Family members of the man suspected of stabbing six people Friday night in Long Beach before being shot dead by police said they were surprised by the violent attack.
Authorities say a person suspected of stabbing six people in Long Beach has been pronounced dead after a police shooting.
Two apartment buildings in downtown Long Beach are without power tonight, as SoCal Edison crews do emergency repairs to an underground vault.
Arson investigators sought the public’s help on Thursday to locate a man who is responsible for removing an American flag from a home and destroying it.
LONG BEACH (CBSLA.com) — Residents in Long Beach fed up with an increase in murder, mayhem and mischief are taking a new look at crime. Literally. Crime is up in parts of the city, and now […]
Firefighters continued to battle a 250-acre brush fire on Monday near Ojai.
Officers responded to an injury traffic collision on the bridge, which carries four lanes of traffic from the 710 Freeway across the Cerritos Channel to Terminal Island, shortly after 7 a.m.
About 70 Southern California Edison customers in Downtown Long Beach were still without power Saturday morning as the power company scrambles to restore service following an underground vault explosion on Thursday.
More than 200 residents in Long Beach had to endure the day without power on Friday after another underground vault explosion caused an outage.
A power outage is likely always a hassle for those impacted, but after experiencing at least two in a month, some Long Beach residents appear to be losing their patience.
No injuries have been reported.
If “everything is better with bacon” then things are going to be much better this weekend in Long Beach.
Officials announced on Friday that street parking meters in the downtown area of Long Beach will be free to motorists through the weekend.
Researchers Thursday released a study that has shown street conditions in Los Angeles County are amongst the most deteriorated roadways in the nation.
The Long Beach City Council Tuesday night approved a proposal to charge a first-responder fee of $250 for anyone who gets a medical evaluation by the Long Beach Fire Department.