Former Poly High School football star Brian Banks recently returned to the Long Beach theater where he watched movies growing up—this time for a special screening of a film based on his wrongful rape conviction and eventual exoneration.
Affordable housing dominated the conversation at a Downtown forum Thursday night, where six candidates vying to represent the 1st Council District spoke to voters.
The event will take place at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 3 at Roosevelt Elementary School’s auditorium.
The incident happened on Lime Avenue, just north of Pacific Coast Highway.
The film will be widely released Aug. 9.
The special election to fill Lena Gonzalez’s seat is scheduled to take place in November.
It’s a way for police to answer questions about law enforcement activity in Long Beach and any perceived immigration enforcement, the LBPD said.
The “People’s Budget Proposal” was unveiled in front of the Homeland Cultural Center in Cambodia Town Tuesday morning.
Two people—including a woman who was hit unintentionally—were killed in separate shootings last night in Long Beach, police said.
He was found Monday night and has been reunited with his family.