Lifeguards from the Central Coast of California to the beaches of San Diego gathered Friday for the first time since 2014 to hear the latest on sharks from Long Beach’s leading expert on the creature, Chris Lowe, the director...
byMelissa Evans and Tim GrobatyinNews
An attorney for Leticia Vasquez Wilson, one of the candidates in the 33rd District Senate race, sent letters to at least two Long Beach councilmembers warning that anyone making false statements about her "will be immediately sued for defamation."
byCheantay JenseninArts & Culture
Marsha Posner Williams, two-time Emmy, three-time Golden Globe-winning producer of “The Golden Girls”, spoke to the gerontology class dedicated to the 1980’s sitcom she helped usher into existence.
byCity News ServiceinNews
The suit, filed in August 2017 by Sofia Valenzuela and her granddaughter, who is a minor, alleges that Jose Romero was harassed and racially profiled by officers in the Long Beach neighborhood where he lived before his death because...
What was considered to be a momentous occasion meant to unite the two cultures through trade and tourism also raised concerns from some members of the city’s own Cambodian community.
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