byCity News ServiceinCrime
A gang member was sentenced to death Thursday for the murders of five people at a homeless encampment near a Long Beach freeway in 2008 and the shooting death of a man in the Lancaster area in 2009. The...
A $30,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) will support a project aiming to build trust and cooperation between the Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) and Long Beach residents, ArtCenter College of Design announced earlier this...
Two suitcases chained to a bike rack near a parking structure in downtown Long Beach prompted street closures and a response from a bomb squad that ultimately rendered the objects safe Thursday afternoon.
After years of port truck drivers asking for the Long Beach City Council to take action against alleged wage-theft occurring at the Port of Long Beach it appears that the council is prepared to start the process of finding...
Even before the group publicly announced its intentions to put the issue on the ballot property owners have regularly denounced rent control during public comment periods, but now the clashes have transitioned to face-to-face encounters.
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A new crime incident mapping application was launched last Friday to provide updated crime activity information for the Long Beach community. The Long Beach Police Department collaborated with the Long Beach Technology and Innovation Department to develop this app...
Long Beach Lesbian and Gay Pride (LBLGP) announced recently that co-founder Bob Crow was selected as the 2018 Consolidated Association of Pride (CAPI) Person of the Year in Austin, Texas.