2 container terminals at Port of Long Beach closed Monday, at least 1 to be closed Tuesday
Neither the Total Terminal International on Pier T, the largest container terminal in Long Beach, nor Pacific Container Terminal on Pier J are moving containers, but it is not clear whether the closures are linked to ongoing labor disputes.
Long Beach could soon join 2 new park districts. How will they work?
Long Beach is in the process of becoming a member of two new park improvement districts that could help raise funds for open space acquisition, development and park maintenance for areas abutting the Los Angeles and San Gabriel rivers.
Tourism workers seek $25 minimum wage before Olympics, World Cup in Los Angeles
Some officials predict the World Cup and the Olympics will bring rare economic opportunities to the nation’s second-largest city. But union leaders say they don’t expect low-wage workers to share in the profits — not without a push.
Ports of LA, Long Beach see work slowdown as labor negotiations drag on
No official strike has been voted on by union members or approved by leadership, but numerous terminals within the San Pedro Bay port complex experienced labor shortages as part of a wildcat strike.
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Chicken University set to open soon in Bixby Knolls
The fried chicken joint, which made a name for itself at its first location in Fullerton with its menu of both Korean and American spins on the classic dish, will open a second spot in Bixby Knolls this summer.