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Harbor Area Experiences An Upswing In Shootings

During the last two-weeks the Harbor area has seen several shootings from Long Beach to Torrance. What follows below is an account...

Hauling Green Waste for Compost Is a Legal Gray Area in Long Beach

Say you’re a Long Beach resident who generates more compost-friendly material than you can use. Say you’re also the environmentally-conscious sort and...

Health Department Issues Precautionary Health Advisory for Methane Gas Detected Near 55th Way and Paramount Blvd.

The site contains a portion of a former landfill which has been closed for decades. As the waste in a landfill decays, it may generate landfill gas that contains methane.

POLB Achieves Clean Air Goals

The port is making a significant investment into developing and demonstrating the first-of-its-kind, zero-emissions equipment through the Technology Advancement Program, and other grant-funded projects, to support future wide-scale deployment.

Completion of Iconic New Bridge Celebrated in Long Beach

Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia dedicated California’s first cable-stayed bridge for traffic, a 515-foot-tall, two-tower span that helps facilitate national goods movement and offers a much-improved transportation link for commuters in coastal communities of Los Angeles and Orange counties.

New Long Beach Bridge Scheduled to Open Oct. 5

The new bridge will provide a higher passage for cargo ships, extra traffic lanes for trucks and cars, emergency lanes, greater resiliency in an earthquake and a 100-year minimum lifespan.

Long Beach Announces Funding for Businesses and Nonprofits

The City Manager’s Office is working with Long Beach City Council and other city departments to create programs for the community and businesses.

Murder Investigation And Arrest 10th St. and Cherry Ave.

Long Beach Police Officers responded to a report of shots fired in front of a residence in the area of 10th Street and Cherry Ave.

Lunch is On Us

ILWU Local 94 gives boxed lunches to St. Mary Medical Center workers LONG BEACH — This year would have...

Port Earns Top Prize for Outstanding Communications

Long Beach competed in categories composed of seaports with the largest communications budgets.

New Long Beach Fire Station Site Approved

The city purchased the property for $2.35 million, and the new station will be built there. It is within a few blocks of the previous site used for the station, which is more than 80 years old.

Port of Long Beach, City Partner for Free Drive-In Movies

Twilight Cinema movies come to Long Beach

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Western States Join Forces to Ensure Safety of COVID-19 Vaccine

The Governors of Washington, Oregon and Nevada will identify public health experts to join California’s workgroup to guide the review of any vaccine approved by the FDA

Watchdog Agencies Release Initial Analysis of Skilled Nursing Homes

Skilled nursing homes have been the epicenter of the pandemic in LA County, with about 16,000 infections and 2,500 deaths among patients and staff.

Health Advisory: High Risk of COVID-19 Transmission at Gatherings and Public Celebrations

Additionally, recent contact tracing interviews over the course of 3 weeks showed that 55% of the people who knew of a possible exposure had attended an event or gathering where 2 or more people were sick.

Owner of Restaurant Chain Pleads guilty to Obstructing Investigation

From 2011 through 2014, Guzman paid some employees a flat rate of $320 per week, despite them working 12 hours a day, six days a week. This equals $4.44 per hour, when minimum wage was $8 per hour from 2011 to 2013, and $9 an hour starting in 2014.