Things went haywire on social media this week. We also have some fact-checking, updates on the Council District 2 and 1 races, and the ONE thing we’d like to take from the old City Hall.
We want to have a conversation with you. Yes you, reading this right now, you. We want to talk to you and see your face and hear your thoughts and answer your questions and hear your ideas. Like back before the internet.
He was sentenced to more than 6 years in prison for locking himself into a room with a woman and sexually assaulting her, authorities said.
Eastbound lanes of Ocean Boulevard near State Route 47 and the Gerald Desmond Bridge will close for about 55 hours beginning Friday, July 12, so crews can repair a water line behind the roadway.
Our phone has been buzzing with anonymous sources this week, most of them well-connected, wanting to dish tidbits about the topic du jour: the District 2 council race in March.
If you missed getting a whiff of Phil when he was finally coaxed open at the beginning of June, you can hurry over to CSULB’s math and science department today to smell Laura.
If the preliminary magnitude is correct, it would be the largest Southern California quake in 20 years.
The Long Beach Post family walked away with three Southern California Journalism awards last night after being presented by the Los Angeles Press Club last night, part of their overall 17 finalist recognitions.
The legislation would rewrite the rules for when a worker is deemed an official employee, upending longstanding employment practices by newspapers, winemakers, private investigators, music schools and other enterprises.