byStephanie Rivera and Kelly PuenteinNews
City health officials say some of Long Beach’s most vulnerable community members will be at risk of going without food and shelter if the government shutdown continues.
Alexander Burgos fled gang taxes, threats, extortion and death in Honduras, ending up at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Long Beach where he has been living for more than a year seeking asylum.
The story of Brian Banks, a former Poly High School football star whose plans to play professionally were derailed by a wrongful rape conviction at age 17, will be in theaters next summer.
The planning commission on Thursday will consider a request by Catholic Charities of Los Angeles to convert its homeless shelter in the Washington neighborhood to a 24-hour facility.
A California Highway Patrol officer responding to a traffic collision on the 405 freeway Saturday night that resulted in multiple injuries was struck by another vehicle, authorities said.
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