City Council discussed possible solutions to combat the growing number of vacant business spaces found in downtown Long Beach.
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Controversy hits the Retro Row community as two businesses are forced to close.
Director of the Billie Jean King LIbrary explained the updated security measures as the library reopened after a four week closure.
The No Barriers Campaign was created to make sure students at LBSU get proper education while still enjoying their time at school.
In order for Long Beach State students to graduate, a $100 fee is required to successfully submit an application.
Council members and residents came together to make a statement of solidarity with the Iranian protesters over the recent death of Mahsa Amini.
The Long Beach chapter of CFA continues their plan for a labor union center at CSULB and denounce the racist remarks from LA CFL president Ron Herrera.
As part of Women’s Wave Weekend, reproductive rights advocates marched from Long Beach Courthouse to Harvey Milk Park.
After an initial decline in price over the summer, gas prices have risen again seemingly overnight, financially impacting Long Beach students.
Lawsuit by former Long Beach State student against LA sheriff and department for damages, has been settled.