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Long Beach Announces Funding for Businesses and Nonprofits

The City Manager’s Office is working with Long Beach City Council and other city departments to create programs for the community and businesses.

Public Health Recommends Testing for Individuals Possibly Exposed to COVID-19 and Closely Monitors Data After Labor Day Weekend

Public Health is carefully monitoring data over the next couple of weeks to see the impact of the holiday weekend on the transmission of the virus across County communities and recommends testing for individuals possibly exposed to COVID-19.

Murder Investigation And Arrest 10th St. and Cherry Ave.

Long Beach Police Officers responded to a report of shots fired in front of a residence in the area of 10th Street and Cherry Ave.

Gov. Newsom Signs Bills to Support Small Businesses Grappling with Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic, Bolster Economic Recovery

California small businesses are drivers of economic growth – creating two-thirds of new jobs and employing nearly half of all private sector employees.

How to Vote in the Presidential General Election

Once you confirm you are registered to vote and your information is up-to-date, you can make a plan to vote in the Presidential General Election.

POLA, And Other Groups Donate 75,000 Masks To United Farm Workers

United Farm Workers of America, represents farm workers and is actively advocating for the health and safety of all farm workers who continue to work outdoors amid the pandemic, wildfire smoke and extreme heat.

Gov. Newsom Announces Housing Is Key Campaign to Inform Californians About State’s New Tenant and Landlord Protections

The “Housing is Key” campaign is aimed at connecting renters and landlords experiencing economic hardship due to COVID-19 with helpful information and resources.

Public Health Revises Health Officer Order to Allow Schools K-12 to Offer Services for Students Most in Need of In-Person Learning

Order allows schools K-12 to offer services for students most in need of In-person learning.

Governor Newsom Unveils Blueprint for a Safer Economy, a Statewide, Stringent and Slow Plan for Living with COVID-19

The Blueprint builds on lessons learned from the first six months of the disease – and the new scientific understanding that has been collected – to create a new system for regulating movement and COVID-19 transmissions.

LA County kicks off “L.A. vs. Hate” initiative to report and end hate by calling 2-1-1

Through this virtual medium, the campaign builds understanding within individual, diverse communities about what constitutes hate and how to report it.

Gov. Newsom Announces Plan to Double COVID-19 Testing

The state intends to disrupt the COVID-19 testing marketplace and drive down costs.

Lobbyist Agrees to Plead Guilty in City Hall Bribery Scheme in Which Jose Huizar Supported Developer in Exchange for PAC Donations

Court documents also outline how Goldman secured commitments from Company M to contribute to PACs at Huizar’s request prior to September 2018.

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During Climate Week 2020, Gov. Newsom to Host California Climate Action Day Highlighting California’s Global Leadership

The series of virtual conversations will cover topics including building the state’s climate resilience, implementing climate policies in an equitable way, aligning financial decision-making with climate realities and other subjects.

Earthquake Damage In San Pedro

Earthquake brought flooding near Weymouth corners.

Long Beach Convention Center will serve as LA County Vote Center

Every Vote Center will be open every day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. during the early voting period.

Environmental Films Discussion Magnifies Need For Diplomacy

Thebaut aligns with the use of solar wind and tidal energy, even nuclear power is a clean energy. As a regional environmental planner he created numerous environmental impact statements and planning studies under the national and state environmental policy act. He said we must have the technologies to create mitigating measures and the knowledge on how we can mitigate the impact.