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A paddle out in Seal Beach is also being planned. [Read More]
The author of the popular Mas Arai series returns with a mystery that occurs following a family's forced relocation during World War II. [Read More]
The runner from Burundi, banned from competing in the 800 meters and scrutinized for years for being diagnosed with DSD, believed she had advanced Friday... [Read More]
It took four hours for youngsters to desecrate the 74-year-old Seal Beach venue with spray paint, a fire extinguisher, and Wite-out. [Read More]
Long Beach Yacht Club's America's Cup duo joins New York Yacht Club challenge; Transpac competition finishing. [Read More]
A Long Beach couple questions the city's tree policy. [Read More]
USC forward Evan Mobley will be among the NBA Draft prospects expected to hear his name called early Thursday evening. [Read More]
A vigil is scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday at Mater Dei High for Anthony Barajas. Also Friday, the man who police say shot Barajas and... [Read More]
The 7-footer, out of Rancho Christian High in Temecula, ties O.J. Mayo as the highest-ever draft pick in Trojans basketball history... [Read More]
With schools preparing to reopen for fall semester over the next few weeks, officials for the county public health department and nation's second-largest school district... [Read More]
The 32-year-old Duffy is currently on the injured list for the second time this season with a flexor strain in his pitching arm. In 13... [Read More]
Even with troubling tolls of late, officials on Thursday pointed to early signs that an updated mask mandate and a major vaccination effort might be... [Read More]
Four animals available for adoption in the Long Beach area. [Read More]
Sugihara was supposed to issue transit visas only to those who had enough money to pay for travel. In a risky move, he defied his... [Read More]
Here are some upcoming events and activities people can enjoy. [Read More]
The Thrive 90805 community meetings will continue every other Wednesday through September and will touch on various livability issues. [Read More]
Charity news and needs for the week of July 29. [Read More]
A Central California teacher and his two children made the road trip as a way to vacation during novel coronavirus lockdowns. [Read More]
We're in an age when plain guac is so…last decade. This is a new age, with a new approach to guacamole. [Read More]
Here are some links to help seniors and the disabled find answers for keeping their old property tax rate when buying a new home. [Read More]
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