He was sentenced to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to 167 counts of forgery and 14 counts of grand theft.
Virgin Orbit is developing an air-launch system in which a rocket carried aloft under the wing of a special Boeing 747-400 is released then fires its engine to insert payloads into orbit.
The mosquito sample was the first to test positive for West Nile virus in Los Angeles County so far this year, authorities said.
This March, Long Beach citizens will decide whether to make the Measure A sales tax increase permanent or not. We’re talking about that story with Jason Ruiz and breaking down all the other top stories of the week.
A Long Beach financial advisor who admitted to embezzling almost $1 million deserves to go to prison for victimizing 12 hard-working people, a judge said.
Metro Los Angeles is moving forward with releasing its onslaught of TAP “wearables” that include various wristbands and keychains, allowing transiters to avoid having to pull out their wallets and use a TAP card.
The Palmdale-based plane can carry 30,000 pounds of scientific instruments and equipment and can seat up to 45 experimenters and flight crew.
Timy Jo Griffin, 24, pleaded not guilty to the charges of murder and reckless endangerment of a child on Thursday, according to the Plymouth County District Attorney’s office.
Friends of the Earth—which has garnered 2,460 signatures on the petition so far—is claiming a number of things, including an accusation that the public wasn’t properly notified about the project.
Police said the woman told them she was driving north on Atlantic Avenue in North Long Beach when someone shot at her car.
He also admitted to cheating on his taxes and lying about his contacts and interests in China so he could get a security clearance.
Things went haywire on social media this week. We also have some fact-checking, updates on the Council District 2 and 1 races, and the ONE thing we’d like to take from the old City Hall.