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To combat youth challenges, Long Beach City Council approves proposal for youth development plan

Long Beach City Council approved and confirmed the proposed citywide Strategic Plan for Youth and Emerging Adults, a plan that’s been in development since 2019.

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A medida que aumentan los tiroteos en Long Beach, el consejo municipal busca soluciones para abordar los delitos violentos

El concejo municipal de Long Beach abordó la preocupación pública por el aumento de las tasas de delitos violentos y de calidad-de-vida observadas el año pasado.

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CSU Center to Close Opportunity Gaps finds its home at CSULB

The California State University held its virtual launch Tuesday morning for the CSU Center to Close Opportunity Gaps that intends to eliminate equity gaps found in education. Currently in development, the program was chosen to be hosted at Long Beach State’s campus.

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Long Beach State installs $3 million worth of door lock renovations

As the majority of students attend classes from home, Long Beach State moves forward with $3 million door lock renovations in response to raised concerns over student and staff safety.

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What’s on the 2020 ballot: propositions

A guide to 2020 election propositions.

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Amazon@the Beach Hub Locker avoids closure, remains open as essential service

While Long Beach State continues with virtual instruction for the 2020-21 academic year, the on-campus Amazon@the Beach Hub Locker remains open for the community to receive essential items amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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What’s on the 2020 ballot: candidates

A guide to the 2020 election ballot

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Long Beach city council votes on new budget, LBPD faces only 5% in cuts

Long Beach City Council voted to adopt a $2.6 billion budget for the 2021 fiscal year Tuesday night, but some residents were still left feeling unsettled by the lack of cuts to the Long Beach Police Department.

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IN PHOTOS: People swarm beaches for Labor Day weekend, defy county orders

As Labor Day Weekend kicked off, Long Beach residents flocked to Mother’s Beach Marine Park on Saturday against county health officials’ warnings.

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Xochilt’s Weekend Report

A summarized weekend report of activities and events happening in Long Beach. Voiced, scripted, and produced by Xochilt Andrade