Family Of Man Shot, Killed By CHP In 2020 Sues City of Long Beach, State Of CaliforniaThe family of a man who was shot and killed by CHP officers in 2020 on the 710 Freeway after he allegedly refused to drop a knife filed a wrongful death lawsuit Wednesday against the city and state.
Double Shooting In Downtown Long Beach Leaves 1 Dead, 1 InjuredThe incident happened near the intersection of Broadway and Pine around 1:20 a.m. Saturday.
Aquarium Of The Pacific To Fully Reopen To The PublicFor the first time in 2021, the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach will fully reopen next week.
Liquor License Suspended At Store That Allegedly Sold 20-Year-Old Alcohol Before Crash Killed Family Of 320-year-old Carlo Navarro struck and killed a family of three shortly after purchasing alcohol from the liquor store on October 31, 2019, police said.
Operator Of Troubled Long Beach Icon Queen Mary Files For BankruptcyThe future of one of Southern California's most recognizable seafaring properties is once again in doubt.
Police: Male Nurse Accused Of Exposing, Rubbing Himself On Wheelchair-Bound Patient In Santa Ana May Have More VictimsA 73-year-old woman who was under Gabriel Arce’s medical care, told police he had exposed and brushed himself against her hand as he was providing medical attention, according to Santa Ana police.
Long Beach's New Bridge Opens To TrafficThe new bridge has two towers rising 205 feet above the water, 50 feet higher than the old bridge, to accommodate mega vessels, and wider than the Gerald Desmond Bridge, which will eventually be demolished.
Sen. Kamala Harris, LA Mayor Garcetti Wish President Trump, First Lady A 'Speedy Recovery'Local elected officials are wishing President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump a fast recovery after they announced they had tested positive for coronavirus.
$1.47 Billion New Bridge, With 100-Year Lifespan, Opens In Long BeachThe six-lane, cable-stayed bridge replaces the Gerald Desmond Bridge and will be a major regional highway connector as well as improve the movement of cargo.
Furloughs Begin Friday For Majority City Employees As Long Beach Grapples With $30 Million Budget ShortfallLong Beach’s employees will be furloughed for 26 days between October 2020 and September 2021, an action expected to save $11 million in the city’s general fund and $30 million in savings for all funds.
Fresno State President Joseph I. Castro First California Native, Mexican American To Lead CSU As ChancellorCSU Chancellor Timothy P. White had announced last October he planned to step down in July 2020, but the coronavirus pandemic delayed those plans and the search for a new chancellor.
911 Integration With Uber App Expanded To Beverly Hills, Burbank, Long Beach, Santa Monica, TorranceThe integration of 911 in the app transmits location and ride information automatically so it shows up on dispatchers’ computer screens, and does not need to be given verbally.
Replacement To Gerald Desmond Bridge In Long Beach Nearly FinishedThe bridge, which connects the 710 Freeway to the shipping yards on Terminal Island, has been under construction since 2013.
California State University Campuses, Long Beach Schools To Keep Distance Learning Into 2021Distance learning will continue into the new year for Cal State University campuses and Long Beach schools.
$650K Worth Of Fake Apple AirPods, Lightning Cables Seized From China Shipment At LA/Long Beach SeaportCustoms officers, working with electronics import specialists, seized 16,620 wireless earphones and charging cables that had violated Apple’s AirPod and Lightning protected trademarks on July 2 and July 15.