Jason Ruiz


Features Writer

Jason earned his bachelors degree in Journalism in 2012 from California State University Long Beach where he graduated with honors. When he’s not busy getting chastised for his affinity for early 2000s pop-punk and his tendency to play it at loud levels in the office, Jason spends his time scouring the city for feature stories. He uses his skills he acquired studying radio to compile our weekly podcast. He also enjoys, in no particular order, his pit bulls, coffee (all of it) and distance running. 


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  1. Local Leaders To Rally Behind State Senator Ricardo Lara's Universal Healthcare Bill
  2. Metro Board Approves Contracts Allowing Local Policing of Transit Stops
  3. LA County District Attorney Targeting Marijuana DUIs With Enhanced Training, Testing
  4. Parking Space Rental Startup Eyes Grand Prix Weekend for Official Long Beach Launch
  5. Affordable Housing Study Session Reveals Uphill Battle To Secure Funds, Protect Existing Units
  6. Parking Changes on the Horizon, If the California Coastal Commission Gives Its Blessing
  7. Mayor Robert Garcia Talks the Future of Transit After First Month On Metro Board
  8. Long Beach Recognized for Its Efforts In Supporting Diverse Communities, Equity
  9. New Storytelling Series Allows Speakers to Heal Through Sharing
  10. Propelled by the 2016 Election, Democratic Socialism Finds a Home In Long Beach
  11. With Stepped-Up Immigration Enforcement, Assembly Bill Aims at Protecting California Students from ICE Raids
  12. City Council Moves Forward With Single-Family Housing Project in East Long Beach
  13. A Reshuffling of Funds Helps to Restore Services to Long Beach Fire and Police Departments
  14. Next Week’s Metro Board Vote Could Pave Way for LBPD to Police Blue Line
  15. The Rain Has Helped But Policy Makers Warn the Drought Is Not Over Yet
  16. What the Betsy DeVos Confirmation Could Mean for Long Beach Schools
  17. Long Beach Adopts Updates For Plans to Increase Walkability, Ride-Ability and Access to Green Space
  18. Two Parks To Receive Synthetic Grass Soccer Fields; El Dorado Improvements On Hold
  19. Amid Threats of Federal Defunding, Long Beach Backs “Sanctuary State” Legislation
  20. Decade-Long Homeless Tax Will Benefit Long Beach Even Though It Won’t Pay Until Year Six
  21. Trying to Create A Buzz, Bee Non-Profit Hopes to Raise Funds and Awareness With Cocktail Party
  22. Innovation, Technological Streamlining Cutting Through Red Tape For Long Beach Businesses
  23. Statewide Housing Report Shows Growing Demand, Stagnant Growth
  24. Westside Restaurant Re-opens After Being Closed for Vermin, Sanitary Concerns
  25. Cal State Long Beach Faculty To Hold “Teach-Ins” Discussing Election Effects In Response to Trump
  26. Final Public Meeting On Belmont Shore Median Improvement Project Set for Tuesday
  27. Long Beach’s Newest Park to Honor the Late Dr. C. David Molina
  28. Life Without Mexicans? A Film Screening Aims at Starting An Immigration Dialogue In Long Beach
  29. Long Beach Community College District Trustees Pledge Support For School's Undocumented Students
  30. City Council Terminates International Terminal Talks at Long Beach Airport
  31. Community Input Sought As City Works Toward Pilot Program For Ride Share Companies at LGB
  32. For Upward Mobility, The Ivy (League) Isn’t Always Greener on the Other Side
  33. FAA Continues Public Meetings on Changes to Airport Routes for Metroplex Project
  34. Congressman Alan Lowenthal Joins Other Dems in Skipping Trump's Inauguration
  35. Trump Protest In Long Beach Expected To Draw Hundreds on Inauguration Night
  36. Development of Long Beach Educational Campaign For Safe Marijuana Use Approved By City Council
  37. Local Education Leaders Respond To State Budget Unveiling
  38. As Medical Marijuana Returns to Long Beach Councilwoman Pushes for Public Education
  39. For Largest US Cities, Report Puts Long Beach Among Those Best Financed
  40. Mayor Garcia Focuses on Infrastructure, Climate Change, Unity in 2017 State of City
  41. Residents Get First Chance to Speak on Port of Long Beach's Proposed Rail Project
  42. Mayor's Fund For Education To Focus On Early Childhood Education From Outset
  43. With Water Conservation Lagging, State Regulators Could Return to Mandates
  44. 10 New State Laws That Could Affect Daily Life in 2017
  45. Prominent Deaths Hit Long Beach Hard This Year, Taking Two Over Christmas Weekend
  46. Rain to Splash Southland this Weekend
  47. Congressman Lowenthal Says Trump's Pick For Ambassador to Israel "Unacceptable Choice"
  48. Long Beach Pedestrian, Cyclist Deaths Up, Reflecting Larger National Trend
  49. Mayor's "Percent for the Arts" Program Moves Forward With Unanimous Vote
  50. Styrofoam Ban Set in Motion, Will Include Public Input Before Becoming Law
  51. City Awards Remainder of $15 Million Grant to Aquarium in Advance of Large-Scale Expansion
  52. Final Vote on International Terminal Remains Slated for Late January, Council Decides
  53. Planning Commission Set to Grant Alcohol License to The Art Theatre
  54. Long Beach Artists To Capture Stories of American Women En Route To Million Women March in D.C.
  55. Brown Act Complaint Pending, City Stands Behind Council's Airport Vote
  56. Rideshare Companies Move One Step Closer to Legal Pick Up and Drop Off at LGB
  57. City Council Locks in Date for Decision on LGB International Terminal
  58. Farm Lot 59 Vandalized Over Thanksgiving Weekend
  59. Congressman Alan Lowenthal to Co-Chair House PORTS Caucus
  60. Long Beach Islamic Center Among Those Receiving Letter Threatening Genocide
  61. City Council Votes to Delay Appeal from Residents’ Group; Construction of Tallest Building in Long Beach to Continue on Schedule
  62. Long Beach City Council Explores Restoring Fire Services Lost to Previous Budget Cuts
  63. Plans Unveiled for Project that Could Replace Seaport Marina Hotel, Activate City's Southeast Entrance
  64. CSU Chancellor Drafts Letter Supporting Immigrants, Assuring Welcoming Environment
  65. Mayor Garcia, City Leaders to Hold Rally Supporting Muslim-American Community in Long Beach
  66. Long Beach Amends Requirements for Alcohol Production, Tasting Rooms in City
  67. Council Vote Presses Feds for Humanitarian Parole for Long Beach Man Deported in February
  68. 10 Years Later Cyclone Coaster Bike Group Still Cruising City's Streets
  69. North Long Beach Security Camera Project Brings Free Wifi to Atlantic Corridor
  70. Marijuana Measures Pass Locally, Statewide Vote OKs Recreational Use
  71. Long Beach Could Explore Airport Master Plan After Vote By Council
  72. Flying Eye Hospital Returns Home for Flight Festival Before Retiring to Arizona Museum
  73. New Lease Finalized For Queen Mary With City Pledging Millions for Repairs
  74. Long Beach Polling Stations to Serve as Non-Partisan Party Places on Election Day
  75. Study Shows Racial Discipline Gap Despite Shrinking Suspension Rates at LBUSD Schools
  76. Advocates Use LGBT History Month to Focus On Tobacco Industry's Targeting of Community
  77. Federal Aviation Administration Provides Legal Opinion on Feasibility Study, International Flights
  78. 40 Under 40 Winner: Griselda Suarez
  79. Build-Your-Own Long Beach Voter Guide
  80. 40 Under 40 Winner: Deena Abuyounes
  81. California Public Utilities Commission Says Decisions on SCE, Frontier Could be Months Away
  82. What Your Vote Could Mean for Marijuana in Long Beach
  83. 40 Under 40 Winner: Jason Docton
  84. Jacobs Engineering Group Representatives Will Present Airport Study Findings After Approval of Additional Funds
  85. "Safe Parking" Study Aimed at Vehicle-Dwelling Residents Approved by Long Beach City Council
  86. Regulations for Oversized Vehicles, RVs to Be Examined by City Attorney
  87. Study Session On Homelessness Focuses on Funding Gaps, Community Approach
  88. A War of Words Over Non-Existent Policy as New Group Enters Long Beach Renters' Fray
  89. Measure A Committee Asks First Budget Questions as Tax Nears Implementation
  90. Long Beach Adopts California Minimum Wage Schedule With Local Wage Enforcement
  91. Belmont Pool Environmental Impact Report Hearing Postponed Due to Noticing Oversight
  92. Belmont Pool Project Final Environmental Impact Report Set for Vote Next Week
  93. Possible Minimum Wage Ordinance Revisions Pushed to September
  94. Club Provides Companionship and Expertise in Training for the Ultimate Runner's Experience
  95. Long Beach Signage Facelift Set for Completion By Early Next Year
  96. WE Labs, WeWork and the Legal Battle Over the Use of WE
  97. Dignity Health St. Mary's Receives $90,000 Grant for HIV Prevention Program
  98. Reward Money Approved By Council, County in Case of Slain Long Beach Woman, Daughter
  99. Land Sale Brings Orange County's LAB Holding Closer to Long Beach
  100. St. Mary's Medical Center Workers Join Statewide Protests for Higher Wages
  101. Automobile Club of Southern California to Offer Free Window Etchings Next Thursday, as a Deterrent to Car Thieves
  102. As Long Beach Airport Feasibility Study Nears, Council Votes for Timely Discussions
  103. Grant Money Increases City Clerk's Capacity In Effort to Increase Voter Enagement
  104. Public Safety Budget Reveals Modest Gains for Police, Fire that Hope to Ease Stressed Networks
  105. Perked Up Koffee Pot Cafe Awaits New Tenant
  106. Ribbon Cutting for Protected Bike Lanes in North Long Beach Set for Thursday
  107. A Hash From the Past: Running Club Serves Up Beer, History and Playful Debauchery
  108. Power Struggle Threatens Low-Power FM License of KLBP
  109. Long Beach City Council to Consider Flying Pride Flag at City Hall Year Round
  110. Final Ruling On SCIG Railyard Requires New Environmental Impact Report Before Project Continues
  111. Local Democratic Delegates Address Unity, Platform Concerns As Party Convention Begins in Philadelphia
  112. Measure A Citizen Oversight Committee Selections Revealed By Mayor's Office
  113. Aquarium of the Pacific Honored for Its Southern California Steelhead Story Maps
  114. North Hollywood Food Recovery Group Expands Operations to Long Beach Farmers Markets
  115. Long Beach City Council Weighing Separate Marijuana Tax Initiative for November Ballot
  116. Vice Mayorship Headed North as Richardson Edges Out Andrews
  117. Housing Long Beach Calls for Action, As Rents and Displacements Rise in Downtown Long Beach
  118. Southwest Airlines Gains Temporary Flight Slots at LGB After JetBlue Inactivity
  119. Long Beach Vice Mayor Suja Lowenthal Celebrated During Her Last City Council Meeting
  120. Medical Marijuana Initiative Officially in the Hands of Long Beach Voters This November
  121. Long Beach Black Lives Matter Demonstrators Have their Voices Heard By City Council
  122. Long Beach Water Board Explore Proposals for Water Rate Increases, Aiming to Build Reserve Fund
  123. City Officials To Break Ground Friday on New Civic Center Project
  124. Long Beach, Statewide Water Conservation Continues to Meet Standards As Hot Summer Months Begin
  125. Establishment of New Long Beach Equity Office to Be Evaluated by Staff
  126. Long Beach Joins Others Across California Calling for State of Emergency on Homelessness
  127. Exploring the Feasibility of a Tree Management Plan Takes Root After City Audit
  128. Sharp Ideological Divide on Display During Long Beach Gun Violence Forum
  129. City Audit Finds Long Beach Parks, Trees Deteriorating With Lack of Funding or Plans to Remedy Issues
  130. Congressman Alan Lowenthal to Host Community Meeting Focused on Gun Violence in America Tonight
  131. Nitty Gritty Dirt Band to Make Historic Homecoming as Headliner at Long Beach Folk Revival Fest
  132. Long Beach Representatives Join Congressional Democrats in Sit-In For Gun Reform Votes
  133. Long Beach Joins Long List of Cities Banning Non-Essential Travel to North Carolina, Mississippi
  134. Long Beach City Council Says "We Haven't Done Our Duty," Puts Out Ballot Initiative Attempt
  135. Long Beach Residential Restrictions For Sex Offenders to Be Amended After State Rules Buffers Unconstitutional
  136. Long Beach Music Council Launches Registry To Help Local Artists Land Gigs
  137. Downtown Long Beach Skyline Awaits Facelift as Project Site Sales Conclude
  138. Long Beach Recycling Contract Awarded To Waste Management After Third-Party Review
  139. More Downtown Long Beach Property Sold as City Continues Push for Density
  140. Short on Funding, Belmont Pool Project Pushes Into Design, Certification Phases
  141. Could A Party at the Polls Help Get Out The Vote in Long Beach?
  142. Voters Green-Light $850 Million Bond Measure for Long Beach Community College District
  143. One Percent Sales Tax Increase Approved By Long Beach Voters in Landslide Victories for Measures A and B
  144. Campaign Spending on Mailers Underscores Popularity of Snail Mail During Election Season
  145. Memorial Wall Honoring Those Lost To Post-9/11 Wars Unveiled In Long Beach
  146. Assemblyman Patrick O'Donnell Part of Push to Take College Promise Statewide
  147. 93 Percent of Long Beach Coastline Receives A and B Grades From Heal The Bay
  148. City Auditor Finds Long Beach Jobs Order Contracts Process Was Prone to Fraud, Lacked Oversight
  149. Civic Center Maintenance Jobs Contracted Out, Security Jobs Remain With Long Beach City Employees
  150. A Request for Inspection, Then a Notice To Vacate
  151. Studies Suggest Legislation Not to Blame for Rising Crime Rates
  152. State Water Board Suspends Conservation Standards, Local Suppliers to Set Goals
  153. Measure A Debate Heats Up as June 7 Primary Nears
  154. Frontier Service Issues May Have Been Known Before Verizon Sale, Assembly Committee Hearing Reveals
  155. Long Beach Officials Discuss How to Combat Fourth of July Fireworks Issues
  156. City Council Unanimously Approves Sale of Location Formerly Occupied by Jergins Trust Building
  157. Governor Brown Builds On Water Mandates; State Could Allow Local Agencies To Set Conservation Goals
  158. Study Exploring Long Beach Agricultural Incentive Zone Program Unanimously Approved By City Council
  159. Frontier Communications Questioned By Long Beach City Council Over Service Disruptions
  160. Long Beach Renters Still Falling Through the Cracks Despite Stronger Housing Inspection Program
  161. Long Beach Mayor Highlights Benefits of Measure A as Group Mounts Campaign Against Sales Tax Increase
  162. Outreach Effort to Register Homeless Voters Shows Depth of Challenge
  163. Both Second District Candidates Endorsed by Dee Andrews Ahead of June 7 Runoff
  164. Long Beach Unemployment Rate Dips to 5.5 Percent, A Nine-Year Low
  165. THE PRUITT-IGOE MYTH and Affordable Housing Issues Facing Long Beach
  166. Long Beach and CalTrans Enter Into Agreement for LA River Water Treatment Project
  167. UPDATE: Austin Further Secures Re-Election By a Few Hundred Votes, According to Updated Results
  168. Studies Show Southern California Rents on the Rise as Luxury Development Increases
  169. Doug Otto, Vivian Malauulu Comfortably Take LBCCD Trustee Seats
  170. April Primary Sign of June Gloom? Voter Turnout Stagnant at 11.5 Percent
  171. Breakwater Community Meetings Held as Corps of Engineers Fine Tunes Study Scope
  172. State Falls Short of Annual Conservation Goal; Long Beach Mandate Reduced By 4 Percent
  173. Courage Campaign's "Hall of Shame" Evaluates Two Long Beach Assemblymen's Voting Records
  174. Stream of Misleading Campaign Tactics Mars Long Beach Second District City Council Race
  175. Gov. Brown Set to Sign $15 Minimum Wage Bill, Boosting California's Minimum Wage to Highest in U.S.
  176. Southwest Airlines Announces Four Daily Flights to Oakland from Long Beach Airport
  177. Feasibility Study for International Flights Will Reveal Pros/Cons; Won't Provide Decision for City Council
  178. Southern California International Gateway Railyard Found to Have Faulty Environmental Impact Report
  179. UPDATE: Lawsuit Seeking Riverwalk Injunction Against Long Beach Dismissed
  180. After Public Backlash, Hun Manet Says He Won't Attend Long Beach Cambodian New Year Parade
  181. Eighth District City Council Race Heats Up As Controversial Mailer Draws Criticism From City Leaders
  182. Cambodian Community Calls on City Leaders to Denounce Visit of Khmer Rouge Leader's Son
  183. JetBlue Announces Additional Flight Offerings, Including New Service to Reno
  184. Third-Party Review Places Long Beach Recycling Contract on Hold Again
  185. Study Finds Presidential Election Cycle Dramatically Influences Voter Turnout in California Mayoral Elections
  186. SeaWorld Announces End of Orca Shows, Breeding Months After Challenging California Coastal Commission Ruling
  187. Getting to Know LBCCD Board of Trustees Candidates, Area 2: Irma Archuleta
  188. Getting to Know LBCCD Board of Trustees Candidates, Area 2: Vivian Malauulu
  189. After Years of Static, Low-Power FM Radio Inching Its Way Back to Long Beach
  190. Eighth District Council Candidates Tackle Issues During Community Forum
  191. City Council Pauses $35 Million Recycling Contract, City Auditor's Investigation of RFP Process
  192. Candidate Forum Provides Window Into Politics of Office Seekers
  193. "Read With Rex" Challenge Launched, Aims to Increase Readership at New Michelle Obama Library
  194. Medical Cannabis Ballot Initiative Pulled, Groups Back Unified Measure
  195. Getting to Know: Eighth District Long Beach City Council Candidates
  196. Connectivity and Engagement Major Themes of 2016 People's State of the City
  197. Long Beach Community College District Board Approves $850 Million Bond for June Ballot
  198. Second Medical Marijuana Ballot Initiative Takes More Measured Approach
  199. Diversion Program Finds Funding Source in The California Endowment, Commencing Pilot Program in Long Beach
  200. Ballot Box at June 7 Primary Will Decide Fate of Proposed Sales Tax Increase
  201. UPDATE: New Target to Officially Open in East Long Beach March 9
  202. The 2016 People's State of the City Looks to Build On Momentum in Long Beach
  203. Long Beach Man Contacted By Secret Service After Attempting to Publish Clinton Obituary
  204. Ballot Initiatives Challenging Long Beach Ban on Medical Cannabis Received by City Clerk's Office
  205. Long Beach Author Investigates Psychedelics and Aldous Huxley in New Book ALDOUS HUXLEY'S HANDS
  206. Long Beach Elections Overhauled to Simplify Voter Experience
  207. Long Beach Sales Tax Increase Slated for June Ballot After Unanimous Vote By City Council
  208. California Coastal Commission Votes to Fire Executive Director Charles Lester
  209. Southwest Airlines Among Three Carriers Awarded New Flight Slots at Long Beach Airport
  210. "Hoverboards" Banned from Sidewalks in Long Beach Business Corridors by Council
  211. Long Beach Backs President Barack Obama's Measures to Curb Gun Violence
  212. Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library Approved by Long Beach City Council
  213. LBCC Signing Day Highlights Achievements of Student Athletes
  214. Long Beach Medical Marijuana Ordinance Tabled as City Anticipates Upcoming Ballot Measure
  215. LBCCD Communication Policy Approved, But Not Without Further Change
  216. Long Beach Water Department Assures Residents of Water Quality in Wake of Flint Disaster
  217. Michelle Obama Library Naming Proposal Nears Return for City Council Vote
  218. LBCCD Communication Policy Set For Approval After Second Round of Revisions
  219. Long Beach Signs Agreement With Army Corps of Engineers to Begin Breakwater Study
  220. Feasibility Study For International Terminal Approved By Long Beach City Council
  221. Long Beach City Council Approves $13 Minimum Wage With "Pathway" to $15 by 2021
  222. Public Disapproval Spurs Changes to Long Beach Community College District Communication Policy
  223. VIDEO: Garcia Details Accomplishments, Acknowledges Challenges in Optimistic State of the City
  224. Twitter Activity, Brown Act Concerns Spur Revote On Michelle Obama North Long Beach Library Proposal
  225. Remains of Victorian-Style Home Found in Roof of Koffee Pot Cafe
  226. CSULB Professor Co-Authors Study on Relationship Between Racial Bias, Opposition to Paying Student Athletes
  227. $13 Minimum Wage in Long Beach Part of Finalized Recommendations from Economic Development Commission
  228. Southern California Edison Outlines "Root Causes" of Summer Power Outages, Measures to Limit Issues
  229. Pilot Program Outfitting Long Beach Police Officers with Body Cameras Approved Unanimously
  230. Car Struck By Metro Blue Line While Attempting to Make Left Turn in Front of Train
  231. Long Beach Yellow Cab Targets New Customers with Free Rides, Improved App
  232. Long Beach City Council to Revote on Queen Mary Lease in Light of Brown Act Allegations
  233. After Oakland Fails to Deliver Stadium Plan, Congresswoman Janice Hahn Voices Support for Raiders' Move to Carson
  234. Death Penalty Upheld for Gang Member Convicted of Murdering Long Beach Police Officer
  235. Metro Blue Line Service Halted Due to Suspicious Activity
  236. With Infrastructure Costs Mounting, Long Beach Faces $212 Million Annual Funding Shortfall
  237. Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library Naming Proposal Approved by City Council
  238. Proposal to Name North Branch Library After Michelle Obama Stirs Debate
  239. A Voice, A Plan and the Power to Enact Change
  240. New Civic Center Gets Green Light From Long Beach City Council
  241. More Questions Than Answers as Long Beach Minimum Wage Recommendations Deadline Nears
  242. As Long Beach Civic Center Vote Nears, Clearer Financial Picture Emerges
  243. Long Beach City College Fighting Student Hunger, Homelessness One Donation At a Time
  244. Long Beach Airport to Offer Nine New Flight Slots After Study Session
  245. Long Beach City Council Delivers Phased-In Approach to Medical Cannabis
  246. Medical Marijuana Ban in Long Beach Could be Struck Down by City Council Tuesday
  247. Additional Slots Needed To Preserve Long Beach Airport Noise Ordinance Focus of Upcoming Study Session
  248. Terminal Island Freeway Removal Project To Face More Scrutiny Before City Takes Action
  249. Long Beach City Council Pledges Support for President Obama's Challenge of Immigration Ruling
  250. End of Public Hearings Pushes The Minimum Wage into Economic Development Commission's Court
  251. Los Angeles Economic Roundtable Study Provides Person-Centric View of Higher Wages in Long Beach
  252. Long Beach Elected Officials Address Syrian Refugee Crisis After House Votes for Stricter Security
  253. Black Friday: Myths and Alternatives for the Biggest Shopping Day of the Year
  254. Long Beach Nonprofit Saves Taco Bell Numero Uno From Demolition
  255. Los Angeles Real Estate Firm Takes Over Queen Mary Lease
  256. Vote to Outfit Long Beach Police Department Officers With Body Cameras Postponed
  257. Updated Budget Shows Smaller Deficits on Horizon for Long Beach
  258. Minimum Wage Study Released by Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation
  259. 93-Year-Old Theft Victim Surprised With Money Raised Through Crowdfunding Effort
  260. United States Army Corps of Engineers Gives Green Light to Long Beach Breakwater Study
  261. California Faculty Association Rally Could Preview Strikes at Cal State University Campuses
  262. Beachwood's "The Blendery" Bottle Release Propagating Business's Sour Ambitions
  263. Long Beach Business Owners, Workers Weigh in on Wages at Economic Development Hearing
  264. Economic Development Commission To Request More Time To Evaluate Minimum Wage Study
  265. Cal State Long Beach Leadership Program Receives Innovation Award, the School's Second Such Honor
  266. Long Beach City College Football Rises to Number One in the Nation
  267. Fresh & Easy Announces Closures, Liquidation of Remaining Stores, Including Those in Long Beach
  268. Long Beach Woman Indicted as Part of Identity Theft Ring
  269. Downtown Long Beach Parking Structures Safer, Cleaner According to City Report
  270. #POSTCAST 10/16/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  271. #POSTCAST 10/09/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  272. Long Beach City Council Grants Mills Act Tax Breaks to Nine Historic Properties in the City
  273. Return to Old Staffing Model Brings Back Gaps in Paramedic Coverage for Long Beach Fire Department
  274. App Developed in Long Beach Helps Homeowners Snap an Energy-Use Selfie
  275. #POSTCAST 10/02/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  276. #POSTCAST 09/25/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  277. Long Beach City College Professor Announces Bid for Second District LBCCD Trustee
  278. Center Theatre to be Renamed in Honor of Former Mayor Beverly O'Neill
  279. Long Beach City Council Moves Forward with Medical Marijuana Ahead of Governor's Anticipated Signing of State Legislation
  280. #POSTCAST 09/18/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  281. Long Beach City Council Approves "Responsible and Balanced" 2016 Budget
  282. Long Beach Woman Detained for Sign Threatening Dihydrogen Monoxide (H2O) Attack, Cited for Illegal Posting
  283. Long Beach Budget Simulator Deemed a Useful Tool, Despite Needed Improvements
  284. #POSTCAST 09/11/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  285. Preliminary Agreement on Medical Marijuana Reached by State Legislators As Midnight Deadline Approaches
  286. UPDATE: Power restored to West Long Beach; Over 1,400 Affected at Peak Tuesday Night
  287. Presentation to Long Beach City Council Details Strengths, Weaknesses of Disaster Response Amid 6th Major Power Outage of Summer
  288. #POSTCAST 09/04/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  289. Long Beach Water Department Fiscally Strong, Outgoing General Manager Kevin Wattier Reports
  290. Plans Unveiled For City Place Makeover, Including New Major Tenant
  291. Long Beach Fire Department Ordered to End Controversial Rapid Medic Deployment Program
  292. Long Beach City Council Takes Wait and See Approach as Medical Cannabis Weighed at State Level
  293. #POSTCAST 08/28/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  294. Hazing and Preventative Steps Stressed at Urban Coyote Workshop
  295. Long Beach's New Chittick Field Scoreboard Dedication Set for Saturday
  296. Long Beach's Congressman Alan Lowenthal Pledges Support for Iranian Nuclear Deal
  297. Updated Civic Center Designs Reviewed By Planning Commission Show Few Changes From Original Unveiled Last Year
  298. #POSTCAST 08/21/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  299. Updated Plans for Lincoln Park Revealed During Long Beach Parks and Recreation Commission Study Session
  300. Healthy Vending Machine Policy Adopted, Awaits Measures On Trans-Fat, Saturated Fats
  301. City of Long Beach's Disaster Protocols and Future Improvements To Be Examined For September Public Briefing
  302. Los Angeles River Link Plan Update Given Unanimous Support By Long Beach City Council
  303. Long Beach City Council To Consider Using Budget Surplus, Reserves to Fund Courthouse Demolition
  304. Orange County Chef Expands Program to Long Beach to Feed the City's Hungry Children
  305. #POSTCAST 08/14/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  306. Cal State Long Beach Student Radio Station Ranked Among Nation's Best
  307. Study To Explore Raising The Minimum Wage in Long Beach Receives Unanimous Support
  308. Coyote Mitigation Plan Shelved While Animal Care Services Bulks Up Current Policies
  309. Medical Cannabis Task Force Finalizes Recommendations After Lengthy Process
  310. #POSTCAST 08/07/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  311. Local Artists Will Attempt to Set Guinness World Record for Largest Glow in the Dark Painting at Dance + Run 5K
  312. In Long Beach City Council's Initial Budget Meeting, Few Questions Raised In Advance Of Community Discussions
  313. Southern California Edison to Tether Downtown Long Beach Manhole Covers in Response to Recent Underground Explosions
  314. #POSTCAST 07/31/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  315. Expansive New Facility Aims To Give LBCC Culinary Arts Students Real World Kitchen Experience
  316. Port Truckers Testify Before Tidelands and Harbor Committee Over Misclassification, Wage Theft
  317. Mayor Robert Garcia Presents Budget Aimed at Fiscal Responsibility, Maintaining Core Programs in Long Beach
  318. #POSTCAST 07/24/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  319. Jackrabbit Boxing Academy: Fighting for Success
  320. Action on Medical Cannabis Pushed to September as Long Beach City Council Awaits Task Force Recommendations
  321. SCE President Offers Apologies, Expedited Claims and Bill Credits to Long Beach Residents Affected by Power Outage
  322. Long Beach City Council Approves $250 First Responder Fee For Residents Receiving Medical Aid
  323. City of Long Beach Files Lawsuit Against OCTA, CalTrans Over 405 Improvement Project
  324. #POSTCAST 07/17/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  325. On Anniversary of First Day in Office, Mayor Robert Garcia Reflects on Progress
  326. Worthington Ford Sign Deal Extension Postponed For Public Hearing on Tax Sharing
  327. City of Long Beach Set to Approve Resolution to Commemorate Anniversary of Women's Suffrage
  328. Software Company That Simplifies Business Openings Starts Contract With City of Long Beach
  329. #POSTCAST 07/10/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  330. Admission Path More Clearly Defined for Transfer Students by New UC Program
  331. Conditional Use Permit Exemptions Curtailed As City Closes Gaps in Granting Alcohol Licenses
  332. City Moves Forward With Feasibility Study for Airport Customs Facility After Months of Delays
  333. Residents Speak Out as City Prepares to Explore Feasibility of a Federal Customs Facility at Long Beach Airport
  334. #POSTCAST 07/03/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  335. Fate of New City Public School To Be Decided by State Board of Education Vote Next Week
  336. Long Beach Exceeds June Conservation Mark; May Lose Lawn-To-Garden Program
  337. District Attorney Says LBCCD Board Did Not Violate Brown Act, Urges Caution Moving Forward
  338. #POSTCAST 06/26/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  339. Inconsistencies Between Practices, Brown Act Guidelines Highlighted During LBCCD Training
  340. City Officials to Dedicate Jenni Rivera Memorial Park July 2
  341. LBCCD Board to Discuss Possible Exposure to Litigation From Alleged Misuse of Public Funds
  342. #POSTCAST 06/19/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  343. City Orders Additional Street Sweepers that Use Potable Water Amid New Residential Conservation Standards
  344. Amendments to Rent Inspection Program Set for Approval
  345. Parks and Recreation Commission Proposes Organic Filler for Synthetic Turf Projects
  346. #POSTCAST 06/12/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  347. Contract for Shoemaker Bridge Replacement Design Approved by City Council
  348. Council's Unanimous Vote Starts Fund-Finding Process for PATH Program
  349. Long Beach Residents Get Second Opportunity to Address Police Department at Town Hall Meeting
  350. Diversion Program Aimed At Second Chances To Be Discussed By City Council
  351. #POSTCAST 06/05/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  352. College-Bound Jordan High Students Publicly Honored in North Long Beach
  353. Council Vote on Renter's Rights Delayed as Amendments are Added
  354. #POSTCAST 05/29/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  355. Equity, Equality and Engagement Focus of 2015 Long Beach People's State of the City
  356. LBCC Figures Show "Unacceptable" Six-Year Path to Transfer
  357. Long Beach City Council Set to Vote on Renter Protections, Just Not the Ones Tenants Wanted
  358. Advisory Commission Broaches Topic of Allowing Rideshare Programs at Long Beach Airport
  359. Fourth Annual People's State of the City Targets Solutions Through Dialogue
  360. #POSTCAST 05/22/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  361. Study Shows Minimum Wage Workers Need Several Jobs To Afford Housing in Long Beach
  362. Senate Bill That Could Bring Millions in Road Repairs to Long Beach Gets Unanimous Support From City Council
  363. Long Beach City Council Approves Resolution to Promote Meatless Mondays
  364. #POSTCAST 05/15/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  365. Long Beach Yellow Cab Granted Freedoms to Help Level Playing Field With Competitors
  366. #POSTCAST 05/08/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  367. UPDATE: Water Board to Consider Extending 2-Day Per Week Outdoor Water Use Restriction on Monday
  368. Fourth District Councilman-Elect Daryl Supernaw Sworn Into Office
  369. Long Beach City Council Unanimous in Support of Carson's Pursuit of NFL Stadium
  370. #POSTCAST 05/01/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  371. Airport Revenue Continues to Decline as JetBlue Summer Flight Cuts Approach
  372. Where to Watch the Mayweather-Pacquiao Fight in Long Beach
  373. Mayor Robert Garcia Announces Pledge to End Veteran Homelessness By Year's End
  374. Elder Abuse, Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against Defunct Breakers Care Facility
  375. Long Beach City College Announces Plans to Expand Staff, Faculty Positions
  376. Councilwoman Lena Gonzalez to Host Scramble-Crosswalk Demonstration Tuesday
  377. #POSTCAST 04/24/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  378. New Statistics Shows City's Homeless Population Still Declining
  379. Actors Hope to Use Art as a Deterrent From Gang Life
  380. Masked Suspect Robs Fundraiser Benefitting Bluff Park Fire Victims at Gunpoint
  381. City to Explore How It Will Meet New Water Conservation Demands
  382. City Council Recognizes Anniversaries of Both Armenian, Cambodian Genocides
  383. #POSTCAST 04/17/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  384. LA District Attorney's Office Reviewing Allegations of Brown Act Violations by LBCCD Board of Trustees
  385. Daryl Supernaw Takes 4th District Council Seat in Special Election
  386. JetBlue Enters Agreement to Become Title Sponsor of the Long Beach Marathon
  387. Chico Victory Would Mean Women-Majority City Council for Second Time in Ten Years
  388. Future of Renters' Rights Subject of Disagreement Between City, Advocacy Group
  389. #POSTCAST 04/10/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  390. City Council Approves Five-Year Project Labor Agreement Aimed at Hiring Local, Building Careers
  391. #POSTCAST 04/03/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  392. Seniors Searching for New Homes As New Lessee Takes Over Breakers Building
  393. Southern California Edison Offering Free Efficiency Upgrades for Multifamily Residences to Curb Waste
  394. Governor Brown Issues First-Ever Mandatory Water Reductions as State Nears Fifth Year of Record Drought
  395. #POSTCAST 03/27/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  396. Leaded Aviation Fuel Exposes Neighborhoods Near Airport To Risk, While FAA Says Alternative Could Still Be Years Away
  397. Report Shows Long Beach Streets in Disrepair, Requiring Hundreds of Millions in Improvements
  398. Amendment to City Municipal Code Opens Doors to Craft Brewing in Long Beach
  399. Long Beach Airport Revenue Declining as JetBlue Cuts Daily Flights
  400. #POSTCAST 03/20/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  401. City Council Approves $16M in Additional Funds For Alamitos Bay Marina Rebuild
  402. City Council Imposes Four-Month Moratorium on Issuing New Conditional Use Permit Exemptions for Alcohol Sales
  403. Beachwood BBQ and Brewing Announces Expansion of Brewing Operations
  404. #POSTCAST 03/13/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  405. The Red Leprechaun: New-Celtic Cuisine, Craft Beer and a Family Atmosphere
  406. LBCC Board of Trustees Extends Oakley's Contract Weeks After He Threatened to Leave
  407. Red Bull Paper Wings Contest Flies into CSULB March 10
  408. Virgin Galactic Holding Job Fair at New Long Beach Facility Saturday, March 7
  409. #POSTCAST 03/06/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  410. Plenary/Edgemoor Outreach Meeting Focuses on New Civic Center's Effect on Long Beach's Homeless
  411. PayScale's Annual Return On Investment Report Ranks CSULB Among Nation's Best
  412. City Council Delays Action on Airport Customs Facility Until 4th District Seat is Filled
  413. #POSTCAST 02/27/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  414. Vision To Learn Launches Long Beach Program to Give Free Glasses to Students
  415. Chico's Endorsement from Fire Fighters Union Leaves Supernaw Asking Questions
  416. 4th District Council Candidates Answer Questions, Discuss Policy at Public Forum
  417. #POSTCAST 02/20/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  418. Long Beach State to Honor Jerry Tarkanian Thursday During Game Against UC Davis
  419. Candidates for Open 4th District City Council Seat To Participate in Public Forum Next Week
  420. No Change of Plans for Airport Noise Ordinance After Special Study Session
  421. City Council to Discuss Airport Noise Ordinance in Special Study Session
  422. #POSTCAST 02/13/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  423. Virgin Galactic to Open LauncherOne Rocket Plant at Long Beach's Douglas Park
  424. City Council Votes to Form Task Force to Help Direct Decision on Medical Marijuana
  425. Superintendent-President Eloy Oakley Delivers Cautiously Hopeful LBCC State of the College
  426. #POSTCAST 02/06/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  427. We Are The Next: Saving the Past By Focusing on the Future
  428. City Council Votes to Move Forward on Gumbiner Park, Replacing Dangerous Intersection with Green Space
  429. Animal Rights Group Hopes "I, Chicken" Exhibit is Nothing to Balk At
  430. New Online System Makes LBCC Documents More Accessible, Faster
  431. #POSTCAST 01/30/15: This Week in Long Beach News
  432. UPDATE: After Postponement, Southern Pacific Railroad Depot Relocation Rescheduled for February 4
  433. Chico Gains Another Endorsement While Supernaw, Lindemann Remain Quiet
  434. CSU Board of Trustees Passes Optional Fee To Support Continued Student Representation
  435. Looff's Lite-A-Line: A Shrine to Long Beach's Amusement Past
  436. Post-Cast 01/23/14: This Week in Long Beach
  437. Community Group Marches to City Hall, Demands Increased Protection for Renters
  438. City Council Votes to Publish Names of Convicted Johns, Require Some Businesses to Post Human Trafficking Literature
  439. Office Holder Account Limits Increased by City Council After Contentious Debate
  440. Mayor Garcia To Discuss Education, Breakwater Funding at Nation's Capital
  441. UPDATED: 4th District Special Election Filing Period Closed; Chico, Supernaw, Lindemann Qualify
  442. Post-Cast 01/16/14: This Week in Long Beach
  443. Long Beach State Athletic Director Recognized For Fund Raising Amid Swelling Budgets Nationwide
  444. Mayor Robert Garcia's State of the City Address: Long Beach Strong, Getting Stronger
  445. In Final Weeks, Group Clings to Hope of Saving USS Ranger
  446. President Obama Calls for Free Community College, Unveils America’s College Promise Proposal
  447. Post-Cast 01/09/14: This Week in Long Beach
  448. LBPD Faces Questions, Grieving Mothers at Towne Hall Meeting
  449. City Council Could Lift Moratorium On Downtown Entertainment Permits, Finally Define "Nightclub"
  450. City Council Votes to Increase Office Holder Account, Contribution Limits
  451. 5 Local Beers to Get You Through the Holidays
  452. Post-Cast 12/19/14: This Week in Long Beach
  453. LBCC Hosts Signing Day for Three Football Players Transferring to Division One Universities
  454. Temporary Belmont Pool Receives American Public Works Association Project of the Year Award
  455. Gym Hosts Holiday-Themed Workout to Raise Funds for Miller Children's Hospital Cancer Center in Honor of Member's Daughter
  456. Post-Cast 12/12/14: This Week in Long Beach
  457. Cal State University System Receives Record Number of Applications For Sixth Straight Year
  458. City Braces for Storm Making Its Way Down California Coast
  459. 5 Years, 5 Beers: The Factory Gastropub Celebrates Joint Anniversary with Strand Brewing Co.
  460. Interfaith Justice Candlelight Vigil Takes Concerns Over Eric Garner, Michael Brown Killings to City's Front Door
  461. Post-Cast 12/05/14: This Week in Long Beach
  462. Higher Water Allocations from State Doesn't Lessen Need to Conserve, Officials Say
  463. Breather Brings Genre-Bending Psych Rock To Local Venues
  464. Post-Cast 11/21/14: This Week in Long Beach
  465. LBPD Confident in Abilities Should Protests Erupt Locally Following Ferguson Decision
  466. Post-Cast 11/14/14: This Week in Long Beach
  467. High Heel-Wearing Men Walk in Solidarity with Women Against Sexual Violence at CSULB
  468. Team AMVETS Furnishing Veterans With a Sense of Home
  469. Post-Cast 11/07/14: This Week in Long Beach
  470. Post-Cast 10/31/14: This Week in Long Beach
  471. Pop Warner Pulls Plug on North Long Beach Season, Championship Hopes
  472. Long Beach Artist Brings Area Barbershops to Life Through Animation
  473. Post-Cast 10/24/14: This Week in Long Beach
  474. Ride Along: A Night in the Life Of A Long Beach Police Officer
  475. Long Beach Turkey Trot Burns Calories in the Name of Charity
  476. Post-Cast 10/17/14: This Week in Long Beach
  477. New Civic Center Plans Unveiled for First Time at Special Meeting at City Hall
  478. Mayor, Education Leaders Sign Expansion of Long Beach College Promise
  479. Former Jackrabbit Star Hershel Dennis Is Finding Second Life in the Rugby Scrum
  480. Post-Cast 10/10/14: This Week in Long Beach
  481. Erasing the Past, Creating a Future, Part 3: The Doctor
  482. Erasing the Past, Creating a Future, Part 2: The Law
  483. Erasing the Past, Creating a Future, Part 1: The Patient
  484. Cooling Center Hours Extended Citywide For Friday and Saturday
  485. Post-Cast 10/03/14: This Week in Long Beach
  486. Long Beach to Host First-Ever Disaster Preparedness Expo at Heartwell Park
  487. The Maniacally Creative World of CSULB's 24-Hour Animation Contest
  488. Post-Cast 9/26/14: This Week in Long Beach
  489. Post-Cast 9/19/14: This Week in Long Beach
  490. Preliminary Belmont Pool Plans Revealed at Public Forum
  491. City Council Approves Extension of LBPD's Participation in Military Excess Property Program
  492. Post-Cast 9/12/14: This Week in Long Beach
  493. Advocates For a Facial Hair-Friendly Long Beach Host 2nd Annual Beard and Mustache Competition
  494. Getting Back In The Fight: Warrior Soul Fitness Apparel Helps Veterans Returning Home
  495. UPDATE With Video: East Long Beach Man Charged With Sexual Contact With a Child Under 10
  496. Long Beach Playhouse Celebrates 85th Anniversary With Stage Door Canteen Fundraiser
  497. CSULB Announces Two New Peace Corps Masters International Programs
  498. Post-Cast 9/5/14: This Week in Long Beach
  499. City Council Unanimously Approves $858M Budget for Port of Long Beach
  500. Water Usage at 56-Year-Low For Second Month In A Row
  501. Post-Cast 8/29/14: This Week in Long Beach
  502. Post-Cast 8/22/14: This Week in Long Beach
  503. City Council to Decide the Affordability of Park Ranger Program
  504. At Long Last, Chianina Serves Up Its Namesake Beef
  505. A Drop In the Ice Bucket: Good for the Cause, Bad for the Drought
  506. Deep, Talented LBSU Men's Basketball Team Faces Tough 2014/2015 Schedule
  507. Post-Cast 8/15/14: This Week in Long Beach
  508. Fundraisers Planned to Aid Family of Slain Long Beach Man
  509. Lawmakers Send $7.5 Billion Water Bond to Ballot for November Vote
  510. Completed Roberto Clemente Biopic, Filmed in Long Beach, Set for First Public Screening
  511. Post-Cast 8/8/14: This Week in Long Beach
  512. First Case of West Nile Virus Detected in East Long Beach Resident
  513. Waste Management Asking Marathoners to Give Old Shoes New Life
  514. Spikeball National Champions Take Root in Long Beach, Hope to Grow Sport
  515. Water Department Has Never Issued a Citation for Waste of Water, Despite Receiving Nearly 600 Reports in July Alone
  516. Post-Cast 8/1/14: This Week in Long Beach
  517. LBCC Transfer Matt Mengel in Line to Kick Off Season For Bruins
  518. Long Beach Coaching Duo Helping Youth Turn Tennis Skills Into Scholarships
  519. Post-Cast 7/25/14: This Week in Long Beach
  520. Search and Rescue: The People Behind One of Long Beach's Most Obscure Agencies
  521. Mayor Garcia Reveals Budget Recommendations Aimed at Financial Responsibility
  522. OP-ED: Ink Is Only Skin Deep (Unless You're Trying to Get Hired)
  523. Education the Focus of Mayor Garcia's First Policy Address
  524. Post-Cast 7/18/14: This Week in Long Beach
  525. With Subtle Changes To Attire, Long Beach State Athletics Follows School's Rebranding Lead
  526. Former CSULB Star Ennis Signs Contract With Miami Heat
  527. 120 Trees Planted Along Atlantic Avenue in North Long Beach
  528. Post-Cast 7/11/14: This Week in Long Beach News
  529. OP-ED: Canine or Criminal? The Pit Bull Question
  530. Outgoing Mayor Paints Grim Picture of City's Future if Action Is Not Taken Now
  531. LBPD Undercover Surveillance Operation Nabs Bike Thief
  532. 5 British-Style Beers 'Merica Just Does Better
  533. U.S. Falls to Belgium but Lifts Up the City's Soccer Culture and Patriotic Unity
  534. Local Businesses Score Big Sales During World Cup
  535. Breakers' Rooftop Bar Set to Debut Its Latest Renovations
  536. Post-Cast 6/27/14: This Week in Long Beach News
  537. DLBA to Bring World Cup Fervor to Pine Avenue
  538. Donors Help CSULB Offer Masters in Italian Studies Starting This Fall
  539. Healing Through Art: Tattoo Charity to Support Children's Burn Foundation
  540. Movies in the Park Kicks Off 9th Year With Disney's Frozen, 30 Other Screenings Across Long Beach
  541. Post-Cast 6/20/14: This Week in Long Beach News
  542. Officer-Involved Shooting on LBCC Pacific Coast Campus, One Suspect Wounded
  543. Cut and Dry: Stop Wasting Water
  544. Nonprofits' Impact on City Larger Than Expected
  545. Post-Cast 6/13/14: This Week in Long Beach News
  546. Back On My Feet Changing Lives One Mile at a Time
  547. LBUSD, LBCC Among First Time Recipients of Funds From California Career Paths Trust
  548. Concert In The Park(ing Lot) Strikes a Note in Bixby Knolls
  549. Frosty Treats, Long Beach City Streets: Starbucks Gone Mobile
  550. One-On-One With Mayor-Elect Robert Garcia
  551. Post-Cast 6/6/14: This Week in Long Beach
  552. Mercedes-Benz USA Breaks Ground on Massive New Facility at Douglas Park
  553. Long Beach Candidates for County, State Seats Have Mixed Results On Election Night
  554. Dirtbags Season Ends in 4-2 Defeat to College of Charleston
  555. Memo Confirms Long Beach Register's Restructuring, Mandatory Staff Furloughs
  556. From The Bay to LA: Long Beach Local Pushing Pedals for a Cure
  557. Healed And Healthy Brown Pelican Set To Be Released Tomorrow
  558. STEM Education Going the Way of the Robot
  559. Post-Cast 5/30/14: This Week in Long Beach
  560. Idea Fest to Infuse Community With Lessons in History and Sustainability
  561. CSULB Professor Earns Prestigious Photography Awards
  562. Dirtbags Post-Season Bound For First Time Since 2008
  563. My Night As a Guinea Pig: Drinking In the Name of Science
  564. City Council Votes Against Acquiring Belmont Shore Home For Parking Lot
  565. Formula E's ePrix Brings Electric New Street Race to Downtown
  566. Post-Cast 5/23/14: This Week in Long Beach
  567. Pancho Sanchez Joins Lineup of Third Annual Latin Jazz Fest in North Long Beach
  568. Post-Cast 5/12/14: This Week in Long Beach
  569. Wilson Baseball Star to Play at Wrigley Field in Under Armour All-America Game
  570. One Former LBUSD Player Drafted Into NFL, Three Others Sign Free Agent Contracts
  571. Family of Man Killed by Long Beach Police Files $10M Claim Against City
  572. Suspect in Custody After Attempted Arson at Gas Station
  573. Brush Fire Forces Street Closures and Evacuations at PCH and 2nd
  574. After 17-Year Hiatus, CSULB Journalism Program Regains Prestigious Accreditation
  575. Post-Cast 5/9/14: This Week in Long Beach
  576. City Appoints Kandice Taylor-Sherwood New Director of Civil Service
  577. Three LBUSD Football Players Part of 2014 NFL Draft Pool
  578. Dr. Pave Heals the Streets of Long Beach One Pothole at a Time
  579. The Tour de Margarita: 5 Places to Get Boozy Drinks for Cinco de Mayo
  580. Post-Cast 5/2/14: This Week in Long Beach
  581. Cinco de Mayo: A History Obscured by Beers and Burritos
  582. Post-Cast 4/25/14: This Week in Long Beach
  583. Lowell and Mark Twain Elementary Schools Earn National Green Ribbon Award
  584. Cal Tech Selects Long Beach for Earthquake Early Warning System Testing
  585. Second-Seeded Long Beach State Rugby Advances to Sweet 16
  586. Westerly Students Help Underprivileged Preschoolers Explore Dream Jobs
  587. Long Beach Rapper Christ Bearer In Stable Condition After Suicide Attempt
  588. Religious Leaders Meet In Long Beach To Sign World Peace Treaty
  589. Long Beach Jewish Life Magazine Shines Light On Local Religious Community
  590. Long Beach Breast Cancer Activist Name to Orange County's Susan G. Komen Board
  591. Two Long Beach Unified Students Injured In Fatal Northern California Bus Crash
  592. 7 Long Beach High Schools Ranked Among Nation's Best by Washington Post
  593. Three Honored at 2014 Long Beach Motorsports Walk of Fame Induction
  594. Milana's New York Pizzeria: Little Pizza Place, Big Apple Attitude
  595. Nine Leadership Long Beach Alumni Take Aim on Election Day
  596. Incoming LBSU Basketball Recruits Have Winning History
  597. Federal Underground's New Local Band Series Kicks Off This Week
  598. Mother Charged With Murder In 2013 Infant Methadone Death
  599. City Breaks Ground On 'Tot Lot' at Loma Vista Park
  600. Freedom Writers Scholarship Gives Back to At-Risk Students
  601. Kellie Sherrill Elected Vice President Executives Association of Long Beach
  602. Downtown's Renaissance Hotel Renovation Nearing Completion
  603. Book Chronicles Long Beach's Historic Baseball Past
  604. From Trash to Treasure, HelloFootface Up-cycles Empty Bottles to Full-Fledged Art
  605. Long Beach Man and His Mother Indicted for Sex Trafficking of 15 Year-Old Girl
  606. CAMBA Business Expo Looks to Invigorate Cambodian Businesses Both Home and Abroad
  607. Long Beach Becomes First City to Permanently Fly Blue Star and Gold Star Military Flags
  608. Charter's Move to Digital Could Affect Some Subscribers
  609. Displaced By Chuck E. Cheese's Construction, City Place Restaurants Play Waiting Game
  610. Resurrected CSULB Sailing Team Takes Gold at Pan-Pacific University Sailing Championship
  611. First Fundraising Filings Show Dunn Leads Mayoral Race in Contributions
  612. Derby Gal Rolls Relocated Skate Shop into Thriving Bixby Knolls District
  613. Facing Mounting Debt, Long Beach Vegan Eatery to Close This Week
  614. West Anaheim St. Improvement Project Set to Begin In September
  615. Former City Councilmember Jeff Kellogg Elected New President of LBCCD Board of Trustees
  616. New Tips Reinvigorate 2009 Homicide Investigation of Elderly Cambodian Woman
  617. LBPD Officer Wounds Man Waving Replica Gun
  618. LBPD Now Accepting Applications for Future Cadets
  619. Five Companies Honored By Port For Reducing Emissions
  620. California State Licensing Board Nabs 15 Unlicensed Contractors in Long Beach "Blitz" Operation
  621. 'Shop Small Saturday' Hopes to Infuse Money into Local Businesses
  622. More Long Beach Homeless off the Streets, Especially Veterans
  623. Applications for Goldman Sachs' '10,000 Small Businesses' Program Now Being Accepted
  624. New Device Will Help Rescue Divers See in Dark Waters
  625. UPDATED: Metro Board Approves Transit Mall Station Name Change to Downtown Long Beach Station
  626. LBSU's James Ennis to Suit Up for World Champion Miami Heat
  627. LBPD Investigating Third In-Custody Death This Year
  628. Since January, LBPD Checkpoints Net 23 DUI Arrests, 70 Citations
  629. Immortalizing Bixby Knolls, Other Neighborhoods Through Digital Photography
  630. David Dowell to Take Post as Interim Provost at CSULB
  631. 28 Long Beach Marijuana Dispensaries Targeted in Federal Crack Down
  632. Hip Children's Boutique Breathes Retail Life Into North Pine
  633. Arrest Made in 1974 Cold Case; Victim's Identity Still Unknown
  634. Gun Buyback Aims to Take Weapons Off Streets
  635. Presto Magic Shop's Closing Is a Final Disappearing Act
  636. Program Featuring 100 Days of Outdoor Arts and Entertainment Begins
  637. Construction On Del Amo Boulevard to Cause Closures and Detours
  638. Long Beach's Thriving E-Cigarette Businesses Turn Smokers Into Vapers
  639. Jewelry Store Robbed By Pepper Spray-Wielding Thieves
  640. LBCC Awarded Grant to Further Help Linked Learning Academy High School Students
  641. Two Suspects Arrested in Murder of Long Beach Resident Found in Burned SUV
  642. LBCC Students Stage May Day March Against Trade Program Cuts
  643. Two Weekend Discussions to Focus on Curbing Violence in the Community
  644. Green Prix Combines Sustainability Classes, Fresh Food and Eco-Friendly Art On Historic Old Pine
  645. Replica Indycar Brings Grand Prix Spirit to Long Beach Airport's Palm Court
  646. Celebrating Architecture and Light, Monumental Luminarium Lands On Walter Pyramid Lawn
  647. Kari Barba Celebrates 30 Years of Outer Limits Tattoo at Her Historic Downtown Shop
  648. Sequestration Threatens Long Beach Early and Special Education
  649. Local Marketing Company With Big-Name Clients Wins Coveted Effie Award
  650. Hockey Team Connects Players From Across Long Beach High Schools
  651. Jeweler Makes Extreme Bling For Extreme Sports Stars
  652. North Long Beach Theatre Arts Program Presents Holiday Performance
  653. Student-Run Wizard Of Oz More Than A High School Musical
  654. Vigilante Beekeepers Seek Space For Homeless Pollinators
  655. Top 5 Pumpkin Beers For Halloween (Plus, Where To Find Them In Long Beach!)
  656. New Studio Puts Public Access Television Back On Air In Long Beach
  657. Long Beach Skate Premieres Bones Brigade Documentary At Art Theatre
  658. Cambodian Non-Profit Honors Teen Sibling Volunteers
  659. Driving Toward Dharma: Buddhism Doc Seeks Heartwood In Long Beach