After the release of Census data, the Commission is tentatively expected to hold its first meeting as a complete body by early Jan. 2021, pending the onboarding of the final members and alternates, according to city officials.
Long Beach said it tested 2,500 people for COVID-19 on Friday—shattering the previous record of 1,900 tests in a day. And those landmark numbers arrive as a higher-and-higher percentage of those tests are coming back positive.
The daily total of new COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles County this week will be crucial for the ability of businesses to stay open—in some cases, it could determine whether they shut their doors for good.
Long Beach businesses are feeling another blow from the COVID-19 pandemic, with back-to-back orders within the week, leaving some feeling frustrated and anxious about whether their businesses can survive another shutdown.
Long Beach police met the victim at a local hospital after she was reportedly shot by Cedar Avenue and Anaheim Street.
A man was fatally struck by a vehicle as he crossed the street at an unmarked crosswalk in East Long Beach Saturday evening, according to Long Beach police.
La ciudad espera reducir la violencia armada por 20% hasta el junio de 2023 en solamente el vecindario de Washington.
No one was injured in either of the shootings, police said.
District 1 Councilwoman Mary Zendejas will host her first virtual, community check-in on Monday, Nov. 16, 2020.
The City Council will hear the recommendations of renaming a sports complex after outgoing Councilman Dee Andrews and a dog park after local activist Dr. Myrna “Mickey” Donahoe during the upcoming council meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 17.