49 min ago
The Daily Breeze
Space companies warn against excessive government oversight of their industry
The Space Tech Expo is at the Long Beach Convention Center through Thursday and features exhibitors and lectures for the space industry.
1 hr ago
EDUCATION: Bully awareness program launched
"I hope I can do something to stop it, to curb bullying in all its ugly forms," says Juan Felipe Herrera, the California Poet Laureate and a professor of creative writing at UC Riverside.
1 hr ago
RIVERSIDE: UCR Dining Services team rides for diabetes
Managers and employees from Dining Services at UC Riverside gathered in Long Beach on April 28, 2013 to bicycle in support of the American Diabetes Association's Tour de Cure.
6 hrs ago
Red Bluff Daily News
Newly appointed to Tehama District Fairboard
With several current directors having terms expired, Gov. Jerry Brown appointed five members to the 30th District Agricultural Association, Tehama District Fair Board, on Tuesday.
10 hrs ago
Alpha Source, Inc. to Exhibit at the AAMI 2013 Conference and Expo
Alpha Source, Inc., a medical repair parts distributor and medical battery pack manufacturer, will be exhibiting at the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation 2013 Conference and Expo in Long Beach, California from June 1-3. Alpha Source will be at booth number 537.
14 hrs ago
KESQ-TV Palm Desert
"Harvey Milk Champions of Change: recipients to be honored at the White House
Sen. Ricardo Lara, D-Long Beach, and Redondo Beach Mayor Michael A. Gin will be among 10 openly lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender elected or appointed officials who will be honored at the White House Wednesday as Harvey Milk Champions of Change for their commitment to equality and public service.
Tue May 21, 2013
The Fresno Bee
Source: Offer made to candidate for Fresno State president
A source close to the California State University Board of Trustees confirmed Tuesday that an offer has been made to a candidate for Fresno State president.
Tim Grobaty: Celebrate surviving another brutal winter with free summer concerts
Long Beach has survived another brutal winter and spring. Temperatures were too frequently in the 50s.
American Library Association
Library services for youth with autism spectrum disorders
Autism is now the second most commonly diagnosed serious developmental disability, and the number of children identified as autistic continues to grow.
Mon May 20, 2013
Official: Mysterious Hybrid Support Solutions arises to support...
It's hard to get sympathy when you have the funds to lay out north of $100,000 for a car, but for those Fisker Karma owners feeling blue, Hybrid Support Solutions is there for you.
The Daily Breeze
Man jumps to his death from Vincent Thomas Bridge in San Pedro
Authorities have not disclosed the identify of a Long Beach man who jumped to his death from the Vincent Thomas Bridge over the weekend.
Long Beach opening Harvey Milk Promenade Park
The public is invited at 11 a.m. Tuesday for the grand opening of Harvey Milk Promenade Park at Third Street and The Promenade.
Newsmakers -- Published May 20, 2013
Keri Harris is the new associate director at the Women's Center - Youth & Family Services, a newly created position to assist Chief Executive Officer Joelle Gomez.
Sun May 19, 2013
Hundreds of teens in Southern California go to LDS prom
Velvet ropes and bright lights lined the red carpet that was rolled out for 870 students from 16 stakes of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Friday, May 3, all celebrating the 7th annual LDS prom at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, Calif.
The Daily Breeze
Gay Pride Parade highlights celebration of love, laughs, support
The Long Beach Gay Pride Parade got off to a roaring start Sunday as it danced and rolled its way down Ocean Boulevard.
Rich Archbold: Gay pride parade, Press-Telegram have come a long way
When I was in the sixth grade at a Catholic school in Lombard, Ill., a Chicago suburb, I used to smuggle my older brother's magazines, like Argosy and Sport, into the classroom.
Shirley Wild: Steel Magnolias host Titanic party
Steel Magnolias from left: a "First Class Passengers" John and Joan Knight, a "Captain" Don Black , Judy McNulty Black , Barbara Gaylord and "First Class Wine Steward" Ned Gaylord.
Sat May 18, 2013
Weekend: Biking around during Long Beach's Pride festivities
We're going to make the risky assumption that you already know that this weekend is pretty much taken up by the Long Beach Lesbian & Gay Pride Celebration , so you don't need us to tell you about that, though we will get a little fringey by telling you that if you're able, you ought to make the best use of your bicycle around that part of town ... (more)
Fri May 17, 2013