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The Times Editorial Board's opposition to Assembly Bill 1951, which would allow school districts to swap the state proficiency exams for 11th graders for the... [Read More]
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The week's essential arts news, including a big birthday for the L.A. Phil, Yuval Sharon in Frankfurt, a firing at the University Art Museum in... [Read More]
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The towering bronze statue that sits in the plaza outside the liberal arts building at Cal State Long Beach — known for years as Prospector... [Read More]
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The Los Angeles County district attorney's office is reviewing the Long Beach Police Department's use of Tiger Text, a messaging application that deleted information after... [Read More]
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The Long Beach Police Department has suspended its use of a mobile texting application that permanently erases messages over concerns that it may violate the... [Read More]
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Cal State Long Beach's University Art Museum director Kimberli Meyer was fired last week. Sunday's opening of the museum's "American Monument" show about police violence... [Read More]
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The U.S. Department of Labor said logistics firm California Cartage Co. will pay $3.5 million to nearly 1,500 warehouse workers, after investigators found the Long... [Read More]
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