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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.
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
Police investigating murder-suicide in southeast Long Beach; husband and wife are dead
At about 10:45 a.m. Saturday, police responded to the 7100 block of Island Village Drive – which is off Second Street, east of Studebaker Road – to investigate a domestic call, according to a statement from Nancy Pratt, spokeswoman for the Long Beach Police Department. Officers found a man and a woman who had both sustained gunshot wounds, police said.Box Ships (TEU) versus Matson (MATX) Critical Contrast
Matson and Box Ships are both small-cap transportation companies, but which is the better investment? We will compare the two businesses based on the strength of their risk, analyst recommendations, dividends, institutional ownership, earnings, valuation and profitability. 84.1% of Matson shares are held by institutional investors.Milestones: Good news about Marin people
Honor list: Kyra Leigh Nilsen, of Novato, was named to the president's honor list at California State University, Long Beach for the 2017 spring semester. Graduation: Leah Ballantyne, of Fairfax, graduated from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, with a master of arts degree.A nation's horror, and strength
Cambodia has never exactly gotten the attention commensurate with a years-long, countrywide killing spree that left an nearly two million dead. The Khmer Rouge's reign -- which sent thousands of refugees to Lowell, Long Beach, California, and elsewhere -- took place just as the Vietnam War came to an end, when Americans' attention wasn't likely to stay on Southeast Asia.Hate crimes in Long Beach on the rise in 2017
Hate crimes are up this year in many large cities across California and the U.S., but Long Beach has shown a particularly pronounced increase by comparison, according to researchers at Cal State San Bernardino who track reported hate crimes. There have been 12 hate crimes reported through August this year in Long Beach, according to numbers provided by the Long Beach Police Department.Long Beach nonprofits bring residentsa problem-solving ideas to the table
Residents gather to discuss ideas at the Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden on the CSULB campus in Long Beach on Saturday, September 23, 2017. Long Beach Community Foundation and We Love Long Beach hosted roundtable discussions for residents throughout the city to give neighborhoods an opportunity to talk about new ideas in ways to improve the city and quality of life for the residents.Most of us are not ready for a major earthquake. This guy can help - and maybe save your life
Trent Sanders, 76, a retired Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy, is photographed inside an earthquake supply shed in the backyard of his home in La CaA ada-Flintridge. Trent Sanders, 76, a retired Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy, is photographed inside an earthquake supply shed in the backyard of his home in La CaA ada-Flintridge.Racially charged threats against Cal State Long Beach students are investigated
Authorities are investigating threats made on social media platforms aimed at Latino and Jewish students at Cal State Long Beach. Authorities are investigating threats made on social media platforms aimed at Latino and Jewish students at Cal State Long Beach.Man rescued by Long Beach firefighters after falling from Belmont Pier
LONG BEACH >> A man in his 40s who fell from the Belmont Pier and was pulled from the water without a pulse was resuscitated by Long Beach firefighters, the department announced Saturday. Paramedics began CPR and other life-saving measures when the unidentified man was taken out of the water at about 5:45 p.m. Friday, according to Long Beach Fire Department spokesman Brian Fisk.Education is key to Inland Empire prosperity
Spanning more than 27,000 miles and home to over 4.5 million people, the region is one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the country. Economically vital to the state, the Inland Empire has seen rapid population and economic growth in recent years, thanks in large part to the region's thriving logistics industry, which links the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach to the rest of the country.Two gang members convicted in one of Long Beacha s worst mass killings
Two gang members were convicted Friday of first-degree murder for the killings of five people at a homeless encampment near a Long Beach freeway almost nine years ago. The Los Angeles Superior Court jury deliberated about a day before finding David Cruz Ponce, 36, and Max Eliseo Rafael, 31, guilty of the Nov. 1, 2008, shooting deaths of Hamid Shraifat, 41, of Signal Hill; Vanessa Malaepule, 34, of Carson; and Frederick Neumeier, 53, Katherine Verdun, 24, and Lorenzo Villicana, 44, of Long Beach.New documents shed light on relationship between Long Beach councilwoman, former staffer
The strange case of a Long Beach city council member and her relationship with her former chief of staff got even stranger Friday when city officials released more than 2,500 emails and other documents that include dozens of messages between the two. In a weeks-long controversy that has roiled local politics, spawned a recall campaign and sparked criminal investigations, Councilwoman Jeannine Pearce and former staffer Devin Cotter have been under scrutiny from Long Beach police and prosecutors since the two were discovered in middle of a late-night heated argument on the side of the freeway in June.$1.8 million settlement reached in 91 Freeway bridge collapse that killed worker
A construction crane sits attached to a portion of a railroad bridge across the eastbound lanes of the 91 Freeway in Riverside that collapsed May 18, 2014. Okesene Faasalele Sr., a construction worker who was involved in the demolition of the Pachappa Street Bridge, was killed.Family of Long Beach worker gets $1.8 million settlement in fatal 91 Freeway bridge collapse
The family of a Long Beach man killed when the bridge he was dismantling over the 91 Freeway in Riverside in 2014 collapsed has received a $1.8 million settlement, and the two construction companies blamed for the catastrophe have been fined as the case nears a conclusion. In 2014, work was continuing on the 91 Freeway widening project between Adams Street near Cal Baptist and the 91/60/215 interchange.California gang members found guilty of killing 5
In these file booking photos released Jan. 18, 2012, shows suspects David Ponce, left, and Max Rafael in a 2008 murder of five people at a homeless encampment, released during a news conference announcing the arrest of suspects in Long Beach, Calif. The Los Angeles District Attorney's Office says a jury found gang members, David Ponce and Max Rafael guilty of five counts of murder and a kidnapping charge on Friday, Sept.California gang members found guilty of killing 5
In these file booking photos released Jan. 18, 2012, shows suspects David Ponce, left, and Max Rafael in a 2008 murder of five people at a homeless encampment, released during a news conference announcing the arrest of suspects in Long Beach, Calif. The Los Angeles District Attorney's Office says a jury found gang members, David Ponce and Max Rafael guilty of five counts of murder and a kidnapping charge on Friday, Sept.Long Beacha s first fully licensed medical marijuana shop is set to open
Marijuana is coming back to Long Beach. The employees at the Green Room are excited to be opening soon.
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