The Long Beach Fire Department (LBFD) has added a new mental health curriculum for its firefighters, training meant to help them better respond to high-stress emergency situations.
The Long Beach Fire Fighters Association (FFA) reached a tentative deal with the city Tuesday that would provide salary increases and adjustments for skill pay for the city’s roughly 350 sworn employees for the next three years.
It’s been seven years since North Long Beach has had its own paramedic rescue unit, but after Tuesday night’s Long Beach City Council meeting, those days are numbered. The council voted unanimously to restore Rescue 12 as well as...
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