The Orange County Register
Death penalty sought in homeless killings
The District Attorney's Office announced Tuesday it will seek the death penalty against one of two reputed gang members charged in the shooting deaths of five people at a Long Beach homeless encampment just over five years ago.
Council to discuss limits on e-cigarettes
Following a wave of local communities that have placed moratoriums on new retailers wanting to sell electronic cigarettes, or vaporizers, the Long Beach City Council on Tuesday will take up a proposal that could tighten regulation of the tobacco-free, battery-operated pipes.
Black Friday a different Thanksgiving tradition
Long Beach resident Harold Hernandez camped outside the Best Buy in Signal Hill for two days to make sure he'd get the best deal on a flat-screen television.
Boulevard's Classic Buick 'Not For Sale'
It's the oldest new car on the showroom floor. A brand-new, glossy black 1987 GNX two-door coupe sits on display at Boulevard Buick in Signal Hill.
Signal Hill Petroleum Wins Three Renowned CSR Awards for Community Giving and Sponsorship
Signal Hill Petroleum, a leading producer of sustainable oil and gas, has recently been honored with the following outstanding awards in a two weeks period; The 2013 Oil and Gas Corporate Social Responsibility Award, The 2013 Excellence in Business Award and The Signal Hill Community Center Celebrated Business Sponsor Award.
Airport Fly-In Southern California skies will fill with pilots heading to Long Beach Airport for a 90th Anniversary Fly-In on Saturday, Nov. 16, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The public is also welcome to attend this free event where local pilots display their planes to the community.
Cities hazy on what to do with electronic cigarettes
The city of Lakewood In response to the growing use of electronic cigarettes and their health impacts, City Council may regulate their use as they do tobacco products and may create new zoning laws for where they can be sold.