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  1. Police pursuit of flat-bed truck through O.C. ends in wild crash, driver in custodyRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times

    A police pursuit that began when officers in Long Beach tried to pull over a flat-bed truck ended wildly Friday when the vehicle drove across a median in Seal Beach and flipped on its side. Authorities said police tried to stop the vehicle, which they suspected was stolen, in Long Beach.

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  2. Architectural dwelling built by Steven Ehrlich finds a buyer in the Hollywood HillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Los Angeles Times

    In the Hollywood Hills, a modern residence built by architect Steven Ehrlich has gone under contract after listing last month for $2.195 million. The modern residence, built by the noted architect in 2003, listed for $2.195 million in October and recently went under contract in the Hollywood Hills, according to the Multiple Listing Service.

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  3. Will a strong economy and a new governor help UC and Cal State meet goals without raising tuition?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 13 | Los Angeles Times

    Amora Haynes, center, from Vallejo, signs her intent to enroll at UCLA. The University of California and Cal State systems aim to boost enrollment in the upcoming academic year.

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  4. 'What day is it?' one exhausted firefighter says in Malibu area devastated by fireRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 11 | Los Angeles Times

    More than a dozen blackened husks of homes lined the streets above Malibu High School near Zuma Canyon. Power lines were down and and Southern California Edison crews were out fixing lines.

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  5. Neighborhood Spotlight: Casino-dominated Hawaiian Gardens offers good ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 10 | Los Angeles Times

    Belying its exotic moniker, the site that became Hawaiian Gardens was originally a marsh that local farmers called "the Delta," according to the city's official history. The Delta drew a steady stream of locals and passing travelers looking to water their horses at its murky pools, and in 1927 an entrepreneur - whose name is lost to history - erected a roadside food stand to serve them.

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  6. Property tax for stormwater management appears headed for passageRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 7 | Los Angeles Times

    A stormwater-swollen Los Angeles River flows under the Anaheim Street bridge in Long Beach on its way to the Pacific Ocean. Measure W, a Los Angeles County parcel tax that would raise funds to capture and clean up stormwater, sat barely above the two-thirds vote total needed for passage Wednesday, with backers proclaiming victory.

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  7. Ahead of Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival, genre-mashing musician Kali Uchis...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 7 | Los Angeles Times

    Kali Uchis performs at the Tropicalia Music Festival at Queen Mary Park in Long Beach on Nov. 3. She'll headline Odd Future's annual Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival on Saturday. Singer, rapper and songwriter Kali Uchis was coy when asked of her whereabouts during a recent phone interview.

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  8. L.A. County Sheriff Jim McDonnell's job in jeopardy as challenger Alex Villanueva takes vote leadRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 7 | Los Angeles Times

    Alex Villanueva, challenger for Los Angeles County Sheriff, shown with Elizabeth Yuson, of Los Angeles, on election night at Cities Restaurant in Los Angeles. Sheriff Jim McDonnell on Wednesday was in jeopardy of being ousted by voters as challenger Alex Villanueva took a razor-thin lead in the race to lead the sprawling, scandal-tainted law enforcement agency.

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  9. In potential major upset, Alex Villanueva holds slim lead over L.A. County Sheriff Jim McDonnellRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 7 | Los Angeles Times

    Retired Sheriff's Lt. Alex Villanueva, left, debates L.A. County Sheriff Jim McDonnell at a July event hosted by the Professional Peace Officers Assn.

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  10. From the Archives: 1918 prayer and songs for our troopsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 7 | Los Angeles Times

    July 15, 1918: Los Angeles County officials and employees gather on the steps of the county courthouse for a minute of prayer followed by songs in support of American troops in Europe during World War I. In the summer of 1918, Los Angeles County employees began a series of programs to encourage support of American troops fighting in Europe. One such program occurred during lunch.

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  11. Boeing is selling Long Beach property where it used to build cargo planesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 6 | Los Angeles Times

    Boeing's C-17 assembly facility in Long Beach, shown in May 2015, is up for sale as part of a 90-acre property. Three years after Boeing Co.

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  12. Review: How Tropicalia quickly became one of L.A.'s most inviting festivalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | Los Angeles Times

    " Estoy en casa !" Morrissey cried to begin his headlining performance at this past weekend's Tropicalia Music & Taco Fest, and as far as I know he wasn't speaking literally. Yes, the British post-punk veteran has lived in Southern California on and off since the 1990s - long enough that last year the Los Angeles City Council designated Nov. 10 as Morrissey Day in L.A. But to my knowledge he's never laid his head in Long Beach, where Tropicalia took place Saturday and Sunday at the waterfront Queen Mary Events Park in the shadow of that retired ocean liner.

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  13. Preexisting conditions, dialysis, rent control and the gas tax: A preelection guide for votersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | Los Angeles Times

    Organizers with Housing Long Beach, an advocacy group, hang up a sign in the courtyard of an apartment complex. Figuring out how to bestow your vote can be nerve-racking even in normal elections.

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  14. Long Beach citizen patrols face off with counter-protesters over growing homeless encampmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 2 | Los Angeles Times

    A group of Long Beach residents frustrated by crime that they believe stems from homeless encampments goes on a predawn march through the streets of the Belmont Shore neighborhood. Trailed by protesters shouting "shame" and denouncing "vigilantism," Long Beach citizen patrols marched before dawn Friday through the Belmont Shore neighborhood, protesting what participants called a "criminal element" in the oceanfront community's growing homeless encampments.

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  15. Passengers say bus driver tried to kidnap them, but police say he just got lostRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 2 | Los Angeles Times

    Instead of taking patrons to the Queen Mary in Long Beach on Thursday night, a shuttle bus driver traveled to Carson. Passengers bound for the Queen Mary in Long Beach who were taken on a wild ride to Carson on Thursday night said they thought the driver was trying to kidnap them, but police said Friday the man had just gotten lost.

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  16. Visitors to Queen Mary's Dark Harbor taken on a wild ride - to CarsonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 1 | Los Angeles Times

    Monsters wait for the gates to open to greet guests at Queen Mary's Dark Harbor Halloween celebration. Dozens of people parked in Long Beach on Thursday night, planning to take a shuttle less than five miles to Queen Mary's Dark Harbor Halloween celebration.

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  17. Long Beach doctor pleads no contest to distributing porn to a minorRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 1 | Los Angeles Times

    Jonathon Ellis, 35, of Long Beach was arrested in April after Los Angeles police officers said he sent lewd images to an undercover officer posing as a teenage girl. A Long Beach doctor pleaded no contest Thursday to one felony count of distributing pornography to a minor, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney's office.

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  18. Tropicalia Fest: Five acts everyone should listen toRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 1 | Los Angeles Times

    Kali Uchis will perform at this weekend's TropicA lia festival in Long Beach. The headliners of this weekend's Tropicalia Music & Taco Fest say plenty about the event's broad view of Latin pop at a moment when that genre is dramatically expanding its footprint in the United States.

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  19. Tropicalia in its second year shows the enduring reach of Latin popRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 1 | Los Angeles Times

    Fans enjoy the 2017 TropicA lia Music & Taco Fest in Long Beach, which returns this weekend. Aside from being notably feisty in the media, Morrissey and Cardi B don't appear to have too much in common.

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  20. U.S. economy has its strongest back-to-back quarters of growth since 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 26 | Los Angeles Times

    The U.S. flag flies over Chinese shipping containers unloaded at the Port of Long Beach. The U.S. economy expanded at a 3.5% pace in the third quarter as consumers opened their wallets, businesses restocked inventories and governments boosted spending, marking the strongest back-to-back quarters of growth since 2014.

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