A new survey shows that 58% of Long Beach residents believe the city is heading in the "right direction," but in their own neighborhoods, only 46% rated their communities as heading in the right direction.
Attendees will get to see what it's like to weld through virtual reality machines, play "Red Light, Green Light" using the electrical program's traffic signals and see 3D printing with the Advanced Manufacturing program.
byMike Guardabascio and JJ FiddlerinNews
Happy Pride! We're talking about the viral video of a racist getting punched in Long Beach, rising costs of a theoretical Angel Stadium, and discussing a spike in sexual assault stats in Long Beach with reporter Valerie Osier.
Police said the victim was walking eastbound in a marked crosswalk across Pacific Avenue when a woman driving a silver four-door sedan driving southbound on Pacific Avenue struck him with her car.