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Is Long Beach Sufficiently Self-Scrutinizing When It Comes to Police Use of Force?

During the last few years, while the City of Long Beach has touted record-setting lows in crime, the Long Beach Police Department has been...

RL NEWS of the Week: June 5, 2014

Pink Released SAN PEDRO — The Pelican, known as Pink, was released June 3, in San Pedro. The International Bird Rescue center repaired the bird’s slashed...

Sheriff Candidates Talk Tough, Talk Progressive:

Sheriff Candidates Talk Tough, Talk Progressive:  Questions Remain By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor This race for sheriff has produced some candidates who are good at...

Garcia Gets on the Path to City Hall

Vice Mayor Robert Garcia is tantalizingly close to becoming the first Latino and openly gay mayor, as well as the youngest in Long Beach...

McDonnell Announces Run for LA County Sheriff

  LONG BEACH —  Long Beach Police Department Chief Jim McDonnell announced, Jan. 13, his intention to run for the Los Angeles County Sheriff in the...

LBPD Releases Preliminary Crime Stats

Long Beach Police Department Chief Jim McDonnell announced preliminary year-end statistics for 2013 during a news conference, Jan. 2, at the LBPD headquarters. “We also...

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Funding For The Arts Proposal

A substantial percentage of the county’s arts organizations are in danger of permanently closing, leaving the long-term health of this sector in doubt and setting back hard-earned progress in making arts opportunities more accessible to disadvantaged communities.

A Look At COVID-19 Case Numbers And Rates Of Infection In Younger Adults Requires Distance Learning At Institutions

Colleges and universities may continue their essential operations, but most academic instruction must continue to be done via distance-learning

Rep. Barragán’s Annual Older Adults Health Fair and Legislative Briefing

Constituents can join by computer or by phone, for a morning of entertainment from local performers, informative presentations, and updates from Congress

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.