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Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia focuses on lowering crime rates through new justice lab

Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia focuses on lowering crime rates through new justice lab

James Chow, Assistant News Editor

January 10, 2018

Filed under Events, Long Beach, News, Today

Seconds before a symphony of applause filled the auditorium, bright lights shined on Mayor Robert Garcia of Long Beach. The stage was his. He commandeered his audience and, with confidence said: “Th...

Water in the works at CSULB

Water in the works at CSULB

December 10, 2017

After three weeks of bagged hydration stations and taped-off water fountains, the culprit behind the lead contamination in the McIntosh Humanities Building was discovered to be the fountains themselves....

Long Beach activists protest possible net neutrality repeal

Long Beach activists protest possible net neutrality repeal

December 9, 2017

As the sun rose over the Lakewood Center, a tired Verizon employee made his way to unlock the store and begin another day, but not before walking through a crowd of picketers taking aim at the telecommunicati...

The homeless in Long Beach will have a place to stay this winter season

The homeless in Long Beach will have a place to stay this winter season

Cris Rivera, Staff Writer

December 6, 2017

Filed under Long Beach, News, Today

While chilly nights this December remind Long Beach residents of upcoming holidays and festivities, for the homeless, cold nights make it difficult to survive living on the streets. In a unanimous 9-0 v...

Long Beach Mayor endorses Gavin Newsom

Long Beach Mayor endorses Gavin Newsom

December 3, 2017

In back of a small record store in Long Beach called Fingerprints Music, Mayor Robert Garcia met with colleague and Democratic counterpart Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom, in front of members of the L...

All Belmont Shore wants for Christmas is you

All Belmont Shore wants for Christmas is you

December 3, 2017

It was beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Belmont Shore Saturday night, as artificial snow fell on a not-so-winter wonderland while children danced in the streets like visions of sugar plum fairies. With...

UPD keep students and faculty safe responding to multiple calls for service

UPD keep students and faculty safe responding to multiple calls for service

Payton Cōplin, Staff Writer

December 3, 2017

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

K-9 sweep - University Police received a call for service regarding a patrol sweep at 10:15 a.m. on Nov. 15. UPD’s K-9 Avery who is trained in explosive device detection, conducted a thorough sweep ...

Death threat suspect still awaiting trial

Mac Walby, Managing Editor

November 29, 2017

Filed under Long Beach, News, Today

Just over a month after being reported to University Police Department by members of La Raza Student Association, 40-year-old Christopher David Cook was booked into the Long Beach City Jail according to the CSULB Newsroom. “[The suspect was] taken into custody without incident today after complex and methodical investigation that began in September,” said Fernando Solorzano, chief of university police, in a statement. ...