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Lakewood is located in southwestern California. In the 1950s the city went from lima bean fields to a well developed city by the 1960s. Because of the short time period that it took the city to transform, it has been referred to as "The Instant City." In 1953 Harold Butler founded Danny's Donuts. In 1959 the eating establishment changed its name to Denny's Restaurant, making Lakewood the home of the first Denny's.

Population: 79345
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: LA Avengers LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings
Local Colleges: California State University

Zip Codes associated with lakewood, california: 90712 90713 90715 90716 90805
Towns/Cities near lakewood, california : Cerritos Paramount Bellflower Long Beach Norwalk

Lakewood News
Lakewood Teacher Accused of Sex With Student to be Arraigned

A woman who taught at Lakewood High School is scheduled to be arraigned Monday on nine felony sex-related counts stemming from an alleged relationship with a female student. Mary Jahn, 52, of Lakewood, is charged with four counts of sexual penetration by a foreign object, three counts of lewd act upon a child and two counts of oral copulation of a person under 18. Jahn -- who was a teacher at Lakewood High School at the time -- allegedly had a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old female student between July 2008 and July 2011, according to Deputy District Attorney Troy Davis.

New Long Beach police commander is a veteran of East Division patrol

Commander Erik Herzog, a 27-year veteran of the Long Beach Police Department, including several years in the East Division as a patrolman, will be the next East Division commander. Herzog was one of two lieutenants promoted to commander last week by Police Chief Robert Luna.

Long Beach police seek offender in series of indecent exposure cases

Long Beach police officials issued a warning Thursday following multiple reports of a man exposing himself to girls in east Long Beach and Lakewood neighborhoods. Police described the offender as a Latino man who is 5-foot-9, between the ages of 20 and 40, with thin to average body type, short-cut black hair that is cropped shorter on the sides than an the top of his head.

Lakewood teacher, 52, accused of 3-year sexual relationship with student

A 52-year-old Lakewood woman has been charged with having an inappropriate sexual relationship with a female student over the span of three years, Los Angeles County prosecutors announced today. Mary Jahn has been charged with nine felony counts, including four counts of sexual penetration by foreign object, three counts of lewd acts upon a child and two counts of oral copulation of a person under 18, according to authorities.

Deputy Arrested for Criminal Conduct While on Duty

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department patrol cars at the scene of an investigation on Wednesday, May 11, 2016 in Lakewood. Details on the arrest of a Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputy facing allegations of criminal misconduct are expected at a Thursday news conference.

Lakewood couple dead in murder-suicide

Authorities today identified a woman who investigators say was fatally shot by her boyfriend before he fatally shot himself at their home in Lakewood. The bodies were found about 3:25 p.m. Sunday in the 5900 block of Pepperwood Avenue, said sheriff's Deputy Grace Medrano.

Lakewood to honor Dennis Lander, author of memorial poem a " perhaps for the last time

Lakewood will hold its annual Patriot Day gathering on Monday evening, and plans to honor – perhaps for the last time – one of its most well-known veterans. Dennis Lander, who wrote the poem that adorns the city's Veterans Memorial at Del Valle Park, is 69 and suffering from end-stage cancer after exposure to Agent Orange in Vietnam.

La Habra to clean up Coyote Creek before trash gets to the ocean

The city is once again participating in the annual statewide Coastal Cleanup Day on Sept. 16 to promote the long-term health and preservation of California's coastline.

Why are 2 Denny's restaurants so close to one another in Fairfield?

Who was Jack the Ripper? Are Bigfoot/The Loch Ness Monster/The Abominable Snowman real? What happened to Amelia Earhart? These are all trivial mysteries compared to this confounding conundrum that has vexed Fairfielders for decades: Why are there two Denny's restaurants within walking distance of one another? One is located at 1360 Holiday Land next to In-N-Out Burger and the other, approximately 700 feet away, is at 2980 Travis Boulevard next to the Chevron station. For my purposes here, the In-N-Out one will henceforth be referred to Denny's No.

CSULB president: DACA students a are welcome and wanteda in Long Beach

Long Beach area leaders spoke out with harsh words Tuesday morning in response to the Trump Administration's decision to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA, in six months. "This is exactly the kind of bigoted appeal to his base we've come to expect from Donald Trump," Assemblyman Anthony Rendon, D-Lakewood, said in a statement.

New face at Santa Fe Springs City Hall is a familiar one

SANTA FE SPRINGS >> The city has hired Don Powell as its interim city manager, a position he held for 19 years until his retirement in 1999. His first day was Friday, and he is expected to stay on the job for five to six months as the city searches for a permanent replacement for Thaddeus McCormack , who left the position last week to become the city manager of Lakewood.

Bicyclist killed in collision with car in Long Beach, near Lakewood border

The collision happened on Downey Avenue just north of South Street around 9:45 a.m., Long Beach police Detective Sirilo Garcia said. The bicyclist turned onto Downey at a diagonal angle that put him in front of a car, according to Garcia.

Accused murderer bragged about killing 19-year-old in gang-style...

A college student from Downey was killed in a gang-style execution before his body was dumped in Long Beach's El Dorado Park last year, authorities alleged at a court hearing Tuesday where they revealed new details about the slaying. In a recorded jailhouse conversation, one of the men accused of killing 19-year-old Nick Cubas admitted he urged a co-conspirator to shoot Cubas while he was tied up in the trunk of a car, a Long Beach police detective testified.

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