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28 min ago | Press-Telegram
This is one of the largest events of its kind. The two day celebration will feature inter-tribal dancing, singing, drumming, arts, jewelry, crafts and food.
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28 min ago | Press-Telegram
R Mayor Bob Foster, city clerk Larry Herrera and singer Charles Wright during a press conference.
3 hrs ago | The Wave
On March 1, 2009, Austin Seng and Chamreun Kong, both of Long Beach, were shot to death after a fight broke out in front of a flower shop in the 2000 block of Del Amo Boulevard, the Long Beach Police Department said in a statement.
4 hrs ago | Patch.com
By Renee Schiavone Two Long Beach businesses are in hot water with the state, which has resorted to publicly listing their names in a database of the worst tax offenders.
6 hrs ago | Market Wire
Grand Prix Association of Long Beach officials announced today the 20 participants from film, television, music and sports who will compete in the 2014 Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Pro/Celebrity Race.
10 hrs ago | KHQ-TV Spokane
The White House is imposing visa restrictions on Russians and Crimeans who it says are "threatening the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine."
14 hrs ago | LA Daily News
The California Supreme Court appears inclined to make a good decision, favoring the public's right to know the names of police officers involved in shootings, rather than the officers' desire for privacy.
Nearly three-quarters of the 272 stores that sell tobacco in Long Beach have exterior advertising that promotes unhealthful habits, such as consumption of tobacco, alcohol and junk food, according to a survey released Wednesday.
City Council District 7, on Long Beach's western edge, is between a rock and a hard place.
The photograph attending a mailer sent out by Bonnie Lowenthal's campaign earlier this week shows much of what's good about Long Beach.
And to make matters even worse, the remaining sisters don't have enough money to bury all of the dead nuns, so a few of the recently departed end up in the kitchen freezer while their sisters try to figure out how to raise enough money for a proper burial.
A second baby born with the AIDS virus - this one in Long Beach - may have had her infection put into remission and possibly cured by very early treatment Doctors revealed the case Wednesday at an AIDS conference in Boston.
If you didn't before have an Aunt Rita to visit for some mean Mississippi-style soul food, fret not--you do now.
Megan and Grace Phelps-Roper have come a long way since they left their family - which also happens to be one of America's most controversial - in November 2012.
In her first public comments since the ouster of Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych, former secretary of state Hillary Clinton reportedly compared Russia's maneuvers vis-a-vis its Western neighbor with Nazi aggression ahead of World War II.
Fifty-year-old Long-Beach resident Sovothy Pak is on Medi-Cal, the state's low-income health insurance program, and that turned out to be a complication when tumors from her cervical cancer began bleeding.
A former FBI agent who worked in Long Beach was sentenced to two years of probation for hiding his gambling winnings from his employer.