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Located south of downtown Los Angeles Long Beach is the fifth largest city in California. Port of Long Beach is one of the largest shipping ports in the world. It is also the location of the home of Ferris Bueller, in Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Its high schools have hosted film crews for the American Pie Franchise, and the fox show Glee. Famous sites include the Aquarium of the Pacific, and the RMS Queen Mary, permanently docked in Long Beach as a museum and hotel.

Population: 492682
Local Newspapers: The Long Beach Press-Telegram
Local Sports Teams: LA Dodgers (MLB) LA Angels (MLB) LA Lakers (NBA)
Local Colleges: California State University Long Beach

Zip Codes associated with long beach, california: 90745 90746 90755 90802 90803 90804 90805 90806 90807 90808 90810 90813 90814 90815 90822 90831 90833 90834 90835
Towns/Cities near long beach, california : Lakewood Belmont Shore Seal Beach Rossmoor Wrigley San Pedro Cypress

Long Beach News
AES plans to replace East Long Beach power plant by May 2020

Several of these outdated and inefficient power plants are destined for removal at the AES Alamitos Generating Station in Long Beach on Friday, July 21, 2017. The power plant, which was built in the 1950's, broke ground on a new energy center.

Caltrans announces 13 road repair projects to begin in Long Beach, LA area

Work to repair and resurface hundreds of miles of highways, including those in Long Beach, the South Bay, San Gabriel Valley and Los Angeles area, will begin as soon as this summer – months before revenue from a landmark transportation bill even begins to flow to the state, officials announced Friday. State transportation agencies are getting a jump-start on some $285 million in road repair projects across California as part of the Road Repair and Accountability Act, known as SB 1, signed by Gov. Jerry Brown in April.

Driver found dead after low-speed crash in Long Beach

A driver was found dead - possibly from a medical condition - after a low-speed collision with a utility pole in Long Beach early Friday morning, according to authorities. Police said they responded to the crash at Studebaker Road and Driscoll Street around 4:37 a.m. where they found a man inside a 2016 Honda Civic that had collided with the wooden pole.

Boulder's Go Visit Media inks deal for Long Beach marinas, beaches guide

Boulder-based Go Visit Media, a tourism and lifestyle company, has landed a deal to produce a beaches and marinas guide for the city of Long Beach, Calif.

New Members Join Port of Long Beach Harbor Commission

The Long Beach Harbor Commission is getting two new members: former Assemblywoman Bonnie Lowenthal and former City Councilman Frank Colonna. Lowenthal's appointment will mark the first time the five-member panel that governs the Port of Long Beach with its $180 billion in annual trade has had four female commissioners.

Long Beach man sues lottery commission after being denied $5 million scratchers win

LOS ANGELES >> A Long Beach man sued the state and California Lottery Commission today, alleging he was wrongfully denied a $5 million Scratchers ticket prize because his 16-year-old son bought the winning ticket. Ward Thomas' Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit alleges failure to discharge a mandatory duty, breach of contract, negligence and both intentional and negligent representation.

Homeland security secretary says ports a terrorism priority

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This Long Beach dachshund seeks redemption at Los Alamitos Weiner Nationals

Tootsie will be competing in a special 'legends' match race at the 2017 Weinernationals at Los Alamitos on Saturday. The annual races feature the fastest Dachshunds you've ever seen, With her disproportionate legs, dwarfed paws and broad chest, Tootsie isn't a dog you'd expect to see excel in a track race.

You Did It Wrong: Super Truck Race Truck Hits Ramp Sideways, Crashes Hard

This is a video from a Toyota Grand Prix Stadium Super Truck race in Long Beach, California of a truck hitting a ramp sideways and crashing into a fence and almost smacking another truck. Thankfully, the driver walked away unharmed thanks to the vehicle's roll-cage.

Free concert in Long Beach at Rancho Los Cerritos with Calico the band

The historic Rancho Los Cerritos will be a fitting background for a band that takes its inspiration from California country music. Calico the band , made up of guitarists and singer/songwriters Manda Mosher and Kirsten Proffit, will perform a free show on the lawn of the historic landmark Sunday.

Pot shops dona t spark crime, study says

Conventional wisdom says marijuana dispensaries make neighborhoods less safe, but a new study suggests the conventional wisdom is wrong and that crime increases after cities move to close pot shops. The research may help shape conversations in Southern California communities, including Long Beach, helping them hammer out timetables, regulations and tax structures for legal pot.

New Planning Commission hire only recently moved to Long Beach

A new appointee to the Long Beach Planning Commission has drawn ire from some residents who are questioning whether he is qualified because he is new to the city. The City Council on Tuesday approved the mayor's recommendation of Josh LaFarga, a lobbyist and executive board member for a local branch of the Laborers' International Union of North America , to the commission, which deals with a wide array of issues related to land use, transportation and construction projects.

Long Beach police detain burglary suspect who escaped custody at St. Marya s

A burglary suspect briefly escaped from police after they took him to a Long Beach hospital Wednesday evening, according to authorities. Officers had arrested the man earlier, but before booking him into jail, they took him to get medical treatment of some kind at St. Mary Medical Center, police said.

Long Beach deputy chief wins chief position in Fullerton

David Hendricks, Long Beach's deputy chief of police, will be Fullerton's new top cop. Hendricks is expected to begin Aug. 7. "I'm really looking forward to immersing myself in the community, in becoming part of this community," Hendricks said at Tuesday's City Council meeting, where the council approved the appointment.

Plan calls for L.A., Long Beach ports to go to zero-emissions technology; cost could hit $14 billion

The Los Angeles and Long Beach port complex will seek to slash air pollution and health risks to Southern Californians by replacing diesel trucks and cargo equipment with zero-emissions technology over the next two decades. The Los Angeles and Long Beach port complex will seek to slash air pollution and health risks to Southern Californians by replacing diesel trucks and cargo equipment with zero-emissions technology over the next two decades.

LA, Long Beach ports will spend as much as $14 billion to clear air pollution

Declaring it the largest environmental investment ever undertaken by a cargo complex to wean itself off diesel dependency, Los Angeles and Long Beach port officials today unveiled their Clean Air Action Plan update - with a price tag that could reach $14 billion. The latest installment in a decade-long effort to reduce pollution along the docks - which has already drastically reduced the toxic soup around the mammoth complex - aims to replace dirty-burning trucks and cargo-handling equipment with gear that produces zero, or almost zero, emissions.

Man killed outside Signal Hill strip club was 28-year-old from Long Beach

Los Angeles County Coroner's officials identified the man killed in the parking lot of a Signal Hill strip club Tuesday as a 28-year-old Long Beach man. Ferando Mendez Jr. died outside the Fantasy Castle strip club at about 2 a.m. after being shot minutes earlier , according to authorities.

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