Two boats glanced off each other at high speed, sending one craft flipping multiple times, a race organizer said.
Police said they arrested a man on suspicion of driving under the influence after a road-rage crash that killed a woman who was about eight months pregnant.
City officials say they’re upgrading cameras in Martin Luther King Jr. Park after they failed to capture whoever painted Nazi symbols there last month.
The defense argues the FBI entrapped him in the plot—fanning the flames of his anger and providing the fake explosives to plant in Long Beach.
The delta variant “is now everywhere,” including in Long Beach. It sent case rates soaring, but—so far—hospitalizations haven’t spiked nearly as much.
Some members of Long Beach’s Technology and Innovation Commission said they think the city should ban police from using facial recognition.
The victim was in his yard when he overheard an argument coming from the nearby alley followed by what he presumed to be gunfire, police said.
Some city departments lagged significantly in vaccinations, with only 56% of police employees, 66% of fire department employees and 62% of public works employees reporting they were fully inoculated.
Facial recognition technology has become a hot-button issue in Long Beach. Some city commissioners are arguing the LBPD should stop using it.
Two women working at a nearby insurance business said it was frightening for the violence to happen so close by in the middle of the day.