#LBVotes Live Blog: 2018 Statewide June Primary and Municipal Elections

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The polls are now closed statewide but Long Beach voters may need to wait a while until they can see the live results pour in online as the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk is experiencing technical difficulties.
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Local News Matters

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Like many of you, we took no joy in reading the report this morning from the LA Business Journal tolling what could, in all likelihood, prove to be the death knell for Long Beach’s oldest newspaper.
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A BIG Thank You

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It’s been one week since we began asking you, our readers, to support the work of the Long Beach Post — and the response has been encouraging. But, if you haven't contributed yet, we still need your help.
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…And Readers Like You

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It costs money to keep a local news organization like this one alive and we can’t rely on advertiser support alone. That’s why we’re asking readers like you to support our independent, fact-based journalism.
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UPDATE: Suspect in Standoff Outside Long Beach City Hall Identified; Airsoft Pistol Recovered at the Scene

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A standoff outside Long Beach City Hall between police and an armed man ended in gunfire Wednesday evening, when the suspect was shot by law enforcement officers.
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Still Local, Even After All These Years

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Eleven years ago today, the Long Beach Post was launched with the message, “If you are reading this post, you are now an active participant in a great new media experiment.”
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EDITORIAL: Tell Congress to Stop the FCC’s Attack on Net Neutrality

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Today, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced its plans to gut protections for one of the fundamental principles of the free and open internet.

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I Found Out My Long-Lost Friend Was Homeless, So We Caught Up

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“I lost contact with him after high school and was pretty shocked to know a friend of mine was living in the streets,” writes Rudy Cardoso-Peraza, a reporter for VoiceWaves. Watch and share this story of these Long Beach...

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Q&A: With Cambodian Elections on the Horizon, Long Beach Immigrant Reflects on Homeland

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Cambodia is set to have its local communal elections on June 4, when voters will elect a prime minister. Cambodian democracy is fairly new, as multi-party elections began in 2002.

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Long Beach (Finally) Gets Its Own Emojis

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What do Kim Kardashian and the Pope have in common? What about the state of Texas and the country of Norway? Or how about the 2016 presidential candidates and the cast of Saturday Night Live?

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