The Backroom gratitude edition has arrived.
Long Beach police arrested one person on suspicion of firearm possession, another on suspicion of drug possession and five more for allegedly driving under the influence.
Closures for City Hall, libraries, street sweeping, parking enforcement and refuse/recycling.
The Scorpion submarine moored next to the Queen Mary is reportedly about to be sold. We didn’t even know the rusted racoon-sanctuary was on the blocks—but we have some theories about its mystery buyer.
Investigators are asking for help finding a man who pointed a gun at a liquor store clerk in Norwalk before taking off and robbing another liquor store in Bellflower, according to authorities.
A total of 500 bikes will be added to the Bike Share network over the next few months, officials said.
The Southland definitely needs the wet weather: Since the beginning of the rain year on Oct. 1, Long Beach has received zero precipitation.
The gathering ahead of the March primary brought out supporters of all stripes—and costumes, dance moves and signs—to support candidates for president.
The highlight of this weekend’s Democrat convention in Long Beach is a forum Saturday evening featuring the party’s presidential contenders.
Also: The opponent best positioned to give the “Son of the Sixth” a headache in March appears to be a Cambodian activist who is highly organized, well-funded and is picking up some hefty endorsements.