U.S. Customs officials announced a seizure of 25,000 fake Viagra pills today at the Los Angeles and Long Beach seaport, along with more than 5,100 pieces of apparel knockoffs.
Cambodian leaders, among others, were critical in supporting the charter amendment in 2018 that established the new Independent Redistricting Commission, which took the task of redrawing boundaries away from the elected City Council.
Antes del anuncio, las personas que deseaban escuchar reuniones públicas tenían que solicitar esos servicios al menos con 24 horas de anticipación.
More than a year after William Meeks’ death, the mystery of what happened in that short span are the subject of a murder case.
California’s process for imposing the death penalty “is now, and always has been, infected by racism,” Gov. Gavin Newsom declared Monday in a brief filed with the state Supreme Court.
Police initially responded to Long Beach Boulevard and Bixby Road for reports of shots fired. There, they found bullet casings, indicating that a shooting happened.
Saint Maria Goretti in East Long Beach was the first Catholic school in Los Angeles County to reopen on Monday for in-class instruction under a waiver approval.
California’s financially battered restaurants filed government claims Monday to recover more than $100 million in fees for liquor and health permits and tourism charges that they say were assessed even though their businesses were shuttered or only partially operating under long-running coronavirus orders.
Sheriff Alex Villanueva and even the staunchest defenders of law enforcement on the board have been in a battle for months about a host of issues ranging from his budget to deputy cliques.
Strong Santa Ana winds were battering boats anchored off of Catalina and driving a fast-moving brush fire in Orange County Monday morning.
Three people walked into a Seal Beach T-Mobile store last week and started yanking display phones off their stands in front of two employees and a customer, authorities said Monday.
County officials said 118 Vote Center locations were opened throughout the county, providing a safe in-person voting experience.
At around 8 a.m. Sunday morning, thick clouds brought a meager .03 inches of rain and drizzle across Long Beach, according to the National Weather Service.