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  1. a Twilight Zonea child stara s belongings, remains draw devoted fansRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | LA Daily News

    Terry Burnham played the role of a blank-faced girl who delivered a deathly warning on a 1960 episode of “The Twilight Zone.” The late Long Beach woman, who died two years ago after living in obscurity during the latter part of her life, has since become an obsession of fans all over the world - they've snapped up her belongings in online auctions and at swap meets; her photos and medical records have turned up as far away as Australia. “A lot of people, both local and not, have been looking for Terry for a long time,” said Andrew Ramage, owner and curator of www.twilightzonemuseum.com , a website dedicated to the show.

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  2. Two planes down off Long Beach coast; dive team deployedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | LA Daily News

    Divers working for several emergency response agencies are searching the waters of San Pedro Harbor for any survivors following a mid-air collision involving two light aircraft Friday afternoon. U.S. Coast Guard Lt.

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  3. Construction Zone: Rules to remember when hunting for that perfect art piece for your homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | LA Daily News

    Art. I don't know how to explain it and I'm not sure what it is, but I know it when I see it. That's my paraphrasing of a famous line from U.S. Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart, taken from the 1964 ruling in the Jacobellis v.

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  4. Changes coming to all high school playoff formats after CIF Southern Section voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 27 | LA Daily News

    Sierra Canyon women's basketball coach Alicia Komaki celebrates championship victory on Saturday, March 28, 2015. As many expected, Proposal SS522, which is known as the “Playoff Groupings by Competitive Equity” proposal, passed at Wednesday's CIF-SS council meeting at the Grand in Long Beach.

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  5. Tattoo artists converge on Pasadena for inaugural expoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 27 | LA Daily News

    Tattoo artist Carlos Torres works on a large tattoo on the back of Stephanie Hu at his Timeline Gallery shop in San Pedro, CA on Tuesday, January 19, 2016. Torres will be one of the hosts at Inked Magazine's Golden State Tattoo Convention at the Pasadena Convention Center Jan. 29-31. 1 comment

  6. Officials talk toilet-to-tap water recycling at Long Beach conferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | LA Daily News

    Brandy Kelso from the city of Phoenix addresses the audience during a water conference in Long Beach, CA on Tuesday, January 26, 2016. The American Water Works Association is holding a conference on potable reuse and treatment of water this week at the Renaissance Hotel. 3 comments

  7. CSU Chancellor Timothy White evokes moon race in charting the futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | LA Daily News

    Members of The California Faculty Association, which is in the midst a bargaining a new contract, sang a song during the public comment portion of the meeting before Chancellor Timothy White delivered his third annual State of CSU on Tuesday. The head of the Cal State University system Tuesday compared its mission in coming years to the nation's race to the moon in the 1960s.

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  8. Historic CIF-SS playoff proposal would drastically alter high school playoffsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 25 | LA Daily News

    A historic vote is scheduled Wednesday at the Grand in Long Beach that could shake-up playoff divisions for all sports starting in the fall. The CIF-Southern Section's council meeting Wednesday is centered around proposal SS522, drably titled the “Playoff Groupings by Competitive Equity” proposal.

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  9. Edison prepares electrical systems for El NinoRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 24 | LA Daily News

    R Gerald Biggers, and Matt Johnston demonstrate the portable sump pump equipment and its filter system at one of the SCE substations in Long Beach. SCE is prepping its service territory for El Niño, including Long Beach.

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  10. Has El Nino stood us up? Forecasters weigh inRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 24 | LA Daily News

    Forecasters say El Niño hasn't yet stood us up on a date, and that the much-hyped set of storms, characterized by unusually warm temperatures in the equatorial Pacific that bring above-average rainfall, will hit Southern California hard soon, after teasing us with a few days of rain in early January . “It's not really gone away,” said Brett Albright, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in San Diego .

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  11. Climate change, flooding topics of concern at Aquarium of the Pacific panelRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 23 | LA Daily News

    Jerry R. Schubel, president and CEO of the Aquarium of the Pacific, delivers a presentation on climate change, sea level rise, water conservation and global effects, in partnership with The League of Women Voters Long Beach Area. About 200 Long Beach residents got a close look at how climate change is affecting the local area Saturday morning.

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  12. Booms turn back trash from storm water runoff in Long Beach watersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 20 | LA Daily News

    City officials say Long Beach is prepared and already has prevented tons of trash from washing up on beaches and flushing into the ocean during El Niño. Despite marina booms breaking loose in the past, and the last El Niño bringing 9,290 tons of trash to local waters, officials say the booms will hold, and crews have done extensive preparation work to reduce the flow of debris from the Los Angeles River.

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  13. Labor group vows to support CSU faculty if it strikes; faculty erupt at chancellorRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 19 | LA Daily News

    The California Faculty Association and LA County Federation of Labor held a rally Tuesday afternoon before CSU Chancellor Tim White held an open forum on the Cal State Los Angeles campus. The faculty is asking for a 5% pay increase but negotiations have been stalled at 2% creating the potential for a CSU faculty strike.

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  14. Radio: Shortsighted logic for licensing fees that hurt Internet webcastersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 19 | LA Daily News

    The holiday season brought a grinch of sorts to Internet radio station webcasters: an increase in the cost of licensing fees for the music they play. In a decision announced in December, the new rates were developed as they have been every five years and were taking effect as of Jan. 1. But unlike previous years, the rates did not include a special provision for small- to medium-sized webcasters that allowed them to pay a percentage of revenue rather than a royalty per song, per listener.

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  15. Labor union vows to support CSU faculty if it strikesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 19 | LA Daily News

    A powerful labor union has thrown its support behind Cal State University faculty, saying they won't cross picket lines if professors strike this spring. “If they go on strike, the mail ain't getting delivered, the trash ain't getting picked up,” said Rusty Hicks, executive secretary-treasurer of the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO, which has 8,000 members. 1 comment

  16. Glenn Frey: Remembering the Eaglesa split and the a Long Night in Wrong BeachaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 15, 2014 | LA Daily News

    Glenn Frey, the guitarist for the Eagles and a successful solo artist in his own right, died today at the age of 67. While there is much to remember about the musician and his time in one of rock 'n roll's most successful bands, there is also a notable 1980 night in Long Beach that many fans -- and the band itself -- remember as the “Long Night in Wrong Beach” when they played a benefit for Sen. Alan Cranston. LONG NIGHT IN WRONG BEACH: The Eagles were hot as they performed before a sold-out audience in the Long Beach Arena on July 31, 1980.

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  17. Why Wal-Mart is closing 269 stores, including locations in Altadena, Los AngelesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 15 | LA Daily News

    Wal-Mart Stores Inc. announced Friday that it plans to close 269 underperforming stores, including all 102 of its smallest Wal-Mart Express locations. The closures - dominated by 154 U.S. locations - will include a Wal-Mart in Long Beach and another in Los Angeles as well as smaller Wal-Mart Neighborhood Markets in Altadena, San Bernardino, Los Angeles, Bell Gardens and Hawaiian Gardens.

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  18. Walmart to close 7 stores in Southern CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 15 | LA Daily News

    Seven Walmart stores in Southern California will be among 269 locations closed across the globe as part of a company-wide restructing, the discount retailer announced Friday. “Actively managing our portfolio of assets is essential to maintaining a healthy business,” said Wal-Mart Stores Inc. President/CEO Doug McMillon.

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  19. Former L.A. Rams look back on teama s Long Beach historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 14 | LA Daily News

    The book shows the L.A. Rams' “Fearsome Foursome” - Rosey Grier, Lamar Lundy, Merlin Olsen and Deacon Jones. All four of the football stars went on to have Hollywood careers to varying degrees.

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  20. Long Beach students explore iconic American music in a Masters of JazzaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 13 | LA Daily News

    Some young musicians tell the story of jazz in a new documentary called “Masters of Jazz: The Soundtrack of American History.” The 35-minute film by the Signal Hill nonprofit group The Jazz Angels , which teaches youths how to play the music, will be screened at the Art Theatre of Long Beach on Jan. 17. “I think after seeing it people will get a really good understanding of what impact world events have on music and jazz and what an impact the music has on the world,” said Barry Cogert, founder and program director of Jazz Angels. It's narrated by some of the young Jazz Angels students who also perform songs in the film, which covers the history of the American music from the early 1900s to the mid-1990s.

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