Long Beach City Mayor Rex Richardson went live providing updates and new demographics on efforts to assist and reduce homelessness
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Student death challenges tech rights
Protections for content distribution was argued at the Supreme Court level during five-year lawsuit in the wake of Nohemi Gonzalez’ death.
Finding affordable housing off-campus still affecting incoming students
There will be a new class of students that get to experience the hardship of finding affordable housing on their own.
Fourth Street’s “Fourth Friday” celebrates small businesses
On the fourth Friday of every month, small businesses gather to celebrate their diversity.
Multi-Service Center in Long Beach aims to keep the homeless warm
The Multi-Service Center in Long Beach is providing shelter to homeless citizens throughout March 5, as the winter storm continues to run its course through the community.
Huntington Beach City Council votes to remove Pride flag from city property
City councilmembers approved a law that bans the Pride flag from being displayed on city property.
Winter storm hits Southern California
California is under a winter weather warning for blizzards, heavy rain and wind through different parts of the state.
ASI announces food programs for international, undocumented, low-income students
ASI members met Wednesday to present the many food programs students can qualify for in service of their essential needs.
Council members vote yes to fund ALPR equipment, residents frustrated
Additional “spy gear” for the Long Beach Police Department brought up issues of privacy, targeted minority arrests and immigration safety.
Women’s march held on 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade
On the 50-year anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, hundreds of people marched in Long Beach to protest the overturning of the landmark case.