Los Angeles Police Department officers arrested CSULB sophomore Noah Christiansen Tuesday night for violating curfew while protesting the murder of George Floyd.
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Not everyone is safer at home, Long Beach Police Department data shows increase in felony abuse calls
Long Beach Police Department received 15% more calls to service for felony spousal abuse in March compared to last year’s average. The increase occurred during the same month that California’s implemented its statewide stay-at-home order. The data, which was obtained from the Long Beach Police Department, suggests that the stay-at-home[Read More…]
Unfortunately, being sheltered at home with all the resources someone needs is not a reality for everyone. Being protected during this pandemic is a privilege not all can afford.
Long Beach State battled back after losing the first two sets and almost forced a fifth, but UCLA shut the door, putting an end to a historic streak home-winning streak at the Walter Pyramid.
In a 16-0-2 vote, ASI voted to hear two bills regarding education rights for prisoners.
Health officials confirmed Saturday that a patient has been diagnosed with the coronavirus that has claimed many lives in China.
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.
After an impressive first half, Long Beach State loses 69-65 in its season opener at UCLA.
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