Daily 49er

Crime blotter: Hit and run, welfare check, duck hurt

Matt Simon, Staff Writer

May 3, 2016

Filed under Campus, Crime, Long Beach, News, Today

Duck down University Police received a call about a duck near the Parkside Commons that broke its leg on Sunday at 3 p.m. When animal control arrived to assist, the duck was able to fly and was not taken in.   Where’s my money? A 19-year-old male student reported that his wallet was removed from a secured locker in the Student Recreational Center last Friday. When the student found his wallet he discovered tha...

CSULB Regional Intelligence Report says U.S. economy slowly but surely growing

Taryn Sauer, Staff Writer

May 2, 2016

Filed under Campus, CSU, Long Beach, News, Today

Despite all the hullabaloo surrounding the U.S. economy, the state of commerce seems to be slowly making a comeback. Although retail sales barely crept upward by the end of 2015, consumer spending was at its strongest since the Great Recession, according to the Regional Intelligence Report released by Cal State Long Beach last week. According to the report, last year saw a record high in automobile purchases. Coupl...

You can still TAP that

Grester Celis-Acosta, Staff Writer

May 2, 2016

Filed under Campus, Long Beach, News, Today

Starting today, students who will not be attending the summer semester can go to the cashier’s office located at Brotman Hall and receive a TAP card extension without applying for the reduced Long Beach Transit student rate. The TAP card extension costs $100 and is also eligible for campus employees. People who get the extension will receive unlimited rides for an estimated three months with no application required. ...

Family demands CSULB help return deported man

Family demands CSULB help return deported man

May 1, 2016

The wife and son of José Alvarez, the man who was deported after being held at the Cal State Long Beach University Police substation, demanded that CSULB help to bring Alvarez back to Long Beach at a...

CSULB police chief issues first ICE directive

CSULB police chief issues first ICE directive

April 29, 2016

Immigration and Customs Enforcement aren’t likely to come back to Cal State Long Beach after a new directive issued Wednesday by CSULB Chief of Police Fernando Solorzano. The University Police Department will not co...

Crime Blotter: Misdemeanor arrests and mental evaluation

Crime Blotter: Misdemeanor arrests and mental evaluation

April 27, 2016

Trio cited after traffic stop After stopping a vehicle for traveling at an unsafe speed last Thursday, a University Police sergeant suspected the vehicle may have been related to a different report of ...

Congressman condemns deportation

Congressman condemns deportation

April 25, 2016

Rep. Alan Lowenthal, D–Long Beach, said the recent incident where José Alvarez was deported after being detained in the Cal State Long Beach University Police substation should have never happened in a...

Man deported for 21-year-old drug offense by CSULB PD

Man deported for 21-year-old drug offense by CSULB PD

April 25, 2016

TIJUANA, Mexico — On the outer edge of the city, up a series of pitted dirt roads, José Alvarez waits alone in an unfurnished duplex. The only kitchen appliances are a mini fridge raised off the floor...