Long Beach has supported two declarations of emergency to better prepare the city for a potential outbreak.
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Even though candidates have been awarded victories, not everyone’s votes have been counted.
Los Angeles and Long Beach declare local health emergencies in the wake of new diagnoses of the novel-coronavirus.
A timeline of Super Tuesday’s election results and how the campus dealt with long line at the Walter Pyramid.
Free rides will be offered on March 3 to help increase mobility to polling locations. The Walter Pyramid vote center will be available for voting from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m on March 3.
Entrepreneur AJ Crook reaches a deal with “shark” Mark Cuban to invest in dog food seasoning.
On Feb. 18, Long Beach Police engaged with a civilian, which protestors felt was an exercise of excessive force.
New City Council ordinance requires landlords to provide building permits for substantial remodel evictions
City Council approves ordinance to close loophole in the Tenant Protection Act of 2019.
The ordinance is meant to address remodel a loophole in the Tenant Protection Act of 2019.
The Shark Lab at CSULB has teamed up with Fullerton College to create a “shark forecast” to better understand the behavior of sharks and their interaction with humans.