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  • Los Angeles Times
    More than 30% of those who have died in Los Angeles County were residents of long-term care facilities; more than 70% of the deaths in Long Beach have been nursing home residents. The California Health Department list names 261 skilled-nursing facilities across the state with more than 3,000 positive cases among residents and staff. The health ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    Besides the perspective given from DeVos, the Director of Financial Aid at Cal State Long Beach Nick Valdivia, felt there may be other reasons for colleges raising their rates. “I believe the general increase in cost of living drives up to cost of higher education. As institutional operational costs increase, more faculty, staff, increasing ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    Roughly 30% of the deaths in the County have occurred in nursing homes. In Long Beach, that number is more than 70%. All of Pasadena’s 16 fatalities have been associated with long-term care facilities. Nursing homes have been a crisis point elsewhere. San Francisco Bay Area prosecutors have opened an investigation into the Gateway Care and ...
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  • Hoodline on MSN.com
    Here's a rundown of top affordable fish and chips outlets in the city, with ratings, photos and more. Did your favorite make the cut?
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  • Los Angeles Times
    Dhushy Sathianathan, vice provost for academic planning at Cal State Long Beach, said coming up with a new, fair admissions standard that doesn’t penalize disadvantaged students will be “a monumental task,” especially since applications for 2021 open in just six months. “We don’t have a lot of time to investigate other options ...
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  • YAHOO!
    The third round of the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series season should have been this weekend at Long Beach. laments this iconic event’s absence from a schedule butchered by the coronavirus.
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  • Press-Telegram
    The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office is seeking more access to officer public records at police departments, and Long Beach could soon join in that effort, officials said Friday. Since a new police transparency law took effect last year, records detailing officer use of force and misconduct throughout the state have come to light.
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  • Orange County Register
    I’ve also had good hygiene but am now much more conscientious about washing my hands mindfully.” — Lauren Williams, 33, Long Beach “Regular folks out biking, walking, and enjoying the streets thanks to them being safer for biking and walking due to there being fewer people driving.” — Marc Perkins, 43, Costa Mesa Chef Jude Mull of ...
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  • Orange County Register
    Belarde, a high school All-American, is headed to the University of Utah. Taylor is going to Fairfield University, Denhart to Southern Utah, Sellers to Long Beach State (as a student) and Riddle to Boise State (as a student). They are close, Griffins coach Rob Weil said. “All six of those kids were very tight-knit,” he said. “They’re ...
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  • Press-Telegram
    Two more Long Beach residents have died after testing positive for the coronavirus, officials announced Friday, April 17, bringing the city’s death toll so far to 20 people. Both of the latest deaths were linked to long-term care facilities, according to a city statement. The number of deaths associated with those locations is now 15.
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  • Orange County Register
    Two adults and a juvenile were in custody Friday afternoon after police say they tried to evade officers during a pursuit that started in Garden Grove and ended with a crash in Long Beach. At about 10:30 a.m., Garden Grove officers started following a car believed to have been stolen, Garden Grove Lt. Carl Whitney said. When the car didn’t ...
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  • Hoodline on MSN.com
    Start your day off right by browsing through cuddly canines! There are dozens of dogs up for adoption right here in Long Beach. Hoodline partnered with Petfinder, an online adoption site that lists “more than 315,
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  • BroadwayWorld
    Rock-reggae pioneers Long Beach Dub Allstars are back with another new single entitled "Make A Name" from their upcoming Cameron Webb (NOFX, Mad Caddies) produced self-titled album, which is scheduled for a May 29th release via Regime Music Group. Listen to Long Beach Dub Allstars "Make A Name" below! "The riff was written by Aaron Owens and we ...
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  • Orange County Register
    “This is devastating to independent comic book creators on so many levels,” he says of the overall picture for sales this year. Los Angeles Comic Con and Long Beach Comic Con appear to still be on schedule, per their websites. Both are planned for September. At press time, some summer extravaganzas, like Anime Expo in Los Angeles and San ...
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  • Orange County Register
    The CSU system is headquartered in Long Beach and has campuses in Los Angeles, Northridge, Carson, Pomona, San Bernardino and Fullerton, among other cities across the state. News of the decision came two weeks after the University of California system announced a similar change for its fall 2021 admissions process. The temporary relaxation of ...
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  • Business Wire
    LONG BEACH, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Farmers & Merchants Bank of Long Beach (“F&M” or the “Bank”) (OTCQB: FMBL) today reported financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2020, and announced that its board of directors has authorized the Bank to repurchase up to $20 million of its common stock as part of a new stock ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    “If it’s my time to die, it’s my time to die,” he said. “Mask or no mask, it won’t matter.” (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times) A man wearing a mask walks along Anaheim Street in Long Beach. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has announced an order requiring all residents to wear a face covering when visiting the majority of essential ...
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  • KTLA
    LAX is the number one busiest airport in this country of origination and destination, he said during a news conference Thursday. A an Orange County nurse is on the road to recovery and resting at home in Long Beach after a battle with COVID-19 landed him in an intensive-care unit. Jason Joros, 31, nearly lost his life to the virus.
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  • KTLA
    A an Orange County nurse is on the road to recovery and resting at home in Long Beach after a battle with COVID-19 landed him in an intensive-care unit. Jason Joros, 31, nearly lost his life to ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    Roughly 30% of the deaths in L.A. County have occurred in nursing homes. In Long Beach, that number is more than 70%. All of Pasadena’s 16 fatalities have been associated with long-term care facilities. Nursing homes have been a crisis point elsewhere. Bay Area prosecutors have opened an investigation into the Gateway Care and Rehabilitation ...
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