The Long Beach-based attorney is facing disbarment for conspiring to obstruct justice in a murder case against Suge Knight.
The district also said parents who want to keep their students in a half-day program will have the option to pick them up after the state minimum number of instructional minutes.
The new gym adjacent to the Nike Factory Store is expected to open in mid-2023.
Among the noteworthy changes is Stanford Middle School principal Rebecca Caverly taking over at Wilson High, where the principal is retiring. Twelve elementary schools and seven middle schools will also get new principals.
A sweeping unionization drive at Starbucks is changing the way young people look at the labor movement, according to organizers who led stores in Long Beach and Lakewood to join the cause.
That’s almost $2 higher than the average price a year ago.
Although Long Beach Ballet’s productions are performed primarily by students, artistic director David Wilcox has developed them to a professional level.
Quiroz, who police say enjoys visiting local convenience stores, has been reported missing at least six times in the last year.
From behind bars, she masterminded a $2 million fraud scheme involving COVID-19 unemployment money, prosecutors allege.
Police surrounded the Golden Sails Hotel and eventually arrested a man after getting reports that he had a gun and wanted to shoot people, according to the LBPD.
“We’re seeing a mix of fledglings, second-year birds and mature adults, which makes me think it could be a food supply issue rather than a simple influx of starving fledglings,” said Dr. Rebecca Duerr, director of research and veterinary science for Bird Rescue’s Los Angeles Wildlife Center.
Long Beach officials say that merging the water and sewer services with the gas department could create a more efficient service for residents and ratepayers.
“We wanted to give women and our friends a safe place and teach them how to stand up for themselves,” said 16-year-old Dayne Rash Arguello.
The funding comes more than a year after the city approved its recovery plan and received more than $60 million in federal COVID relief aid to address fiscal issues and urgent needs in the community.
Experts and a source within the District Attorney’s office said officials may be wary of prosecuting cases connected to online vigilante groups due to a myriad of legal concerns.
Police identified the two suspects as a 17-year-old from Paramount and a 15-year-old Long Beach resident.
Jimmie Kirkwood, 33, was charged April 5 with one count each of forcible lewd act on a child under 14, assault with intent to commit a sexual assault on a victim under 18, attempted oral copulation or sexual penetration with a child 10 or younger and false imprisonment by violence, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.
Long Beach resident Javier Rodriguez, 47, was taken into custody around 6:50 a.m. in the 2300 block of East 15th Street, police said.