The report also found that although Pearce updated 2018 legal forms required of public officials following a Long Beach Post story in May, she did not report all of the income she received—even on the amended forms.
“I’m sick, I’m cranky, and I’m not going to stand here and be yelled at,” said Councilwoman Jeannine Pearce, who at one point left the stage as a small number of people shouted.
Dr. J. Mario Molina, one of the namesakes behind Long Beach’s Molina Healthcare, will be the founding dean of a new medical school being formed at the Keck Graduate Institute in Claremont, officials announced Tuesday.
The Long Beach Oilers are one of five teams that joined the inaugural season of the Southern California Vintage Base Ball League, which uses rules and etiquette from 1886.
The city prosecutor is taking the rare step of filing criminal charges against a carrier that operates at Long Beach Airport, alleging it violated the city’s noise ordinance 16 times in the last 12 months.
A kidnapping suspect who barricaded himself inside an apartment in Bellflower with his 80-year-old mother who authorities said was taken from a care facility in Nevada with the help of a former county sheriff in Nevada was taken into custody this morning.
The Post requested the data in response to claims by opponents of the so-called “road diet” that collisions had spiraled out of control since the controversial changes were made.
There has been much speculation about the future plans of Garcia, 41, who is in his second term as mayor.
Some of those who participated in the search process expressed anger over the outcome of the extensive search.
The press conference at City Hall Monday was spearheaded by Councilwoman Jeannine Pearce, who is up for reelection in March and has taken heat for the controversial project that was completed this spring.