The shooting was reported at 2:12 a.m. in the 100 block of Pine Avenue, police said.
The legislation will remove a significant hurdle in creating urban housing, and seeks to decrease the need for cars in traffic-dense cities like Long Beach.
Tacos Lionydas, which usually operates on the corner of Clark and Atherton, had their food and supplies thrown away and their taco cart impounded on Wednesday.
An El Segundo-based distillery plans to open a large facility next to Edison Elementary. Neighbors say they feel cut out of the planning process.
Authorities reopened Long Beach Boulevard after it was closed in both directions for nearly four hours this afternoon after authorities responded to reports of a suspicious device.
California is trying to eliminate the black market for stolen catalytic converters by forcing recyclers to keep detailed records and making it illegal to buy from anyone other than licensed dealers.
The new law eliminates parking requirements for new developments located within a half-mile of a major transit stop.
Almost a year and a half after a man’s body was found floating in the Long Beach harbor, police say they’ve connected five people to the slaying.
“It feels sad, and there are times when you feel disappointed,” said owner Erik Vasquez. The restaurant was broken into once again at around 4:37 a.m. on Friday.
Christopher Finley and Jake Stone were on a date when a man attacked them outside a well-known gay bar, killing Finley. Police say they’ve arrested a suspect, but a motive remains unclear.