The federal moratorium on tenant evictions meant to keep residents in their homes after losing income due to the pandemic is set to expire Saturday but state, county and local eviction freezes remain in place, protecting California residents from being forced from their residences.
A man was hit by errant gunfire at Drake Park in the Willmore neighborhood early Thursday morning, according to Long Beach police.
In Long Beach, healthcare workers must show proof of vaccination status beginning Aug. 9, or be subject to testing.
Long Beach will be the first U.S. city to receive the new Bird Three e-scooter beginning this week.
The city reported 279 new cases of coronavirus Tuesday, the highest daily update since Feb. 8.
The 65-foot boat crashed into the Long Beach breakwater late last night, according to the Long Beach Fire Department.
Long Beach today announced two new COVID-19 deaths, bringing the total fatalities to 947 since the onset of the pandemic.
An audit released this week shows the city lacked processes and systems to properly manage millions of capital improvements at the Long Beach Airport—a problem that has been found in management of other city projects.
A man being sought police after a shooting and a short pursuit surrendered Thursday afternoon after police surrounded a home in North Long Beach where he was believed to be hiding.
Rocket manufacturer and launch service provider Relativity Space will take over the massive 93-acre property once used by Boeing to build C-17 cargo planes.