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JetBlue Says Bye To LGB

JetBlue leaves Long Beach Airport

Governor Closes Additional Indoor Operations

COVID-19 cases now number 5,616 in Long Beach, and 149 people have died from the virus. Ninety-seven residents are hospitalized—an all-time high for the city, and the positivity rate is at 15.1%.

Case of West Nile Virus Reported In Long Beach

LONG BEACH -The first human case of West Nile virus (WNV) this mosquito season was reported in Long Beach the week of...

Long Beach Framework of Reconciliation Listening Session Dates

Long Beach Town Hall sessions allow community members to speak.

LBPD Responds to Former Officer Death Threats Against Shaun King

Earlier that day, King posted an article that included screenshots from a private Facebook group for Californian police officers.

White Ease: Why I’ve Never Been Tempted to Run from Police

My initial reaction to the Rayshard Brooks video was: Why did he run? Goddamnit, he’d still be alive if…. 

Reconciling Racism, Environmental Justice and Climate Change

Climate change is not only an environmental issue. It also has human rights, public health, and social equity dimensions.

LB Details Framework for Reconciliation

The initiative will provide a framework for engaging the public in a reconciliation process, internal process review and local action plan

Long Beach Launches Safe Biz, Physical Distancing Self Certification For Businesses

SafeBiz guides business owners through a checklist of safety measures required by the safer-at-home order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

LB City Council Approves Emergency Rental Assistance Program

The Long Beach CARES Rental Assistance Program approved June 9, will provide up to $1,000 in rental assistance for up to three months

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Millionaires versus Markets: Big Money Battles Prop. 15

The corporate owner of Terranea Resort has spent $250,000 to defeat Proposition 15, while Carson’s largest landowner, the Watson Land Corp., has...

Campaigning in a Different World

Top District 7 vote-getters in school board race look to distinguish themselves in new political environment The District 7...

Fog In the Media

Even the weather girl should know which way the wind blows Sitting, as I do most early mornings, drinking...

Social Media Spreads Fear on Anti-fascism Caravan

For four years, thousands of people descended upon San Pedro to see the latest in advanced military vessels, vehicles and weapons along...