Hello, Long Beach residents! It’s me again, your host for the Long Beach Daily.
Long Beach lost a 35-year-old man and a 46-year-old man to homicides. Also that artificial grass opening ceremony has not gone unnoticed by critics.
First of all, the weather forecast for the day:
Sun and areas of high cloud. High: 82 Low: 64.
Here are the best stories today in Long Beach:
- The last filming occurred “near the intersection of 14th Street and Olive Avenue. “A 35-year-old man was shot several times. The suspect fled. If you have any information, please contact homicide detectives Eric Thai or Juan Carlos Reyes at 562-570-7244. (KTLA)
- And, we had a stab “near Linden Avenue and Harding StreetIn broad daylight, a 46-year-old homeless man is the victim. Statements suggest the victim and a “thin middle-aged man” had an argument which escalated. If you have any information, please call the Homicide Department. detectives Ethan Shear or Michael Hutchinson at 562-570-7244. (LB station)
- The inauguration of the new artificial turf soccer field in El Dorado West Park was not without protests. While a board member Stacy Mungo Highlighted the importance of parks, critics viewed the $ 3.1 million expenditure as an example of the current council’s “misplaced priorities amid the city’s other needs.” Were present in particular Gerrie Schipske, who is running for the post of Mungo, Corliss lee, president of Eastside Voice, and Anne Cantell of citizens on responsible planning. (LBReport)
- The gun buyback event hosted by the LBPD took 250 firearms off the streets. The officers consider it a successful event. There is no information yet if there will be another soon. (@LBPD)
- The crew of fire station 14 participates in Breast Cancer Awareness Month. They are wear pink. Yes, even guys. (@LBFD)
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Today in Long Beach:
Long Beach Notebook
- City of Long Beach: The city of Long Beach has issued an official statement regarding the oil spill affecting parts of coastal Orange County. At this point, the beaches and swimming areas of Long Beach are not affected. (Facebook)
- City of Long Beach: A little reminder that next weekend (October 9-10) is the Long Beach Marathon, and there is still time to register! (Facebook)
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