There are too many animals who run out of time or have died of neglect or outright cruelty, and unless it’s high profile, they’re not often considered by many people, let alone remembered.
Richard Quintana, 31, was extradited to Long Beach on Thursday and booked on suspicion of murder.
An armed man wanted in a series of robberies in Long Beach was fatally wounded in a police shooting at a 7-Eleven, authorities said this morning.
Before he was taken into custody last month, the cook told a coworker about his step-by-step plan to shoot up his workplace, according to the warrant.
The 23rd annual Long Beach Veterans Day Parade is scheduled for Nov. 9.
Even as cargo has increased, the port is making progress in clean air goals, the port director said.
Wide Eyes Open Palms will be expanding its sidewalk dining thanks to a new parklet on the north side of Fourth Street on Cherry Avenue.
This week on the Long Beach 30, we break down all the top stories of the week and talk about the concerns surrounding the new police contract with reporter Jason Ruiz.
Police are getting Neighborly with Ring surveillance footage; there’s blood on the Senate floor!; and the latest on the race for the District 1 council seat.
The contract with the city’s 400 sworn Fire Department employees will be put to a vote of union membership later this month.
The ad is dark and disturbing, and perhaps a bit more so for parents of students at Millikan High School, where the video was filmed on Aug. 10 and 11 during the summer break.
Ramiro Quintero died at a local hospital, according to the coroner’s office and the Long Beach Police Department.