The proposal includes the creation of up to 400 acres of new land, which would be used to stage, store and construct the world’s largest floating offshore wind turbines.
Beachwood Brewing announced this week that it will temporarily close its kitchen effective Feb. 1.
While the Port of Los Angeles retained its title as the busiest U.S. container port for the 23rd consecutive year in 2022, Long Beach lost its second-place rank, which it held for over two decades.
The mission marks the Long Beach-based company’s 33rd launch, with 155 satellites successfully delivered to orbit.
Rather than using a driver’s license or passport, travelers can confirm their identities using scans of their eyes or fingerprints.
When the airline canceled 44% of flights out of Long Beach over a 10-day period last month, it cost the facility an estimated $500,000. The strike authorization vote is scheduled for May 1.
The initiative will use $25 million from private equity firm Sunstone Management to foster startups in health care, aerospace, goods movement, tourism and education.
For the first time since at least January 2020, the city has the same rate as the county, which until now has maintained a lower rate.
The funding will help bring nearly 200 affordable units to Downtown and South Wrigley that will almost exclusively be reserved for people experiencing or at risk of homelessness.
Daily service to the Show-Me State begins March 9 and will coincide with the completion of a new $1.5 billion terminal at Kansas City International Airport.