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Long Beach, California is located in Los Angeles County. Zip codes in Long Beach, CA include 90899, 90806, and 90803. The median home price in Long Beach is $419,000 which is roughly $373/per square foot. More Long Beach information.

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16 min ago | Press-Telegram

Man, 27, killed in street race in Long Beach

LONG BEACH >> A new father was killed and a second man was critically injured in a street race on Ocean Boulevard in Long Beach Monday night, authorities said.


1 hr ago | Examiner.com

ARB fines Oxy subsidiary over $250,000 for a 50 lb gas leak

ARB fined THUMS, operators of oil and gas islands in Long Beach, $254,100 for a small leak of SF6 gas.


3 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times

Helen Grace Chocolates bought by Florida investment firm BBX Capital

Helen Grace Chocolates, founded in 1944, has three remaining stores: in Lynwood, Long Beach and Huntington Beach.


7 hrs ago | Sacramento Bee Newspaper

AM Alert: State expands recognition for Vietnam soldier memorial

A flag is placed on the wall of names during the 15th annual "Never to be Forgotten" ceremony at the California Vietnam Veterans Memorial on May 25, 2014 in Sacramento.


9 hrs ago | Patch.com

Two Vehicles Race Down Ocean Boulevard, One Person Dies

One person was killed and a second seriously injured in a street race on Ocean Boulevard in Long Beach tonight, authorities said.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014


Long Beach foodbank organization keeps donations up, serves agencies, a poorest of the poora

Bishop Gene Townsley, left, and Percy Polk from Heavenly Hope load eggs, canned good and other food into two trucks at the Food Bank in Long Beach, CA on Thursday, July 17, 2014.



Long Beach Councilman Roberto Uranga will waive salary, continue collecting pension

LONG BEACH >> New 7th District Councilman Roberto Uranga will forgo the salary of his office until state law is clarified on whether he can concurrently collect his pension as a retired city employee.



Protected Bike Lanes Grow in CA as Cities Face Down Old Concerns

More and more California cities are looking to bring protected bike lanes to their streets, and a growing body of research showing the benefits they provide are giving city leaders a stronger case in the face of opposition to change.



Longshoremen, Pacific Maritime Association pause contract talks for...

The groups representing West Coast longshore workers and their employers are taking a couple of breaks from negotiations in the next two weeks.



Two New Mazes Unveiled at Queen Mary's Dark Harbor

Come October, fans of horrific attractions in and around the Long Beach, CA, area will be in for a treat as Queen Mary's Dark Harbor returns to scare the bejesus out of you... and there are some new surprises as well.


JD Supra

CFPB and FTC to hold roundtable on debt collection and the Latino community

On October 23, 2014, the CFPB and FTC will be co-hosting a roundtable titled "Debt Collection & the Latino Community" to examine how debt collection issues affect Latino consumers, especially those who have limited English proficiency.


Sun Jul 20, 2014


Long Beach landmarks: Houghton Park is a 90-year testament to one of Californiaa s early leaders

LONG BEACH >> Houghton Park was a hive of activity on a recent Wednesday afternoon, with families gathering for picnics, children buzzing on the playground and neighborhood groups meeting in its community center.


The New Zealand Herald

Kiwi conquers the Pacific

New Zealander Tara Remington, left, and American Angela Madsen at the finish of their epic 4000km row across the Pacific Ocean from long Beach California to Waikiki, Hawaii.


The San Diego Union-Tribune

The bullet train bait-and-switch

In 2008, California voters narrowly approved Proposition 1A, giving $9.95 billion in bond funds as seed money for a statewide network of bullet trains.


Times Herald

Voices: Is breaking up hard to do for California?

As much as it pains me to interrupt my non-stop tanning and surfing, it becomes necessary to take a moment to respond to a budding movement that would accomplish the previously unthinkable: break California up into six states.


The Wave

Where to stroll with the pooch

It's your turn to join in the fun and share your favorites with our readers: Take a look at our list and shoot us a quick email to best@lbregister.com.


Sat Jul 19, 2014

Los Angeles Times

Congressman optimistic Obama will grant immigrants legal status

Protesters wave to motorists on the Wardlow Road overpass of the 605 Freeway in Long Beach on Saturday.


Santa Cruz Sentinel

Aptos cheerleaders hope to perform in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Aptos High School senior cheerleading captains Maya Wilson, Retly-Mei Reyes, Kelly Murphy and Sarah Ramirez work on their technique as they continue to raise funds toward the goal of cheering in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.


Los Angeles Times

Environmental rules make Grand Canal less than grand

Boaters paddle through the Grand Canal, which is turning into a mudflat because of accumulated sediment.



Found Theatre Presents Premiere of New Play Consider the Match, 8/1-3

The Found Theatre of Long Beach will host the debut of a new play written, directed and performed in by Long Beach artists Maggie Boles and Katie Faris: "Consider the Match."



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