Big Rig Spills Produce On Connector From EB 91 To NB 710 FreewayA freeway transition road in north Long Beach will be closed through at least 10:30 a.m. Friday after a big rig overturned, spilling its load of produce.
Search On For Violent Suspect After Long Beach Courthouse EscapeA man accused of trying to gouge out someone's eye escaped from a Long Beach courthouse holding area Wednesday. He's still on the loose.
Queen Mary Ready For Royal RefitThe 80-year-old ocean liner and Long Beach icon is ready for upgrades, but designers intend to keep improvements in line with the ship's historic character.
Long Beach Woman's Unique Way Of Announcing Her New Love To World Goes Viral"I've had people tell me how hilarious it was. It really made their day," she says
Police Need Help Finding Shooter Who Killed Mother, Daughter In Long BeachPolice said the victims were shot at near point-blank range.
4-Year-Old Girl, Mother Killed In Long Beach ShootingA 4-year-old girl and her mother were killed in a shooting in Long Beach Saturday night, authorities said.
Long Beach Police Capture Man After 5 1/2-Hour StandoffLong Beach police have captured a man they say hit an officer in the face with a gun and then fled to a home, prompting a 5 ½-hour standoff.
Win a VIP Experience to the Long Beach Jazz FestivalThis contest ended 8/7/16. Prizes are currently being awarded. Contest Rules will remain on the website until 9/7/16.
Long Beach Coast Could Stay Closed Through Saturday After Sewage SpillLong Beach’s coasts could be closed until at least Saturday after a 2.4 million-gallon sewage spill near downtown Los Angeles, even after Seal Beach reopened its coastline to swimmers and surfers Thursday.
Seal Beach Coastline Reopened, But Beaches In Long Beach Remain Closed After Sewage SpillA stretch of coastline in Seal Beach was reopened Thursday to swimmers and surfers following a roughly three-day closure due to a sewage spill near downtown Los Angeles, but all coastal beaches in Long Beach remained closed.
Long Beach Water Sample Tests Clean After Sewage Spill, Official Says; 2nd Test Needed Before Reopening BeachesA Long Beach official said Wednesday morning the first test of the city's ocean water following a sewage spill has come back clean.
Massive Sewage Spill That Prompted Beach Closures From Long Beach To Seal Beach ContainedA ruptured pipe sent 2.4 million gallons of sewage into the ocean.

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