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  • YAHOO!
    The new coronavirus continues to plague Long Beach, and has lead to a complete disruption in everyday life for many residents of the Barrier Island. As of April 16, there were more than 450 confirmed cases of the coronavirus on the Barrier Island: 386 in Long Beach,
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  • Los Angeles Times
    The others are outfielder Seth Nelson (San Jose State), infielder Luke Chung (Long Beach State), third baseman Ely Stuart (UC Riverside) and catcher Anthony Marquez (Chico State). Tosti, a sophomore, led the team with a .429 batting average. He also showcased his speed with three triples and eight stolen bases in 21 games played. Bennett hit
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  • KTLA
    (Race information was available for only 390 of the county’s total of 455 coronavirus patients who have died and exclude cases from Pasadena and Long Beach, which have their own public health agencies.) African Americans account for only 9% of the L.A. County’s population. The county’s public health director, Dr. Barbara Ferrer ...
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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. What would ...
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  • KTLA
    Hustley at 626-384-5616. Tips may also be submitted anonymously to L.A. Regional Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477. 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. What would normally be broad ...
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  • KTLA
    Since funds are unlimited, it’s unclear how many people will ultimately benefit. 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. What would normally be broad constitutional protections ...
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  • KTLA
    No information regarding the cause was available. 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. What would normally be broad constitutional protections for freedoms of assembly ...
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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 the virus. What would normally be broad constitutional protections for freedoms of assembly, religion — even buying guns — have their limits when ...
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  • Orange County Register
    Boeing is looking to shed another large piece of property near the Long Beach Airport. The aerospace giant listed eight parcels comprising a 78-acre site, just north of the airport, for sale earlier this month, a company representative confirmed to the Southern California News Group. “Boeing is taking steps to reduce underutilized space at ...
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  • Orange County Register
    It’s the mid-April in Long Beach. The weather is perfect, a balmy 66 degrees. The city, with its panoramic ocean vistas, has never looked more beautiful. But something is missing; everything is strangely quiet, eerily so. But it was not to be. The coronavirus crisis forced this year’s event, set to begin Friday, April 17, to shut down ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    He was the executive director of Being Alive, a nonprofit that provides health and mental health services for HIV-positive people in West Hollywood. Bowie, who lived in Long Beach for three decades before moving to Lakewood in the fall, formerly led the Long Beach AIDS Foundation. “He was a kind and compassionate person who dedicated his life ...
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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. What would ...
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  • Hoodline on MSN.com
    Here's a rundown of top affordable dessert spots in the city, with ratings, photos and more. Did your favorite make the cut?
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  • Los Angeles Times
    Southern California airports will receive more than $408 million, led by Los Angeles International with $323.6 million. Hollywood Burbank Airport is slated to get nearly $21.1 million and Long Beach Airport $18.4 million. The money is part of the newly created Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act airport grant program. The funding ...
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  • Orange County Register
    Coronavirus cuts into Air Force Academy tradition, not mission Record 22 million have sought U.S. jobless aid since coronavirus outbreak With workload at LA-area hospitals stabilizing, Navy hospital ship Mercy might scale back mission Coronavirus treatment testing program begins at MemorialCare Long Beach Medical Center Cal State Fullerton ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    She was born in Long Beach and went to Long Beach Poly High and Cal State Los Angeles. She is a true pioneer in women’s sports and is currently a part owner of the Dodgers. King is an advocate for gender equality and has long been an advocate for equality and social justice. How she got here: Defeated Rob Blake in the first round, 81%-19%.
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  • Los Angeles Times
    The tests, he said, will help L.A. move “from crisis to recovery.” Managing outbreaks in long-term care facilities, where older patients with underlying health conditions are among the most vulnerable, remains a priority, Long Beach officials said Wednesday, noting that of the city’s 18 COVID-19 deaths, 13 have been associated with long ...
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  • Orange County Register
    Four coronavirus patients at MemorialCare Long Beach Medical Center are some of the first on the West Coast to participate in a program evaluating a potential treatment for the virus. Gilead Sciences, a biotechnology company based in the Bay Area, recently selected the Long Beach hospital for a program using the antiviral medication Remdesivir ...
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  • KTLA
    An attorney for Huizar declined to comment. With 72% of Long Beach’s COVID-19-related deaths in nursing homes and long-term care facilities, the city on Wednesday issued a new health order that requires the institutions to immediately follow a tough set of protocols to slow the spread. Of Long Beach’s 18 deaths, 13 have involved residents ...
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  • Orange County Register
    “(We) are planning on doing our best to hold save it as best we can until there’s more information as to what’s to come, or a more immediate need for it to be used,” said Gallardo, 29, of Long Beach. Both work in the arts — he as a musician, she as a painter — and already worked from home, he said. Getting materials to work with is ...
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