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Long Beach says sea-level rise will bring dire flooding to some neighborhoods

Rising sea levels are not only going to increasingly flood parts of Long Beach, but could leave the most vulnerable neighborhoods uninhabitable within a generation or two, according to a city presentation Monday night that drew more 300 residents concerned about the city’s — and their own — future. “Residents can continue living on Naples and the Peninsula for several decades as long as you’re willing to experience occasional flooding,” said Jerry Schubel, a marine scientist and CEO of the Aquar...
Tags: News, California, Environment, Sport, Soccer, United States, Long Beach, Pacific, Pacific Coast Highway, Naples, Beaches, Southern California, Peninsula, Murrin, Alamitos Bay, State Lands Commission


Amir Khan: 'Couldn't say no' to Terence Crawford fight

Britain's Amir Khan says he "couldn't say no" to fighting undefeated WBO world welterweight champion Terence Crawford in the United States in April.
Tags: Sport, Britain, United States, Amir Khan, Terence Crawford


You can stream the Super Bowl online for free — here's how

Super Bowl LIII is on Sunday, February 3. The game starts at 6:30 p.m. ET.  It's possible to stream the game online from your phone, tablet, browser, Roku TV, or Chromecast from the CBS or Yahoo apps. There are also Super Bowl streaming options for football fans living outside the United States.  Read all of Business Insider's Super Bowl LIII coverage here. It's easy to stream the Super Bowl even if you don't have a cable or satellite subscription. It's airing on CBS over-the-air and it's als...
Tags: UK, Yahoo, US, New Orleans Saints, NFL, Trends, Bbc, Canada, United States, Cbs, Tom Brady, Kansas City Chiefs, Atlanta Georgia, LA Rams, CTV, Apple TV Google Chromecast Amazon Fire TV


More than 2,100 new Americans take oath of allegiance in Ontario

Immigrant Bertha Perez (left), 75 from Mexico City, applauds after officially becoming a United States citizen as her son Julio (right), also a United States citizen, sits next to her during the first of two U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services naturalization ceremonies at the Ontario Convention Center on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019. Over 2,100 immigrants, with the most coming from Mexico, the Philippines, China, El Salvador and South Korea, became United States Citizens. (Photo by Will Lester,...
Tags: South Korea, Politics, Mexico, Sport, Soccer, United States, Philippines, Mexico City, Local News, Ontario, Ventura, U S Citizenship and Immigration Services, Sheri Pym, Julio, Ontario Convention Center, National Politics


Team USA Takes Silver at Women’s U18 World: A Post-Mortem

Team USA took the silver medal at the Women’s World U18 championships over the weekend after a heart-breaking 3-2 overtime defeat against rival Canada. The loss snapped a string of four consecutive gold medals in the event, and ended a run of US dominance in every major international tournament dating back to the 2014 Four Nations Cup. Overall, it was a successful tournament for the United States, which won their first four games of the tournament with relative ease, before falling to Cana...
Tags: Japan, Usa, US, Sport, Canada, United States, Hockey, Murphy, Team USA, Winn, Chris Dilks, Madeline Wethington, Makenna Webster, Abbey Murphy, Maggie Nicholson, Caroline Harvey


DACA recipients being allowed to travel outside U.S. was stopped by Trump. Now they want it back

His mother was dying and he was desperate. So Dario Guerrero Meneses took her to Mexico for an experimental treatment. Guerrero, a DACA recipient, had applied for permission to leave the U.S., but, eager to save his mother, didn’t wait for the answer. That move cost the Long Beach resident, then a student at Harvard University, the immigration status that gave him temporary relief from the fear of deportation. The government figured he self-deported. Guerrero was eventually allowed back into the...
Tags: Obama, Congress, Australia, California, Washington, Mexico, Los Angeles, Barack Obama, Sport, Harvard, Soccer, United States, Harvard University, Washington Dc, Mexico City, Long Beach


DACA recipients from SoCal go to D.C. with a request: Can we travel?

His mother was dying and he was desperate. So Dario Guerrero Meneses took her to Mexico for an experimental treatment. Guerrero, a DACA recipient, had applied for permission to leave the U.S., but, eager to save his mother, didn’t wait for the answer. That move cost the Long Beach resident, then a student at Harvard University, the immigration status that gave him temporary relief from the fear of deportation. The government figured he self-deported. Guerrero was eventually allowed back into the...
Tags: Obama, Congress, Australia, California, Washington, Mexico, Los Angeles, Barack Obama, Sport, Harvard, Soccer, United States, Harvard University, Washington Dc, Mexico City, Long Beach


Former UCLA water polo coach, Long Beach State All-American Bob Horn dead at 87

Former Long Beach State aquatics All-American and longtime UCLA swim and water polo coach Bob Horn died Friday after a long illness. He was 87. Coach Bob Horn in 1979. Photo: Courtesy UCLA athletics Whether it was his days as a player or as coach, Horn was a titan of the water polo and swimming scene, not just in Southern California but nationwide. “He’s one of the dominant figures in water polo history,” said former USA water polo president Rich Foster. “Just the combination of his athletic...
Tags: Usa, News, Minnesota, Australia, Oregon, Sports, Sport, Rome, Soccer, United States, Long Beach, College sports, Ncaa, Bob, Local News, Dorothy


‘America’s Got Talent’ takes on the world with new ‘Champions’ season

Singer Susan Boyle on “America’s Got Talent – The Champions.” (Photo by Trae Patton/NBC) Sword swallower Alex Magala of Los Angeles by way of Moldova on “America’s Got Talent – The Champions.” (Photo by Trae Patton/NBC) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Judges Howie Mandel, Mel B and Simon Cowell on “America’s Got Talent – The Champions.” (Photo by Trae Patton/NBC) Juggler Viktor Kee on “America’s Got Talent – The Champions.” (Photo by Trae Patton/NBC) Judges Howie Ma...
Tags: TV, California, La, Russia, NFL, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Ukraine, Things To Do, Britain, Soccer, United States, South Africa, Long Beach, Simon Cowell


PSG's Neymar: U.S. starlet Timothy Weah can be one of Europe's top attackers

ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Mark Ogden weigh in on American Timothy Weah's loan move to Celtic from PSG. PSG's Timothy Weah explains how his loan move to Scottish side Celtic came about. Paris Saint-Germain superstar Neymar has backed new Celtic signing Tim Weah to develop into "one of the top attacking players in Europe" after he joined the Scottish giants on loan earlier this month. Weah, 18, joined Celtic on an initial six-month loan deal last week and extended his P...
Tags: Europe, Football, Sport, Story, United States, Celtic, Paris Saint Germain, Mark Ogden, Espn, Psg, Neymar, French Ligue 1, Craig Burley, PSG PSG, Timothy Weah, Weah


With LAUSD’s teachers ready to strike, Southern California school districts are watching

As nearly 30,000 teachers stand ready to take to the picket lines in the Los Angeles Unified School district on Monday, districts from the Inland Empire to Orange County will be watching. The strike might not inspire copycats, but the issues that have been brewing in L.A. —from class size to salary to the growth of charter schools to rising pension costs — are ringing familiar in places like San Bernardino, Santa Ana, San Gabriel Valley and other districts that neighbor the nation’s second large...
Tags: News, Education, California, La, Los Angeles, West Virginia, Sport, Soccer, United States, Lausd, Local News, Orange County, Southern California, San Pedro, San Bernardino, U S Supreme Court


25 years after the Northridge earthquake, another one could hit ‘any time.’ Are we safer?

A quarter century has passed, but David Miller will never forget the sound. “It was like there was a freight train under my house,” he said, recalling the moment 25 years ago Thursday, Jan. 17, when the Earth’s plates suddenly slipped along a previously unknown fault 11 miles beneath his Prairie Street home in Northridge. Firefighters work to free trapped residents at the Northridge Meadows Apartments on Reseda Blvd in Northridge CA. (Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Firefighters examine the ...
Tags: Japan, News, California, Oregon, Kaiser Permanente, La, China, Los Angeles, Sport, Earth, David, Soccer, United States, Fema, Earthquakes, Long Beach


Supercoppa controversy rages over Saudi Arabia’s treatment of women

Protests over the decision to hold the Italian Super Cup in Jeddah have grown since murder of Jamal Khashoggi in OctoberWhen, early last June, the Italian football league agreed a €20m deal to play three of the next five Italian super cups in Saudi Arabia, it provoked very little controversy. This is, after all, a trophy that has frequently been decided on foreign soil, sometimes in quite unlikely locations.In 2002, the year that Colonel Muammar Gaddafi bought 6.4m shares in Juventus, the Superc...
Tags: Europe, Milan, Saudi Arabia, China, Football, Qatar, Sport, World news, United States, Middle East and North Africa, European club football, Italy, Serie A, Muammar Gaddafi, Juventus, Parma


Third World Country ?

HOW'S DA ECONOMY ? Do You Notice ? watch inflation grow THE GIANT EXPORT MACHINE -------    .. While the economic model in the United States concentrates on hoarding patents and developing products in a 2 - 3 year cycle, the eastern model is open source and, copy and, improve products in a weekly or monthly cycle... As we whine and litigate rather than compete, both India and China are poised to boast economies larger than the United States in the next 10 year...
Tags: Asia, Mexico, China, Germany, India, Time, America, Sport, United States, Sony, Chrysler, Fishing, Nikon, Lockheed, Canon, Rod


More than 1,000 bid farewell to Southern California real estate icon Bruce Mulhearn

  A bagpiper plays as hundreds gathered to celebrate the life of Bruce Mulhearn in Long Beach on Saturday, January. 12, 2019. Mulhearn who passed away December 26, at the age of 80 was president of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties and a dominant figure in Southern California’s real estate industry. (Photo by Brittany Murray, Press-Telegram/SCNG) Tomazina Mulhearn accepts the flag honoring her husband as hundreds gathered to celebrate the life of Bruce Mulhearn in Long ...
Tags: Real Estate, England, California, Scotland, Uncategorized, Sport, Soccer, United States, Newcastle, Long Beach, Obituary, Local News, Rush, Southern California, Robert Burns, Kirk


The Middle Kingdom and the U.S. economy

In the poker match between President Donald Trump and China’s new all-but-emperor, Xi Jinping, it’s widely assumed that Xi holds the best hand. Yet President Xi’s hand may not be as awesome as it appears, while the United States, even under this very flawed president, may hold some fine cards. Of course, Xi wields power in a way that Trump could only dream about. He has close to total control over the media, academia and the business community. In a way not seen in my over three decades of trave...
Tags: Japan, Obama, Opinion, China, America, Sport, European Union, Soccer, United States, Xi Jinping, House Of Representatives, Houston, Donald Trump, Pacific, Trump, Xi


Women’s World U18 Gold Medal Game Preview: USA vs. Canada

What: Team USA vs. Team Canada for the the gold medal at the Women’s World U18 Championships When: 3am EST How to watch; Free stream located here. This is the 12th year the IIHF has sponsored the Women’s World U18s. In 10 of the previous 11 tournaments, the United States has met Canada in the gold medal game. The lone exception was last year, when a string of weird results on the first day of the preliminary round meant that the United States faced in a nail-biter shootout in the semifinal...
Tags: Usa, US, Sport, Canada, United States, Finland, Hockey, Team USA, Kirk, Cote, Team Canada, IIHF, Gosling, Chris Dilks, MacEachern, Abbey Murphy


Rangers Prospect K’Andre Miller Developing Nicely

It’s been about a week since the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championships that saw Finland earn gold after defeating the United States 3-2. The U.S did exceptionally well, dropping one preliminary game to Sweden in overtime before eventually earning silver in the final contest. On that 23-player roster for the U.S. National Junior Team was New York Rangers defense prospect K’Andre Miller. According to TSN, the 2018 22nd overall draft pick finished the tournament with one assist and seven shots on go...
Tags: Sweden, Minnesota, Sport, United States, Wisconsin, Finland, Rangers, Ncaa, Kazakhstan, Hockey, NHL, Miller, Badgers, University Of Wisconsin, TSN, Penn State


A man usually tells you to walk, not a woman, because of frequency not sexism

Q. Where I live they have been changing the crosswalk buttons to these fancy new ones that beep, flash and talk to you. Why are all of the voices men’s voices? Isn’t this the age of equality? – Patrick Shane, North Tustin A. Patrick lives in unincorporated county territory, near the city of Tustin. After getting some specifics on the traffic signals, he and Honk agreed the city would be best to ask, as at least some of these new-school devices are in Tustin. Krys Saldivar, the manager of the Tus...
Tags: Facebook, Texas, News, Uncategorized, Sacramento, Atlanta, Sport, Soccer, United States, New York Times, DMV, New Orleans, Detroit, Delta Air Lines, Department of Motor Vehicles, Linda


Team USA Blasts Finland 7-1 in Women’s World U18 Semis

Team USA rolled past Finland by a final score of 7-1 late Friday night to win their semifinal match-up at the Women’s World U18s. A trio of goals by the US in the first half of the first period eliminated whatever slim hopes Finland might have had at pulling off the monstrous upset. The win guarantees at least a silver medal for the United States, extending their streak of winning at least a silver medal at the event to all 12 years the tournament has been played. But moreso, it’s another ...
Tags: Usa, US, Sport, United States, Finland, Hockey, Team USA, Chris Dilks, Hannah Bilka, Casey O'Brien Makenna Webster, Katy Knoll, Skylar Vetter, USA Blasts Finland


U.S. youth Charlie Kelman scores from own half in pro debut in England

United States youth international Charlie Kelman scored from inside his own half on his professional debut in England. Playing for Southend in the third-tier League One, Kelman lobbed the Plymouth goalkeeper in the second minute of stoppage time. But it wasn't enough to prevent Southend losing 3-2 on Saturday. David Beckham? Wayne Rooney? No, this comes from @SkyBetLeagueOne!17-year-old @CharlieKelman0 scores from the halfway line for @SUFCRootsHall =1#EFLonQuest at 9pm... @SUFC_fans @SUFC_...
Tags: England, Football, Sport, Story, United States, Manchester United, David Beckham, Wayne Rooney, Plymouth, Southend, English League One, Chris Powell, Southend United, Kelman, Charlie Kelman


Historical moment at the end of Mexican American War to be re-enacted at North Hollywood’s Campo de Cahuenga

A cannon will be shot off at Sunday’s historical re-enactment at the Campo de Cahuenga in North Hollywood, but it will be in celebration, not as an act of war. The historical performance is being held on the 172nd anniversary of the January 13, 1847, signing of the Capitulation of Cahuenga, the informal treaty that not only led to the end of the Mexica American War, but added California to the United States. The main figures in the re-enactment will be Mexican Governor Andrés Pico on the Califor...
Tags: Asia, California, Sport, History, Britain, Soccer, United States, Monterey, Local News, Rocky Mountains, FREMONT, Oxnard, North Hollywood, John C Fremont, Mexica, Lankershim Blvd


How a group of guys from Moscow became an internationally renowned Chicago tribute band

Leonid Vorobyev says he loved the music of Chicago since the first time he heard the band as a teenager in Russia more than 40 years ago. A choir conductor by training, he’d also played in a handful of casual rock bands and spent 25 years as a recording studio sound engineer, too. So four years ago when Vorobyev approached 60, the age of retirement in Russia, he decided to celebrate by bringing together all the art and craft he’d worked so hard to master and make the best cover of a Chicago song...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Music, Youtube, Russia, New York City, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Moscow, Siberia, Coachella, Soviet Union


ESPN+ picks up US rights to Scottish FA Cup

ESPN’s paid streaming service ESPN+ has added the Scottish FA Cup to its growing list of soccer properties in the United States. The 4th Round of the Scottish Cup kicks off on Friday, January 18... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: US, Sport, Soccer, United States, Espn, Leagues: Scottish Premier League


Women’s U18 Semifinal Preview: USA vs. Finland

Who: USA vs. Finland in the Women’s World U18 semifinals When: 11pm EST Streaming: Free stream here. On Wednesday, I watched through Sweden’s game against the United States trying to get a read on line combinations and style of play from the Swedes, presuming they were a likely semifinal opponent for the Americans. This forethought and diligence all but guaranteed Finland would beat Sweden in the quarterfinals, which they did, in heart-breaking fashion. Evenly-matched all the way through,...
Tags: Japan, Usa, Sweden, US, Sport, Czech Republic, Canada, United States, Switzerland, Finland, Hockey, Sweden Finland, Timonen, Chris Dilks, Laitinen, Holopainen


Federal jury rules government can seize Mongols motorcycle club’s trademark

In a closely watched case with possibly far-reaching legal implications, a federal jury decided Friday that the notorious Mongols motorcycle club must forfeit the logos worn by its members, finding in favor of prosecutors’ novel claim that there is a direct link between the club’s crimes and its well-known, trademarked insignia. The jury’s verdict Friday marked the end of the second phase of a trial, one that focused on forfeiture of assets. Last month, the jury found the club, which was establi...
Tags: News, Minnesota, Sport, Soccer, United States, Courts, Local News, Mongols, Carter, U S Supreme Court, Ninth Circuit, Jesse Ventura, Montebello, Stephen Stubbs, Welk, Top Stories OCR


Tierna Davidson skips senior year at Stanford to go pro

Defender Tierna Davidson has decided to skip her senior season at Stanford and play professionally in the National Women’s Soccer League. Davidson, named U.S. Soccer’s Young Player of the Year for her play last season, is a hopeful for the team that will represent the United States at this year’s World Cup in France. She […]
Tags: News, France, Stanford, Sports, United States, Davidson, Tierna Davidson


Fiat Chrysler to pay $800 million to settle emissions lawsuits

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV will pay an estimated $800 million in fines and costs related to recalling and fixing thousands of vehicles under civil settlements announced Thursday by California and the U.S. Justice Department, which alleged some of its diesel-powered vehicles violated clean-air rules. “A multinational corporate bad actor seriously violated American emissions laws to the detriment of the health and welfare of the people of the United States,” said Jeffrey Bossert Clark, assistant...
Tags: Business, Maryland, California, Sport, Soccer, United States, Vw, Epa, Justice Department, Fiat Chrysler, Automakers, U S Environmental Protection Agency, U S Justice Department, Volkswagen AG, Brian Frosh, California Air Resources Board


Lampert raises offer to more than $5 billion to keep Sears open

Eddie Lampert’s ESL Investments is sweetening its offer to keep Sears Holdings Corp. in business, outlining a $5 billion plan to buy the retailer out of bankruptcy. The new bid, about $600 million more than Lampert previously offered, should satisfy conditions set in U.S. bankruptcy court on Tuesday after his earlier plan was rejected, ESL said Thursday in a filing. The terms include up to $166 million to cover payments to suppliers, up to $139 million of bankruptcy-related expenses and as much ...
Tags: Business, Sport, Soccer, United States, Kmart, Sears, Esl, White Plains New York, Sears Holdings Corp, Eddie Lampert, Lampert, Burt Flickinger, Strategic Resource Group, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE


2019 list of festivals, fairs and special events in Southern California

In 2019, there are so many fun things to do in Southern California it will take 52 weeks to fit them all in. Whether you’re into art, beer and wine, classic cars, food, movies, music, sports or something else, here’s our annual guide to dozens of the best events happening during the next 12 months. Jump to a month: February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | November | December JANUARY Palm Springs International Film Festival One of the largest film festivals in...
Tags: Events, Music + Concerts, Things to do, LA County Fair, Music Festivals, OC Fair, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories LBPT, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE, Top Stories PSN, Top Stories RDF, Top Stories SGVT, Top Stories Sun



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