For three and a half years, there were no roads leading to the J.H. Davies Bridge. Mocking headlines ensued: including “Million-Dollar Seagull Roost Gathers Guano.”
Newly acquired state data shows that the Corrections Department transferred patients with serious mental illnesses an average of five times over a six-year period, underscoring a CalMatters’ investigation this year that revealed the practice and raised questions about the harm it could cause.
The man was using a crosswalk at Long Beach Boulevard and 27th Street when a car hit him, according to police, who said it is not clear at this time who had the right of way.
About 2,4000 people participated in the long-running annual race organized by Justin Rudd to benefit his nonprofit Community Action Team.
We partnered with Meals on Wheels of Long Beach to hear what people are thankful for. Chime in with your gratitude as well.
Help wrap gifts for a toy drive, prepare and serve meals to residents in need, feed and care for kittens in a nursery, clean up the coastline, and more.
After his mother’s death from COVID-19, Tito Harper was determined to finish school as he cared for his younger brother. “My mom taught us that what we start we have to finish,” he said. “That’s why we’re still in school and keeping a happy mindset.”
Although the organization began with programs targeted specifically at young women, in 2010, Khmer Girls in Action piloted its first program for young men. Now, it’s open to not only Cambodian youth, but anyone of Southeast Asian descent attending high school in the Long Beach Unified School District.
There’s lots to shop this weekend. But if you’d rather laugh, run or drink a beer, we have that too.
While the congestion has cleared, the ports are still struggling to regain lost market share and facing uncertainty with ongoing labor negotiations for dock and rail workers.