Long Beach launched a survey this week to get input from residents about its upcoming organic recycling program.
An 18-year-old Las Vegas man was taken into custody this week in connection to a near-fatal assault and carjacking that occurred in West Long Beach in early March, police said.
The Multi-Cultural Advisory Commission was created in 2020 as a way to provide input to the city prosecutor on a number of matters such as implicit bias training, alternative sentencing programs and ways to reduce racial disparity within the criminal justice system.
The voting centers will be open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. until Election Day, when they will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., according to city officials.
A Long Beach man who sued the city, alleging he contracted typhus in 2019 because the local animal control service would not remove homeless kittens possibly carrying fleas near his home, can take his case to trial, a judge has ruled.
Much of “Animal Tales” should take your own mind off troubles and educate you about animals’ effect on the city’s history and its quotidian events.
Judges recognized the Post’s excellence in in-depth reporting, photography, video journalism, writing and more.
Library officials say they don’t have the budget to expand hours “significantly,” so they’re shifting hours at three branches to try to meet the needs of residents who say they want more access.
Springing up in the middle of the peninsula, at the foot of what’s now 62nd Place, was the magnificent (for the time) Alamitos Bay Pavilion, which would stand for a couple of decades as the jewel of the Peninsula and Belmont Shore.
The Board of Water Commissioners is expected to approve the department’s 2023 budget next month, and an early version of the budget shows no increases in water or sewer rates.
Since May 3, at least 14 Muscovy ducks have been found dead at the pond, Long Beach’s Parks, Recreation and Marine Department confirmed Thursday.
Two Long Beach residents—the accused ringleader who founded and operated several Orange County-based companies, Michael McDonagh, along with Ruben Ortiz—were among those arrested.
The Metro Board of Directors voted today to end its efforts to widen the 710 Freeway and to use the $750 million allocated to that project instead for improvements to southeast Los Angeles communities along the freeway.
“The large increase in deaths over the space of only one year is unprecedented in modern times,” Barbara Ferrer, LA County’s director of public health, said in a statement.
Police say the victim was shot in the lower body by another man who was standing outside of his residence. It is not clear what prompted the gunman to shoot.
Police say they’ve arrested the man who jumped out of a car, tackled a high school student and tried to take her jewelry in North Long Beach earlier this month.
In California—despite being home to the nation’s highest gas prices—the state’s nonprofit tourism agency predicts a busy summer for the Golden State, beginning this weekend.
According to the Long Beach Police Department, Edith Nell Birden was last seen around 1 a.m. Wednesday walking in the 3000 block of Adriatic Avenue, which is just south of Silverado Park.