“We just kept thinking, we have to keep doing things in his name,” said Haley Steinhauser, Cooper’s mother. “This felt like the right way to do that.”
The proposed changes, which are still years away, include seven new academic buildings, three new sports facilities, two new parking structures, and dozens of other renovations and upgrades.
Police said they responded around 8:02 p.m. to the 500 block of Daisy Avenue where they found the man suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.
Walter Lee Taylor was last seen at 4 p.m. Friday in the 200 block of North Mayo Street, the Sheriff’s Information Bureau said.
Located at 160 The Promenade North, the former site of Foundation Sandwich Shop, Poke Pub offers an array of fresh poke and barbecue options, along with Hawaiian beers to wash it all down.
A 95-year-old woman is asking a judge to find she is not obligated to make a $25 million donation to music education at CSULB, alleging she was coerced into signing such an agreement.
Last month, officials removed almost 40 cats from a hoarding situation at a small apartment, threatening to overwhelm the shelter, but Long Beach’s animal community came to the rescue.
Shop Small Saturday is an annual event to promote local shops and restaurants. Here are some events happening in Long Beach this weekend.
For three and a half years, there were no roads leading to the J.H. Davies Bridge. Mocking headlines ensued: including “Million-Dollar Seagull Roost Gathers Guano.”
Newly acquired state data shows that the Corrections Department transferred patients with serious mental illnesses an average of five times over a six-year period, underscoring a CalMatters’ investigation this year that revealed the practice and raised questions about the harm it could cause.