Starbucks workers at a unionized store in Lakewood have been striking since 4 a.m. this morning, shutting the store down completely over claims of unfair labor practices by the company on a local and nationwide scale. The post Starbucks workers in Lakewood go on strike over claims of unfair labor practices appeared first on Long Beach Post.
Recall organizers needed to gather nearly 570,000 valid petition signatures to schedule an election. But county officials found only about 520,000 were valid, well below the threshold, after disqualifying nearly 200,000 signatures turned in. The post Gascón recall election fails to make ballot appeared first on Long Beach Post.
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Cartel activity, including the burning of dozens of vehicles, kept Carnival Radiance passengers on board and off the shores of Ensenada. The post Carnival cruise from Long Beach cancels Ensenada port call due to turmoil in Mexico appeared first on Long Beach Post.
The new restaurants features Hawaiian barbecue mainstays that fuse flavors and traditions. The post Hawaiian barbecue fusion restaurant, Shootz, opens at Uptown Commons appeared first on Long Beach Post.
In a rare move, commissioners voted to revoke a boat owner's permit to dock at the city facility after almost 20 calls to police or marine safety officials. The post Long Beach kicks boat out of Shoreline Marina after rash of police calls, disturbances appeared first on Long Beach Post.
Long Beach Airport passenger volumes were within 4% of pre-pandemic levels last month, while volumes nationwide remained more than 12% below their 2019 levels. The post Long Beach Airport passenger volumes within 10% of pre-pandemic levels for 5th consecutive month appeared first on Long Beach Post.
The victim told police the attacker stabbed him and then tried to take his necklace Sunday night. The post Man stabbed during attempted robbery on beach bike path, police say appeared first on Long Beach Post.
Officials discovered a leak in the 36-mile Upper Feeder pipeline, which delivers water from the Colorado River to Southern California, earlier this year. The post Pipeline repair prompts calls to suspend all outdoor watering for 15 days next month appeared first on Long Beach Post.
Police said the single-car crash happened around 7 p.m. Sunday. The post Driver dead after crashing into fence on 7th Street, police say appeared first on Long Beach Post.
Police say the man was trying to break up a crowd that formed after an altercation along a busy stretch of bars and restaurants near Pine Avenue and Third Street. The post Man arrested for shooting into air to disperse crowd in Downtown, police say appeared first on Long Beach Post.
"Mr. Dominguez's family is very concerned for his well-being," the sheriff's department said in a statement. The post LASD asks for help finding 35-year-old man who went missing from Norwalk appeared first on Long Beach Post.
“It's a program of caring, kindness and compassion, in the sense that young people need those extra support systems in order to stay in school, go to school every day, graduate, and go on to college." The post With creativity and technology, Long Beach YMCA’s Youth Institute keeps kids on a path to success appeared first on Long Beach Post.
The home, built in 1949, was originally designed to be constructed around an electric organ. The post A once-‘organ-ized’ Los Cerritos home now offers silence and space appeared first on Long Beach Post.
After 32 consecutive years at Rainbow Lagoon Park, the popular jazz festival was forced to take a hiatus due to COVID-19, but returned this year. The post IN PHOTOS: Jazz Festival returns to Downtown Long Beach appeared first on Long Beach Post.
The Miami-based cruise line also announced that starting Sept. 6, vaccinated passengers sailing on voyages of less than 16 days will no longer have to test before boarding. The post Carnival Cruises lifts vaccination requirement for passengers appeared first on Long Beach Post.
A handful of California cities and counties would operate supervised injection sites if Gov. Gavin Newsom signs the legislation. The details of how the centers operate will be largely up to local officials. The post Supervised drug injection sites could soon pop up in California. How will they work? appeared first on Long Beach Post.
Over 200 vendors from across Southern California will come together in the Long Beach City College Pacific Coast Campus parking lot this Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The post At this market, street vendors can work without fear; this Sunday it’s coming to Long Beach appeared first on Long Beach Post.
Huntley dedicated 50 years to being a Long Beach Little League coach, umpire and member of the Board of Directors. He suffered a stroke earlier this year, and a GoFundMe has already exceeded its goal. The post Help on the way for Long Beach Little League legend Al Huntley appeared first on Long Beach Post.
Long Beach has plans to spend over $520 million on public projects over the next five years. Here's a look at some of the major projects outlined in the city's spending plan released last week. The post Long Beach plans to spend over half a billion dollars on infrastructure; here’s where it could go appeared first on Long Beach Post.
‘I’d love it to keep going for another 75 years’: Santa Fe Importers celebrates its diamond anniversary
Family-owned for three generations, the deli and market has served Long Beach residents high-quality groceries and to-go meals for three-quarters of a century. The post ‘I’d love it to keep going for another 75 years’: Santa Fe Importers celebrates its diamond anniversary appeared first on Long Beach Post.