Learn about the two people that allegedly entered and shot 31 people at a holiday party for the San Bernardino, and stay tuned for your weekly sports update.
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Police make arrest for assault and robbery Lt. Richard Goodwin of University Police said that a female student was punched in the face for her cell phone at Beachside on Nov. 19 around 1 p.m. The suspect broke the student’s cell phone by dropping it on the ground. The student[Read More…]
In honor of World AIDS Day, California State University, Long Beach’s Student Health Services offered free HIV and AIDs testing. “We are letting you know all the resources we have through the Student Health Services offices,” said Annika Horvath, freshman women’s gender and sexuality studies major. “You can spin the[Read More…]
After authorizing a potential strike and hosting a rally at the California State University Chancellor’s Office, the California Faculty Association has brought labor complaint charges against CSU for wrongdoing during the bargaining process. The complaints were levied against the CSU on Nov. 19 through California’s Public Employment Relations Board. “The[Read More…]
Today we look at the crime blotter, and we fill you in on some upcoming events.
Bomb squad detonated object in downtown Long Beach, and California failed to meet the mandatory water conservation requirement in October.
Global climate change march, and an update on sexual assault at CSULB.
Sports filled episode today, and learn some fun facts about Thanksgiving.
We take a look at the crime blotter, and stay tuned in for your weekend calendar.
Comic book legend Stan Lee visits the Carpenter Center , and Board of Control Ad Hoc discuss executive pay change.