Police shoot stabbing, assault suspect after reports of multiple attacks near 2nd Street in Belmont Shore
As of about 4 p.m. Tuesday, police had confirmed one stabbing but haven’t ruled out the possibility of more stabbing victims. Police are still investigating a motive for the attacks, but they say the incidents appear to be random.
Perfection on the Peninsula’s Bayside, listed at $7M
The entire top floor is given over to a palatial primary suite with a cavernous walk-in closet, a fireplace, two separate seating areas and a private balcony.
Firefighters’ mental health is at risk. A California bill could help.
A state Senate bill that would expand workers’ compensation coverage for California first responders experiencing post traumatic stress has cleared its first legislative hurdle and been sent to the Assembly.
California unlikely to run short of electricity this summer thanks to storms, new power sources
Heat waves in recent years have seen the state’s power grid pushed to the brink, but officials say that’s unlikely to happen again this year.
10 cited for license violations during DUI checkpoint, police say
Police say they screened 276 drivers out 1,017 drivers that passed through the checkpoint, citing 10 for operating a vehicle without a license or driving with a suspended license.
California orders Los Angeles County to close ‘unsuitable’ youth prisons within 60 days
The young people will be moved within two months from Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall in Sylmar and Central Juvenile Hall in Boyle Heights to the currently shuttered Los Padrinos…
Newsom faces tough question: Who would replace Feinstein?
Should a vacancy occur, a range of names, from obscure to famous — including Oprah Winfrey — have been floated in California circles as possible replacements.
California Democrats sideline Gavin Newsom’s plan to build big things faster
Democratic legislators this week shot down the governor’s ambitious attempt to reform state environmental law and make it easier to build big infrastructure projects in California.
Unarmed civilians could respond to some LBPD calls by mid-June, department says
The Long Beach Police Department said Thursday it’s hired its first class of community service assistants.
Boy, 16, wounded in shooting near El Pollo Loco in Wrigley, police say
The shooting occurred just before 3 p.m. in the area of Long Beach Boulevard and Vernon Street. Officers appeared to be focusing their investigation on the parking lot of an…
Rescues and shelters that help save animals in Long Beach
If you’re ready to add a furry buddy to your household, please don’t shop online but instead choose one of these organizations.