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About: long beach, california

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
Long Beach hotel fire displaces 60; one man injured

A fire reported at a hotel at 11th Street and Obispo Avenue in Long Beach displaced about 60 people, fire officials said Firefighters sent to The Grace Hotel at 11th Street and Obispo Avenue about 10 p.m. Monday extinguished the flames in the two-story building in about 40 minutes, the Long Beach Fire Department reported. At 2159 hrs., units responded to a structure fire on 11th and Obispo.

Video shows crowd yelling criticism at police using K9, foam bullets on man in Long Beach

A video of Long Beach police forcibly arresting a man in Belmont Shore Sunday night shows bystanders yelling out criticism at officers as they shoot foam bullets and release a K9 to help take the man into custody. In the video, some members of a small crowd insist the man did nothing wrong, but police officials and an independent expert came to the officers' defense, saying their decision to use force was justified.

For Long Beach tattoo artist Shay Bredimus, landing a museum exhibit was all in the (tarot) cards

Long Beach tattoo artist Shay Bredimus is opening an exhibition of his fine art work at the Long Beach Museum of Art. It runs Feb. 24-May 13. His artwork is not tattoos but rather tattoo inspired pictographs and portraits created with tattoo ink.

Long Beach Museum of Art opens new exhibition by Long Beach tattoo artist Shay Bredimus on Feb. 24.

Long Beach tattoo artist Shay Bredimus is opening an exhibition of his fine art work at the Long Beach Museum of Art. It runs Feb. 24-May 13. His artwork is not tattoos but rather tattoo inspired pictographs and portraits created with tattoo ink.

La Salle gets big test today

The race for the Camino Real League football title heats up for La Salle High School today when it hosts St. Anthony of Long Beach at 1:45 p.m. The Lancers have been impressive since their 31-28 loss to Temple City on Sept. 23, scoring three consecutive victories that included a 47-0 league-opening win over St. Monica last week.

Police arrest six in Pasadena protest

Lt. Pete Hettema said some officers were hit in the back of the heads by protesters who also threw things at the police. He estimated there were between 50 to 100 people protesting outside the Pasadena Civic Auditorium at 300 East Green St. where former Mexican President Vicente Fox was speaking as part of the Distinguished Speaker series.

Frosty winds bring out jackets, gloves and kites

A windsurfer takes advantage of strong sustained onshore winds as he sails quickly around the harbor off of Cabrillo Beach in San Pedro on Monday, Feb 19, 2018. A windsurfer takes advantage of strong sustained onshore winds as he sails quickly around the harbor off of Cabrillo Beach in San Pedro on Monday, Feb 19, 2018.

Taking the 5th: East Long Beach has closest race in the April election

The flap over Long Beach's Land Use Element has made Kmart the Alamo of the city's 5th District. There is only one good reason to stay alive through the April 10 elections, and that is to sit back and enjoy the race for Long Beach City Council's 5th District.

These 6 motels in Long Beach have the highest volume of police calls; city is cracking down

The Travelodge hotel at 80 Atlantic Ave. in downtown Long Beach is one of six motels the city is working with to reduce crime. Long Beach leaders on Tuesday will review data from a pilot program that seeks to crack down on nuisance motels, and will consider expanding the program citywide.

Police arrest man suspected of pointing fake gun at passersby in Belmont Shore

Long Beach police used a K9 and a large-caliber foam-bullet launcher to arrest a man who pointed a gun, which turned out to be fake, at motorists passing by in Belmont Shore Sunday night, according to authorities. Around 7:25 p.m., police got a call that a man near Second Street and Bay Shore Avenue had a gun, Long Beach police spokesman Sgt.

Long Beach police launch new app that allows tracking of neighborhood crime

A new mapping application allows anyone with a computer to get a snapshot of the number and types of crime in their neighborhood or anywhere else in the city. Developed with the help of the Long Beach Technology and Innovation Department and the supplier ArcGIS, the interactive map uses the last six months of data obtained from the police department's Records Management System to show all of the reported crime incidents.

Wilmington railyard promises rewards, but Long beach neighbors still sees a polluter

BNSF is trying to build a massive $500 million railyard to more efficiently move cargo at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, but so far the project is stalled in litigation The fate of a planned $500 million railyard next to a low-income West Long Beach neighborhood is finally coming to a head, with lawyers on both sides of a lawsuit over the project appealing to the California Supreme Court. For decades Warren Buffett's Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Co.

Wrong-way crash in North Long Beach kills 27-year-old, injures 2 others

A 27-year-old man died in a wrong-way crash Saturday night in North Long Beach, according to authorities. According to police, the crash happened around 10:05 p.m. at the intersection of Atlantic Place and Atlantic Avenue.

Widening freeways is so 20th century - the 710 Freeway deserves better

The 710 Freeway is a congested, diesel-polluted mess of a road. Built in the 1950s and 1960s, it was never intended to accommodate the endless swarm of vehicles, and particularly trucks, using the freeway today.

Mother and transgender son to share their journey from shame to love at Long Beach breakfast

Marsha Aizumi was a successful businesswoman and educator, but she was totally unprepared for a life-changing revelation from her daughter, Ashley, nine years ago. While sitting in a restaurant near their home in Arcadia, Ashley, then 20, told her mother, "I'm uncomfortable in my body now, and I want to transition to a guy."

An inexpensive lawyer in the suburbs is fine for smaller estates

Expensive lawyers with offices in skyscrapers aren't necessary if you're estate is smaller than $22.4 million, the current estate tax exemption limit for a married couple. Look for a reasonably priced lawyer in the suburbs.

Snorkel Gives Away Push-Around Scissorlift at CRA's Rental Rally

Snorkel continued its annual tradition of giving away a push-around mini scissorlift at the annual California Rental Association Rental Rally in Las Vegas last month. At the end-of-show raffle, Snorkel majority owner Don Ahern announced Kevin Davis, a sales representative for Long Beach, Calif.-based American Rentals Inc. as the fifth person to take home a free scissor lift during the past five years.

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