The Long Beach Police Department announced Monday that they will respond to new police records release requirements through a web page on its city website.
Makersville, a nonprofit program that uses Lego bricks to teach youngsters about science and engineering principles, has moved to a permanent spot in Shoreline Village.
Next Tuesday, Sept. 24, is National Voter Registration Day, and Long Beach City Clerk Monique De La Garza says she will focus on registering students to vote.
Eighth District City Councilman Al Austin will present his annual Celebrate the Eighth event at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19, at Rancho Los Cerritos.
Pamela Seager, credited with leading the Rancho Los Alamitos historic site to prominence, died Saturday after a stay at Long Beach Memorial Medical Center.
Long Beach Polytechnic High School’s 60-year reunion weekend kicked off at Joe Jost’s on Friday and reminiscing continued at Long Beach Yacht Club on Saturday. Back in 1959, the classmates’ prom was in Poly’s gymnasium, and the now long gone Municipal Auditorium hosted an all-night dance.
With the divorce rate on the rise for the 65-plus crowd, coupled with women living longer than men, there’s a good chance that many women will be finding themselves on their own later in life.
A boater found inside the hull of a 21-foot boat that capsized off the coast of Long Beach died at a hospital Friday night, authorities said. He was identified as Philip Kahler, 55, was a Corona resident.
This Saturday, for the first time in Long Beach, a festival dedicated to Latinx game developers and designers is debuting at the Museum of Latin American Art.
The Long Beach police officer who accidentally shot and wounded a man during a traffic stop near a reggae festival earlier this year will not face criminal charges, according to a report by the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office released Thursday, Sept. 12.
Looking for an escape? One puzzling new neighborhood business is offering its own unique take on that idea: Escape Long Beach opens Friday in Belmont Heights.
A football player doing the same thing for 30 years isn't something that happens often, but Long Beach's Reggie Berry can make that claim.
"We were the only ones in the air, the only ones traffic control was talking to. It was so bizarre. We didn't know if someone was going to blow us out of the sky, or what."
A major new shopping center, a new restaurant expected to draw crowds and strong business at Alamitos Bay Landing are all impacting parking along Marina Drive.
Long Beach's Police and Fire departments gather Wednesday morning at a memorial for the victims of the 9-11 terrorist attack, and the first responders who lost their lives in the aftermath. Grunion photographer Howard Freshman was there.
President Donald Trump has directed White House officials to take on California’s homelessness crisis, including the encampments that fill many streets in and around Los Angeles, it was reported Tuesday.
Police officers in Long Beach will likely soon receive a raise — but they’ll also have to contribute more to their pensions than they have in the past.
Los Angeles County's voting process will leap into the future in 2020, transitioning from the traditional polling place system to more regional voting centers.
Back in the 1950s, office workers could expect to do their jobs from corner offices or large, no-frills spaces. Thirty years later, work was accomplished in cubicles. But today, people are all about open spaces.
A bicyclist who was struck and critically injured by a car earlier this week on Los Coyotes Diagonal in Long Beach died of his injuries at the hospital Saturday, Sept. 7, authorities said.
An independent review of Long Beach City Councilwoman Jeannine Pearce’s sources of income and her votes while on the panel has determined she violated the city’s conflict-of-interest policy.
Violent and property crime in Long Beach in the first half of the year were down compared to 2018, a police official told a Public Safety Committee this week.
What started for John A Royce as a way to unwind after commuting to and from work everyday has turned into a community movement to keep his neighborhood of Cal Heights as trash-free as he can. The Grunion video team tagged along with Royce during his weekly clean up with the Cal Heights Clea…
Long Beach's Development Services Department has released a notice that it plans to file a "Mitigated Negative Declaration" to cover environmental issues related to Carnival Cruise Lines' expansion of the dock next to the Long Beach Cruise Terminal.
A family outing to the Aquarium of the Pacific last month turned from fun to frustration when Darren Grosch returned to the parking garage to find his car gone.
Long Beach's Harbor Department has moved into a new headquarters building downtown, and the Harbor Commission has moved its meeting time back to the afternoon.
Rescue crews so far have recovered 20 bodies while seeing another four to six in the wreckage of the Conception that caught fire early Monday near Santa Cruz Island and sank in one of California’s worst boating incidents in history, with 34 presumed dead.
Editor's Note: September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. We sent Amy Orr to Jonathan Jaques Children's Cancer Institute to get the story from the inside.
A commercial dive boat with 39 passengers and crew members aboard was engulfed in flames early Monday and sunk hours later near the Santa Cruz Island shoreline off the Ventura County coast, officials said. Authorities confirmed eight deaths, with more than two dozen people still missing at sea.
Assemblyman Patrick O'Donnell and Third District Councilwoman Suzie Price are combining forces to host a concert and meet-n-greet Friday, Sept. 6, at Marine Stadium Park.