6 hrs ago
Driver Involved in Fatal Crash Involving Stolen Truck Faces Court
The driver of a stolen pickup truck that veered off Pacific Coast Highway and down an embankment, killing a passenger, pleaded not guilty today to vehicular manslaughter.
10 hrs ago
LA County Sheriff's Hit With Corruption Charges and Accusations of Abuse
A federal investigation into alleged abuses inside Los Angeles County jails came to a head today with the unsealing of indictments and charges against 18 current and former Sheriff's Department officials accused of crimes such as corruption, obstruction of justice and abuse of inmates and jail visitors.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Old Time Christmas Festival kicks off holiday season at Rancho Los Cerritos in Long Beach
LONG BEACH >> A part of Southern California's 19th Century past came to life Sunday afternoon at the annual Rancho Los Cerritos Old Time Christmas Festival.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Artesiaa s Ali Sajjad Taj to join City Council on Monday
ARTESIA >> Ali Sajjad Taj, the only newcomer to be elected to the Artesia City Council, is set to be sworn in to office on Monday.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Townhouse development OK'd in Cerritos
The Cerritos City Council recently approved a proposal by The Olson Company to develop a 25-unit residential townhouse condominium complex located at 18810 Pioneer Boulevard.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
E-cigarettes may be regulated like tobacco in Long Beach
The City Council voted 8-0 Tuesday night to have City Attorney Charles Parkin write amendments to municipal code to require that electronic cigarettes and vapor devices comply with the city's tobacco ordinance, and prohibit their use in no smoking areas.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Society of Seven with special guests in a benefit concert for the PHL ...
The City of Cerritos is sponsoring Society of Seven With Special Guests in a Benefit Concert for the Philippines to raise funds for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
Council to discuss limits on e-cigarettes
Following a wave of local communities that have placed moratoriums on new retailers wanting to sell electronic cigarettes, or vaporizers, the Long Beach City Council on Tuesday will take up a proposal that could tighten regulation of the tobacco-free, battery-operated pipes.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Cerritos College culinary arts serves up success
Ana Flores cuts fresh baked foccocia bread at Cerritos Community College where culinary arts students prepare daily meals from scratch for their cafe, fine dining restaurant and catered events.
Cerritos Offers the Chance to Talk with Santa
Cerritos city staffers are encouraging local children to get in touch with Santa by writing letters to him and sending them by U.S. Postal Service or by email.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Mailbag: Confusion over bread, street names and JFK
We hope we're not too late with this and that you still have a few baggies of Thanksgiving leftovers in the fridge, because our mailbag has a few letters regarding the use of white bread in making leftover turkey sandwiches.
Gahr's marching band makes up for lost time
After a six-year hiatus, the Richard Gahr High School marching band has returned to the field show competition scene and shattered all expectations.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Celebrate the beginning of the holiday season at the Community Hospital Long Beach Auxiliary's 19th Tree of Love Celebration.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Chris Isaak heads to Cerritos for a Beyond the Suna performance
CERRITOS >> The casual Chris Isaak fan may think of the handsome singer wearing a white tank top on the beach as he serenades a super model as he did in the video for his biggest hit “Wicked Game.” But anyone who has been to a concert of his knows he's not just a love-struck crooner solemnly strumming his guitar behind a microphone on ... (more)
RIVERSIDE: New Fox operator promises more shows, accessibility
Riverside's Fox Performing Arts Center will be under new management Sunday, Dec. 1, when concert industry giant Live Nation officially takes over.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
The Afro American Newspaper
Bill Cosby Returns to Standup Spotlight in Comedy Central Special
It was 30 years ago when he last filmed a concert special. Now he's gone and done it again.
Cerritos Professor to Help Head National Society
Dr. Kimberley Duff, Cerritos College's Psychology Professor was elected Western Regional Vice President of Psi Beta, the national honor society in psychology.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
The Orange County Register
Businesses collecting donations for Marines
CERRITOS Residents can give back to military personnel who won't be home for the holidays by making donations through the second annual Community Holiday Drive.
Lynda Johnson, Victor Manalo Won Elective Posts
As expected by political pundits in the ABC school district, Lynda Johnson, a paralegal by profession, cruised to an easy victory when she topped the recent ABC School Board election in the field of five candidates.