First-Ever African American Cultural Center May Be Coming to Long Beach

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Over the last four years Long Beach Councilman Al Austin has been hosting Black History Month celebrations every February at the Expo Arts Center.
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Ontario Man, 21, Dies in Pre-Dawn Car Crash

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A 21-year-old Ontario man died in a car crash in downtown Long Beach early this morning. The incident happened about 2:35AM near westbound Shoreline Drive, east of the northbound Long Beach (710) Freeway. Authorities discovered a 2016 Hyundai Veloster...
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Authorities Investigate Suspicious Suitcases Found in Downtown Long Beach

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Two suitcases chained to a bike rack near a parking structure in downtown Long Beach prompted street closures and a response from a bomb squad that ultimately rendered the objects safe Thursday afternoon.
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UPDATE: CSULB Police Release Photo of Sexual Assault Suspect

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Cal State Long Beach police officials have released a photo of a man suspected of sexually assaulting a male student at an off-campus dorm on Sunday.
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Motorcyclist Killed in Long Beach Crash

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A motorcyclist was killed in a freeway crash in downtown Long Beach Sunday, police said today.
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Long Beach City College’s New Leader Now ‘Stepping on the Gas’ After Hearing Community’s Needs

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Long Beach City College saw a lot of growth in 2017. A record number of students received associate degrees, $1.5 million in scholarship money was awarded, five employees received coach of the year awards and new buildings were completed...
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Brewery Coming to North Long Beach as Part of Uptown Development

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North Long Beach will get its first-ever brewery to be located in a development along the Atlantic corridor expected to break ground this spring.

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HUD Awards Long Beach Homeless Services Providers Over $8 Million

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The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has awarded Long Beach over $8 million to continue providing services and housing for those experiencing homelessness, the city announced today.

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City Prosecutor’s Office Announces Winners of IMPACT Awards

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The Long Beach City Prosecutor’s Office today announced the winners of its annual IMPACT Awards, which recognized individuals or groups who have made a positive impact in the city in the past...

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Labor Advocates Look to Voters to Bring Claudia’s Law to Long Beach

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Labor advocates are working to bring a measure to Long Beach voters by the end of the year that aims to protect hotel workers from harassment and abuse.

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