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Stephanie Raygoza Staff Writer It started with a stroll down Pacific Coast Highway 20-plus years ago. Dee Andrews and a young lady were walking toward […]
CJ Dablo Staff Writer If his new bid for a spot on the Los Angeles City Council is successful, Assemblyman Warren Furutani will have just a […]
Athena Mekis Staff Writer Now that Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Laura Laesecke has ruled that Long Beach has the authority to criminally enforce […]
On Saturday, July 16, at approximately 1:50am, officers from the Long Beach Police Department responded to an injury-hit-and-run traffic collision in the 3600 block of […]
On Saturday, July 23, the Long Beach Police Department’s (LBPD) traffic division conducted a checkpoint to screen for impaired and unlicensed drivers at Anaheim Street […]
Crimes reported by the LBPD July 20 – 22 Council Districts 6 (North of PCH) 7 & 8 (East of the L.A. River & North […]
I have been waiting for the proper time and forum in which to tell my bike rider story.
Thank you for running the article about my 56th Len Kennett Junior Golf Championship.
I wanted to send some thoughts to you regarding the ukulele– a friendly four-string instrument “invented” by the Portuguese and made famous by Cliff “Ukulele […]
Congresswoman Laura Richardson released the following statement this week regarding the redistricting of California’s Congressional districts and her intention to seek another term representing the […]
On Tuesday, July 26, at approximately 7am, Signal Hill Police Department detectives served a search warrant after receiving information about marijuana being grown inside a […]
On July 26, at approximately 3pm, units from the Long Beach Fire Department (LBFD) responded to a garage fire on the 1700 block of Rose […]
Long Beach residents are reminded to “take a tote” when shopping at large grocery stores, big-box retailers and large drug stores that sell food and […]
Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1964, Chip Landry began drawing at an early age, inspired by his mother, who was also an artist.