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  1. Photo Essay: L.A. County Fair
  2. CHARGE! Is Long Beach Ready for the Electric Car?
  3. UPDATE: Long Beach Teen Gets 18 Years for Drag Racing Accident That Killed Four
  4. Are Vasser, Chip Ganassi Racing the Most Deserving LB Motorsports Hall of Fame Inductees?
  5. Pawlak Captures Drifting Victory in Precursor to Grand Prix
  6. Drifting Bites Long Beach With the Motorsports Bug
  7. Frigid Weekend Yields Record Low
  8. Popular Library Databases Now Searchable Online
  9. Panel Discussion Tackles Children's Health Issues, Port of Long Beach
  10. Councilmembers DeLong & Garcia Lobbying In Washington D.C. This Week
  11. Long Beach Firefighters Prevent Garage Blaze From Spreading
  12. Future Courthouse Will Bear Name Of Former Governor Deukmejian
  13. Long Beach Firm Will Work On $35B Boeing Contract
  14. Electronic Bracelet Helps Locate Missing Long Beach Man
  15. Police Looking For Suspects Who Set Cat On Fire, $1k Reward Offered By Justin Rudd
  16. Knabe Talks Leadership, Politics & More With L.A. Times
  17. Long Beach Native Named Finalist On American Idol
  18. Coast Guard Working To Contain 700 Gallon Oil Spill At Port Of Long Beach
  19. CSULB Places New $94 Per Semester Fee On Students
  20. UPDATE: Former Hospital Director Sentenced To 248 Years For Sexual Assault
  21. Will Long Beach Eliminate 500 City Jobs To Save Money?
  22. Fingerprints Holds In-Store Show For G. Love Album Release
  23. UPDATE: Police Arrest Man Barricaded In North Long Beach Apartment
  24. Man Uses Garden Hose To Save Neighbor's Burning Home
  25. Healthy Heart Awareness Walk Brings Out Red High-Heeled Masses
  26. Man Arrested For Hate Crimes Against Long Beach Gay & Lesbian Locations
  27. Ten-Year, $1B Port Expansion To Begin In Spring
  28. Bankrupt Borders To Close Both Long Beach Bookstores
  29. School District Cuts 778 Jobs, $24.4M In Anticipation Of Reduced State Budget
  30. Ted Lieu (D) Wins Election To Replace Oropeza In State Senate
  31. Business Workshop Brings Development Ideas To The Table
  32. Three People Rescued From Rising Los Angeles River Today
  33. Long Beach Woman Arrested For Shining Laser At Police Helicopter
  34. Downtown Hotel Fire Injures One, Displaces Seventeen
  35. Election To Replace Late State Senator Jenny Oropeza Today
  36. City Releases 2010 Report On Biking In Long Beach
  37. Seaside Park Opens With Homage To Former Long Beach Hospital
  38. City Council Will Consider Employee Pension Reforms
  39. Bonnie Lowenthal Will Run For Alan Lowenthal's State Senate Seat
  40. Mike Kowal Likely To Run In 8th District 2012 Race
  41. IMPACT Gallery Brings Faith Photography To Art Walk
  42. Ex-Long Beach Officer Pleads Guilty To Embezzlement In Weapons Theft Case
  43. Steakhouse Unveiled In $2.5M Upgrade To Parker's Lighthouse
  44. Aquarium To Open Climate Change Exhibit In May
  45. Long Beach Police Confiscate Weapons, Arrest Thirteen In Gang Takedown
  46. Work On Downtown Garden Highlights Pacific Avenue Improvements
  47. Pike Hopes Historic Signs Will Return Area To Glory Days
  48. City Council: Surveillance Cameras Approved, Mandatory Bike Registration Ceased
  49. Meetings Address Anaheim Street Business Issues
  50. Police Cracking Down On Violations Near Blue Line In Long Beach
  51. Long Beach Man Arrested After Shooting Spouse, Daughter
  52. Heavy Closures Planned For 405 Freeway This Week
  53. UPDATE: L.A. Councilmember Hahn Will Run For Harman's House Seat
  54. Bill Orton Considering Council Run In 2014
  55. UPDATE: Two Suspects Arrested In MacArthur Park Police Shooting
  56. UPDATE: Women's Conference Will Not Be Held In Long Beach
  57. Dr. Cornel West Draws Capacity Crowd At CSULB
  58. Long Beach Parks Employee Allegedly Sexually Assaulted Three Minors
  59. Drunk Driver Found Guilty Of Killing Toddler In 2009 Crash
  60. Bicyclist Killed In Auto Accident At Traffic Circle
  61. UPDATE: Police Release Video Of Second Robbery Victim In Store Clerk Murder
  62. UPDATE: LBUSD Will Send Layoff Notices To 429 Teachers
  63. I Rode Through Downtown Long Beach In A '62 Corvette Today
  64. Recycling Truck Bursts Into Flames In East Long Beach
  65. Morris Starts New Chapter At McKenna's Restaurant In Alamitos Bay
  66. Success & Growth Top State Of The Port Address
  67. UPDATE: Construction Of Downtown Biking Lanes To Begin Soon
  68. Former LBPD Chief Batts Passed Up For San Jose Job
  69. Aquarium Study Addresses Gulf Oil Spill, Climate Change
  70. City Champions Long List Of 2010 Accomplishments
  71. A Call For Zero Emissions As Railyards Seek To Expand
  72. LBUSD Could Fire Teachers, Increase Class Sizes & More To Cut $155 Million
  73. Community Center Could Bear Name Of Late Senator Oropeza
  74. State Of The Union: Richardson & Rohrabacher React Differently To Address
  75. CSU Raises Tuition 10% On Doctoral Education Students
  76. MOLAA President Steps Down Unexpectedly
  77. LIVE @ 6pm: Watch & Discuss The State Of The Union
  78. Hot August Nights Names Managing Director For 2011 Debut
  79. Long Beach Streets Prepare For Congestion As Freeway Construction Continues
  80. Morning Fire Damages Home Not Equipped With Smoke Alarms
  81. Long Beach Resident Struck, Killed While Crossing Street
  82. Long Beach Police Seek Information On US Bank Robbery Suspect
  83. Submit Your Ideas: What Should Councilmembers O'Donnell, Garcia And Johnson Talk About In Sacramento?
  84. Metro Train Strikes Bicycle Rider South of Wardlow Station
  85. UPDATED: Boeing Announces Long Beach C-17 Layoffs, Officials React
  86. More Photos: Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration
  87. Bicycle Master Plan Updates To Be Discussed
  88. UPDATED: Long Beach Police Arrest Child Abduction Suspect
  89. Long Beach City College Becomes Smoke-Free Campus
  90. CSULB President Calls Proposed Budget Cuts "Significant Setback" But Remains Optimistic
  91. Long Beach City Council Passes $1.2B Redevelopment Funding Work Around
  92. Long Beach Police DUI Checkpoint In East Long Beach This Saturday
  93. Councilwoman Schipske To Hold Annual State Of The Fifth Council District Event
  94. CSULB Close To Offering Two Additional Doctorates
  95. Port Of Long Beach Cargo Volume Up Nearly 25%
  96. Aquarium Of The Pacific Offers Chance Of A Lifetime Whale Watching Adventure
  97. Tickets On Sale for Annual Belmont Shore Chocolate Fest
  98. Helpful Honda Employees Hit Long Beach Streets
  99. UPDATED: LBUSD Board To Discuss Closing Two Schools
  100. Toddler Rushed to Hospital After Being Struck by Car
  101. Attic Fire Closes Spires Restaurant
  102. Free Event: CSULB To Host Protect Your Financial Assets Seminar
  103. UPDATED: (Videos) ART PEACE Awards Event Brings Children, Youth And Professional Art Together
  104. Miller Children's Hospital Report 15 Years of Zero Mother-To-Baby HIV Transmission
  105. Efforts To Revitalize North Long Beach Include $105M Jordan High Renovation
  106. Local Freeway Construction Affects Freeway Lanes
  107. Long Beach Police Department & Business Community Strengthen Ties
  108. VIDEO: Zerby Family Calls For Justice Outside Police Headquarters
  109. Services Planned To Remember Don Westerland
  110. Suspect In 1998 Sexual Assault Arrested After DNA Match
  111. Budget Committee Will Refine Rainy Day Fund
  112. Single Sprinkler Saves Long Beach Restaurant From Fire
  113. Mayor Talks Tough On Pensions At 2011 State Of The City
  114. Tonight: Mayor Will Deliver State Of The City Address
  115. State Budget Proposal Cuts $12.5B, Asks Cities To Handle Spending Duties
  116. Free Community Breakfast Kicks Off Peace Week At King Park
  117. Gas & Oil Employee Impersonator Tried To Enter Long Beach Homes
  118. Firefighters Quickly Tame Bixby Knolls Apartment Blaze
  119. UPDATED: Long Beach U.S. Representatives Richardson And Rohrabacher Issue Statements On Shooting Of Arizona Colleague
  120. City Council Takes Another Crack At "Rainy Day Fund"
  121. LBCC President Says College Must Do More With Less
  122. Lend A Hand To The 2011 Martin Luther King Jr. Parade
  123. Police Connect Man To Unsolved Murders Using DNA Evidence
  124. UPDATE: Infrastructure Projects Kept Rains At Bay
  125. Inaugural Small Business Initiative Class Graduates From Long Beach City College
  126. Former LBUSD Superintendent Carl Cohn Appointed To State Education Board
  127. UPDATE: Crime Hits Historic Lows Across State, Country
  128. UPDATE: Council Wants To Increase Transparency On City Website
  129. UPDATE: Long Beach Would Feel Effects If Brown Cuts Redevelopment, Enterprise Zones
  130. L.A. Times Examines Ties Between Supervisor Knabe & His Lobbyist Son
  131. Cal State Long Beach Named Top 100 Best Value For Public Colleges
  132. Westbound Ocean Boulevard Closed This Weekend For Repairs
  133. Does Releasing The Names Of Officers Involved In Shootings Pose A Safety Threat?
  134. Registration Open For 2011 Bicycle Tour Of Long Beach
  135. Long Beach Fire Department Seeks Info On Man Who Lit Himself On Fire
  136. Musical Theatre West Bringing CATS To Long Beach In February
  137. Miller Children's Hospital Delivers First Long Beach Baby Of 2011
  138. 11 Long Beach Issues To Watch In 2011
  139. 2010 Year In Review: A Look Back At The News That Mattered
  140. Long Beach Police Predict Violent Crime Declines In 2010
  141. Boom Year For Port Of Long Beach Business In 2010
  142. Community Invited To Peace Week Kickoff Event On January 8
  143. PHOTOS: Fire Department Connects Kids With Donated Gifts
  144. Stater Bros. $10,000 Donation To Local Boys & Girls Club Will Create New Youth Opportunities
  145. Leadership Long Beach Names Jeff Williams Interim Executive Director
  146. How To Recycle Your Christmas Tree In Long Beach
  147. City Prepares As Rain Returns To Long Beach
  148. UPDATE: "Go Long Beach" Smartphone App Now Available For Android
  149. How Will You Celebrate The New Year In Long Beach?
  150. Hire-A-Youth Program Looks Forward After Successful Year
  151. Long Beach Needs Volunteers To Conduct Homeless Count
  152. VIDEO: Councilmember Johnson Addresses Governor-Elect Brown At Budget Forum
  153. Police Advise Against Shooting Guns Into The Air On New Year's Eve
  154. Long Beach E-Waste Drive: Dispose Of Your TVs & Cell Phones Safely
  155. Imagine This Radio: Person Of The Year Scott Jones Interview
  156. CSULB Trade Center To Hold Seminars On Local Port Impacts
  157. Disney On Ice Performance Coming To Long Beach Arena
  158. Wrigley Home Makes Christmas In Long Beach A Little Brighter
  159. Councilmembers Call For Immediate Pothole Repair After Storms
  160. Wine Flows On Retro Row At 4th Street Vine
  161. Trash Pickup, Street Sweeping & Library Schedule Over Holiday Weekend
  162. Intense Rains Cause Damage, But Long Beach Avoids Major Flooding & Tornado Warning
  163. Public Art Project To Debut In North Long Beach
  164. Two Men Arrested, Will Be Charged With Murder After Weekend Shooting
  165. Long Beach Teenagers Arrested For Stealing Christmas Presents
  166. UPDATE: Long Beach Airport Breaks Ground On New Passenger Concourse
  167. UPDATE: Long Beach Under Flash Flood Watch, Heavy Storm Approaching
  168. UPDATE: President Signs Don't Ask Don't Tell Repeal Act Into Law
  169. Diesel Emissions Reduction Act Updated, $4M To Port Of Long Beach
  170. UPDATE: Second Convicted Teenager Gets 198 Years For 2008 Shooting
  171. Port Expands Clean Trucks Program To Include More Vehicles
  172. Consumer Organization Ranks Long Beach Representatives Favorably
  173. Traffic: Valley View On-Ramps Partially Closed Today
  174. French Video Shows Lions Drag Strip In Its 1966 Glory
  175. Murder Suspect Arrested After Three-Hour Standoff In Long Beach
  176. Aquarium Offers Discounted Tickets Through The New Year
  177. New Book Celebrates 75 Years Of Long Beach Symphony Orchestra
  178. Financing Secured For New Long Beach Courthouse
  179. UPDATE: Sand Bags & More Info To Prepare For Weekend Storms
  180. PHOTOS: Progressive International Motorcycle Show In Long Beach
  181. UPDATE: Long Beach Police Officers Fatally Shoot Sexual Assault Suspect
  182. Woman Rescued After Falling Into Los Angeles River
  183. Local Physician Groups Combine To Join MemorialCare Foundation
  184. VIDEO: Attorney Disputes Police Claims In Zerby Shooting
  185. UPDATE: DREAM Act Fails In US Senate, Councilmembers & Community Groups Will Host DREAM Act Rally
  186. Progressive Motorcycle Show Rolls Into Long Beach
  187. Report Shows LBUSD Out-Ranking State In Low-Income & Minority Student Performance
  188. Port Of Long Beach Will Test Zero-Emission Fuel Cell Trucks
  189. Tips For Beating Cold Weather (Assuming It Comes To Long Beach)
  190. Inaugural 6th District Tree Lighting Ceremony
  191. CSULB Will Host 2011 College Sustainability Conference
  192. UPDATE: Furutani & Lowenthal Named To New Assembly Committees
  193. Santa Claus & Long Beach Firefighters Spread Holiday Cheer At Children's Hospital
  194. Ocean Boulevard Repaving Will Cause Delays & Detours
  195. Restrictions That Will Close 12 Marijuana Dispensaries Approved
  196. Long Beach Takes Step Toward Bicycle Registration Reform
  197. George Chapjian Named New Long Beach Parks & Rec Director
  198. Free Bus Service On New Year's Eve For Long Beach Partiers
  199. Op-Ed: Pass The DREAM Act, Says CSU Student President
  200. Cheap & Easy Pet Vaccinations Available At Clinic Tonight
  201. The Long Beach Arts Council Does Not Want Your Money
  202. CSULB Graduation Rates Show Sharp Improvement
  203. PHOTOS: Family & Friends Remember Zerby With Candlelight Vigil
  204. Mayor Foster Supports Obama Deal For Tax Cuts, Benefits
  205. City Council To Ask, How Can Long Beach Create Jobs?
  206. Long Beach Teen Chosen As Cancer Ambassador For St. Baldrick's
  207. Baby Otter Is New Star At Aquarium Of The Pacific
  208. Cirque Du Soleil Coming To Long Beach Arena In April
  209. Long Beach School Nominated For National Blue Ribbon Honor
  210. Long Beach Seeking Permanent Financial Director
  211. Knabe Talks Jobs At State Of County, Will Run For 2012 Re-Election
  212. Wreath Ceremony Will Remember Fallen Servicemen
  213. WATCH LIVE: Supervisor Knabe Delivers State Of The County At Noon
  214. Plastic Bag Ban On The Long Beach City Council Agenda Tonight
  215. Long Beach Toy Drives: Spread A Little Holiday Cheer
  216. Trade Agreement Signals Port Of Long Beach Alliance With Panama
  217. Get On The Bus! Free Ride To Downtown L.A. Art Walk Thursday
  218. Jack Kyser, Local Economics Expert, Dies At 76
  219. UPDATE WITH PHOTOS: 2-Year Old Rescued By Firefighter, Mother Arrested For Child Abuse
  220. Long Beach Announces $5,000 Home Energy Makeover Winners
  221. Helpful Honda Truck Leaving Free Gas Under Your Tree
  222. What Is The Current State Of Poverty In Long Beach?
  223. Local High School Music Students Get Free Tickets To Long Beach Symphony
  224. Expanded Downtown Vons Grocery Store Set For Re-Opening December 9
  225. Woman Arrested For 2006 Death Of 2-Year Old Long Beach Boy
  226. Local Potluck/Champagne Brunch Benefiting Toys For Tots
  227. Poverty In Long Beach Focus Of Community Meeting Friday
  228. Drunk Driver Hospitalized, Passenger Killed In Ocean Blvd. Crash
  229. Sky Room Hosting Wine & Champagne Tasting Downtown
  230. Homeless Services Non-Profit In Long Beach Wins $750k Grant
  231. $10,000 Reward Offered For Info In Two Long Beach Murders
  232. CSULB Students Lend A Thanksgiving Hand To L.A. Mission
  233. Tonight: Downtown Long Beach Turning RED For World AIDS Day
  234. Mayor & Army Corps Sign Breakwater Study Cost-Sharing Agreement
  235. Vietnamese Musical Swings Into Long Beach Terrace Theater
  236. City Prosecutor To Take Questions In Public Forum Tomorrow
  237. UPDATE: Long Beach Will Consider Ban On Plastic Bags
  238. Report: Long Beach School District One Of Top 20 In World
  239. Long Beach Man Gets Life Sentence For 22-Year Old Murder
  240. Long Beach Clothing Company To Re-Open In Bixby Knolls
  241. Happy Thanksgiving! What Are You Thankful For?
  242. Thanksgiving Runners Will Raise Money For Charity In 8th Annual Turkey Trot
  243. Gallery Expo Hosting Upcoming Artists' Reception In Bixby Knolls
  244. District Weekly Publishers Owe Staff $70k, Says Court
  245. Shooting Leaves Long Beach Man Injured In Willmore City
  246. LBCC Program Helping Small Businesses Open For New Applicants
  247. Local Ports Approve Strengthened Update To Clean Air Action Plan
  248. Coastal Commission Orders Restoration Of Graded Wetlands
  249. Pacific Hospital Self-Reported Employee Fraud, Still Fined $225k
  250. Port & Navy Diving Teams Prepare For Underwater Emergencies
  251. L.A. Port Approves Plan To Bring WWII Battleship To SoCal
  252. Free Parking Along 2nd Street In Belmont Shore
  253. Police Looking For Suspect After Attempted Sexual Assault
  254. Improving Long Beach Unemployment Rate Takes A Step Back
  255. Murder: 14-Year Old Killed In Long Beach Shooting
  256. Habitat For Humanity Makes "A Dream Come True" With New Home
  257. Canceled Carnival Cruises Could Hurt Long Beach Economy
  258. Port Traffic Posts Another Strong Gain In Holiday Anticipation
  259. Children's Cancer Center Gets $50K Grant To Further Research
  260. New $4.3M School Of Nursing Unveiled At CSULB
  261. Drunk Driver Kills Elderly Woman Sitting At Bus Stop
  262. BMX History Lives In Bixby Knolls Display
  263. Eco-Friendly Seafood At The Aquarium Of The Pacific
  264. Furutani Not Running For Oropeza Seat, Long Beach To Lose Representation In Sacramento
  265. Long Beach Will Receive Nearly $3M For New, Improved Parks
  266. UPDATE: Stranded Cruise Passengers Dock With Renewed Sense Of Humor
  267. Schipske Invites Residents To Take Medical Marijuana Survey
  268. Tickets Available For Holiday Event Benefiting Children In Need
  269. UPDATE: Missing Persons Found!
  270. Council Rejects Delay Of Downtown Plan, But Extends Public Comment Period
  271. CSU Students Will See Tuition Rise Again
  272. Arts Council Awards $175k To Long Beach Artists & Projects
  273. Police Announce Injunction Against Long Beach Street Gangs
  274. UPDATE: Magnitude, Location Of Long Beach Earthquake Changed
  275. Water Department Offers $2,500 Rebates For Drought Landscaping
  276. Tonight: First Fridays Celebrates 40 Years Of BMX History
  277. State Approves Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement
  278. Whooping Cough Cases On The Rise, But Preventable, Says Long Beach Health Department
  279. CSU Could Raise Tuition 5% For Spring, 10% For 2011-12
  280. Election 2010: Star Parker Concedes Bitter Congressional Race
  281. Election 2010: LIVE Long Beach Results And Reactions
  282. Election 2010: Long Beach Voters Say Yes On Measures B, C And D
  283. Election 2010: Long Beach Dems Re-Elected To Assembly, Congress
  284. Health Department Issues Beach Closure After Sewage Spill In Burbank
  285. Long Beach Firefighters Rescue Injured Victims Stuck In 200-Foot High Crane
  286. Long Beach Voters Cast Ballots; Find Your Nearest Polling Place
  287. Citywide Drive Aims To Collect 100,000 Pounds Of Food For The Needy
  288. Shooting Kills 21-Year Old Long Beach Man
  289. Long Beach Yellow Cab Offering Free Rides To Ballot Box
  290. Op-Ed: More Ballot Recommendations For Tuesday's Election
  291. UPDATE: More Spooky Halloween Photos From Dark Harbor
  292. Wishing A Safe & Happy Halloween Weekend
  293. Op-Ed: Why I Support Measure D
  294. Grant Allows CSULB Professors To Assist LBUSD Algebra Teachers
  295. Landlord Faces 23 Criminal Counts In "Slumlord" Case
  296. VIDEO: Long Beach Residents Speak Out Against Railyard Expansion
  297. LBCC Trustee Uranga Set To Become Chair Of National Community College Association
  298. More Long Beach Officers Arrested In Weapons Theft Case
  299. Funeral Services For Jenny Oropeza Remember A Full Life
  300. CSULB Extends Spring Enrollment Deadline To Keep State Funding
  301. Arianna Huffington: Portrait Of My Future Wife
  302. Funeral For State Senator Jenny Oropeza Set For Monday
  303. LBPD Warns Drivers About Driving While Distracted
  304. Star Parker Talks Affordable Housing At Long Beach Development
  305. Annual Sea Fare Aquarium Event A Night To Remember
  306. Killer Sentenced To Life In Prison For Strangling CSULB Student
  307. UPDATE: Jesse James Closing West Coast Choppers In Long Beach, Employees Say Nothing Formal Yet
  308. Long Beach Schools Will Rehire Employees In Exchange For Furlough Days
  309. Vigil Tomorrow Night To Support LGBT Community Against Bullying
  310. L.A. Arts Walk Inspires Mind Behind First Fridays
  311. Controversial Richardson Sacramento Home Listed For Short Sale
  312. Voter Registration Stations Open Until Midnight
  313. Murder: Suspect Arrested After Shooting Kills San Pedro Man
  314. Hear Footsteps? Long Beach Marathon Coming This Weekend
  315. Port Of Long Beach Shows 30% Cargo Increase Over Last Year
  316. Candlelight Vigil & Walk Brings Awareness To Domestic Violence Tonight
  317. Op-Ed: How The Port Can Win Back Community Trust
  318. Poll: Three Most Important Issues To Long Beach Voters
  319. Arts Council Looking For Long Beach Artists For Upcoming Projects
  320. How To Get Involved: Learn About Volunteering In Long Beach
  321. Poll: Support For Same-Sex Marriage In Long Beach Grows
  322. Long Beach, Other School Districts Aim To Reform State Education
  323. Students Open School Salad Bar With Help From U.S. Health Secretary
  324. All Long Beach Libraries Closed On Sundays & Mondays
  325. Yellow Cab Going Pink To Fight Breast Cancer In Long Beach
  326. Poll: Long Beach Divided On Local Ballot Measures, Pot Tax and Vet Proposition Poised to Pass
  327. Girl's Bravery, Hotel's Generosity Put Sex Offender Behind Bars
  328. Poll: Mayor Foster At 63.7% Approval Rating, 60.3% Of Voters Say City On Right Track
  329. Has The Port Of Long Beach Exaggerated The Panama Canal Threat?
  330. City Says Fire Cuts Are Due To $2.3 Million Pay Increases
  331. Approved State Budget Includes Nearly $200M Increase For CSU
  332. PHOTOS: 28th Leadership Long Beach Prayer Breakfast
  333. VIDEO: Police Honor Servicemen Who Likely Saved Officer's Life
  334. Long Beach Nonprofits Fight To Adapt In New Economy
  335. Suspect, Officer Taken To Hospital After Shooting Yesterday
  336. Fundraising Complete For DeForest Wetlands Restoration Along L.A. River
  337. Anaheim & Gerald Desmond Bridges Closed In Separate Incidents
  338. Long Beach City Council: Furloughs, Pension Spiking & Prop 8
  339. Long Beach Man, Convicted Sex Offender, Gets One Year Sentence
  340. King Park Festival To Offer "A Taste Of World Cultures" Saturday
  341. Legend's Sports Bar Unveils Massive Projection Screen In Long Beach
  342. Sprinklers Cause Damage, But Save Lives In Long Beach Fire
  343. First Lady Michelle Obama To Speak At Women's Conference In Long Beach
  344. Port Profits, Proposition D Will Be Discussed At Luncheon
  345. PHOTOS: Blessing Of The Animals Draws Furry Crowd To Long Beach
  346. First Fridays Boasts Another Huge Lineup Planned Tonight
  347. Mentoring Program Gets $25k To Expand Services To Long Beach Students
  348. Catalina Channel Swimmer Eyeing Open-Water Triple Crown
  349. Aquarium Breaks Ground On Ocean Science Center
  350. Three Public Works Of Art Coming To Long Beach Soon
  351. CSU Praises Bills That Help Transfers, Nursing & Physical Therapy Students
  352. Special Olympics Building Could Be Renamed After Eunice Kennedy Shriver
  353. Gerald Desmond Bridge Construction Approved By Long Beach City Council
  354. More Long Beach Employee Groups Agree To Pay Freezes
  355. Op-Ed: Federal Jobs Program Shouldn't End, Says Knabe
  356. Long Beach Symphony Orchestra Opening Season With Romantic Russian Theme, Champagne
  357. UPDATED: Scorching Heat In Long Beach - Airport Records 109 Degrees
  358. Long Beach Budget: City Council Might Veto Mayor's Veto
  359. Latin American Festival & Parade Dances Through Downtown Long Beach
  360. Good Neighbor Festival Brings Good Vibes To East Long Beach
  361. Another Cat Burglary In Belmont Shore, Police Say
  362. How To Keep Your Body & Wallet Healthy: Long Beach Health & Wellness Expo
  363. UPDATE: John Morris Eyeing New Restaurant In Belmont Shore
  364. The Evolution Of John Morris
  365. CSULB Forum Talks Port Of Long Beach, Panama Canal Expansion
  366. Cash For Conservation: Program Pays Businesses That Save Water
  367. Richardson Plans To Introduce Oil Spill Response Bills
  368. PHOTOS: Wilson Water Polo Beats Corona Del Mar
  369. CSULB Program Will Teach Jordan & Cabrillo Teachers
  370. Food Truck Festival Rolling Back Into Long Beach This October
  371. Second Suspect In 2008 Fatal Shooting Found Guilty Today
  372. Overnight Parking Expanded For Downtown Long Beach Residents
  373. Councilmember Neal Defaulted On Loan, Could Lose Home
  374. Mayor Cuts $2.7M From Budget & Vetoes $60M Port Building
  375. President Obama To Nominate Long Beach Harbor Commissioner Mario Cordero To Federal Post
  376. Park(ing) Day LA Embraced At CSULB & Long Beach's Retro Row
  377. CSULB Professor Elected President Of Long Beach Water Board
  378. Keep Doors & Windows Locked, Long Beach Police Advise
  379. VIDEO: Taste Of Downtown Samples Best Of Long Beach Restaurants
  380. Mayor O'Neill & Saltzgaver Discussing Biography At CSULB
  381. UPDATE: Mayor Foster On The Move?
  382. Sen. Wright Faces 8-Count Felony Indictment, Pleads Not Guilty
  383. Long Beach Passes Budget With Cuts To Police & Fire
  384. Some Violent Crimes Rose In Long Beach In 2009
  385. Long Beach Fire Department Investigates Molotov Cocktail Attacks
  386. Photos & Video: Belmont Shore Car Show
  387. Long Beach Man Dies, Pregnant Woman Wounded In Separate Shootings
  388. VIDEO: Long Beach Police & Fire 9/11 Memorial Ceremony
  389. Long Beach Residents Remember 9/11 With Community Drum Circle
  390. Get Stuffed At 14th Annual Long Beach Lobster Fest
  391. Belmont Shore Car Show Roars Into Long Beach This Sunday
  392. Long Beach Art Theatre Presents Improv Comedy Tonight
  393. Long Beach Gets $1.5 Million To Fight Foreclosures
  394. Tickets On Sale For Arianna Huffington CSULB Speech
  395. Video Of The Day: Fitz & The Tantrums Rocks Fingerprints
  396. Long Beach Budget Deficit Likely To Impact 70 Police Positions
  397. Long Beach City Council Approves Creation Of Foreclosure Ordinance
  398. Ten Of The Best Long Beach Photos From 'Say Cheese' Contest
  399. How Would You Improve Long Beach Schools?
  400. Will A $350M Car Show Move To Long Beach Permanently?
  401. Councilmember DeLong Invites Public To Video Townhall Meeting On Budget
  402. Budget Deadline Approaching For Long Beach City Council
  403. Happy Labor Day!
  404. Video Of The Day: Opa! Long Beach Greek Festival
  405. Blue Whales Gathering Off Long Beach Coast In Record Numbers
  406. PT: Long Beach Police Officers Could Face Layoffs
  407. Nominate A Long Beach Leader For Community Award
  408. CSULB Defends Graduation Rate Against 'Hall Of Shame' Website
  409. Some Long Beach Employees Help Ease City's Financial Crisis
  410. $5k Energy Efficiency Makeovers Up For Grabs For Long Beach Residents
  411. Video Of The Day: Jay Buchanan Performs At Buskerfest
  412. A Victory For Long Beach Libraries?
  413. Poly Ranked #4, Lakewood #5 In Preseason Football Poll
  414. CSULB Students: How To Save Money On Your Books This Semester
  415. VIDEO: New Peace Garden Welcomed To King Park In Long Beach
  416. Woman Discovered Shot To Death Early Monday In North Long Beach
  417. Long Beach Man Sentenced To 433 Years In Prison For Assaults
  418. Fire Breaks Out At Former Press-Telegram Building
  419. How To Get Involved? City of Long Beach Hosts Workshop
  420. Long Beach Councilman Dee Andrews Hosts Peace Garden Ceremony Saturday
  421. Drake Park Renovation Revealed, Headed For EIR Process
  422. JetBlue Flight 262 From Long Beach Blows Two Tires Landing In Sacramento
  423. Grand Marshals Named For Upcoming Long Beach Latin Parade
  424. Free Community Breakfast At Houghton Park Saturday
  425. California Loses Hopeful Effort To Win Race To The Top Education Grants
  426. Man Found Dead While In Custody At Long Beach Jail
  427. Long Beach Budget Meeting Could Prove Crucial
  428. VIDEO: Red Bull Flugtag Thrills More Than 100,000 Fans In Long Beach
  429. Flugtag Photo Gallery From LBPOST.com Readers!
  430. Red Bull Flugtag Long Beach: The Official LBPOST.com Preview
  431. Senator Boxer Holds Campaign Fundraiser In Downtown Long Beach
  432. Three Arrested In Burglary Ring, Hitting Local Fitness Centers
  433. Your Weekend Events Schedule: Pool Party, Music & More!
  434. Long Beach Losers Aims To Help You Lose Weight
  435. Port Of Long Beach To Welcome Second Hybrid Tugboat To Its Fleet
  436. Why Long Beach Public Libraries Matter
  437. Long Beach Veterans Services Leader Named President Of U.S. Vets
  438. Happy 90th Birthday, Ray Bradbury
  439. War Correspondent Gideon Yago Appears At Lightbulb Mouth Tonight
  440. City Of Long Beach, Brought To You By Pepsi
  441. Tips To Prevent Mail Theft, A Growing Trend In Long Beach
  442. Garcia To Hold State Of The 1st District Next Monday
  443. Test Scores On The Rise Across Long Beach, State
  444. Giant Turtle Lobbies For Ban On Single-Use Plastic Bags
  445. Governor Signs Peninsula Parking Bill Into Law
  446. Same-Sex Marriages Delayed Until At Least December
  447. CSULB Ranked #4 Public University In West Region
  448. Police Believe Long Beach Man Killed Wife, Then Himself
  449. Acres Of Books To Re-Open For Final, Final, Final Time
  450. Long Beach Municipal Band Closing Summer With Tonight's Show
  451. Hip-Hop Violinist Headlines Long Beach SAM Show Tonight
  452. Downtown Long Beach Welcomes Kress Market Gourmet Grocer
  453. Jumpstarting The Arts In Long Beach
  454. Police Crack Down On Growing Trend Of Bike Thefts In Long Beach
  455. UPDATE: Police Seek Help In Identifying Sexual Assault Suspect
  456. Long Beach Awards $8M Settlement In Wrongful Conviction
  457. $2.5M Fund Aimed At Assisting Long Beach Non-Profits
  458. "Poetry Box" Project Drawing Attention To Bixby Knolls
  459. VIDEO: David Cross Appearance At Light Bulb Mouth Radio Hour
  460. Fatal Daylight Shooting Highlights Problem Of Street Robberies In Long Beach
  461. Public Invited To Downtown Debut Of Project By L.A. Artists
  462. Obama Signs $26B Bill Aimed At Saving Teacher Jobs
  463. India Orders Additional Long Beach-Made Boeing C-17 Aircraft
  464. Long Beach & Los Angeles Announce $53M Security Grant
  465. Fiorina Earns Long Beach Chamber Support At Local Speech
  466. UPDATE: LBPD Officer Charged With 12 Grand Theft Counts
  467. New LBPOST.com Design Gives Readers More
  468. Whole Lotta Rhythm Goes Down At Long Beach Funk Fest
  469. Bodek Named Director Of Long Beach Development
  470. Tony Hawk Foundation Chooses McBride Park For Fundraiser
  471. CSULB Named To Princeton Review "Best In The West" List
  472. Upstream Cities Get Pollution-Preventing Stormdrain Screens
  473. Christmas In The Trenches: The Long Beach Prop 8 Rally
  474. CNBC Interviews Port Director On Economic Growth
  475. LBFD Rescues Driver As Big Rig Overturns On 405/710 Exchange
  476. Crowd Celebrates Prop 8 Decision At Bixby Park
  477. UPDATES: Federal Judge Finds Proposition 8 Unconstitutional
  478. Port Funding, Veterans Job Preferences Put To The Voters
  479. Rally Planned In Long Beach Tonight, Following Prop 8 Ruling
  480. UPDATED: 800 Boeing Jobs To Leave Long Beach By 2012
  481. Murder Conviction Of Long Beach Woman Overturned
  482. Port To Pay $5.9M Aquarium Debt, $50M Expansion Coming
  483. Arson Suspected In Long Beach Apartment Fire On Saturday
  484. Gang Prevention Through Art In Downtown Long Beach
  485. Memorial Held Saturday For Dave Wodynski, LB Budget Manager
  486. West Nile Virus Detected In Long Beach, Take Precautions
  487. Robbery Suspect Arrested After Leaping Into Ocean To Escape
  488. CSULB Will Accept Applications For Spring 2011 Enrollment
  489. Art Exhibit Brings Anti-Gang Message To Long Beach Saturday
  490. Environmental Impact Report For New Harbor Bridge Released
  491. Lowenthal Elected Vice Mayor, Budget Arguments Heat Up
  492. Council: Vice Mayor, City Budget & Pension Reform Tonight
  493. Another Pike Business Closes As Club V20 Shuts Doors
  494. Man Found Stabbed To Death On Pine Avenue Monday Morning
  495. UPDATE: City Budget Manager David Wodynski Dies Suddenly At Age 40
  496. Tonight: Fundraiser Benefits Motorcycle Accident Victim
  497. Services Cut, Pensions Targeted In Proposed 2011 Budget
  498. Massive Forklift Catches Fire At Port, Tires Explode
  499. Helicopter Makes Emergency Landing At Long Beach Poly
  500. Construction On 2nd Street Progressing, More Closures
  501. Long Beach Unemployment Still Very High At 13.5%
  502. Promenade Square Opening Saturday In Downtown Long Beach
  503. Standout Students Staying Local, Thanks To CSULB Program
  504. 14th Street Skate Park Hosting Car Show & Cookout
  505. Hyatt May Sell Long Beach Hotel, Labor Protest Tonight
  506. A New City Council, A New Political Story?
  507. Police Commanders Meeting With Residents Tonight
  508. Long Beach City Officials Sworn In To New Positions
  509. Local City Managers Outraged Over Salaries Of Bell Employees
  510. LBUSD Joins In Application For Race To The Top Funding
  511. Garcia Switches Position On Reduced Council Meetings
  512. UPDATED: Shooting Victim Was Not A Burglar, Say Police
  513. Crane Rolls & Bursts Into Flames On 710 Freeway Yesterday
  514. Richardson Hopeful For Breakwater, Hospital & LBCC Funding
  515. Long Beach Could Look To Rein In Pension Costs
  516. Two Suspects Arrested For 2009 Murder Of Long Beach Man
  517. Charges Filed, Names Released In $10M Long Beach Drug Bust
  518. Five Arrested For Witness Intimidation In Murder Trial
  519. Wow, It's Hot: How To Stay Cool This Summer
  520. Long Beach Police Seize Over $10 Million Worth Of Narcotics
  521. New Website Connects Job Seekers With Hiring Businesses
  522. Major Traffic Increase At Ports Could Signal Resurgence
  523. Council Deadlocks On Seniority Policy For Vice Mayor
  524. Food Truck Festival Celebrating L.A. Specialty In Long Beach
  525. Firefighters Free Man From Car Wreck With Jaws Of Life
  526. LBUSD Lays Off 357 Teachers, Institutes Furloughs
  527. Hot August Nights Planning A Permanent Move To Long Beach?
  528. Strike Ends At Port, Clerical Workers Return
  529. Four Men Wounded As Shooter Flees Early Sunday
  530. VIDEO: Bixby Knolls Car Show Keeps Auto Passion Burning
  531. Battle At The Bandshell
  532. Habitat For Humanity To Build Home For Long Beach Family
  533. Miller Children's Hospital Patients Leave Their Mark, Fly The Skies
  534. Fired Up: The 5th Annual Bixby Knolls Dragster & Car Show
  535. What Is The Best Bookstore In Long Beach?
  536. LBUSD Process For Firing Teachers Stands Up In Court
  537. The Right Labor Agreement For Airport Construction?
  538. Last Chance To Say Goodbye To Acres Of Books This Saturday
  539. UPDATED: Earthquake Shakes The Southland
  540. UPDATE: Officer & Passengers Injured After Blue Line Collides With Police Car
  541. Long Beach Blues Festival Cancels 2010 Event, Smaller Fair Planned Instead
  542. Swing Music & Cover Bands Take Over Long Beach This Weekend
  543. City Council Moves Forward On Marijuana Tax & Ban On Smoking In Small Parks
  544. LA Times Looks To Long Beach Schools As Example For State
  545. Solar Powered Recycling Bins To Appear In Long Beach
  546. Port Strike Continues, Not Affecting Shipping Traffic
  547. Long Beach Man Dies After Police Release Him To Hospital
  548. City Council: The State Of Smoking In Long Beach
  549. UPDATE: Fewer Meetings For Long Beach City Council?
  550. Photos: Fireworks From The Long Beach Queen Mary Show
  551. Happy Independence Day
  552. Long Beach Could Place 5% Tax On Marijuana Sales
  553. Allegiant Airlines Gets Grand Welcome At Long Beach Airport
  554. Congresswoman Richardson Cleared Of All Unethical Charges
  555. Long Beach Student Team Wins National Engineering Contest
  556. UPDATE: Long Beach Economic Development Manager To Leave Position
  557. New Restaurant To Open In Former Gameworks Site At Pike
  558. Graffiti Removal Has 99% Success Rate Within 24 Hours
  559. Free Long Beach Concerts In The Park Begin Tonight
  560. Fire Department & Others Hosting Fireworks In Long Beach
  561. Port Of Long Beach Office Workers Threaten Strike
  562. UPDATE: Does The Long Beach Airport Need Stricter Safety Regulations?
  563. Long Beach Police Step Up Patrols After 15-Year Old Killed
  564. Design Selected For New Long Beach Courthouse
  565. Beer & Politics To Discuss second+pch Project
  566. Photos: Long Beach Bayou & Mardi Gras Festival
  567. Long Beach Fire Announces New Command Staff Promotions
  568. Uwanajama Concert Bringing Reggae To Queen Mary Saturday
  569. Live Performance Weaves Tale of Pacific Island Culture
  570. Long Beach Looks To Department Realignment To Save Money
  571. Former District Writers Launch New Web Site
  572. Deborah Ellis Will Replace Johnson In Auditor's Office
  573. Goldman Sachs Could Provide Boost To Small Businesses
  574. Bayou Festival Brings N'Awlins To Long Beach This Weekend
  575. Long Beach City Council Votes To Share Cost Of Breakwater Feasibility Study
  576. Firefighters Use Jaws Of Life To Rescue Accident Victim
  577. Mayor Foster Impressed After Visiting Oil Spill In Gulf
  578. Chief McDonnell On Losing High-Ranking Officers
  579. Long Beach RDA Approves 2011 Budget, Updated Plans
  580. VIDEO: Documentary Examines Breakwater (View It Here)
  581. Photos: Rockabilly Another Long Beach Musical Success
  582. Freeway Pursuit Ends With Gunshots In Long Beach
  583. UPDATE: Army Corps Of Engineers Approves Interest In Breakwater Feasibility Study
  584. Options Could Lower $4M Pricetag For Breakwater Study
  585. UPDATED: Long Beach Commander Johnson Becomes Newport Beach Chief
  586. O'Donnell Offers Surfing Lesson To Chamber CEO After Breakwater Statement
  587. CSU Board Approves Another Student Tuition Increase
  588. Long Beach Gets A Preview Of Hot August Nights Car Show
  589. UPDATE: Breakwater Report Coming Monday, Councilmembers Taking Sides
  590. Two Years On The Water: A Long Beach Father's Day Tale
  591. Mayor O'Neill Biography Penned By Gazettes Executive Editor
  592. Hot August Nights Car Show Coming To Long Beach In 2011
  593. Local Artists Compete In Fresh & Easy Design Contest
  594. 7th Street Bridge Construction To Begin Around October
  595. Few Details In Shooting Of 15-Year Old Long Beach Boy
  596. Lauren Morris Becomes New Long Beach Playhouse Director
  597. Air Quality Improving, Says Port Of Long Beach Report
  598. Long Beach Chamber Opposes Funding Breakwater Study
  599. Long Beach Offers Up To $200k For First-Time Homebuyers
  600. PT: Construction At 22/405/605 Exchange Gets Underway
  601. Newsweek Names Seven Long Beach High Schools To "Best" List
  602. Long Beach City College Assists Goldman Sachs Program
  603. Breakwater Decision Coming To June 22 Council Meeting
  604. Long Beach Symphony Music Director Enrique Diemecke Honored With Recording Prize
  605. Long Beach NAACP To Honor Men of the Year
  606. Congresswoman Richardson Taking Post Office Naming Nominations On Facebook
  607. Salvation Army Tells City of Long Beach Kroc Center Is A No-Go
  608. UPDATES: Long Beach Memorial In Talks To Take Over Community Hospital
  609. Mayor Foster & Councilmember Garcia to Kick-Off Build Day for New City Farm
  610. Entire St. Anthony High School Senior Class Going To College
  611. LBPD Seeks Help Identifying Shooting Suspects
  612. LBUSD Senior Scholarships Earn $51 Million This Year
  613. James Johnson Wins 7th District
  614. Long Beach Election Night Coverage
  615. Port of Long Beach Moves Forward On Main Channel
  616. Long Beach-Based Southern California Olympics To Be Honored By CSULB Leadership Center
  617. Willmore City Heritage Association Wins National Award
  618. Q&A With Retiring Long Beach Parks Director Phil Hester
  619. Teachers Association Weighs Endorsement Of Fed Funding
  620. Children Today 5K/10K To Raise Money For Homeless Youth
  621. Long Beach North Neighborhood Library Closed June 9-10
  622. Wetlands Swap Closes Escrow
  623. LBPD Reminds Graduates To Celebrate Responsibly
  624. 2010 AIDS Walk Raises Funds, Invests In Education
  625. IRS Changes Rule, Same-Sex Partners May File As A Unit
  626. LATimes: Mapping The Region
  627. Fremont Elementary Science & Technology Program Receives Boost From Laserfiche
  628. Councilmember Garcia, Arts Council, Molina Family, WeLoveLB To Unveil Murals
  629. LBTV Wins Nine Awards For Outstanding Programming
  630. LATimes: Boeing, Workers Reach Tentative Agreement
  631. Allegiant Air Announces New Flights To Northern California
  632. Newsroom Vet John Futch To Leave Press-Telegram
  633. Program Aims To Place 1,500 Youth In Summer Jobs
  634. Meeting To Update Progress On Termino Stormdrain Project
  635. Will Voters Award Johnson Or Reyes Uranga The 7th District?
  636. 2nd Street Will Be Repaved, Completion Aimed For August
  637. Bixby Knolls Hosting Fun-Filled "First Fridays" Event Tonight
  638. Long Beach Transit To Reduce Bus Services This Fall
  639. Senate Approves Bill For School Spending Flexibility
  640. Women's Conference Expands, Announces Award Winners
  641. Schipske Schedules Public Meeting After Park Shooting
  642. P-T: Long Beach Parks Director Phil Hester Retiring
  643. Rep. Richardson Comments On Obama Drilling Moratorium
  644. Long Beach Fire Posts Thrilling Videos Of Rescue & Practice
  645. Governor Signs Application For School Funding In Long Beach
  646. Rock Concert Benefits Long Beach Veterans
  647. Update: Remains Of Murder Victim Found In Long Beach Park
  648. LBUSD Students Receive $250k In College Scholarships
  649. Memorial Day Ceremony To Remember Navy Sub Veterans
  650. P-T Asks: With Tesla Gone, Now What?
  651. Drive-In "Avatar" Showing To Kick Off Summer Events
  652. Heal The Bay Report Says Long Beach Waters Are Improving
  653. Woman Seriously Injured In North Long Beach Shooting
  654. Long Beach Police To Hold South Division Meeting Thursday
  655. Labor Group Files Complaint Against Long Beach Hyatt
  656. Urban Farm To Promote Healthy Eating To Students, Community
  657. Breakwater Study Gains Support Of Local Army Corps
  658. Paddling Out To Support Breakwater Reconfiguration
  659. Police, Fire & Rescue Save Suicidal Woman From Jumping
  660. Environmentally-Friendly Fun At Green LB Festival
  661. Circle Audi Celebrates Redesign With Exclusive Guests
  662. Long Beach Police Arrest Eight Suspects In Gang Takedown
  663. Downey Or Long Beach? Neither. Tesla To Build In Fremont
  664. Aquarium Unveils New Sea Otter Exhibit & Medical Facility
  665. Girls Plead Guilty To Witness Intimidation Charges
  666. Allegiant Airlines Arrives In Long Beach With $10 Flight
  667. Murder: Long Beach Man Found Stabbed, Girlfriend Arrested
  668. Police Conducting Emergency Tests Downtown Today
  669. Let Us Consider The Wetlands...
  670. Skateboarding Film Gets Rave Reviews In Long Beach Premiere
  671. Red Bull & Long Beach Developing Bond With Flugtag
  672. Photos: Pride Parade Brings Thousands To Long Beach
  673. Alan Patalano Named Chief Of Long Beach Fire Department
  674. Long Beach Pride Parade
  675. This Weekend: Parties & Parades Of Long Beach Pride
  676. Documentary About Skating In Long Beach Premieres Tomorrow
  677. Frontier Airlines Makes First Long Beach Flight
  678. UPDATED: Long Beach Police Use Tear Gas To Arrest Suspect
  679. Researchers Predict Economic Growth In Long Beach
  680. Breakwater Events To Provide Background, Updates
  681. Debbie Mills Named Long Beach Director Of Human Resources
  682. Alexander Receives Award, Looks To Future For CSULB
  683. Woman Murdered In Long Beach, Suspect Killed By Police
  684. Long Beach Schools Will Have 5 Furlough Days Next Year
  685. House Fire Displaces Family Of Four In Long Beach
  686. Woman Killed In Long Beach Parking Structure, Male Suspect Apparently Commits Suicide
  687. Photos: Ride Along On The 2010 Tour of Long Beach!
  688. Bike Tour Raises $60,000 For Miller Children's Hospital
  689. Tesla Continues To Hint At Downey, But Still No Deal
  690. PT: Save Kroc Center Effort Launched
  691. Mayor Endorses Johnson Over Reyes Uranga In 7th District
  692. City Scrambling, But Kroc Center Prospects Are Dim
  693. second+pch Project Speeds Ahead, But Concerns Dampen The Excitement
  694. Bike Fest Set To Ride Through Long Beach
  695. First Fridays Has Another Stellar Lineup For Bixby Knolls
  696. Two Stories: Garcia To Visit Israel; State Could Raid RDA Funds
  697. Long Beach Approves $600k Loan For Cal Worthington
  698. UPDATED: Future Of Kroc Center In Jeopardy
  699. Superintendent Testifies Before Congressional Committee
  700. Flugtag Flying Into Long Beach, Deadline Approaching
  701. RDA Approves Partial Demolition Of Atlantic Theatre
  702. Help Us Develop Our Emergency Resource Page
  703. VIDEO: Attacked Transgendered Student Speaks During Anti-Hate Rally At CSULB
  704. Tesla Nearing Deal For Downey, Again. Again. Again.
  705. Rally Against Hate Crimes Scheduled Tonight At CSULB
  706. UPDATED: Statement From Transgendered Victim Of Campus Attack
  707. UPDATED: Dean Will Not Be Charged In Domestic Violence Case
  708. LAT: Long Beach Police Officer Committed Suicide In Las Vegas
  709. Chief McDonnell Speaking Tonight, Commanders Speak At Noon
  710. Main Library Evacuated After 'Suspicious Package' Found
  711. Tree Trimmer Repeatedly Electrocuted While Working
  712. Two Arrested For Witness Intimidation In Melody Ross Case
  713. VIDEO: Airport Shows Off Modernization Plans
  714. Draft EIR Released For 2nd+PCH Project
  715. Garcia Launches Breakwater Letter-Writing Campaign
  716. Smooth's Sports Grille & Bouchee's Bistro End Partnership
  717. Earth Day Events Keep Long Beach Green
  718. Education Bill Could Give Schools More Spending Freedom
  719. $1 Billion Golden Shore Development Plan Approved
  720. Johnson & Reyes Uranga Ready For Run-off In 7th District
  721. City Council Self-Imposes $47k Loss To Help Yacht Club
  722. City Management Seeks Rent Reduction For Scenic Businesses
  723. Advertising’s Armageddon: The Battle for Gray Matter
  724. Art Theatre Show Will Benefit Unpaid District Freelancers
  725. Kroc Center Could Get Boost From City Council Team
  726. Drawing Of Suspected Driver In Two Shootings Released
  727. TODAY @ 2PM: Join The Live Q&A With LA County Supervisor Don Knabe
  728. Give Back On Earth Day With E-Waste Drives In Long Beach
  729. Police Chief McDonnell To Speak At The Center Tonight
  730. Some 2,000 Ballots Still To Be Counted, "About Normal"
  731. Steven Neal Wins 9th District City Council Seat
  732. Johnson & Reyes Uranga Will Need Run-Off In 7th District
  733. Haubert Becomes New Long Beach City Prosecutor
  734. LIVE UPDATES: Final Long Beach Election Results
  735. Shannon Elected To Fourth Term As City Attorney
  736. DeLong Re-Elected In 3rd District
  737. Schipske Wins Re-Election Easily In 5th District
  738. Garcia Elected To First Full Term In 1st District
  739. Mayor Bob Foster Claims Victory
  740. Bob Shannon, Robert Garcia, Gary DeLong & Gerrie Schipske In The Lead
  741. Election Day In Long Beach
  742. Long Beach Man Gets 25-Life In Prison For Murder Of Toddler
  743. Tonight: Comedy Show Will Benefit Local Haiti Relief Fund
  744. Get Your Car Washed For The Boys & Girls Club Today!
  745. A Long Beach Food Revolution
  746. Long Beach City Clerk: What To Expect On Election Night
  747. Police Believe Two Long Beach Murders Are Linked
  748. 1st District Council Candidates Will Debate Tonight
  749. Resignation Of DLBA Advisor Could Signal Larger Issues
  750. Four Injured In Long Beach Daylight Shooting
  751. DeLong Motion Could Rename Dog Zone After Rosie The Bulldog
  752. Arts & Music Make First Fridays A North Long Beach Hit
  753. Success In A Freakonomy, Part VII: On The Inside Looking Out
  754. 7.2 Earthquake In Mexico Felt In Long Beach
  755. Long Beach Police Seek Help In Fatal Shooting Last October
  756. Fall Of Jesse James Continues With Vandalism Charge
  757. Questions Around Marchese Heat Up 3rd District Race
  758. Long Beach City College Unveils $8.8M Trades Building
  759. UPDATE: Apparent Suicide In Long Beach Traffic Stop Gone Awry
  760. Long Beach Airport Receives $2.2M Grant For Upgrades
  761. Doesn't Long Beach Already Have Offshore Drilling?
  762. UPDATE: Long Beach's Queen Mary Will Sail Again
  763. Lightbulb Mouth Radio Hour Becoming A Long Beach Gem
  764. VIDEO: Deep Sea Diver Performs Live At The Basement
  765. Teen Shot In Long Beach On Monday Night Dies From Wounds
  766. Long Beach Water Department Wants To Pay You To Relandscape
  767. Long Beach Police Stepping Up Patrol After Recent Shootings
  768. Chief Talks Gangs, Pension Reform & Crime In Long Beach
  769. Schipske & Hedges Get Personal In Long Beach Council Debate
  770. Fire Tears Through East Long Beach Apartment
  771. Council Debate: 5th District Candidates Tonight!
  772. Three Boys Shot (One Critical Condition) In Long Beach
  773. Fiorina Talks Ports, Unions & More In Long Beach
  774. Long Beach, Garcia Make Final Push To Court Google Fiber
  775. Long Beach City College To Offer One Summer School Session
  776. Free Community Breakfast Saturday In Los Altos
  777. Long Beach Speeds Up Efforts To Encourage Biking
  778. Laserfiche To Match Donations For Science Program
  779. LAT: Marine Finds A New Way To Give Back
  780. NEW: LBPOST.com 2010 Long Beach Election Ticker
  781. Long Beach City College Begins Effort To Control Wild Rabbits
  782. Long Beach Republicans Host A Night With Candidates
  783. Ban On Smoking At CA Parks & Beaches Gaining Support
  784. Long Beach Arts Leaders Excited About Collaboration With Getty
  785. Lowenthal Named Chair Of Transportation Committee
  786. Port Of Long Beach Getting $20M Water System Upgrade
  787. Fireworks At 3rd District Debate For Long Beach City Council
  788. $14.3M Stimulus Funding Will Repair Long Beach Streets
  789. How Would You Use $250 To Help Others?
  790. Council Debate: 3rd District Candidates Tonight!
  791. Success In A Freakonomy, Part VI: Let Your Freak Flag Fly
  792. House Passes Health Care, Reps. Richardson & Rohrabacher Release Statements
  793. Dan Pressburg Out Of 9th District Council Race
  794. VIDEO: Mayor Foster Answers LBPOST.com Reader's Questions
  795. Long Beach College Promise Celebrates Two Years
  796. Update: District Weekly Will Publish Final Issue
  797. Mayor Bob Foster Answers Your Questions
  798. Effort Heats Up To Court Google Fiber To Long Beach
  799. Update: District Weekly Will Fold
  800. Food Specials & Recipes For St. Patrick's Day In Long Beach
  801. Earthquake Wakes Long Beach; No Significant Damage
  802. Update: Richardson In Hot Water (Again) Over Helicopter Tour
  803. Join Mayor Bob Foster: Live Q&A March 18th @ 3PM
  804. McDonnell Takes Reins Of Long Beach Police Department
  805. Superintendent Steinhauser Op-Ed: Fed Funding & Schools
  806. Councilmember Andrews Seeks Aid For Released Prisoners
  807. City Prosecutor Candidates Will Debate Tonight
  808. Family Pleads For Justice After Murder Of Long Beach Teen
  809. $1,000 At Stake In Annual Spelling Bee This Weekend
  810. Should Measure T Be Placed On The Ballot Again?
  811. Rally Planned To Promote Peace In Face Of Long Beach Violence
  812. Submerged Woman Rescued After Driving Off Long Beach Bridge
  813. Long Beach Unemployment Back Up To 14.5%
  814. Six Injured, Traffic Slowed In 710 Freeway Accident
  815. Long Beach Passes Medical Marijuana Ordinance
  816. "Long Beach Reads One Book" Literacy Event Still Going Strong
  817. Police Chief McDonnell Meets With Long Beach Latino Leaders
  818. Debating Season In Full Swing Tonight
  819. Two Dead In Long Beach "Pack Rat" House Fire
  820. Success In A Freakonomy, Part V: Put Your Net to Work
  821. UPDATE: Three Shot In Attempted Bank Robbery In Long Beach
  822. High-Ranking Port Employee Leaving To Start Law Firm
  823. Mayor Bob Foster Appointed By Governor To Electricity Board
  824. Long Beach Teachers & Tom Morello Rally For Public Education
  825. Update: Search For New Long Beach Fire Chief To Include Candidates Across California
  826. Urban Basketball Court Among New Long Beach Park Projects
  827. Long Beach Art Museums To Participate In Getty Exhibit
  828. Citywide Reading Program Led By "The Soloist" Today
  829. Teachers Association To Hold Protest At Wilson High
  830. Knabe Offers $5K Reward After Swastika Carved In Golf Course
  831. Atlantic Avenue Organizations Receive $80k In Grant Funding
  832. Wednesday: Debate Between 9th District Council Candidates
  833. UPDATE: Tsunami Advisory Issued For Long Beach
  834. UPDATE: Is The Long Beach City Manager Being Pushed Out?
  835. Elementary Award Draws Eye Of U.S. Education Department
  836. Kogi BBQ Truck Heading To Long Beach Tonight
  837. Malaria Documentary To Debut At Art Theatre Tonight
  838. UPDATE: Suspect Arrested For 35 Counts Of Sexual Assault
  839. Art Contest & Public Forum To Focus On Dangers Of Meth
  840. Murchison Addresses Lobbying Issues At Beer & Politics
  841. Boeing To Reduce C-17 Production
  842. Garcia & DeLong Lobby For Long Beach In Washington D.C.
  843. Council Debate: 7th District Candidates At Press Club
  844. Arts Initiatives Could Ease Restrictions, Boost Funding
  845. Ragga Muffins Flock To Long Beach For Reggae Festival
  846. Melody Ross Family Responds
  847. 7th District Candidates To Debate Tonight!
  848. Mardi Gras Dances Through Long Beach!
  849. A Return To Haiti For Long Beach Charity Director (Photos)
  850. Success In A Freakonomy, Part IV: Organic Positioning
  851. Update With Video: Long Beach Wilson High Students Drown Out Anti-Gay Protestors
  852. Photos From Members Of The Westboro Baptist Church
  853. Murchison Will Speak At Beer & Politics Next Week
  854. Council Candidates Address Labor & More At Forum
  855. Murder: One Killed, One Critical After Stabbing Incident
  856. Councilmembers Garcia & Schipske Denounce Westboro Baptist Church Anti-Gay Protest
  857. Port Traffic Seeing Slow Increase
  858. Melody Ross Family Divided On Claims, Says Uncle
  859. UPDATED: Melody Ross Family Files Claim Against LBUSD
  860. Jesse James' Lost Pit Bull: Found!
  861. UPDATE: Free Advertising On LBPOST.com
  862. Long Beach Post Turns Three
  863. Long Beach Could Apply To Test Google Ultra-Speed Internet
  864. Medpot Dispensaries Demand Equal Speaking Time
  865. People Of The Long Beach Post
  866. Future Of The Long Beach Post
  867. Long Beach Candidate Debates Scheduled
  868. Long Beach Pride Parade Names 2010 Grand Marshals
  869. Knabe & Newsom: Job Creation That Works
  870. The Best Sports Coverage In Long Beach, Period.
  871. Success In A Freakonomy, Part III: Press, Press, Pull
  872. Jury Finds Long Beach Man Guilty Of Child’s Murder
  873. UPDATED: LB Dems Question Candidate's Gay Marriage Stance
  874. Long Beach Authors Host Local Weekly Variety Show
  875. Our Six Favorite Stories
  876. LBPOST.com At Three Years
  877. Shootings: Two Dead In East Long Beach Incidents
  878. Long Beach Playhouse To Ring 80th Anniversary In With Style
  879. Storms Coming: City Urges Residents To Prepare
  880. LBPOST.com Readers Cast Early 7th District Votes In Poll
  881. Two New Airlines Join Long Beach Airport
  882. Port Schedules Two Public Meetings About New Bridge
  883. Hospital Seminar To Help Stroke & Heart Disease Awareness
  884. McDonnell "Honored" To Be New Long Beach Police Chief
  885. Jim McDonnell Named Long Beach Police Chief
  886. Long Beach Police Chief Press Conference
  887. MOLAA Gets $100k Getty Grant To Host Exhibit In 2011
  888. UPDATED | Boeing To Focus On International C-17 Sales
  889. City Attorney Endorsements: LBPOA & More
  890. Richardson Appointed Chair Of Emergency Subcommittee
  891. Parking Bill Is A Tool For Discussion, Sen. Lowenthal Says
  892. Defense Budget Calls To Eliminate C-17 Program
  893. Facelift Coming For Gerald Desmond Bridge?
  894. Murder: One 18-Year Old Killed, One Injured In Shooting
  895. Poll: Who Do You Support In The 7th District Council Race?
  896. State Of The Port: Creating A Sustainable Future
  897. LAT: Senator Alan Lowenthal's Anti-Free Parking Bill Moves
  898. Stevie Merino: The Other Option For Mayor
  899. West Coast Choppers Place: The Redemption Of Jesse James
  900. City Prosecutor Race Takes A Controversial Turn
  901. Obama Stresses Jobs, Equal Rights In State Of The Union
  902. Breakwater Update Planned For February Public Meeting
  903. Audit Concludes Long Beach Can Properly Handle Stimulus Funds
  904. $20k Reward Extended For Info In Melody Ross Shooting
  905. LB Native Jesse James Looking For Lost Dog
  906. Local Haiti Relief Event Needs Your Help!
  907. LAT: Long Beach Will Pay $1.7M In Waste Settlement
  908. Summit Uses New Media To Promote Youth Involvement
  909. LATimes: Long Beach Makes Way For Bicycles
  910. Success In A Freakonomy, Part II: (Re)purposeful Marketing
  911. LBCC Welcomes State-Of-The-Art Student Facility
  912. Justin Rudd's "Rosie" The Bull Dog Passes Away
  913. Council Endorsements Beginning To Roll In
  914. From Long Beach To Haiti, Earthquake Survivor Gives Back
  915. Tips To Care For Pets In A Storm
  916. List Of Closures & Flooded Streets To Avoid
  917. VIDEO: Flooding Returns To Long Beach
  918. Photo Gallery: LBPOST.com Readers Send In Their Shots!
  919. Streets Closed: Lakewood Blvd. Between Willow & Spring
  920. Classes Canceled: CSULB And LBCC Campuses Closed
  921. Storm Precautions & A Statement From Long Beach Mayor Foster
  922. Long Beach Storms Expected To Get Stronger
  923. Storm Drains Were "Overwhelmed" Tuesday, Crews Preparing For Today's Storm
  924. Reflecting & Preparing: Long Beach After Floods
  925. PHOTOS: Surfers Feast On Huge Waves In Long Beach (Seriously!)
  926. Storm Floods Long Beach Streets
  927. Tornado Warning Issued (UPDATE: Canceled)
  928. Fire Leaves Family Of Five Without Home (No Injuries)
  929. Long Beach Skate Park Re-Opening Draws Rave Reviews
  930. How To Prepare For This Week's Rainstorms
  931. MLK Parade & Festival Is A Hit With Huge Crowd
  932. Long Beach Skate Park Grand Opening Set For Sunday
  933. Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade Set For Saturday
  934. Suspect In Stabbing Murder Pleads Not Guilty
  935. Long Beach Awarded $22M To Stabilize Foreclosure Areas
  936. Red Bull Eyes Another Extreme Event In Long Beach
  937. City Mourns Passing Of Higginson, “An Absolute Gentleman”
  938. Tree Roots Were Culprit In Colorado Lagoon Sewage Spill
  939. What Do You Want In A Chief Of Police?
  940. Mayor Predicts Long Beach Recovery In 2010
  941. Sewage Spill Forces Closure Of Colorado Lagoon
  942. Tesla CEO Tells Auto Show Crowd Company Is Nearing Decision
  943. Long Beach State Of The City Address Tonight
  944. LA Times: Cargo Up At Port of Long Beach
  945. Long Beach Awarded $4.3M To Improve Energy Efficiency
  946. How To Successfully Market Your Business In A Freakonomy
  947. Memorial Ride Planned To Honor Fallen Local Cyclist
  948. Long Beach Boy, 7, Killed In Stabbing
  949. Proposal Could Create Program To Report Blight Instantly
  950. P-T Editorial Notes Clean Trucks Program Progress
  951. India Expresses Interest In Purchasing Boeing C-17 Aircraft
  952. Long Beach Fire Rescue Responds To Violent Accident
  953. Eye Candy: Panoramic Shot Of Shoreline Village Harbor
  954. United Arab Emirates Will Order Six C-17 Planes
  955. PT: Well-Known Cyclist Killed In Collision
  956. More Details On Lawsuit Against Port Of Long Beach
  957. PT: New RDA Director Replaces Beck
  958. EverythingLB Ranks Best Cupcakes In Long Beach
  959. Port Of Long Beach Hit Hard By Competitors, Lawsuits
  960. LA Times: Long Beach Family Mourns Loss Of Shooting Victim
  961. Sexual Assault Suspect Sought, After Ocean/Cherry Attack
  962. Video: Travis Pastrana Sets Record Jump In Long Beach
  963. 2009: A Look Back At The News That Mattered
  964. Downtown Long Beach Ready For New Year's Closeup
  965. Prosecutor Candidate Haubert Unveils Campaign Website
  966. John McGinnis Wins School Board Election
  967. Janice Hahn Announces Bid For Lieutenant Governor
  968. CNN: A New Year For Long Beach's Gondola Getaway
  969. Downtown Voters To Fill School Board Seat Today
  970. Elections 2010: Who's In So Far?
  971. PT: The Meaning Of Oil Below Long Beach
  972. Comic Con Back Twice In 2010
  973. Missing: Belmont Shore Beating Victim
  974. Merry Christmas From The LBPOST.com!
  975. Search For Next LB Police Chief Heats Up
  976. Governor Appoints Long Beach NAACP President Naomi Rainey
  977. Celebrate A Green Holiday Season
  978. Bixby Knolls Announces New Year Celebration Plans
  979. H1N1 Vaccine Now Available To General Public
  980. Press-Telegram Series Provides Insight On Traffic Trouble
  981. Morry's Of Naples To Go Online-Only
  982. Your Ideas To Give Back During This Holiday Season
  983. Long Beach Courthouse Design Proposals Revealed
  984. Former Redevelopment Director Craig Beck Reassigned
  985. Long Beach Armada Ceases Operations At Blair Field
  986. Long Beach Sees Unemployment Dip, Now At 13.4%
  987. What Are The Best Ways To Give Back This Holiday Season?
  988. Boeing C-17, Long Beach Jobs Get Final OK
  989. Long Beach Musicians To Rock Lake Forest Charity Show
  990. Doug Haubert To Run For Long Beach City Prosecutor
  991. LBUSD Cuts $17M; Bus Routes & Summer School Affected
  992. Long Beach Hopes To Receive $1.5M In Fed Funding
  993. H1N1 Vaccine Recalls Pose No Danger, Says Health Officer
  994. Long Beach State Baseball Recruit Found Dead
  995. Police Chief Search To Include Candidates From Outside LBPD
  996. Holiday For Hope Event Brings Joy To Poly-Area Kids
  997. School Board Candidates To Engage Voters Tomorrow
  998. Mayor To Deliver State Of LB Address On January 12
  999. Is Long Beach Asking For Too Much $$ From The Port?
  1000. Murder: Saturday Night Shooting Kills 23-Year Old
  1001. Happy Hanukkah From The LBPOST.com!
  1002. PT: Long Beach RDA Director Beck Placed On Paid Leave
  1003. Local Group Demands Lobbyist Answers
  1004. Rescue Mission Gets A Holiday Hand From KIIS FM
  1005. Airport Breaks Ground On New Parking Structure
  1006. Despite Approval, Pike Hotel Deal Is A No-Go
  1007. You're Invited: Open House For Rep. Richardson's New Office
  1008. CBS2 News Covers LBPOST.com Person Of The Year Award
  1009. Tesla Remains Quiet On Plans To Pick Production Site
  1010. VIDEO: Miller Children's Hospital Unveils New Facility
  1011. Council To Declare Shelter Crisis, Add New Winter Location
  1012. DW: Coastal Commission Seat Won't Go To LB Nominees
  1013. PT: City Prosecutor Reeves To Run For City Attorney
  1014. Proposals Sought To Determine Future Of Atlantic Theatre
  1015. Rainy Day Info: Beaches Unsafe, How To Get Sandbags & More
  1016. RDA Board Will Decide Fate Of Atlantic Theatre Today
  1017. Christmas Parade Photo Contest; Send Us Your Shots To Win!
  1018. Long Beach Looks To Lure Tesla Motors With Incentives
  1019. DW: Razed Wetlands Must Be Returned To Original State
  1020. LA Times Profiles LB's Rosie The Riveter Charter School
  1021. Pedestrian Killed In 7th Street Traffic Accident
  1022. CSULB Receives Most Applications In School History
  1023. KCAL 9 Reports On LBPOST.com Coverage Of Lego House
  1024. WSJ: All Eyes On Plans For Long Beach Courthouse
  1025. District Weekly Profiles LB Teen Facing Felony Charges
  1026. Festival To Celebrate Local Cambodian Artists, Culture
  1027. Long Beach Continues To Conserve Water At Record Pace
  1028. Mayor Appoints Thomas Fields To Harbor Commission
  1029. Award Recognizes Eight LBUSD Schools For Achievement
  1030. LA Times Examines Long Beach Ports, Write-In Campaigns
  1031. Controversy Swirls Around RDA Director About Hotel Stay
  1032. Happy Thanksgiving!
  1033. PT: Wetlands Deal Must Enter Escrow By Dec. 31, Says Owner
  1034. Schipske Demands Answers About Tesla Deal
  1035. Thanksgiving Comes Early In 6th District
  1036. Maldonado For Lieutenant Gov. Could Be In Jeopardy
  1037. What If Tesla Decides To Build Their New Car In Downey?
  1038. Port Lawsuit Settlement Appeal Denied
  1039. Five Poly High Freshmen Arrested For Groping
  1040. California Unemployment Rises, Long Beach Remains At 13.9%
  1041. One Killed, Two Injured In W Long Beach Shooting
  1042. District Visits Tough Times At Long Beach Art Museum
  1043. Los Angeles Man, 24, Killed In North Long Beach Shooting
  1044. LA Times: CSU Trustees Will Request $884M From State
  1045. Council: EBO Approval, Wetlands & A Bizarre Smoking Vote
  1046. Clean Trucks Ordinance Approved, Despite Protests
  1047. NRDC Appeals Harbor Board Findings To City Council
  1048. Shop With A Cop Helps 50 LB Kids With School Clothes
  1049. CSULB Still Trying To Rebound From Slashed Budget
  1050. Cities Along LA River Receive $5M To Clean Up
  1051. Long Beach Officers Shoot Armed, Fleeing Suspect
  1052. Johnson Campaign Announces Lowenthal Endorsement
  1053. Kids, Cops Teaming Up For School Shopping Spree
  1054. Photo Of Armed Robbery Suspect Released
  1055. Long Beach Named Most Business Friendly In LA County
  1056. LBCC Fashion Students Display Their Work For Scholarships
  1057. Pine Avenue Proceeds Benefit Melody Ross Fund
  1058. Police Asking For Help In Locating Robbery Suspect
  1059. District Weekly Article Examines Harbor Commission Defiance
  1060. LBPOST.com Readers Cast Early 9th District Votes In Poll
  1061. How Bike-Friendly Is Long Beach?
  1062. Council Ready To Discuss Marijuana Regulations
  1063. Additional H1N1 Vaccination Clinics Scheduled
  1064. Pine Ave Proceeds To Benefit Melody Ross Fund
  1065. Walk For Hearing Loss Draws Hundreds, Raises Awareness
  1066. Health Care Moves To Senate
  1067. Teenagers Charged As Adults In Melody Ross Murder
  1068. LBUSD Searches For Direction, Funding In Measure T Aftermath
  1069. Mayor Foster Currently Visiting Saudi Arabia
  1070. Metal Detectors Now Standard At High School Football Games
  1071. Alleged Shooter Attended Wilson High Until 2008
  1072. Exhaustive Police Effort Led To Arrests In Wilson Shooting
  1073. Two Suspects Arrested In Melody Ross Murder Case
  1074. Knabe Talks Jobs, New Construction In Annual Address
  1075. Free H1N1 Vaccine Clinic For Students Tonight
  1076. Measure T Fails
  1077. Watch Live: Knabe To Announce $9.2M In LB Improvements
  1078. Live Measure T Updates
  1079. Reward For Info About Shooting Increases To $20,000
  1080. Making The Most Of Twitter & Facebook
  1081. $10K Reward Offered For Information In Fatal Shooting
  1082. City Closes Marijuana Dispensary
  1083. Search For Wilson High Shooter Continues
  1084. Hit & Run Driver Dies In Collision
  1085. Wilson Student Killed Outside School In Shooting
  1086. Friday Night Shootings: One At Wilson High, One Officer-Involved
  1087. SF Mayor Newsom Withdraws From Campaign For Governor
  1088. Committee To Decide Whether Richardson Violated Rules
  1089. C-17 Will Live On, Thanks To Defense Bill Funding
  1090. State Of The County Speech To Broadcast Live Online
  1091. Obama Signs Bill That Includes Funding For Breakwater Study
  1092. Long Beach Poses As Miami For "CSI" Filming
  1093. Poll: Who Do You Support In The 9th District City Council Race?
  1094. City Lays Out Plan For H1N1 Flu Vaccinations
  1095. Richardson Case Sent To House Ethics Committee
  1096. Long Beach Port Director Fires Back At NRDC
  1097. Halloween Party Set To Rock Downtown Long Beach
  1098. DW: Councilmember Reyes Uranga To Seek Re-Election
  1099. Thousands Flock To Long Beach For Women's Conference
  1100. Police Warn Of Increased Car Burglaries, Citywide
  1101. Long Beach Reopenes Coastal Beaches After Sewage Spill
  1102. OCTA Grants $1.5M For Long Beach Street Improvements
  1103. LAPD Officer Found Dead At Home In Long Beach
  1104. 9th District: Vote For Your Favorite Council Candidate
  1105. Construction Begins To Alleviate Westside Flooding
  1106. Long Beach Transit Votes Against New CSULB Route
  1107. Should Councilmembers Post Their Schedules Online?
  1108. Mayor Speaks At Tokyo Auto Show About Electric Vehicles
  1109. Beer & Politics To Tackle Long Beach Medpot Issue
  1110. Downtown Sewage Leak Prompts Beach Closure
  1111. Hundreds March To End Domestic Violence
  1112. How Safe Is Our Port?
  1113. Tonight: Candlelight Vigil Against Domestic Violence
  1114. Railyard Expansion Could Drastically Reduce Pollution
  1115. Teenager Killed In Wednesday Night Shooting
  1116. Westside Railyard Expansion Draws Criticism From Residents
  1117. Queen Mary Nights Are Spookier Than You Might Expect
  1118. Event To Recognize Veterans Shelters
  1119. Your Help Is Needed For A Local Food Drive
  1120. Environmental Groups Denounce Port's Trucking Settlement
  1121. Garcia Featured On CNN's "Latino In America" Series
  1122. St. Mary's Nurses To Strike Over H1N1 Readiness
  1123. Workshop Aims To End Domestic Violence
  1124. Aquarium Event Benefits Programs & Local Restaurants
  1125. LA Times Features Long Beach Success Story
  1126. Trucking Lawsuit Against Port Of Long Beach Is Settled
  1127. Interim Police Chief Named
  1128. Roberto Uranga Drops Out Of Council Race
  1129. Essay Contest Highlights Unique Long Beach Communities
  1130. Long Beach Will Bid Farewell To Chief Batts Tonight
  1131. Questions Raised About Possible LBUSD Layoffs
  1132. Long Beach Divers Uncover 53-Year Old Aircraft Wreckage
  1133. State Approves New Long Beach Courthouse Plan
  1134. Bixby Knolls Celebrates As Vacant Store Leveled
  1135. Beaches Re-Opened, But Rain Means Stay Away
  1136. Council Freezes City Pay
  1137. Ports Have Spent Nearly $10M To Defend Truck Plan
  1138. City Council: Annexation, Lobstergate & Furloughs
  1139. A Walk For Hearing In Long Beach
  1140. No Action Taken In Ruling Of Wetlands-Area Destruction
  1141. As State Water Talks Drag On, LB Urges Conservation
  1142. 5k & Marathon Take Over Long Beach Streets
  1143. Conference Aims To End Domestic Violence
  1144. Zombies (In Makeup, I Think) Take Over Queen Mary
  1145. Fundraising Efforts Continue For Toddler Killed Last Month
  1146. Runners' Weekend In Long Beach With 5k & Marathon In Town
  1147. Mayor Calls For State To Take Action, Solve Water Crisis
  1148. Long Beach Fire Department Chief Ellis To Retire
  1149. Council Approves Homes Near Airport For Free Noise Insulation
  1150. Council Examines Tidelands, Voting & Airport Noise
  1151. CNBC: Mayor Says 80% Reduction In Truck Pollution Likely By End Of 2010
  1152. DW: Terry Jensen To Run For 3rd District Council Seat
  1153. Long Beach Comic Con A Soaring Success In First Year
  1154. Q&A: LB Comic-Con Director Martha Donato
  1155. Thomas Jane Brings Comic-Con Into Three Dimensions
  1156. Port Fest Draws Record Crowd
  1157. LB Comic Con Officially Open For Business
  1158. 2 Ideas That Could Change The Port Of Long Beach
  1159. Breakwater Study Moves Closer To Federal Review
  1160. Return Of The Long Beach Comic Con!
  1161. New School Board Candidate Emerges
  1162. A Delicious Taste Of Downtown
  1163. Ground Finally Broken On New Drain System
  1164. CSULB Earns $300k Grant For Graduate Program
  1165. Water Main Break Leaves Long Beach Homes Out Of Luck
  1166. Port Of Long Beach Event To Highlight "Green" Efforts
  1167. Battle For Tesla Motors Intensifies, New Details Emerge
  1168. Port Extends Deadline To Submit Opinion On Railyard Expansion
  1169. Long Beach City Prosecutor Blasts Pot Dispensaries
  1170. CSULB Student Overcame Skid Row To Earn $3k Scholarship
  1171. Long Beach Daycare Center Celebrates 25th Anniversary
  1172. You Might Want To Stay Indoors If You're On The Westside
  1173. AP: Cambodians Coming Forward To Testify In War Trials
  1174. Kroc Center Plan Progressing, New Website Launched
  1175. CSULB Teams Set To Compete In Red Bull Soapbox Race
  1176. Students Hold Mock Funeral For Cal State Plan
  1177. Goodwill & Aquarium To Host Fashion Show Fundraiser
  1178. Editorial: The Time Is Now For Union Reform
  1179. Police Lawsuit & Rainy Day Fund Updates From City Council
  1180. Event To Fight Drunk Driving Set For Weekend
  1181. Two Upcoming Events To Help Local Libraries
  1182. Council To Hear Update On Police Uniform Lawsuit
  1183. Aquarium Hosts Sustainable Seafood Cook-Off
  1184. Does A Vote To Assist The Vault 350 Signal Good Times On Pine?
  1185. The Best Of Russell Conroy
  1186. Bouchee's Bistro Ready To Begin New Chapter At Smooth's
  1187. Long Beach Named Finalist For Business-Friendly Award
  1188. Former Mayor O'Neill Endorses Lerch's Write-In Campaign
  1189. Contest Offers Cash & Prizes For Long Beach Themed Essays
  1190. 7th District Candidates Announce Meet-And-Greets
  1191. 6th District Youth Forum Empowers 150 Kids
  1192. Port Asks For Community Feedback On Expansion Plan
  1193. I-710 Freeway Closures To Continue For Nearly Two Weeks
  1194. What's In A Name?
  1195. "We Love Long Beach" Reaches Out To Alvarez Family
  1196. Long Beach Nursery Named One Of LA County's "Unsung Heroes"
  1197. LBUSD Wins $250k As Broad Prize Finalist
  1198. Knabe Offers $10K For Info About January Murder
  1199. City Council Passes Long Beach Budget
  1200. Few Details Available After Fatal Shooting
  1201. LA Councilwoman Janice Hahn Running For Lt. Governor
  1202. Death Of Long Beach Toddler Leaves Family Seeking Support
  1203. Latin American Parade & Festival Draws Thousands
  1204. Latin Parade & Car Show Make For A Busy Weekend
  1205. Long Beach Memorial Ceremony Remembers 9/11
  1206. Long Beach Remembers With 9/11 Memorials
  1207. Blaze Extinguished In Apartment With "Pack Rat Conditions"
  1208. LA Times Visits Long Beach Farmer's Market
  1209. Long Beach Physician Named To "Top Doctors" List
  1210. Latin American Parade & Festival Set For This Weekend
  1211. Is LB Using Environmentalism To Generate Parking Tickets?
  1212. Long Beach-Built C-17 Program Scores Win In Senate
  1213. LBPD’s Longest-Serving Motor Officer To Be Honored Today
  1214. Council Nearly Approves Budget Ahead Of Schedule
  1215. New Website Supports Boeing C-17 Program
  1216. Motorcycle Ride Will Benefit Fallen LBPD Officers
  1217. Freedom Writers Story Lives On
  1218. Main Library To Host Blood Drive Tomorrow
  1219. PT: City Overtime Costs Reached $27 Million in 2008
  1220. Long Beach-Based County Sheriff Unit Rescues Fire Victims
  1221. City Reaches Tentative Deal On Police Contract
  1222. City Clerk Seeks December Special LBUSD Election Approval
  1223. LB Fire Department Sent Strike Team To Fires
  1224. Camp Hi-Hill Remains Standing
  1225. PT: Police Support Contract
  1226. Next Week's I-710 Closures
  1227. Former Councilman Announces Support For Brad Shore
  1228. LB Transit Now On Google
  1229. LB August Water Consumption Down Nearly 20%
  1230. Richardson Sits Down With PT Editorial Board
  1231. Fire Impact Area Spreads To LBUSD Camp Hi-Hill
  1232. PT: Andrews' Homeless Proposal Back In October
  1233. Gulfstream Increases Services At Airport Facility
  1234. New Courthouse Moves Forward
  1235. City Forgives $35M In Aquarium, Convention Center Debts
  1236. Long Beach Water Department Completes Home Makeovers
  1237. Map Your Volunteer Spot For Coastal Cleanup Day
  1238. Two New Fresh & Easy Stores Opening In Long Beach
  1239. Labor Secretary Visits LB
  1240. Councilman Andrews Pulls Homeless Proposal
  1241. Billboard.com: Sublime Back After 13 Year Hiatus
  1242. Old-Fashioned Politics Helps Batts Into Oakland
  1243. Schipske To Long Beach: We Can Do Better Than Downey
  1244. Downey Mayor Speaks To PT Regarding Tesla
  1245. Special 2-For-1 Offer For Armada Police & Fire Night!
  1246. Need Help Applying To College?
  1247. Schipske Announces Re-Election Campaign Launch Party
  1248. Item Proposed To Allow Homeless To Sleep In Their Cars
  1249. RDA Will Borrow & Cut To Pay State $30 Million
  1250. SHO 'Em What You Got
  1251. Did Michael Ellis Really Resign?
  1252. White House Education Session Visits LBCC
  1253. LBCC To Host Community Conversation With White House Educational Initiative
  1254. Saving Water & Money, And Turning Heads
  1255. 15-Year Old Boy Killed, Woman Injured In Shooting
  1256. Uranga Begins Campaign For 7th District Council Seat
  1257. Port Still Facing Tough Times In Near (& Distant) Future
  1258. Vigil To Be Held For Homeless Man Who Was Attacked
  1259. LB Airport To Receive $4.3 Million For Improvements
  1260. Batts Leaves LBPD... Now What?
  1261. $550k Grant Will Promote New Green Jobs
  1262. LBPD Chief Batts Leaving For Oakland
  1263. Is Mayor Foster The Only US Mayor To Drive An Electric Car?
  1264. SF Mayor Newsom Addresses Hundreds At LB Town Hall
  1265. SF Mayor Gavin Newsom Visiting Long Beach Tonight
  1266. New Drake Park Master Plan Moves Forward
  1267. Two Rescued From Broken High-Rise Scaffolding
  1268. Ellis Resigns As LBUSD Boardmember
  1269. Stimulus Funding Will Go Towards Cleaning LA River
  1270. Press-Telegram Gets A New Publisher
  1271. Tom Dean Speaks On Wetlands Deal
  1272. Free Eggs, Pancakes And New Friends
  1273. The True Costs Of The 2010 Long Beach Budget
  1274. The Aquarium's Newest Addition
  1275. City Presents Budget, Will Now Go To Council
  1276. Op-Ed From City Manager Pat West, Regarding 2010 Budget
  1277. LA Times: Long Beach School District Stands Out In CA
  1278. Mayor And City Manager To Present Budget Today
  1279. P-T: Gang-Related Crime Has Dropped Below 2008 Levels
  1280. District Weekly: Ellis Has A Warrant Out For His Arrest
  1281. Mother's Beach & Others Are Open & Safe, Says Health Officer
  1282. Candidate's Academy Teaches Campaign Basics
  1283. Breakable? Changes To The Breakwater Move A Step Closer
  1284. Mother's Beach, Marine Stadium Closed Due To Sewage Spill
  1285. CSU Faculty Accept Furloughs
  1286. I-710 Freeway Closures This Weekend
  1287. Breakwater Study Released
  1288. Foster Joins Mayors Statewide To Unite Against State, Pursue Litigation
  1289. Education In Peril: CSULB President Searches For Answers After Latest Budget Cuts
  1290. Breakwater Study Will Be Presented To Council Monday
  1291. City Receives $3.2 Million To Restore Colorado Lagoon
  1292. New LNG Facility Begins Operation In North LB
  1293. Airport Director Looks To The Future
  1294. Big Agenda For Tonight's LBUSD Meeting
  1295. Beer & Politics To Discuss Equal Benefits Ordinance
  1296. Johnson Reports $53k Raised In First Campaign Period
  1297. A Jewel In The Community
  1298. City Asks Businesses To Cut 5% From Their City Contracts
  1299. Held Back: CSULB Attempts To Cope With Massive Budget Cuts
  1300. Jill Hill To Run For 7th District Council Seat In 2010
  1301. Port Traffic Declines In June After Hopes Of Improvement
  1302. Stylin’: The 2009 Bixby Knolls Auto Show
  1303. A New Face In The 9th District Race
  1304. Breakwater Study Almost Ready For Release
  1305. 710 Freeway Closures This Weekend
  1306. LB Opera & Khmer Arts Academy To Receive Grants For $50k Each
  1307. Local Non-Profit's Annual Event To Fund Children's Programs
  1308. Kidnapping Suspect Shot After Police Track Him To Long Beach
  1309. Downtown Nightclub Vault 350 Preparing For Return
  1310. Long Beach Preparing To Integrate With Google Transit
  1311. Celebrating The Fourth In Long Beach
  1312. What It's Like To See Long Beach From A Zeppelin
  1313. LB To Receive Nearly $1M To Hire Youth Into Green Jobs
  1314. VIDEO: Fly Over the Future Long Beach Kroc Center!
  1315. LB Water Desalinization Project Receives $3 Million In Stimulus Funding
  1316. VIDEO: Interior Design Of The Future LB Kroc Center
  1317. CSULB Faculty Organize Against Cuts To CSU System
  1318. Richardson Tours Harbor, Brings Congressional Company
  1319. Up A Creek: Long Beach's Battle To Clean Up The LA River
  1320. Raymond Chavarria To Run For School Board Seat In 2010
  1321. Welcome, Summer!
  1322. Breakwater Plans Have A Long Way To Go
  1323. PT: Woman Awakened... By Stray Bullet To The Head
  1324. 2nd Street Sharrows Lane Makes Its Debut
  1325. Federal Breakwater Study Coming, Says Richardson
  1326. Deukmejian Courthouse? Supervisor Knabe Thinks So
  1327. LBBJ: Port Will Loan City $8 Million For Aquarium Debt
  1328. Thar She Blows!
  1329. 710 Freeway Closures This Weekend
  1330. $1 Million Grant Will Be Huge Boost For LBUSD
  1331. Lerch Launches Campaign Website
  1332. What Exactly Is The Sea Launch, Anyway?
  1333. Beer & Politics To Discuss 14th Street Skate Park
  1334. Bayou At The Beach
  1335. Council Preview: Queen Mary Report & After-School Funding
  1336. Firefighters Rescue Two Stuck In Downtown Ferris Wheel
  1337. P-T: Police Asking For Help Finding Man After Sexual Assault
  1338. LA Times Compares LB City Officials To Josef Stalin
  1339. County Launches New Emergency Notification System
  1340. Long Beach Unemployment Reaches 12.5%
  1341. P-T Asks: Where Is Michael Ellis?
  1342. City Attorney Will Seek Re-Election
  1343. Neal Prepares 2010 Run For 9th District Council Seat… Again
  1344. 710 Freeway Closures This Weekend
  1345. Congressmember Richardson Weighs In On Skate Park Issue
  1346. Garcia, City Respond In Defense Of Skate Park
  1347. Queen Mary Behind On Agreement With City
  1348. Lawsuit Against Clean Trucks Program Dropped
  1349. Photo Gallery: Following Our Water From The Hoover Dam To Southern California
  1350. LB Skate Park Named One Of 100 Unneeded Stimulus Projects
  1351. Vanishing Act: How We Get Our Water... And Why It's Almost Gone
  1352. Memorial Hospital Torch Run Draws, Raises Thousands
  1353. Special Olympics Torch Arrives For Weekend Games
  1354. Not Giving Up: An Interview With Long Beach Police Chief Anthony Batts
  1355. Congress Agrees On More C-17s
  1356. Speaking His Mind: Part Two With Mayor Gavin Newsom
  1357. Willie McGinest & Snoop Dogg Voice Support For Kroc Center
  1358. Aquarium To Host Annual Ocean Conservation Gala On Saturday
  1359. Speaking His Mind: An Interview With Mayor Gavin Newsom
  1360. Newsweek Names Six LBUSD High Schools To "Best" List
  1361. Rising Above The Tide: Welcome To The New LBPOST.com
  1362. P-T General Manager: The Printed Edition Is No Longer For Everyone
  1363. Undersea Life Thrives Among Offshore Drilling Rigs
  1364. Health Fair Draws 350 To North LB Park, Reveals Startling Statistics
  1365. Weekend Health Fair To Provide Free Medical Screenings
  1366. Tonight: Team USA Volleyball In Long Beach
  1367. LBUSD Seniors Receive $250K In College Scholarships
  1368. CSULB Marine Biologists Explore Vibrant Oil Platform Ecosystems
  1369. VIDEO: Middle School Sports Banquet Honors Pre-HS Stars
  1370. The Press-Telegram Will Definitely Start Charging Online Readers
  1371. Long Beach Sets Another Record For Low Water Usage
  1372. Millikan Golf Tournament To Fundraise For Athletics
  1373. Police Try To Get A Hold On Recent Violence
  1374. Renovated Hotel Maya Ready For Its Close Up
  1375. Why Wilson Volleyball Was Left Out Of The State Bracket
  1376. Airport Expansion EIR Approved In Court
  1377. Will The Press-Telegram Charge You To Read Their Website?
  1378. Free Health Fair To Promote Healthy Living In North LB
  1379. 710 Freeway To Close This Weekend
  1380. Queen Mary To Play Host To Water Conservation Meeting
  1381. Lakewood Softball Falls After Great Playoff Run
  1382. Update: One Dead In Three-Suspect Shooting, Officer Likely Hit By Friendly Fire
  1383. Officer Shooting In Belmont Shore; Officer Shot In Separate Incident
  1384. VIDEO: Wilson Falls To Loyola In Playoff Classic
  1385. Rally Draws Thousands In Opposition To Prop 8 Ruling
  1386. VIDEO: Stimulus Dollars Used To Jumpstart Employment
  1387. Millikan Narrowly Takes Round Two With 1-0 Win
  1388. CA Supreme Court Upholds Prop 8, Rally Planned Tonight
  1389. CIF Playoff Previews: Baseball, Softball & Volleyball
  1390. A Very Sharky Summer At The Aquarium Of The Pacific
  1391. Pride: A Photo Retrospective
  1392. VIDEO: Millikan Tops Mission Viejo In A Wild Playoff Opener
  1393. 49er Legend Craig Hodges Finds It Natural To Give Back
  1394. LBCC Newspaper Theft Viewed As Free Speech Violation
  1395. Wilson Volleyball Moves On With Sweep Of Bosco
  1396. Battery Charged: The Lakewood Power Duo
  1397. Why You Should Attend This BBQ On Saturday
  1398. LB Water Quality Rated As A Beach Bummer... Ouch
  1399. Tragic Aircraft Collision Update
  1400. The 50-Year Journey Of The Long Beach PONY Trophy
  1401. Two Aircraft Collide, Crash Over Ocean South Of LB
  1402. New Armada Pitcher Hideki Irabu Meets The Press
  1403. Photo Gallery: PRIDE Takes Over Long Beach
  1404. 4.7-Magnitude Earthquake Hits Los Angeles Area, Currently No Reported Damage
  1405. Poly Sophomore Sets Record 1600M Mark
  1406. LBSU Softball: Foul Out In Westwood
  1407. How Hill Middle School Runs A Distinguished Program
  1408. 2nd Street Will Get Shared Bike Lane Soon
  1409. VIDEO: Lakewood Ends Millikan Undefeated Streak
  1410. Budget Victims: LB Jobs & Services On The Chopping Block
  1411. Senate Will Not Propose More Orders For C-17
  1412. Council Approves Furloughs, City Hall To Close On Last Friday Each Month
  1413. BASEBALL TONIGHT: Frye & Culver, Millikan Twin Towers
  1414. City Manager Outlines Plan To Tackle $43M Deficit
  1415. Council Unanimously Approves Middle Harbor Project
  1416. 2010 Gov. Candidate Whitman Calls For Govt. Efficiency
  1417. One Piece Away: Jordan Ace Marcos Lara
  1418. Council To Review Middle Harbor Project Tonight
  1419. 86 Reasons To Oppose Valet Parking On 2nd Street
  1420. Art Theater Presents Showing Of Spike Lee Joint Tonight
  1421. Weight On His Shoulders: Poly Ace Mario Gordon
  1422. Local Gallery Gives At-Risk Youth An Artistic Outlet
  1423. Meg Whitman, Candidate For Gov., To Speak In LB Tomorrow
  1424. Laundry Machine Burglaries Occurring Citywide
  1425. VIDEO: LBCC Advances With Amazing Comeback Win
  1426. Lessons From Holocaust Survivors Inspire Wilson Students
  1427. Stretches Of I-710 Will Be Closed This Weekend
  1428. Wilson Wins League - Without Losing A Single Set
  1429. Police Address Recent Violence
  1430. Fusion Art Gallery Gives Students A Chance To Shine
  1431. Millikan Clinches League Title, Wilson & Cabrillo Also Win
  1432. City Council: Garcia Sworn In, Furloughs Approved
  1433. Wilson Volleyball Marches Toward Perfect Season
  1434. Your Water Bill Will Increase This Fall
  1435. Statement On The Transition Of Co-Founder Robert Garcia
  1436. Five Confirmed Swine Flu Cases In LB, All Are Recovering
  1437. TODAY: Softball Showdown - Wilson vs. Poly
  1438. Weekend Ends With Sweep For Rolling Dirtbags
  1439. Dirtbags Visit Dallas Humphreys
  1440. The Dallas Humphreys Story, And How You Can Help
  1441. A Weekend Of Green Living In Long Beach
  1442. VIDEO HIGHLIGHT: Millikan Fends Off Wilson For 2-1 Win
  1443. Interview: City Health Officer On Swine Flu Emergency
  1444. LAT: Queen Mary Could Sail Again... For $1.5 Billion
  1445. LB Health Dept. Declares Emergency Due To One Probable Case Of Swine Flu
  1446. Love For Writing Takes Wilson Students Across The Country
  1447. BREAKING: Probable Case Of Mild Swine Flu At CSULB
  1448. LBCC Baseball Clinches Conference Title
  1449. Third Term For Lerch?
  1450. LB Health Department Statement On Swine Flu
  1451. Tonight: Beer & Politics Examines JetBlue Situation
  1452. DW: Tesla Motors Sparks An Interest In LB, Is That Good?
  1453. LBCC Debuts Updated Library
  1454. This Article Will Change Your Lunch Plans
  1455. Go Team! Millikan Is Off To An Historic Start
  1456. 3.8-Magnitude Earthquake Hits Orange County
  1457. Has The City Attorney Been Trying To Eliminate Medpot Dispensaries In LB?
  1458. Wyland Completes Mural
  1459. New Hybrid Buses Unveiled
  1460. OCTA, DeLong To Host Freeway Project Forum
  1461. Spreading The Earth Day Spirit
  1462. Wilson & Lakewood Softball Showdown Today!
  1463. Recycled Water For Street Sweepers Will Save Millions Of Gallons
  1464. Artist Begins Mural Atop Long Beach Arena
  1465. VIDEO: Millikan Perfect After Shutout Win Over Lakewood
  1466. Education Leaders Back Kroc Center Fundraising Efforts
  1467. Wyland To Paint Planet Earth On LB Arena Roof
  1468. All-Star Game To Benefit Local Boys & Girls Club
  1469. New LNG Station To Serve City Fleet With Clean Fuel
  1470. Gov. Schwarzenegger Brings Stimulus Money To LB Schools
  1471. Three Dead In Hospital Horror
  1472. PD Chief Batts On Shooting: This Is A Nationwide Trend
  1473. City To Mark Week Of The Young Child
  1474. First Federal Stimulus Funding: $3.8M From HUD
  1475. Two LBPOST.com Writers To Serve In Council Office
  1476. Memorial Medical Achieves $24M Fundraising Goal
  1477. James Johnson Opens 7th District Campaign Committee
  1478. Middle Harbor Expansion Project Approved Unanimously
  1479. For These Players, Football Season Never Ends
  1480. Bulldozed Wetlands To Be Covered With Dirt Layer
  1481. Statement By Publisher On The Election Of Robert Garcia
  1482. Multimedia Arts Event Set To Shake Up Long Beach
  1483. VIDEO: Formula Drift Cars Take Over Pine Avenue
  1484. LBCC Hosts Upcoming Plant Sale
  1485. VIDEO: A Lap Around The Track With LBPOSTSports
  1486. Young CEO With A Heart For Charity
  1487. Garcia Wins First District Election For City Council
  1488. Grand Prix: Trebek Will Not Jeopardize Comfort For Victory
  1489. LBSU Names Newest Womens BBall Coach, Jody Wynn
  1490. First District Council Election: Find Your Local Polling Place
  1491. SportsNight Podcast: UNC Wins, Long Beach State Update
  1492. Busy Weekend Events Show Spirit Of City
  1493. Knabe Cup Brings Out The Best Golfers, Weather
  1494. The LBPOSTSports.com Grand Prix-view Video
  1495. Baseball: Poly Outlasts Wilson
  1496. Tony Cruz Will Change The Way We Bike, Starting Today
  1497. Airport Has Struggled To Meet JetBlue Requests
  1498. How To Feed A Shark
  1499. Bruins Get Going With 6-2 Win Over Jordan
  1500. JetBlue Issues Statement Regarding Problems With LB Airport
  1501. High School Volleyball Season Preview + Video
  1502. Giving Back: A Local Surgeon Brings Hope To Peru
  1503. Art Theatre Gets Into The Biking Mood With Special Showing
  1504. Beer & Politics & Wetlands
  1505. One Year Of LBPOSTSports.com
  1506. District Weekly Gets A Redesign Of Its Own
  1507. New SportsNight Podcast!
  1508. Ceremony Planned Tonight For Graded Wetlands
  1509. Panthers Pounce On Jackrabbits
  1510. LB Writers: A Dream About To Come True
  1511. Plane Makes Safe Emergency Landing At LB Airport
  1512. Podcast: The 75th Episode Of SportsNight
  1513. Twice On Sundays Brings Out The Best
  1514. VIDEO: Moore League Opening Day Doubleheader
  1515. Press-Telegram Gets A Facelift, Will It Help?
  1516. LA Times Examines Wetland-Area Grading
  1517. Tonight: Moore League Baseball Doubleheader
  1518. Wilson High Students Need Your Help For D.C. Trip
  1519. A Closer Look At CityOfNeighborhoods.com
  1520. Poly Wins Record Fourth-Straight State Title
  1521. City Launches Online Business Network
  1522. Tonight: Poly Goes For History!
  1523. Why Were These Wetlands Bulldozed This Morning?
  1524. Group Speaks Out Against Court Ruling
  1525. Dispatches From The Iditarod: Part III
  1526. Photo Gallery: On The Scene With Air Force One
  1527. Children Today Launches New Website
  1528. Poly Basketball Not Shying Away From History
  1529. VIDEO: President Obama, Air Force One Land At LB Airport
  1530. Sewage Spill Did Not Affect Local Beaches
  1531. Strong Long Beach Presence At LA Fashion Week
  1532. Is Womens Tennis The Best Program At Long Beach State?
  1533. Is 562CityLife The Newest Internet Phenom?
  1534. BLR Defeat Casts Long Shadows On Beach
  1535. California Lottery Funds $15M To LB Schools In 07-08
  1536. PT: Pasadena Sewage Spill Closes LB Beaches
  1537. VIDEO: Poly Advances To State Championship
  1538. How To Run The Hottest Club In Long Beach
  1539. VIDEO: Ugly Win Looks Pretty For Poly
  1540. Mayor Foster Tosses First Pitch For Cabrillo Softball
  1541. City Will Handle All Wireless Emergency Calls
  1542. Railyard Expansion Raises More Questions Than It Answers
  1543. Public Meeting About Upcoming Freeway Construction Scheduled Tonight
  1544. Round 2: Poly vs. Troy, Tonight!
  1545. Environmental Committee Explores Ban On Single-Use Bags
  1546. Red Cross Honors Local Heroes
  1547. VIDEO: Millikan Falls In State Playoffs
  1548. Construction To Close Freeway Junctions (22/405/605) Beginning In 2010
  1549. Tommy Lasorda Coming To Long Beach In April
  1550. PT: Long Beach Studios Deal Falls Out Of Escrow
  1551. Dirtbags Avoid Sweep With Monster Day From Tinoco
  1552. Economic Stimulus Plan Will Pay For LBPD Overtime
  1553. Submit Your Writing To The North Long Beach Anthology!
  1554. Oliver Has Grown On The Court
  1555. Study Shows LBUSD Made Drastic Improvements From 2000-2007
  1556. CSULB Hosting Human Rights Forum This Week
  1557. Ready, Set, Sing!
  1558. Beach Legacy Referendum: The Biggest Game Of The Year?
  1559. Westside Flood Victims Expose Problems & Demand Action
  1560. Weekend Shootings Follow Reports Of Decreased Crime
  1561. VIDEO: Millikan Headed To CIF Final With Upset Win
  1562. Cal Sweeps Dirtbags
  1563. The One Vote: Interview with Senator Abel Maldonado
  1564. VIDEO: 49ers Stay Atop Big West With 75-74 Win Over Irvine
  1565. Poly Moves Into Semifinals With Tough Road Win
  1566. VIDEO: Poly Defense Not Enough Against Dominguez
  1567. Attention Students! How To Get Free Financial Aid Help
  1568. Poly Faces Tough Task Against Dominguez Tonight
  1569. LA Times: Port Efforts Already Producing Cleaner Air
  1570. Fishers Fear State Will Restrict LB Waters, Hurt Industry
  1571. New Sports Podcast: Dirtbags & CIF Playoffs Update
  1572. Struggling Economy Opens New Doors For LB Musicians
  1573. Tough Puppy Love: An Eye-Opening Experience
  1574. VIDEO: Poly Loses A Heartbreaker In Overtime
  1575. City Tries To Catch Running Sprinklers
  1576. VIDEO: Beach Gets Vengeance At Fullerton, 75-74
  1577. Dirtbag Baseball: 2009 Preview & Player Profiles
  1578. Dirtbags Teach The Youth At Blair Field
  1579. Storm Drives Waves Over Breakwater
  1580. District Weekly: Uranga Files For Council Seat Held By... Uranga
  1581. Thanks To Rain, No Need For Sprinklers Until March
  1582. St. Anthony Takes Top Honors In Academic Decathlon
  1583. Bulldog Beauty Contest
  1584. CIF Basketball Playoffs Preview: Moore League Sends 11 Teams
  1585. Wilson Girls Soccer Forfeits Four Games, Drops Playoff Seeding
  1586. VIDEO: Mayor Urges Residents To Prepare For Storms
  1587. A Great New Media Experiment
  1588. Just Bike It!
  1589. Native LB Poet To Debut New Book Saturday Night
  1590. Final Moore League Standings; Plus A Playoff Showdown Tonight!
  1591. Exclusive: New Breakwater Study (Available For Download!)
  1592. Future Councilmembers Take Their Seats During City Hall Tour
  1593. New SportsNight Podcast
  1594. Help The Helpers: Iconic Church Facing Foreclosure
  1595. Century Club Honors Local Athletes With Annual Banquet
  1596. Hospital Fundraiser Takes It To The Catwalk
  1597. Five-Story Construction Scaffolding Collapses, No Injuries
  1598. 2009 LBSU Softball Preview
  1599. Officer Shoots Pursuit Suspect, Hit & Run Kills Motorcyclist
  1600. Sports Podcast: The Basketball Episode - Lakers, LBSU & HS
  1601. City Sues Lehman Brothers For Fraud, Seeks To Recover $20M Lost In Failed Investment
  1602. Free Poetry Seminar Coming This Saturday
  1603. Roll Out The Pink Carpet, Movie Night Benefits Local Students
  1604. TED Update: Mayor Drives Electric Car, Bill Gates Is Crazy
  1605. VIDEO: Jordan Moves Into First Place By Beating Poly, 74-64
  1606. Editorial: Where There Is Smoke...
  1607. Study Shows CSULB Fees Are Lowest In CSU System
  1608. TED Conference Makes Long Beach Debut Today
  1609. Coming Soon: LB Studios Almost Ready For Close-up
  1610. Editorial: Taking A Stand For Smoke-Free LB
  1611. VIDEO: Rams Stun Rabbits At The Buzzer
  1612. Tragedy Strikes Twice Over Weekend
  1613. What A Super Bowl!
  1614. CSULB Breaks Ground On New Student Rec Center
  1615. Exec. Director Steinke Delivers State Of The Port Address
  1616. VIDEO: Beach Loses Home Thriller To Fullerton, 61-60
  1617. A Different Perspective On Proposition 8
  1618. State Of The 2nd Speech Focuses On Retaining Services
  1619. VIDEO: Millikan Does It Again! Upsets Wilson, 70-67
  1620. CSU Receives Record Donations
  1621. Exclusive Interview With Sen. Lowenthal For Lt. Governor
  1622. Alan Lowenthal Running For CA Lieutenant Governor
  1623. Goods Gallery Up For Sale
  1624. VIDEO: Poly Rewrites History, Beats Wilson 3-2
  1625. Benefit Show Gives Artists, Community Time To Shine
  1626. Inspiring Stories Steal The Show At Aquarium Festival
  1627. Beer & Politics To Host Wetlands Discussion
  1628. Game Of Da Week: Wilson v. Poly II
  1629. Recipe For Health: Sand, Inspiration & Running
  1630. Dirtbag Skipper Weathers Serves The Heat, Pasta
  1631. VIDEO: Millikan Mucks By Jordan In Mud Bowl
  1632. LAT: Obit On MOLAA Founder, The Late Dr. Gumbiner
  1633. LBPOSTSports Ticket Giveaway For LBSU Basketball!
  1634. Millikan Downs Wilson, 3-0
  1635. Inauguration Report: Final Dispatch from DC (With Photos)
  1636. Dr. Robert Gumbiner, Founder Of MOLAA, Passes Away
  1637. Wilson High Co-Principal Passes Away
  1638. Second Half Goals Lift Poly Over Lakewood
  1639. Armed Man Is Shot While Fleeing From Officers
  1640. Poly, Jordan Win In Massey/MLK BBall Showcase
  1641. A Day At The Farmers Market
  1642. Behind The Scenes: State Of The City Address
  1643. MLK Parade Brings New Energy
  1644. Beach Remains Tops In Conference With Victory
  1645. MLK Celebration Set For Saturday
  1646. LA Times Profiles Long Beach Unemployment
  1647. 3rd Annual E-Waste Drive To Be Held Feb. 7
  1648. Children Today Receives $60,000 Private Donation
  1649. VIDEO: Poly Prevails Over Jordan In Battle Of The Best
  1650. State Of The City: We Have Difficult Times To Deal With
  1651. Local Middle School Recognized With State Award
  1652. Masters College Honors Long Beach Resident
  1653. LB Transit Increases Fares, Beginning In February
  1654. Richardson, Others Welcome Opening Of US Census Office
  1655. State Of City Set For Tonight
  1656. VIDEO: Pressure Defense Leads To Poly Victory Over Millikan
  1657. Proposed Bill Could Provide City Nearly $20M Reimbursement
  1658. USA Today Weighs In On Airport Privatization
  1659. Sports Talk Podcast: Moore League & LBSU Updates
  1660. Fast Start Helps Poly To Victory Over Wilson, 59-49
  1661. State Of LBCC: This Institution Will Weather This Storm
  1662. Earthquake Rocks The Southland
  1663. P-T Feels Sting From Latest Round Of Firings
  1664. CSULB Ranked Among 50 Best Public Colleges
  1665. Wilson Keeps Five-Year Winning Streak Alive... Barely
  1666. VIDEO: Millikan Tops Wilson In League Opener
  1667. Council Decides To Hold Airport Discussions Publicly
  1668. Opportunity On The Water
  1669. Possible Airport Lease Will Be Discussed Today
  1670. Queen Mary Offers Free Admission In January
  1671. Tempo Dictates Win In 49er Victory
  1672. Thousands Welcome New Year In Downtown Celebration
  1673. P-T Tells Sad Tale Of Murder Victims
  1674. What Is Your Resolution?
  1675. Celebrate Safely
  1676. The Top Ten Sports Moments Of The Year
  1677. How Will MediaNews Struggles Affect The Press-Telegram?
  1678. PT: Exiled To Cambodia Series
  1679. Goods Gallery To Host Live Side-By-Side Painters
  1680. 49ers Fall To Oregon, 86-74
  1681. How To Fix Long Beach Sports: Solution #6
  1682. Faces Of The Holiday Season
  1683. A Promise Kept… For Our Children
  1684. Tainting The Public Trust
  1685. 49ers Shock Temple, 76-71
  1686. Giving In Time Of Need
  1687. Poly Comeback Falls Inches Short In State Championship
  1688. LB Unemployment On The Rise, Reaches 9.6%
  1689. KTLA Reports On Dirty LB Water
  1690. 10 Ways To Green Your Holiday
  1691. Salvation Army Brings Toys, Joy To Youngsters
  1692. High Schoolers Get Free Tickets For LBSU Games
  1693. Mayor To Deliver State Of The City At CSULB, Jan. 13
  1694. Four Books For Four Bucks
  1695. Free Parking In Belmont Shore This Saturday
  1696. A Day Without (Disposable) Bags
  1697. Poly's New Standout Smith: Modest, But Ready
  1698. Lend A Holiday Hand
  1699. Hospital Nearing $24M Fundraising Goal
  1700. Photo Contest Open To Anyone With A Camera
  1701. Can Poly Win The National Championship?
  1702. Belmont Shore Murder Suspect Surrenders To Police
  1703. Pine Plans To Ring New Year In With Style
  1704. Storm Forces Another Beach Warning
  1705. Poly Girls BBall Moves Up In National Rankings
  1706. The Road To Being An Elector
  1707. City Website Gets Facelift
  1708. Floating Holiday Spirit
  1709. WHAT A FINISH! Poly Wins 18th Football CIF Title
  1710. Sewage Spill Closes Beaches
  1711. Light Up The Night
  1712. More Melvin: Emergence Of The Poly Big-Play Back
  1713. USA Today: Air Quality At LB Schools Is Worst In County
  1714. Downtown To Light Up Tonight
  1715. Oropeza Introduces Bills To Limit Smoking & Food Waste
  1716. Poly Linebackers Shoulder Responsibility
  1717. Furutani Launches Toy Drive, Supports Hilton Employees
  1718. My Night As An Unqualified Holiday Lights Judge
  1719. Jordan Falls To Westchester In Tournament Of Champions
  1720. New Harbor Commissioner Wise: Environmental Issues Are At The Top Of The List
  1721. Holiday Cheer Auction Raises $200k For Children Today
  1722. Developers Unveil Latest Seaport Marina Designs
  1723. Video: Poly Beats Lakewood In Classic CIF Semifinal
  1724. Garcia Leaves LBPOST.com, Site Will Not Cover Council Campaign
  1725. Belmont Shore Parade Returns To 2nd Street
  1726. LAT: Port Task Force Making Impressive Busts
  1727. Hilton Employees Split Over Union
  1728. Forum To Address Youth Violence Issues
  1729. Harbor Board Postpones Container Fee
  1730. Port Introduces Clean Gas Trucks For Immediate Use
  1731. Poll: Who Will Win This Friday, Lakewood Or Poly?
  1732. Sen. Oropeza Appointed To Prominent Positions
  1733. Stone Wants To Keep Rolling
  1734. Holiday Cheer Fundraiser To Be Held Thursday
  1735. The Best & Worst Of The LA Auto Show
  1736. Casper Closes It Out For 49er Basketball Victory
  1737. Lakewood Wins 28-7, Moves On To CIF Semis
  1738. Ready, Set... Trot!
  1739. Developers Re-Submit Plans For Retail On Studebaker
  1740. An Early, EARLY Morning With Long Beach State Crew
  1741. Meet Your New State Assemblymembers
  1742. Rainfall Worsens Water Quality
  1743. The Center LB Expands Mental Health Counseling
  1744. Annual Turkey Trot 5K & 10K Will Go On, Rain Or Shine
  1745. Another Thrilling OT Victory For LBSU Mens BBall
  1746. Showers Create Opportunity To Conserve
  1747. Beer & Politics To Explore Prop 8 Aftermath
  1748. Snoop Lends A Holiday Hand
  1749. 49er Women Fall At LMU
  1750. How Would You Fix Long Beach Sports?
  1751. St. Anthony High Holds Open House This Weekend
  1752. Display Showcases Local Artist With Bolivian Roots
  1753. Video: Long Beach State Hall of Fame Inductions
  1754. Wednesday Night Event Listings: Port, Breakwater & Wine!
  1755. Long Beach Will Take Control Of Wireless 911 Calls
  1756. City Council Takes Stance On Prop 8, Lobbyists
  1757. Protestors Rally As CSU Trustees Cut Enrollment
  1758. What Happens Next? Q&A With Sen. Alan Lowenthal
  1759. NY Times Photos Explore Forgotten Cars At LB Port
  1760. Beauty Is Where You Find It: Sunset By Fire
  1761. Wilson Volleyball Falls In CIF Semifinals
  1762. Prop 8 Protests Continue
  1763. Wilson Volleyball In CIF Semifinal Tonight
  1764. East Village Farmers Market Makes Grand Debut
  1765. Wings Over Long Beach Prepares For Departure
  1766. LBSU Comes Close At Wisconsin
  1767. Drifters Slide Into Long Beach
  1768. Smoke From Nearby Fires Fills Long Beach Air
  1769. Hundreds In Long Beach Rally For Marriage Equality
  1770. Moore League Football Roundup/Standings: Week 11
  1771. Aquarium Expands, Goes Green
  1772. Surfrider Foundation To Hold Breakwater Bash Saturday Night
  1773. Wings Over LB Brings Legendary Aircraft To Airport
  1774. CIF Volleyball: Wilson & Lakewood Advance, Poly Falls
  1775. Knabe Stresses Healthcare In State Of County Address
  1776. Rally For Marriage Equality Planned This Saturday
  1777. 49er Womens Volleyball Keeps Rolling
  1778. Editorial: Prop 8 Brings New Issues To Light
  1779. Port Unveils Electric Dock To Help Ships Clean Up
  1780. CIF Volleyball: Poly Wins Thriller, Lakewood Sweeps, Rams Pounded, Wilson Relaxes
  1781. PT: City Seals Deal To Preserve 175 Acres Of Wetlands
  1782. Happy Veterans Day!
  1783. Mayor Appoints Susan Wise To Harbor Commission
  1784. Penalty Kicks Heartbreak: LBSU Loses Big West Championship
  1785. An Answer To The Problems: Tua Leiataua
  1786. March Against Prop 8 Draws More Than 3,000
  1787. Moore League Football Roundup/Standings: Week 10
  1788. LAT: Fifth Shooting Victim Identified
  1789. March Against Prop 8 Scheduled On Broadway Tonight!
  1790. Now What? The Dollars & Sense Of Props & Bonds
  1791. 6th Street Off-Ramp To Be Strengthened
  1792. CSULB To Hold Annual Koi Auction
  1793. Letter To Colleagues Explains Memorial CEO Resignation
  1794. Lakewood Sister Act Dominates Moore League Tennis Tourney
  1795. Measure R Far From Over?
  1796. President Barack Obama
  1797. Election Results: Candidates, Props & Measures Oh My!
  1798. Measure I Fails
  1799. Measure K Passes Easily
  1800. Prop 8 Passes By Less Than 1%
  1801. Prop 3 Passes, Miller Childrens Could Apply For $98 Million
  1802. Lowenthal Defeats Holt In 54th
  1803. Rohrabacher Narrowly Keeps 46th District Congressional Seat
  1804. Richardson Coasts To Win
  1805. Alan Lowenthal Retains 27th District Senate Seat
  1806. Measure R Metro Tax Passes
  1807. Wright Wins 25th District Seat
  1808. Only In America: 50 Years Later, A Drifters Song Has Its Day
  1809. Early Turnout Numbers Already Show Increase Since 2004
  1810. Local Polls Off & Running!
  1811. The Right Kind Of Experience
  1812. Info Slowly Trickles In About Homeless Shooting
  1813. Poly Volleyball Captain Waterfield Ready To Set Sail
  1814. LBPOST Live Election Center
  1815. No On 8 Rally Draws Massive Crowd To Bixby Park
  1816. Discussion: Measures G and K
  1817. No on 8 Long Beach Rally Today
  1818. Happy Halloween!
  1819. Discussion: Measure I
  1820. Rally Against Prop 8 To Be Held At Bixby Bandshell Sunday
  1821. Principal For A Day: A First-Hand Look At Our District
  1822. Discussion: Prop 10
  1823. Discussion: Prop 11
  1824. Discussion: Prop 12
  1825. Wrigley Assn. Meeting To Host Reeves & Batts Next Week
  1826. Morris & Figueroa Named To All-Big West Preseason Teams
  1827. Discussion: Prop 8
  1828. Discussion: Prop 9
  1829. Todd Miles: The Next Piece Of The Puzzle
  1830. P-T Series Explores Pine Ave.
  1831. Discussion: Prop 5
  1832. Discussion: Prop 6
  1833. Discussion: Prop 7
  1834. Long Beach State Basketball: A 2008-09 Season Preview
  1835. Discussion: Prop 4
  1836. Photo Gallery: Womens Conference
  1837. SportsNight: New Episode Of LB Sports Radio!
  1838. A Night Of Live Jazz & Blues
  1839. High School Football Roundup
  1840. Mayor Foster & Jensen Talk Measure I At West LB Meeting
  1841. Discussion: Prop 3
  1842. Crystal Basket-Ball: The 08-09 Big West Conference Preview
  1843. Helping You Decide 2008
  1844. Discussion: Prop 1A
  1845. Discussion: Prop 2
  1846. SportsNight, LB Sports Talk: Previews & Predictions
  1847. Star-Studded Shriver Conference Comes To LB Today
  1848. Sustainability Committee Meeting Scheduled Tomorrow
  1849. Video: 49ers Play Rude Host To Notre Dame
  1850. PT: Justice Department Opposes Clean Trucks Plan
  1851. Photos: Aquarium Sea Fare
  1852. Press-Telegram Endorses Sen. Obama For President
  1853. ESPN Profiles Poly BBall Star
  1854. Register To Vote! Last Chance Ends At Midnight Tonight
  1855. Gabelich: Yes on Measure I
  1856. Acres Of Books Is No More
  1857. City Health Department Re-Opens Colorado Lagoon
  1858. District Weekly Election Guide
  1859. Silence Speaks Volumes
  1860. Moore League Football Roundup: Week 7
  1861. City Will Soon Launch Plan To Promote Biking
  1862. Purpose Personified: Talia Chricton
  1863. Walk For A Cause: Two Chances To Get Involved Tomorrow
  1864. Nuestra Imagen Awards Honor Community Leaders
  1865. Busy Times For Local Sports: The Info You Crave
  1866. Local Watching Parties Planned For Debate Tonight
  1867. LBUSD Named Broad Prize Finalist, Receives $250k For College Scholarships
  1868. Local Salvation Army In Danger Of Closing Food Pantry
  1869. Long Beach Marathon Coasts To Finish Line
  1870. CSULB Readies Itself For Marathon This Weekend
  1871. Mayor Foster Interviewed By CNBC About Local Economy
  1872. Live Dodger Blog: NLCS Game 2
  1873. Breakwater Study Session Keeps Public In The Loop
  1874. Long Beach Sets Ten-Year Record For Low Water Use
  1875. Breakwater Workshop To Be Held Tonight
  1876. Join Walk Across America To Raise Funds For Ill Children
  1877. Long Beach Named Aquatic Capital Of America
  1878. Fundraiser To Benefit Marriage Equality Thursday
  1879. $2 Million Broad Prize Will Be Announced Next Week, With LBUSD In The Running
  1880. Celebration & Education: University By The Sea 2008
  1881. Photos: The Crowd At Gov. Palin Speech In Carson
  1882. University By The Sea Returns
  1883. Video + Full Coverage: Wild Weekend Of Local Sports!
  1884. VP Debate Results: They Both Won, According To Local Parties
  1885. Places Of The Season
  1886. Lowenthal Port Bill Will Be Back
  1887. Lakewood High Forfeits Wins Due To Ineligible Player
  1888. Local Dem. & Repub. VP Debate Watching Parties At Same Place (Confirmed)
  1889. PT: Airport Parking Fees Rise
  1890. Governor Vetoes Lowenthal Port Bill
  1891. Clean Trucks Program In Effect, Beginning Today
  1892. What Would YOU Ask Animal Care Services?
  1893. City To Host Public Breakwater Study Workshops
  1894. Beer & Politics To Host Ask The Mayor Night
  1895. Gov. Approves Oil Drilling Plan
  1896. Photos: Pres. Debate Party With The LB Dem. Club
  1897. New, Improved LBPOST Commenting System Debuts
  1898. Moore League Football Roundup: Week 4
  1899. Sarah Palin To Speak In Carson
  1900. Dem. Club To Host Debate Watching Party Tonight
  1901. Skate Park Expansion Will Be Unveiled Tomorrow
  1902. L.A. River Dredging Underway To Increase Beach Quality
  1903. Beach Cleanup A Huge Success
  1904. Art Theatre Debuts City Documentary
  1905. University By The Sea Kicks Off (With A Wedding?)
  1906. Aquarium Hosts Conference To Solve Water Supply Crisis
  1907. Measure I Website Launches
  1908. Social Work Pioneer Honored With National Awards
  1909. Water Conservation Is Working, But Will It Be Enough?
  1910. Library Services Director Announces Resignation
  1911. Video: LBSU Women's Volleyball Loses (?!) At Home
  1912. Arrest Made In Death Of Toddler
  1913. Back To The Future - LB Movie Studio Could Begin Production As Early As January
  1914. Battle Over Measure I Heats Up
  1915. Children Hospitals Counting On Prop 3 As November Nears
  1916. Video: PONY On Parade!
  1917. Parade Down Pine With The PONY Baseball World Champs!
  1918. LBCC Opens New Library, Hints At Future Development
  1919. This Man Rafted The Pacific To Encourage You To Recycle
  1920. Governor Vetoes CA Budget
  1921. Gov. Threatens Veto Power Over Approved CA Budget
  1922. JUNK Raft Crew To Be Honored For Activism Tonight
  1923. 10th Annual LB Triathlon Kicks Off This Weekend
  1924. CA Budget Deal Finally Reached, Awaiting Gov. Approval
  1925. VIDEO: NFL Great Jerry Rice Speaks To LB Youth
  1926. Dem. Party BBQ Draws Candidates & Supporters
  1927. Moore League Roundup: Week Two
  1928. Weekend Car Show Will Draw Vintage Vehicles To Queen Mary
  1929. We Will Not Forget
  1930. Final Ruling Allows Clean Trucks Program To Move Forward
  1931. Lowenthal Endorsed By Former Mayor For Assembly Seat
  1932. Long Beach Remembers 9-11
  1933. BBQ Hosted By Long Beach Dem. Club This Saturday
  1934. Balanced Budget Passed By Council, Library To Stay Open
  1935. Our Position On Political Endorsements
  1936. Community Forum Tonight To Discuss Historic Preservation
  1937. Budget Workshop, Council Meeting To Visit Financial Issues
  1938. Acres Announces Closing Date
  1939. Clean Truck Plan Survives Court Ruling, For Now
  1940. LA Times: Long Beach 911 Calls Not Answered Directly
  1941. McCain Speech Energizes Local GOP At Watching Party
  1942. Donation Saves Midnight Basketball, High Hopes For Impact On Community
  1943. New LBPOSTSports.com Design, High School Football Preview
  1944. Republican Nomination Viewing Party Will Be Held Tonight
  1945. LB Locals Lend A Hand To Gulf States In Need
  1946. Lowenthal Readies For Nov. Election With Open House
  1947. New Downtown Courthouse Moving Forward
  1948. Council Airs Concerns About Main Library Closure Plan
  1949. Rehabbing Sea Turtle Finds Refuge In Aquarium
  1950. Council Hearings To Address Library, Budget Tonight
  1951. GOP Convention Watching Party Will Be Hosted Thursday
  1952. Convention Celebrates Hawaiian Tradition Over Weekend
  1953. LB Dems Gather To View Obama Acceptance Speech
  1954. Say Goodbye To Summer, Hawaiian-Style
  1955. Questions Answered: A Long Beach State Volleyball Preview
  1956. There Might Be Oil
  1957. Which Proposed Temporary Library Site Is Best?
  1958. Ten-Year-Old Scolds City Officials At Budget Hearing
  1959. Dem Convention Watch Parties
  1960. Library Hosts Public Discussions In Lieu Of Council Meeting
  1961. LB Athletes Dominate Olympics, New Seasons Begin
  1962. Pink Gala Honors LGBT Community
  1963. Picketing Drivers Crash Clean Trucks Party
  1964. Art Theatre Returns To Stage
  1965. Democratic Club Endorses Infrastructure Proposal
  1966. George's Greek Cafe Moves Into New Pine Ave. Location
  1967. Reyes Uranga LGBT Forum Stresses Acceptance, Safety
  1968. Business Journal: Nearly 580 City Employees Earn $100k
  1969. Great As Gold: May/Walsh Perfect Once Again
  1970. Possible Recreation Cuts Draw Passionate Crowd To Budget Hearing
  1971. Several Long Beach Athletes Advance To Gold Medal Rounds
  1972. Council Votes To Oppose Prop Banning Same-Sex Marriage
  1973. Historic Home Re-Opens Today
  1974. Community Meeting Finds Answers To Coyote Questions
  1975. CA Water Supply Drying Up As LB Continues To Conserve
  1976. Happy Aviation Day! Aircraft Fair Confirmed For Nov.
  1977. Reyes Uranga Sponsors LGBT Community Roundtable
  1978. LBCC Unveils New Logo
  1979. Shopping Spree About More Than School Clothes
  1980. Dem. Leaders Honor A Friend At Annual Picnic
  1981. Join The Armada And LBPOST.com To Honor Police & Fire Dept. Saturday
  1982. Shopping Spree Lends A Hand To Community Kids
  1983. Airplane Tug-O-War: Bragging Rights & A Good Cause
  1984. Sewage Spill In Watts Forces City Beaches To Close
  1985. Animal Agencies Team Up For Pet Toy Drive
  1986. Rebuilding TALB: The Mission Of Michael Day
  1987. City Rolls Out Biodiesel Beach Vehicles, Plans For Future
  1988. Senator Lowenthal Waits On Governor As Container Fee Sits
  1989. LA Times Article Jumps Into Library Frenzy
  1990. Big Boost For Community Hospital
  1991. Blog Rallies Support For Main Library
  1992. Audit Of TALB Reveals Financial Mismanagement
  1993. Olympic Coverage Up And Running!
  1994. Junior Chamber Helps Make Dreams A Reality
  1995. Inaugural Meeting Of The Long Beach Press Club
  1996. Knabe Changes Vote On Transit Tax, Will Be On Nov. Ballot
  1997. Budget Hints At Creation Of Arts & Cultural Affairs Bureau
  1998. Interval House: A Global Standard For Abuse Prevention
  1999. County Supervisors Deny Sales Tax Hike From Nov. Ballot
  2000. Container Fee Bill Passes State Senate, Moves To Governor
  2001. Audit Reveals More Museum Mishaps
  2002. Port Looking For $4B Upgrade
  2003. The Faith Of Angels Fans
  2004. Breaking Down The New Budget
  2005. NBA Vet BBall Camp Teaches More Than Sports
  2006. Mayor & City Manager Present Balanced 2009 City Budget
  2007. Big Boost For Miller Children Hospital
  2008. Developer Backs Out Of Proposed Home Depot Plan
  2009. Fire Chief Posts Earthquake Tips
  2010. Sea Festival Hosts Seafood Festival, Naturally
  2011. Beijing-Bound Beachians?: The Lost Jessica Hardy Article
  2012. 5.4 Magnitude Earthquake Rocks Long Beach & Southland, No Reported Damage
  2013. Dockworker Contract Agreement Finally Reached
  2014. Walking & Dogs; An Award-Winning Week For LB
  2015. Earthquake Shakes Long Beach
  2016. Trucking Assn. Files Lawsuit Against Port of LB
  2017. Furutani Calls Town Hall Meeting To Discuss State Budget
  2018. Raw Sewage Spill Closes Four Popular Swimming Spots
  2019. LBPOST Party Raises Over $7k For U.S. Vets
  2020. Making "A Day With The Mayor"
  2021. Hometown Heroes Steal The Show At AVP Long Beach Open
  2022. Pancake Breakfast Honors Dockworker Hero
  2023. CSI: Long Beach?
  2024. Gibb/Rosenthal Pull Off Upset To Capture Men's AVP Final
  2025. Video: Inaugural Poly Hall of Fame Class Inducted
  2026. New Youth Opportunities Center Opens
  2027. May-Treanor Helps Century Club Turn Another Page
  2028. Pancake Breakfast To Honor Dockworker Icon
  2029. Celebrate A Great Cause With The LBPOST!
  2030. Villages At Cabrillo, An Affordable Housing Jewel
  2031. Your New Favorite Long Beach Sports Source: Sign Up Today!
  2032. Infrastructure Plan Passes, Headed For November Ballot
  2033. Stay Busy With Photo Contest & Weight Loss Challenge!
  2034. Schipske Introduces Fiscal Accountability Ideas, Calls On Council For Support
  2035. Photos From The Council Party At The Queen Mary
  2036. Powerboat Skiers Kick-Start Busy SeaFest Weekend
  2037. LBPOST.com Exclusive: A Day With The Mayor
  2038. Mayor Adjusts Infrastructure Plan
  2039. Blue Whales Flock To LB Coast In Record Numbers
  2040. Power, Stunts & Watersports On Pine Tonight
  2041. Fourth District Summer Fun Day Held This Weekend
  2042. Senator Lowenthal's Container Fee Passes In Assembly
  2043. Lerch Named Vice-Mayor
  2044. The Re-Elected Councilmembers; A Photo Essay
  2045. Acres Of Books Announces Closing Sale
  2046. Local Sports Round Up
  2047. Center LB To Host Upcoming Icon Awards Next Week
  2048. Bixby Auto Fair Brings Out The Best & The Baddest
  2049. Work Stoppage Halts Both Ports
  2050. Dragsters Roar Into Bixby Knolls Auto Show This Saturday
  2051. Junior Chamber Crowns New Miss LB & Miss Teen LB
  2052. Help The US Olympic Water Polo Team & Its Four LB Natives!
  2053. Mayor Speaking To Neighborhood Groups
  2054. Mayor Proposes $570M Bond To Improve City Infrastructure, Says City Budget Is Balanced
  2055. Avoiding West Nile: Take Precautions & Learn Dangers
  2056. New Complex Changes The Rules Of Affordable Housing
  2057. Council Backs Green Agenda, Still Has Trucking Questions
  2058. Armada Reach .500 With Solid 7-4 Home Victory
  2059. Port Moves Forward With Clean Truck Program
  2060. Sports Round-Up: LB Natives To Watch In Beijing
  2061. 2nd Annual Affordable Housing Week Begins
  2062. Looking Back On Photos From The Fourth
  2063. Wrigley Association Hosts Luau-Style Potluck This Monday
  2064. How You Can Celebrate This Holiday Weekend
  2065. Longshore Workers Wait For New Deal On Expired Time
  2066. City Should End 2008 In Black, But Faces $17M Deficit In 2009
  2067. Bickerstaff Family Brings Big Gift To Miller Children’s Hospital
  2068. {open} Presents Indepantsdance Day Poetry Event
  2069. LB Volunteers Help Flood Victims From Home Or On Scene
  2070. Clearing Up The Phone Laws
  2071. Pirates Pillaging Belmont Pier
  2072. Introducing The Modern Press-Telegram
  2073. Aquarium Gala Rings In Anniversary
  2074. Hospital Golf Tourney Avoids Sand Traps, Rakes In A Record
  2075. Congress Orders 15 New C-17s, Production Extended To 2010
  2076. Video: Sci-Fi Author Bradbury Pleads For Acres Of Books
  2077. Festival Of Chefs: Good Food, Good Cause This Sunday
  2078. Port And Morris Debate Over Improving Water Quality
  2079. Museum Of Art Goes Lights Out For New Exhibits
  2080. The Man Who Solved The Breakwater
  2081. Port Expansion, River Diversion Top Beer & Politics Topics
  2082. Andrews Hosting Gang Prevention Meeting Tonight
  2083. Sports Round-Up: Our '07-08 High School Awards!
  2084. Bayou Fest & AIDS Walk: A Worthwhile Weekend
  2085. River Spill Closes Local Beaches, Ruling Could Make It Worse
  2086. Animal Control: Turning A Corner
  2087. Council Approves Breakwater Study
  2088. Local Daycare Center Fights To Stay Open With State Budget Cuts Looming
  2089. Port To Host Public Middle Harbor Project Hearing
  2090. After Long Wait, Local Same-Sex Couples Wed
  2091. 2008 End of Year HS Moore League Awards
  2092. How You Can Support Long Beach Public Libraries
  2093. Downtown Art Show Will Benefit Cancer Foundation
  2094. Video: Beckham Lends A Hand At Special Olympics
  2095. Atherton Ditch On Its Way To Brighter Future
  2096. Ten Years At The Aquarium: You Otter See It!
  2097. Nonprofit Partnership Hosts "NextGen" Seminar Today
  2098. City Audit Finds Major Financial Problems At LB Art Museum
  2099. Frustrations Continue: P-T Employees Protest Unfair Wages
  2100. Torch Run Marks Kickoff Of 2008 Special Olympics In LB
  2101. Chamber Welcomes Secretary Kempthorne To Speak Friday
  2102. You Own The New Miller Children's Hospital
  2103. Jacks Liquor Torn Down In Latest Redevelopment Move
  2104. Goydos' Success, Humility & Hat Honored By Legends
  2105. Military Officers Association Honors Local JROTC Cadets
  2106. Councilwoman Schipske To Hold Book Signing
  2107. LB Sports Update: Recognizing Our Champions
  2108. LBCC To Celebrate 80th Year With Saturday Gala
  2109. Wrigley 5/10k Run Scheduled Saturday
  2110. From The Winner's Circle: Tuesday's Election Photos
  2111. Complete Election Coverage
  2112. Lowenthal & Holt Win In 54th Assembly Primary
  2113. Future of LB Sports on Display at Middle School Sports Banquet
  2114. Candidates Hustle For Last Minute Support
  2115. Election Day: Tidbits & Updates
  2116. Pile Of JUNK Sets Sail For Hawaii To Raise Awareness
  2117. Make Your Case: Statements From The 54th Assembly Dem. Candidates
  2118. Rep. Assembly Candidates Vying For Primary Position
  2119. Celebration To Honor Award-Winning North LB Group
  2120. LBTV Channel 8 Awarded
  2121. Environmental Report For Proposed Colorado Lagoon Available Online
  2122. 54th Candidates Face Off With One Week Before Election
  2123. Hanson, Hicks Carry Wilson into CIF Championship
  2124. Youth Job & Internship Fair At Convention Center Thursday
  2125. ABC Story Highlights Efforts To Clean LB Waters
  2126. 54th Assembly Candidates To Face Off In Forum
  2127. O'Donnell Launches Park Watch
  2128. Richardson Responds To Public
  2129. Undercover Gun and Drug Operation Nets Results
  2130. Sports Update: The Summer Coverage You Crave
  2131. LB Bar Association Awards Over $35k In College Scholarships
  2132. LBPD Shooting Raises Public Hostility, Family Plans To Sue
  2133. Faces Of Pride
  2134. Website Launches To Provide Guide To Local Events
  2135. "We Love Long Beach" BBQ Photo Essay
  2136. LBPD & Local Non-Profit Team Up For Weekend BBQ
  2137. CA Supreme Court Approves Same-Sex Marriage On Eve Of Pride Festival
  2138. Lowenthal Youngest Member Ever Appointed To Water Board
  2139. Bike To Work Day Promotes Green Commuting
  2140. Students At Sea
  2141. Long Beach Sports Feel The Heat As Summer Nears
  2142. Pride Festival Will Draw Thousands This Weekend
  2143. Longshoreman Memorial Comes At Critical Time, With Sadness
  2144. 46th District Candidate Cook Opens Huntington Office
  2145. Bandshell Re-Opening Marks Return Of City Landmark
  2146. Bixby Park Bandshell Re-Opening Today
  2147. Dominguez Gap Wetlands Make Debut After Treatment
  2148. Putt-Putt On Pine Takes Over Streets Tonight
  2149. Airport Director Leaves For Santa Barbara Position
  2150. City Council Approves Fire Department Pay Raise
  2151. LBFD Unveils First New Station In 22 Years
  2152. LBFD & LBPD Heroes Honored
  2153. Candidates Face Off In 54th Assembly Debate
  2154. Local Legend John Craig Life Celebration Tonight
  2155. Rudd’s Adult Spelling Bee Awards $1K To Winner
  2156. 54th Assembly Race Heats Up With Tonight’s Debate
  2157. Garcia On Most Innovative List
  2158. Council Will Vote Whether To Raise Firefighter Wages Tuesday
  2159. Council To Discuss Long Beach Airport Noise Ordinance
  2160. Millikan Students Win “Don’t Waste Water” Video Contest
  2161. Dockworkers Considering Walkout To Protest Iraq War
  2162. Huge Week In LB Sports: Everything You Need To Know
  2163. Luncheon To Honor Entreprenuer Of The Year
  2164. "High School Musical" Hopefuls
  2165. Reserve Your Space In The Youth Opportunities Fair
  2166. Long Beach Named Tree City
  2167. Chamber Ends Ellis Recall Effort
  2168. Doud, DeLong, & Lerch Play in B-Ball Game Tonight
  2169. Suja Lowenthal Appointed To Water District Board
  2170. City Auditor Doud Testifies In Favor Of Fraud Legislation
  2171. New Neighborhood Group To Host BBQ Saturday
  2172. $10k Reward Offered For Information About Boy’s Death
  2173. Suja Lowenthal To Host Girlfriends Conference Saturday
  2174. Second Man Convicted In 2006 Murder Of Sheriff’s Deputy
  2175. Assemblymember Warren Furutani Celebrates Earth Day
  2176. View John Morris LA River Diversion Presentation
  2177. Mayor Launches Green Cleaning Program For City Buildings
  2178. LBPOST Sports: Complete Grand Prix Coverage! Photos, Videos, Interviews + More…
  2179. What Do YOU Want To Know From The Grand Prix?
  2180. What Thursday’s Racing Inductions Mean For Long Beach
  2181. CSULB Hosts Forum To Discuss Students' Opportunities
  2182. Three-Day March To Ports Reaches San Pedro Today
  2183. Midnight Basketball Holds All-Star Game At Poly Tonight
  2184. Doud Audits Sea Festival
  2185. LBPOST Sports: Grand Prix, Dirtbags, Boxing & More
  2186. Obama Supporters Hosting Concert Fundraiser Tonight
  2187. Sign Up Today For LBPOST Sports E-Mail Alerts!
  2188. Fallen Longshoreman, Carlos Rivera, Honored Today
  2189. Gang Violence Prevention Meeting Tonight
  2190. Concert Fundraiser For Obama
  2191. Councilwoman Uranga Endorses Green Cleaning Service
  2192. Dodgers, Knabe Cup, Sports Podcast & Mike Across America!
  2193. Poly Prodigy Raises Funds For AIDS Research With Concert
  2194. Andrews Wins In 6th, Williams & Meyer Claim LBUSD Positions
  2195. Animal Control Makes Management Changes After Euthanasia Mishandlings
  2196. Long Beach Wins Green Award For Water Management
  2197. You Decide! Voting Day In LB
  2198. Acres Of Books Reaches Deal With Redevelopment Agency, Will Close Doors For Good
  2199. Cambodian New Year Parade Photo Gallery
  2200. Longshoreman Killed At LB Port
  2201. Ports of Long Beach and Rotterdam Sign Green Pact
  2202. "Month of the Young Child" Event Series Begins
  2203. LBUSD In Final 5 For Broad Prize
  2204. Boutique Wine Tasting To Be Held This Saturday
  2205. LBPOSTsports.com Launches
  2206. District 4 School Board Debate To Be Held Tonight
  2207. Mayor Foster Endorses Lowenthal In Assembly Race
  2208. Q&A With Congresswoman Laura Richardson
  2209. Senator Feinstein in LB: Talks Ports, Going Green & Gangs
  2210. Richardson & Andrews Talk Taxes
  2211. O'Donnell & Lerch Endorse Lowenthal For Assembly
  2212. Press-Telegram’s Allison: “Our Hearts Are Still Here”
  2213. Citizenship Workshop To Be Hosted By Centro CHA Saturday
  2214. LBPOST.com's Position On Political Endorsements
  2215. Stop Wasting Water Contest
  2216. Beer & Politics Addresses State of the Press-Telegram Tonight
  2217. Email Alerts: They're Back!
  2218. LA Times: The Perilous Fall Of The Press-Telegram
  2219. Two Sea Lions Make Aquarium Debut, Help Research Efforts
  2220. City Wins Case Against Proposed LNG Terminal
  2221. Day Nursery Kids Welcome First Lady Foster For Lunch
  2222. Lowenthal Optimistic After Business Trip To India
  2223. Beach Cleanup + Egg Hunt Draws 600 Volunteers
  2224. Video: LB Airport Unveils New Solar Energy System
  2225. Whitey Littlefield Memorial Service To Be Held Thursday
  2226. LBWD Responds To Report Of Prescription Drugs In Water
  2227. City Positions Eliminated To Simplify Operation & Cut Costs
  2228. City Awarded $800K In Grants To Combat Gang Violence
  2229. Press-Telegram Expresses Optimism For Future & Beyond
  2230. Local Law Firm Wins US Chamber Small Business Award
  2231. Andrews & Saafir Butt Heads In Sixth District Debate
  2232. Schipske Hosts Public Safety Meeting Today
  2233. Public Reading Held On 2nd St
  2234. District Reports: Shake-up At Press-Telegram
  2235. Beachcomber Publisher Convicted On Two Counts
  2236. Very Good Chance Of Snow In Long Beach This Saturday
  2237. Free Tax Instruction Day To Be Held Saturday At Houghton Park
  2238. Mexicano Orgullo Dances Past First Anniversary
  2239. LB Chamber PAC Endorses Andrews For Reelection
  2240. Lowenthal To Lead Trade Mission To India
  2241. Daily Journal Profiles Judge Lowenthal
  2242. Convention Center Hosts Inspirational Speaker
  2243. PT: Project Recognizes Female African-American Leaders
  2244. Sea Festival Brings $5.5 Million To LB, Report Says
  2245. Child Care Rating System Debuts
  2246. Environmental Groups Don't Like Port’s Pollution Plan
  2247. Samuel Lippke Shares Photos of Castro's Cuba
  2248. Leadership LB Announces Upcoming Training Program
  2249. Big Money For Port Security, Lobstergate Whistleblowers
  2250. 1 Year Later: A Message From Robert & Shaun
  2251. Calm After The Storm
  2252. Poly Reveals New Development, Debuting In Summer
  2253. JetBlue Announces Expansion
  2254. CSULB International Human Rights Forum Begins Today
  2255. City Curious About Diverting L.A. River, P-T Not So Keen
  2256. Haute Dog Beauty Contest Draws 350+ Bulldogs
  2257. Local Realtor Najar Appointed To State Medical Commission
  2258. Former Queen Mary Operator Joe Prevatil In Hot Water
  2259. Pates Fraiches Brings Unique, Fresh Pastas To 1st Street
  2260. Child Abuse Prevention Agency Spreading Message
  2261. Super Tuesday Photo Recap
  2262. Hurry! Local Restaurant Specials Winding Down
  2263. Clinton, McCain Win California
  2264. LBCC Measure E Passes
  2265. Laura Richardson Campaigns For Clinton In LB & Signal Hill
  2266. Romney In LB Last Night
  2267. Romney On The Trail In Los Altos Before Super Tuesday
  2268. Chelsea Clinton Visiting CSU Dominguez Hills Today
  2269. LB Chamber Endorses Meyer & Williams For School Board
  2270. Supervisor Knabe Offers $30K For Info In Recent Shootings
  2271. L.A. Times Pumps Up Downtown Attractions, Nightlife
  2272. LB Heritage Gala Honors Excellence In City Preservation
  2273. Free Workshop To Teach About LB Boards & Commissions
  2274. Teachers Reach Contract Agreement With LBUSD
  2275. Leadership LB Appoints New Executive Director
  2276. City Survives Tornado Warning
  2277. Suja Lowenthal Celebration
  2278. Green By Way Of Biodiesel?
  2279. Blame The Rain, But Stay Away From Our Long Beaches
  2280. Council Says No To Schipske's Port Proposals
  2281. MLK Parade Retrospective
  2282. MLK Parade Brings Community Out To Remember & Celebrate
  2283. Schipske's Financial Package Includes Port Funding Changes
  2284. LB Republican Straw Poll Photos
  2285. Expanding Our Reach
  2286. LB Port Activity Indicative Of Nation’s Economy
  2287. Four Local Schools Make National Honor Roll
  2288. Port Hosts First Of Many Community Forums Tonight
  2289. The L.A. River's Gift To LB
  2290. Foster Speech To Be Televised
  2291. City Hits New Water Usage Low
  2292. Austin Out Of Running In 6th
  2293. Mayor Foster & Jesse James Unveil LB 2030 Plan Van
  2294. 'Say Cheese' Photo Gallery Set For Saturday
  2295. After The Storm, Clean-Up Begins... Kind Of
  2296. Chasing Hidden Giants
  2297. Sprinklers Unnecessary For A Week Due To Rain
  2298. Likely Chance Of Snow
  2299. MLK Peacemaker Award Nominations Underway
  2300. Happy New Year!
  2301. A Look Back: The Best Of The LBPOST.com In 2007
  2302. Reef Continues Tradition Of Holiday Giving
  2303. Al Austin For The 6th?
  2304. Together, We Rise
  2305. Long Beach In Holiday Swing
  2306. Whale Of A Winter
  2307. Tis The Season: NRG Donates $12K To Pools Of Hope
  2308. Long Beach In The Spirit
  2309. Santa Visits 14th Street Park
  2310. Governor In Long Beach Fighting For Healthcare Reform
  2311. LB Harbor Commission To Vote Monday On Truck Fee
  2312. Council To Help Manufacturer To Create Jobs
  2313. Warren Furutani Beats Gipson
  2314. Vacant Store Demolition Will Lead To New Target
  2315. Shop With A Cop
  2316. Videos: Board & Public Call For Ellis' Resignation
  2317. Belmont Shore Christmas Parade Photos Continued
  2318. District Weekly Switches On The Downtown Lights
  2319. Ellis Refuses School Board's Call For Resignation
  2320. Belmont Shore Christmas Parade: A Retrospective
  2321. Celebrate The Holidays: Boat Parades, Sharks & Snow
  2322. Lowenthal Joins CSULB Faculty
  2323. Councilman O'Donnell To Host Breakwater Forum
  2324. Sea Festival Announces $32,000+ Payment To City
  2325. Help Community Hospital Win A MRI Scanner
  2326. Sea Festival Reports To City
  2327. West Shakes Up City Management
  2328. Turkey Trot & 5K/10K Races For The Holidays
  2329. How Did You Spend Your Thanksgiving?
  2330. Lowenthal & Foster To Host Children Today Auction
  2331. Chamber Asks Ellis To Resign
  2332. City Council Passes Vote To Limit Public Comments
  2333. Assistant City Manager Christine Shippey Is Resigning
  2334. Surfrider Foundation Aims To Take Down Breakwater
  2335. Harbor Commission Selects Cherin As Executive Officer
  2336. Redevelopment Agency Launches Public Arts Project
  2337. Suja Lowenthal Asks For Study To Save Jergins Tunnel
  2338. Mayors Meeting To Focus On Urban Youth Issues
  2339. Veterans Parade Retrospective
  2340. Business, Community Leaders To Shadow Principals For A Day
  2341. Job Fair Lends Helping Hand To Veterans At Convention Center
  2342. Human Dignity Program Hosts Gang Prevention Meeting
  2343. Police Chief Batts Named To Peace Officer Commission
  2344. Oceangate Development Plans & Designs Unveiled
  2345. Your Thoughts On The Colorado Lagoon Restoration Project?
  2346. City Continues Going Green
  2347. Councilmember Lowenthal Hosts Housing Construction
  2348. City Council Reverses Ban On Big-Box Superstores
  2349. Queen Mary Switches Hands
  2350. Fourth Annual Long Beach Wine BLAST This Thursday
  2351. Dirty Trucks Banned From Port
  2352. Schipske To Vote To Rescind Big Box Ordinance
  2353. Mayor Will Veto Big-Box Ballot
  2354. Public Invited To Open Forum With 55th Assembly Candidates
  2355. Knabe Speaks At Inaugural State Of The County
  2356. Happy Halloween!
  2357. More Underground Rooms Found In Jergins Tunnel
  2358. Gabelich Speaks About Halloween In Bixby Knolls
  2359. LBCC To Induct Four Into 2007 Hall of Fame
  2360. More From The Weekend's Howl'oween Parade
  2361. Beer & Politics: With State Senator Alan Lowenthal
  2362. University By The Sea Sweeps Through Downtown
  2363. Howl'oween Parade Draws Over 600 Decorated Dogs
  2364. Harbor Commission to Consider Dirty Trucks Ban
  2365. New York Times Highlights “Soul of Long Beach”
  2366. CA Downtown Conference
  2367. Historic Water Tower Restoration Completed
  2368. Strike Delays Waste Collection
  2369. West Eliminates Deputy Position
  2370. New City School’s Transformation
  2371. City Warns Of Unhealthy Air
  2372. Re-Imagining The Arts: A New Creative Master Plan
  2373. Foster, King & Lowenthal To Teach
  2374. PT: Pipe Bomb Closes Pine Ave.
  2375. No Recycling On Monday
  2376. Governor & First Lady To Host Playground Opening
  2377. Foster Honored By Air Quality District At Luncheon
  2378. Marine Stadium & Mother's Beach Closed
  2379. Wal-Mart Sponsored Website Aims To Reverse Ban
  2380. Long Beach Unites For Domestic Violence Awareness
  2381. Litter-Free LB Campaign Wins National Award
  2382. LLB To Honor Doris Topsy-Elvord & Morry's Of Naples
  2383. Workers' Comp Program Praised
  2384. Air Show Expo Flying Into Los Alamitos Airfield
  2385. September 2007 Lowest Water Use In A Decade
  2386. PT Adds To Top 10 Power List
  2387. Green Port Fest Kicks Off
  2388. Long Beach Q Film Festival Runs This Weekend
  2389. CSI: Long Beach
  2390. Jergins Tunnel: 40 Years Later
  2391. Centro CHA Hosts 2007 Nuestra Imagen Awards
  2392. Council Says No To Measures
  2393. LBCC Opens New Aviation & Automotive Building
  2394. Long Beach Kids Learn Pedestrian Safety
  2395. Public Health Staff Assisting Ground Beef Recall
  2396. Community Team Helps Address Hate Crimes
  2397. LBPD West Patrol Divison 10th Anniversary
  2398. Sea Lion Makes Welcome Addition to Aquarium
  2399. Human Dignity Art Exhibit Opens Friday
  2400. Meeting Will Address Pike
  2401. City To Explore Meandering Sidewalks
  2402. New City Purchasing Agent
  2403. Park Rangers Receive Awards For Rescue Work
  2404. New Enterprise Zone Manager
  2405. It's A Smallville After All
  2406. CSULB Student Swimming To Class - From San Pedro
  2407. Dog Walk Benefits Treatment
  2408. City's Beaches Earn Failing Grade, But Improving
  2409. 2nd Annual Latina Conference
  2410. City Introduces Plans for AVIA Hotel At The Pike
  2411. TALB: New Legal Opinion From Cal Teachers Assoc.
  2412. Mitt Romney Comes To LB
  2413. West Hires 3 New Managers
  2414. Beer & Politics With Vice Mayor Bonnie Lowenthal
  2415. Solar Conference Comes to Convention Center
  2416. Community Group To Meet With City Council
  2417. Schuyler Heim Bridge Discussion Open To Public
  2418. Affordable Housing Provided For 175 LB Residents
  2419. Conserve Water And Save Money On Your Next Bill
  2420. Long Beach Among County's Most Business-Friendly
  2421. LBUSD Wins $125,000 As Broad Prize Finalist
  2422. District Weekly Interviews City Manager Pat West
  2423. Housing Expo To Be Held At Queen Mary Friday
  2424. Letter From the Publishers
  2425. Helping Kids Stay Safe & Smart
  2426. 100th Monthly Beach Cleanup
  2427. Water Shortage Declared
  2428. Dems Plan Pres. Straw Poll
  2429. City Financial Director Resigns
  2430. Port Receives Green Award
  2431. Remembering 9/11
  2432. LB City College Turns 80