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Community Rallies Against Police Brutality in Turkey

LONG BEACH — Several people stood united, June 9, at the Queen Mary in Long Beach to demand an end to police brutality in Turkey, as well as an end to Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan’s threats to people.

Three people died and thousands were injured during protests in May and Ju

LB City Manager Proposes Use of $56 million

LONG BEACH — Long Beach City Manager Patrick H. West sent out a

Wilmington Waterfront Park Get Recognized as Award Finalist

WILMINGTON — The Port of Los Angeles’ Wilmington Waterfront Park is one of five projects that has been selected as a finalist for the 2013 Urban Land Institute Urban Open Space Award. The Urban Land Institute Urban Open Space Award is a nationwide competition that recognizes examp

Long Beach Infrastructure

If you missed the infrastructure meeting, June 3, you can view speaker presentation by visiting these links: Port of Long Beach Capital Improvement Projects Al Moro, Chief Harbor Engineer

50 Years and Counting

By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Columnist The Rolling Stones are the embodiment of rock ’n’ roll. As the longest running act in the business they define the genre as well as the generation from which they came. In his book, Life, Keith Richards explained his mu

POLA Develops Energy Management Action Plan

SAN PEDRO —  Port of Los Angeles officials announced June 3, the development of its Energy Management Action Plan initiative designed to improve energy efficiency. Included in the plan will be the nation’s largest port energy assessment. The Energy Management Action Plan,

Villaraigosa Announces POLA Lease Agreement

LOS ANGELES – Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced, May 30, the signing of an agreement with Yang Ming, a marine transport company, to extend its lease at the Port of Los Angeles for an additional nine years.
Yang Ming’s current lease at the West Basin Conta

Massage Therapist Assaults Women

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Senate OKs Bill Protecting Minors from Coerced Confessions

SACRAMENTO – In response to research indicating that false confessions by children younger than 18 have led to an increase in wrongful convictions, the California Senate approved a measure that Sen. Ted W. Lieu authored, which requires law enforcement agencies statewide to videotape inte

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