Lewis’ public persona and loud voice on issues like social equity and cannabis taxes—he was the only dispensary owner to lobby the city council to raise taxes on the industry—have made him a controversial figure in the local industry and beyond.
Public outdoor gatherings of up to 50 people and indoor live events with limited capacity will be allowed in Long Beach as of midnight Friday, officials announced today.
The Planning Commission on Thursday voted to approve plans for a new cannabis dispensary on Pine Avenue sending it to the City Council for final approval.
Detectives believe the victim and attacker had an argument, which escalated into the stabbing. The suspect fled the scene before officers arrived.
The LBPD released footage from officers’ body-worn cameras that show the deadly shooting of 38-year-old Lauren Archibeque in the early morning hours of April 2.
Long Beach police and fire responded to reports of a collision between a vehicle and an A-Line Metro train near the Anaheim Street Station Friday afternoon. The driver and passenger of the car did not report any injuries.
The disruption of practical training, experts say, could impact the future state of nursing.
The flyers bore a well-known White supremacist slogan known as “the 14 Words,” which proclaims the need to secure a future for “White children.”
Over the next 10 years, California hospitals, including all of the hospitals in Long Beach, will have to make changes to the structure of their buildings to conform to the standards set following the Northridge quake—costly changes.
Up to 1,000 migrant children are expected to arrive in Long Beach over coming weeks and months, a small percentage of the tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors who have come across the U.S.-Mexico border since last summer.