Lucy Hosts Parties Full of Heart

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Anna and Jesse Fisher took their 2-year-old daughter, Lucy, to her pediatrician to get a wart on her foot examined. When they arrived at the office, they were told that her primary physician suddenly left the office and they...
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First-Ever African American Cultural Center May Be Coming to Long Beach

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Over the last four years Long Beach Councilman Al Austin has been hosting Black History Month celebrations every February at the Expo Arts Center.
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Mother’s Market to Celebrate Signal Hill Grand Opening, Pie Bar Opens a Second Location in Glendale

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Although technically in Signal Hill, Long Beach fans of Mother’s Market & Kitchen will be happy to hear the Orange County-based business is expanding into the area.
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New Bill Announced to Fund Academic Research On White Sharks

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Assemblymember Patrick O’Donnell introduced new legislation to fund research on the increasing number of sharks along the California coast earlier this week.
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Ontario Man, 21, Dies in Pre-Dawn Car Crash

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A 21-year-old Ontario man died in a car crash in downtown Long Beach early this morning. The incident happened about 2:35AM near westbound Shoreline Drive, east of the northbound Long Beach (710) Freeway. Authorities discovered a 2016 Hyundai Veloster...
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UPDATE: LBUSD Approves Local Man’s Initiative to Send Low-Income Students to See BLACK PANTHER

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The local artist who joined the #BlackPantherChallenge by starting his own GoFundMe to send low-income, Central Long Beach students to see Marvel’s latest superhero flick has hit a roadblock.
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Gang Member Sentenced to Death for Homeless Encampment Killings

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A gang member was sentenced to death Thursday for the murders of five people at a homeless encampment near a Long Beach freeway in 2008 and the shooting death of a man in the Lancaster area in 2009. The...
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Fifth Annual CANstruction Competition Continues to Raise Food Donations For Hunger Relief Efforts

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Registration for the 5th annual CANstruction competition Food Finders benefit is officially open.
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NEA Grant to Support New Design Project to Build Trust Between Police, Residents

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A $30,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) will support a project aiming to build trust and cooperation between the Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) and Long Beach residents, ArtCenter College of Design announced earlier this...
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Authorities Investigate Suspicious Suitcases Found in Downtown Long Beach

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Two suitcases chained to a bike rack near a parking structure in downtown Long Beach prompted street closures and a response from a bomb squad that ultimately rendered the objects safe Thursday afternoon.
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