A man in 50s died after a boat capsized.
A Long Beach police officer who accidentally shot a man whose arms were raised in surrender following a concert at the Queen Mary last February will not be charged, according to a report released Thursday by the Los Angeles County District Attorney.
We sat down with Long Beach Unified Superintendent Chris Steinhauser, 60, who was appointed in 2002. He is the longest-serving big-city school superintendent in the state and one of the longest serving in the nation.
As the district prepares for a new school year, there are some twinges of uncertainty over who will lead when Chris Steinhauser, entering his 18th year as superintendent, finally decides to call it quits. The imminent retirement of two board members, Williams and Jon Meyer, adds to that feeling.
He was subsequently released as police say they had no evidence of a crime.
The 210-unit dorm should be completed by 2021 and will largely replace older student housing on campus, particularly at Hillside College.
New exhibit, “Water Changes Everything” shows how water has determined the history of the city.
While campus officials had long planned to repurpose the old building, it’s a sad end for a structure that figured prominently in the campus’ early days. And preservationists are not happy.
The $102 million courtyard-style Parkside North Housing, planned for the intersection of Earl Warren Drive and Atherton Street, will break ground in July.