Cal State University System Will Not Raise Tuition in 2018

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The California State University system announced today that it will not raise tuition in 2018.
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Long Beach Woman Once Caught in a Cycle of Drugs and Jail Reunites with Policeman Credited with Encouraging Her ‘To Do Better’

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It had been nearly a decade since police Lt. Jim Foster had seen Tiffany Hall, who was suffering from substance abuse throughout their many encounters in the streets of Long Beach.
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YouTube’s Most Watched Guru in the World Brings Global Teachings to Long Beach

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Cited as one of India’s 50 most powerful people, internationally acclaimed yogi, mystic and speaker Sadhguru (Jaggi Vasudev) is headed to Long Beach to lead his popular meditation program, Inner Engineering.
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Mayor Announces Homeless Task Force As Part of Everyone Home Long Beach Initiative 

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Everyone Home LB will include a task force of dozens of high-ranking officials from all corners of the city including nonprofits, area hospitals, the chamber of commerce and local schools and universities. Garcia made the announcement today along with...
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Community Input Sought As Long Beach Crafts Short-Term Rental Ordinance

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Short-term rentals (STR), more commonly referred to by the websites they’re secured through like Airbnb, are currently banned in Long Beach but listings on such sites still persist. At a meeting last year city staff acknowledged that it lacked...
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Smokin Grooves Festival to Bring Erykah Badu, Miguel, Jhené Aiko to Long Beach Waterfront

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An R&B-focused festival is headed to Long Beach’s waterfront this June, Goldenvoice announced Wednesday.
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To Reduce Emissions From Port Trucks One Man Proposes Shipping Traffic Out To Sea

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The marine highway system was cast as a money saver in terms of maintenance for the nation’s roads and bridges and as a way to improve air quality by reducing emissions produced by vehicles. By using the nation’s coastlines...
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Certified Election Results Send Three Political Races to June 5 Runoff 

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Three races remain undecided though, with Council Districts Five and Seven facing runoffs and the only contested seat on the Long Beach Unified School District Board of Education also hosting a runoff on the June 5 ballot. 
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Firefighters Knock Down Blaze in Abandoned Signal Hill Building

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Firefighters knocked down a non-injury fire in an abandoned Signal Hill building late Wednesday afternoon, authorities said.
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Help Redesign the 51st Street Greenbelt During an Earth Day Pop Up Party Saturday

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The Earth Day celebration will offer family-friendly activities, including arts and crafts, face painting and more, from 9:30AM to 11:30AM.
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