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Dr. Audra Deveikis, a pediatric infectious disease specialist at Miller Children's Hospital Long Beach, Calif., poses for a photo at an AIDS conference in Boston in March.
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The Extra Credit Teacher Program was designed to provide extra financial help for staff at California's high priority schools.
Search and rescue teams search for missing teen Joseph Sanchez, who has been missing since diving into ocean at Inspiration Point in Rancho Palos Verdes Wednesday afternoon.
When retired developer Bob Langslet read the Beachcomber piece about the Jonah Jones residence on 37th Place at Ocean Blvd., he doubted Jones had ever lived at that home.
Nic Offer, lead singer of Sacramento dance punk act !!! , doesn't feel like the mixed reviews for his band's latest album “Thriller” were fair as critics may have taken the album name a bit too literal.
A rockabilly hootenanny is bringing a pair of Stray Cats, a punk legend, a rocking “reverend” and the self-proclaimed “greatest rock band in the world” to Long Beach this weekend for an all-ages street party and concert on Pine Avenue.
A big rig driver escaped injury early today after his vehicle and trailer overturned beneath the Vincent Thomas Bridge in Long Beach.
LONG BEACH >> For the second time in as many years, Long Beach has a budget surplus coming, but City Manager Pat West is asking elected officials to bank it to ward off emerging retirement costs.
Long Beach Police Department TAC Sgt. Greg Schirmer, center, inspects Class 87 of Long Beach Police Academy as they enter their 6th week of the 6-month program in Long Beach, CA.
The fields of Long Beach are littered with the casualties of the 2014 city elections.
To some Long Beach residents, the strip mall unit at 2507 Long Beach Boulevard is best known as Julio's, a beloved 'hood-ready Italian delivery establishment that takes forever to get to your door, but surprises with edible pies and standard meatball subs.
Former Army infantryman Jon Stites is on a mission - to make veterans laugh, at any cost.
Long Beach police grapple with six shootings believed to be gang related over a 60-hour period from July 4 to July 7, 2014.
Dan Spellens spent a good part of Independence Day weekend watching Lou Gehrig's “Luckiest Man” speech.
Long Beach City College officials break ground on a new $23.4-million, 31,000-square-foot Student Services building on their Pacific Coast Campus in Long Beach, CA, on Tuesday, July 8, 2014.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 08:49 am
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