We asked readers of the Long Beach Post as well as social media users on Facebook and Instagram, to submit their lists of the Seven Wonders of Long Beach and we received nearly 300 separate lists that included several hundred different features of our town.
Long Beach police said they arrested a man and seized his stash of firearms Friday after he displayed a gun during a road rage incident.
The woman posted about the stranger breaking into her home and pinning her to the ground. Police believe it was an isolated incident.
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia released a video message in Spanish on Twitter on Friday afternoon, calling the raids “unjust and dangerous.”
The suspect, only described as a white man between the ages of 30 and 35, was last seen fleeing on foot, police said.
This year, Live Love Animal Rescue volunteers and Long Beach residents have done a particularly impressive job with Foster the 4th, which is ongoing and will be for the next couple of weeks.
This week on the Long Beach 30, we’re talking about earthquakes and arguing about fireworks with Jason Ruiz.
The first major document released under a new transparency law shows Long Beach police decided officers almost always acted within policy when they shot people over the past five years.
The man was hospitalized after officers found him, and the shooter was at-large, according to authorities.
Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill into law on Tuesday that makes low-income adults age 25 and younger eligible for the state’s Medicaid program regardless of their immigration status.
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.