After a historic summer with the city’s first Pride event, San Pedro marked another point in their LGBTQ history with their holiday parade.
SWAT officers and vice detectives swarmed a business in North Long Beach before dawn Tuesday as part of a crackdown on illegal gambling.
California’s attorney general sued the Neptune Society on Monday, claiming the well-known company pocketed $100 million that it should have kept in reserve for those who signed up for its prepaid cremation service plans.
Expanding news coverage of socioeconomic and public policy issues in West Long Beach will be the focus of a new reporting position coming to the Long Beach Post next year, thanks to a Report for America grant announced today.
A two-car crash sent a light pole toppling into the lanes of Pacific Coast Highway Monday afternoon, but it didn’t appear anyone was seriously hurt.
A man suspected in more than 20 recent armed robberies in Los Angeles and Orange counties was in custody today, sheriff’s officials announced.
Police say they’ve arrested the gunman who shot a man sitting with a woman in a car a few blocks south of Long Beach Memorial hospital on Sunday.
A statewide collaboration among newsrooms including the Long Beach Post has won an award for reporting on police misconduct and use of force.
Long Beach received a large dose of rain last week, with rainfall since Oct. 1 totaling 2.86 inches, which is 177% of normal for this time of year.