prix

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Attendees of the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach are in for an energetic good time as six-man Latin and Hip Hop band Ozomatli is set to headline the April 13 Fiesta Friday Concert, officials announced. Founded in 1995...
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Police Presence Ramped Up at Poly High Following Online Rumors of Shooting Threat

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Reports of a possible school shooting being planned at Poly High circling around social media recently has prompted an investigation by police and an increase of law enforcement today on campus, school district officials said.
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A Unanimous Vote Puts City On Course To Address Wage Theft at Port of Long Beach

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The Long Beach City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to push forward with a plan to begin addressing the port trucker misclassification issues that have existed at the Long Beach and Los Angeles port complex for years. Drivers who...
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Local Designer Speaks on Raising a Family and a Business in Long Beach

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It’s #TakeoverTuesday when we pull our most recent Instagram takeover participant off the ‘gram and onto our website for a fun Q&A on what they’re all about.
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