Eddie Gonzalez—who was fired by the LBUSD about a week after shooting Manuela “Mona” Rodriguez in the head Sept. 27 as she sat inside a moving car—was charged Oct. 27 with her killing.
Experts say that a properly functioning leak detection system might have been able to catch that things were amiss before an oil sheen spotted on the surface led to the leak’s discovery.
Police said Akers was in the park in the 800 block of E. Seventh St. at around 7:30 p.m. when an unknown person or people approached him and began shooting.
If the incident extends through March 2022, the cost for response and recovery might cost between $100 million to $220 million, according to county staff report.
The Long Beach City Council voted Tuesday night to create an ordinance that could make it more expensive for landlords to evict tenants for remodels and require a 90-day notice for them to move.
The Earthlodge Center for Transformation uses the earth itself to heal, while Long Beach Food and Beverage works hard to give Black restaurants in Long Beach much-needed exposure.
Howard Wallace Oliver, 74, was convicted Sept. 15 of Medi-Cal fraud, insurance fraud, grand theft, fraudulent claims, conspiracy and tax evasion.
We’re re-launching a fresh holiday light map for 2021. We want to see it filled with the best and brightest holiday displays to see from the car or on a walk.
The really cool thing about small production wine is that it’s more than just a bottle of wine, it’s a summer captured in a bottle. It’s wildfires and rains, heatwaves and droughts, sunny days and foggy nights all trapped in those grapes, trapped in that bottle.
The Alamitos Neighborhood Library reopens today at noon after undergoing an extensive heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) replacement project, city officials announced today.
The Earthlodge Center for Transformation is a non-profit organization founded by Queen Hollins that uses the earth itself to heal.
Authorities learned a 25-year-old woman and the boy were seated in a car in the area when they were approached by the armed suspect or suspects, who fired an unknown number of shots at them.
The $9 million El Dorado Park duck pond renovation was supposed to begin earlier this year but was delayed by several months after the city didn’t receive any bids for the project.