Three candidates are seeking office to the Water Replenishment District, and five are seeking to serve on the LBCC Board of Directors. The election is Nov. 8.
The burglar loaded a truck with tools from Leisure World’s maintenance yard before driving off, according to Seal Beach police.
After Gabriel Garate was killed crossing the street with his father, Long Beach will put up new signs, trim foliage and install a new style of crosswalk.
As California and six other western states scramble to reach a deal to cut use of Colorado River water, what will the federal government do?
Starbucks workers at a unionized store in Lakewood have been striking since 4 a.m. this morning, shutting the store down completely over claims of unfair labor practices by the company on a local and nationwide scale.
Recall organizers needed to gather nearly 570,000 valid petition signatures to schedule an election. But county officials found only about 520,000 were valid, well below the threshold, after disqualifying nearly 200,000 signatures turned in.
In a rare move, commissioners voted to revoke a boat owner’s permit to dock at the city facility after almost 20 calls to police or marine safety officials.
The victim told police the attacker stabbed him and then tried to take his necklace Sunday night.
Officials discovered a leak in the 36-mile Upper Feeder pipeline, which delivers water from the Colorado River to Southern California, earlier this year.
Police said the single-car crash happened around 7 p.m. Sunday.
Police say the man was trying to break up a crowd that formed after an altercation along a busy stretch of bars and restaurants near Pine Avenue and Third Street.
“Mr. Dominguez’s family is very concerned for his well-being,” the sheriff’s department said in a statement.
“It’s a program of caring, kindness and compassion, in the sense that young people need those extra support systems in order to stay in school, go to school every day, graduate, and go on to college.”
The home, built in 1949, was originally designed to be constructed around an electric organ.
The Miami-based cruise line also announced that starting Sept. 6, vaccinated passengers sailing on voyages of less than 16 days will no longer have to test before boarding.
A handful of California cities and counties would operate supervised injection sites if Gov. Gavin Newsom signs the legislation. The details of how the centers operate will be largely up to local officials.
There’s a renewed wave of right-wing activists trying to remove books they deem offensive from libraries and schools nationwide, but in Long Beach, there have been just three challenges in the last 15 years.
Over 200 vendors from across Southern California will come together in the Long Beach City College Pacific Coast Campus parking lot this Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.