Devi’s Donuts and Sweets opened its doors to its new brick-and-mortar location in Long Beach at the end of April. Now, owners Eva and Tom Ognibene share their journey as they prove that vegan is just as tempting, and tasty, as anything else.
University police officers respond to reports of a stolen bike, graffiti and fire extinguishers being tampered with on campus.
Softball bounces back in a big way to end three-game skid vs Pac-12 UC Berkeley.
The Dirtbags’ pitching staff completes its second straight shutout as Lavellee strikes out a new career high.
“The Daily Show” alumnus and host of Netflix’s “Patriot Act” joined Associated Students, Inc. to discuss how he pursued a career in the entertainment industry and what he is looking forward to doing next.
The president’s promises have been followed with little action.
CSULB’s Forty-Niner Shops given $4 million from federal loan program to help stay afloat during pandemic
Over the span of a year, the nonprofit organization saw two separate disbursements of $2 million each to help with the coronavirus-induced financial losses.
In an effort to accommodate lower-income residents, the city is in the process of enforcing a policy that requires buildings to designate a certain percentage of units for affordable housing.
Long Beach State’s student government intends to bring back most student employees who were let go last year due to budget cuts stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.
Long Beach’s affordable housing crisis leads to growth of accessory dwelling units, impacting CSULB community
With limited student housing options, the city has begun seeing projects like the expansion of a single-family home into an 11-bedroom, 11-bathroom unit on El Roble Street.