As they pleaded for people to avoid gathering for Thanksgiving, health officials said the coronavirus is so widespread locally that one out of every 145 people in Los Angeles County is likely infectious with COVID-19.
County officials are mulling how to implement a modified stay-at-home order they promised was coming soon. Would the new rules apply in Long Beach? Probably.
Los Angeles County reported a record-breaking 6,124 new cases of COVID-19 Monday, a staggering number that will push officials to consider strict new measures meant to control the surging coronavirus, which is spreading faster than ever locally.
Starting Wednesday night, restaurants, bars and other eateries will not be allowed to offer any on-site dining—even outdoors—county officials said today as they try to stem an “alarming” rate of coronavirus restrictions.
State officials this afternoon ordered all nonessential workers to stay home between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. if they live in areas where the coronavirus is widespread.
A newly released report sheds light on the motives of a man who was shot to death by police during a 2018 standoff in Downtown Long Beach where he threatened to blow up the nearby Federal Building.
SWAT officers and detectives raided a home near the Long Beach City College Pacific Coast Campus early this morning.
Police are investigating after a man was shot last night at the Shoreline Marina near Downtown Long Beach.
A Long Beach resident accused of leaving a 31-year-old man to die in a bathtub and then burying the body has settled a wrongful-death lawsuit brought by the deceased man’s family, according to their attorney.
Police said the situation began when the man started breaking out windows in his apartment and then other windows at the complex on Cherry Avenue near Anaheim Street.