Police say an online advertisement featuring a sexually exploited minor tipped them off to the crime back in 2018.
Years in the making, the Long Beach Climate Action and Adaptation Plan is a nearly 900-page document that lays out a path for the city to meet the state’s emissions benchmarks, which were first laid out in 2016 with Senate Bill 32.
Officials are warning customers that they could face an increase in phone scams starting this month as the company ends its moratorium on disconnections for nonpayment.
Streets will be closed to cars and any motorized vehicles near Cal State Long Beach on Saturday, Sept. 17 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. to allow the public to walk, bike and socialize safely.
During the Flex Alert, consumers are asked to set their thermostats to 78 degrees or higher, if health permits, and take other voluntary measures, including avoiding the use of major appliances and unnecessary lights.
Lorrene Lake, 58, has been charged with making criminal threats against her neighbors along with a hate crime allegation.
Three candidates are seeking office to the Water Replenishment District, and five are seeking to serve on the LBCC Board of Directors. The election is Nov. 8.
Four state, federal and nonprofit agencies began investigating Memorial earlier this year, when one patient died after being given the wrong medication and another died after a fall in the hospital.
The burglar loaded a truck with tools from Leisure World’s maintenance yard before driving off, according to Seal Beach police.
After Gabriel Garate was killed crossing the street with his father, Long Beach will put up new signs, trim foliage and install a new style of crosswalk.