After a decade of business, owners of Kress Market in Downtown Long Beach threw a farewell party on Pine Avenue on Sunday, their last day open.
The Long Beach Police Department reported three separate stabbings and a shooting throughout the city.
Along Cedar Avenue, a line of people formed eager to buy shaved ice, corn on the cob and chopped fruit in a cup.
Two drive-by shootings took place Friday evening in West Long Beach in which a man was injured in one of the shootings, according to the LBPD.
According to Long Beach police, the department has reportedly received 21 calls regarding similar paintball gun battles since May 1.
The closure on May 31 comes after a two-year battle to save KH Market from being demolished as part of a larger redevelopment plan at the Anaheim Street shopping center.
A woman died at a local hospital after being struck by a vehicle in North Long Beach Wednesday night.
Port of Long Beach and city officials officially opened a new bike and pedestrian path Sunday morning, making it the first bike path at the port, officials said.
A panel of lawyers and civic leaders met Saturday for a virtual summit to condemn hate crimes against communities of color and to share resources for victims.
The Department of Toxic Substances Control is collecting public comments from residents until May 28 for a proposed project to remove contaminated soil from a construction site at Jordan High School.