This week on the show we’re talking CIF playoffs, defining cheating in sports, running down our favorite postseason road trips and much more.
The deal would draw down the total number of city employees working on expired contracts by 600 as the city seeks deals with the nine remaining groups representing city workers.
This weekend, talk to breaking news reporter Valerie Osier or diversity and immigration reporter Stephanie Rivera at a Long Beach library in Downtown or North Long Beach.
An all-new episode of Suppertime in the LBC with hosts Brian Addison and Sarah Bennett talking all things food in Long Beach.
The public got its first glimpse this week of a draft inclusionary housing ordinance that has been in the works for nearly three years.
Newsom took the unusual step of devoting most of his State of the State speech to just two related issues: affordable housing shortfalls and homelessness.
Police do not think alcohol, drugs or distracted driving were a factor in the crash and the driver had a valid license and proof of insurance.
Councilmembers unanimously passed an emergency ordinance to fix what they considered a flaw in the state’s new housing law, which went into effect in January and allowed tenant evictions from units that landlords said were going to be demolished or substantially remodeled.
The 13-second clip shows an officer on top of a man in the street near the corner of Fourth Street and Atlantic Avenue. A second officer then begins hitting the man’s legs.
A staff report given to the council Tuesday night revealed that “general economic growth,” departmental savings, a rise in the price of oil and sales tax largely contributed to the roughly $8 million in surplus that the council distributed Tuesday night.