Mary Zendejas received a standing ovation after being sworn in before Long Beach City Council Tuesday.
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The current rainstorm at the Beach leaves some students unprepared as they misjudged the severity of the stormy forecast.
Housing concerns, neighborhood noise complaints and new homeless shelter discussed at Long Beach City Council
Tuesday’s meeting has less community involvement than previous weeks as Long Beach City Council continues to address ongoing proposals.
The California Democratic Party held a three-day event in Long Beach Nov. 15 through 17 that gave delegates the opportunity to meet with political candidates.
Over the weekend many big names in the Democratic Party came to Long Beach for the party convention.
Since January, the Long Beach Police Department has been receiving reports of a man peeking in the windows of women who live in the Beverly Plaza apartments.
Mayor Garcia asks voters to consider new Transient Occupancy Tax to fund local arts and tourism.
After facing weeks of scrutiny, Mayor Garcia sits down with District Four residents to talk Long Beach issues.
The LA Metro Blue Line has reopened and been renamed to the A Line after a nine-month temporary closure for construction. To celebrate the reopening, LA Metro offered free rides to the public over the weekend.
Tenants across Long Beach are facing evictions as landlords rush to beat the deadlines imposed by AB 1482.