Long Beach police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a man who allegedly attacked and groped a female victim at a bus stop earlier this month.
In the two months since Markus Manley died, his friends, family, colleagues and collaborators have struggled to pick up where Long Beach’s most serial motivator left off. And through sadness and strength, those who knew him best are picking up his projects, scouring his notebooks and reaching out to those he inspired to forge a new future for WE Labs, itself a culmination of his life’s work.
The outgoing councilmember in one of Long Beach’s most politically important districts has endorsed Damon Dunn for mayor, Dunn’s campaign announced Wednesday morning.
Record highs that far exceeded forcasted numbers swept the Southland this week, leaving ordinarily ocean-cool Long Beach at the center of the region’s heat wave and contributing to a brush fire that burned 50 acres in the Los Cerritos Wetlands.
North Long Beach residents may have noticed their local liquor stores looking a little brighter and cleaner so far this year as the City’s Alcohol Nuisance Abatement Ordinance began implementation in the program’s initial pilot area.
A Cambodian-born Long Beach community activist with a history of working with disadvantaged youth of color was honored on a national level for her local efforts last week when she was sworn in to the Presidential Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
Every election comes with its share of endorsements, but with such a wide breadth of them rolling in for this year’s intense mayoral race, it has become overwhelming to the average voter. While we have sought to individually cover the most significant endorsements from current titleholders for both businessman Damon Dunn and Vice Mayor Robert Garcia–the two candidates who will be on the ballot June 3–we have compiled here a comprehenive list of endorsements as provided by each candidate.
A West Coast pimp who already served 11 years behind bars for sex trafficking and abuse of two teenge victims was sent back to Federal prison last week for trafficking more victims, whom prosecutors say he met in Long Beach and forced into prostitution within a year of being released.
Local Rep. Alan Lowenthal was one of 12 congressmen honored with a “Gold Mouse” award this week for having one of the best websites in the House.
Using information for 2500 schools culled from the Department of Education’s Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System, a number of other California public schools, including CSULB, made up a bulk of TIME‘s top 10 list, with CSULB coming in at number 10.