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NHRA brings another twist to the four-wide track this weekend

In 2009, NHRA introduced a new style of drag racing – four wide – at zMax Dragway at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Rather than the traditional two participants in a side-by-side battle, the sanctioning body added two more entrants. While racers were uncertain of the format, it has since become a staple and another four-wide event was added in 2018 at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Both tracks are part of the O. Bruton Smith inventory of tracks that include Bristol and Sonoma. There will be a...
Tags: Motorsports, Sports, NHRA


Los Angeles measles 'cluster' reported, officials say LAX and UCLA possible exposure sites

Los Angeles County public health officials are urging people who have not been fully immunized against measles to contact their healthcare provider to get the vaccine immediately. On Monday, they said they’re investigating a measles cluster, after receiving a number of reports of residents acquiring the virus, which is preventable by vaccine. The LA Times reports that as of Monday evening, Los Angeles County had four confirmed measles cases that were each linked to one another and followed in...
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Like a Local: Long Beach

Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Like a Local: Long Beach Many of you probably associate Long Beach, California with the iconic Queen Mary. The ship has actually been in the harbor since 1967. And yes, every year more than a 1.5 million people come and visit it. But as many Southern Californians know (as do a growing number of visitors), there’s much more to Long Beach than a historic... The post Like a Local: Long Beach appeared first on Peter Greenberg Travel Detective.
Tags: Travel, Long Beach, Queen Mary, PeterGreenberg, Long Beach California, Peter Greenberg Travel, Like a Local


Oldest southern sea otter in captivity dies in California

LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Charlie, the oldest southern sea otter held by any zoo or aquarium, has died in California. The Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach says Charlie died Monday at the age of 22. Male southern sea otters typically only live 10 to 14 years in the wild. Charlie celebrated his […]
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Police agencies forfeit millions after new law chokes off funds from asset seizures

Jewels worth $7.2 million were seized in Los Angeles. Fine art worth $4.1 million was seized in Signal Hill. U.S. currency totaling $30.8 million was seized in Beverly Hills. Federal law enforcement operations seized nearly $1.9 billion worth of airplanes, houses, cash, jewelry, cars and other items from suspected wrongdoers nationwide in 2018  — a precipitous drop from $2.6 billion just three years earlier, according to federal data. While the value of property seized in California has skyrocke...
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Coachella love: These couples talk first kisses, surprise proposals and romance at the festival

Dennis Alonzo and Mylan Truong Alonzo’s love story sounds like something out of a romantic comedy. Flash back to 2015: Both happened to attend the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival with friends who had extra passes. Dennis, an actor and writer, had just moved to Los Angeles from Ohio a few weeks before. Mylan was living in Sacramento. The meet-cute moment happened when they ended up at the same Airbnb. Friendship soon turned into a relationship, which turned into marriage. Now, Dennis is ...
Tags: Texas, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, San Diego, Long Beach, Ohio, Coachella, Postal Service, Jason, Janelle Monae, Ucla, Palm Springs, Brittany


Coachella Security Guards Allege Inhumane Treatment: ‘People Over Here Are Starving’

Matt Winkelmeyer/GettyEvery year, music lovers and miscellaneous basics flood Indio, California, for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Coachella is known for its huge headlining artists and general aura of douchebaggery—the stereotypical festival-goer is a rich kid sporting a headdress and a fanny pack, scouring the desert for good times and even better Instagram opportunities. Of course, these highly mocked caricatures only make up part of the story. The festival is also populated w...
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Walmart, Long Beach, Bmw, Aeg, Coachella, The Daily Beast, Indio California, Coachella Valley Music, Goldenvoice, Mario Anzuoni, Indio, Cannady, Daily Beast, BMW Security


Finding the money to fix and modernize Southern California’s interstates

America’s interstate highways are aging and inadequate — and need to be replaced. That’s the conclusion of a major study, requested by Congress, and released last December by the well-respected Transportation Research Board. This expert study estimated that if rebuilding projects were carried out conventionally, it would cost Americans $57 billion per year for the next two decades. Even worse news: At that slow pace of reconstruction, by 2040 pavement conditions and traffic congestion would actu...
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Kaze Jones – Where’s The Beat At? | MIC SESSION

Long Beach based Hip Hop artist Kaze Jones stops by and drops an exclusive Mic Session performing his single, “Where The Beat At?” campaigning his new album, “Inside Out“, entirely produced by Ariano.
Tags: Long Beach, Jazz, Kaze Jones, Mic Sessions


Endangered wetlands offer vital wildlife habitat and, often, a reason to fight about coastal development

Between Southern California’s popular beaches and much-traversed mountain trails lies an unsung natural landscape, teeming with its own special wildlife. As you head outdoors to celebrate Earth Day weekend — or to simply connect with nature and leave behind the anxieties of urban life — one option is our area’s often overlooked coastal wetlands. In Orange and Los Angeles counties, more than 90 percent of the estuaries, lagoons and other coastal waters that existed in the 19th century have been l...
Tags: Politics, News, Navy, California, Environment, Los Angeles, Sport, LA River, Soccer, Army, Long Beach, Orange, Pacific, Pacific Coast Highway, Parks, Malibu


West Coast utilities to figure out how to charge electric big rigs from Mexico to Canada

Thirty-three utilities from three West Coast states have launched a study to assess what it would take to install electric charging stations along the 5 Freeway for long-haul trucks traveling between the Mexican and Canadian borders, they announced Thursday. Although battery-powered medium- and heavy-duty trucks have barely begun on-road service in a few states, many manufacturers are testing additional prototypes that could expand their reach in one or two years, experts say. The largest utilit...
Tags: Transportation, News, Utilities, Climate Change, California, Washington, Mexico, Oregon, Environment, Los Angeles, Tesla, Edison International, Sport, West, Canada, Soccer


5G is going to let even more devices go wireless, but cities are grappling with the roll out

You may not think much about the small elongated cylinders or boxes perched on rooftops or street lights. But those small wireless facilities, dubbed “small cells,” are the building blocks for 5G, an ultra-fast wireless technology that will quicken the things you do on your cellphone and unleash a new generation of devices. A mini cell tower sits atop a pole in the 20600 block of Laguna Canyon Road on April 18, 2019, in Laguna Beach, CA.. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG)...
Tags: Verizon, Technology, News, Fcc, California, Sport, Soccer, United States, Federal Communications Commission, Long Beach, Graham, City Council, Pasadena, Orange County, San Marino, Alexa


Ganassi on IndyCar, guaranteed Indy slots, sportscars, and more

Chip Ganassi spoke to a group of eight media personnel at Long Beach last weekend, on the topics of resident champion Scott Dixon (he’s not slowing down), rookie Felix Rosenqvist (he should slow down), international races, guaranteed Indy 500 berths, running more cars (including Indy Lights), sportscars, and more. David Malsher reports.
Tags: News, Long Beach, Indycar, Scott Dixon, Ganassi, Felix Rosenqvist, Chip Ganassi, David Malsher


PASSCAR Stock Car Series, IMCA Modifieds finally running at Perris

Want rain? If the answer is yes, schedule PASSCAR Super Stocks, Street Stocks, American Factory Stocks and the IMCA Modifieds. Perris Auto Speedway has twice tried to open the season for the classes, but the Feb. 9 and rescheduled March 9 dates got wiped out by rainstorms. Therefore, promoter Don Kazarian added a race Saturday night and Nov. 16 to the schedule. “We wanted to be sure these drivers get their full schedule in, so we had to reschedule the two canceled races,” Kazarian said. “They ha...
Tags: California, America, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, John, Las Vegas, Houston, Nascar, Charlotte, Vra, Pomona, Todd, Bakersfield, Becker, Alexander Rossi


A Week In Marina Del Rey, CA, On A $75,000 Salary

Welcome to Money Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Calling all entrepreneurs: We want to hear from you! If you’re a freelancer or self-employed, we’d love to feature your Money Diary. Submit here.Travel Diaries: We're looking to get the inside scoop on when, where, and how our peers are using their vacation...
Tags: Apple, Fashion, Music, Amy Schumer, Food Network, Arizona, Long Beach, Apple Watch, Vermont, Andante, Hoa, Southern California, Rosie, Marina del Rey, Samoa, Century City


JetBlue Gives Back 10 Long Beach Slots But It’s Southwest That Might Suffer

The writing was on the wall when Long Beach changed its slot utilization rules last year. Unless JetBlue ramped up significantly, slots were going to have to be given back to the city. Sure enough, that time has come. JetBlue is giving up 10 of its current 34 slots. It’s expected that this is good news for those who like to fly Southwest, but oddly enough, the opposite may be true. It all hinges on… Delta. The Slot Math I don’t need to go into the long history of slots and air servi...
Tags: Travel, Atlanta, Austin, Delta, Long Beach, Seattle, Denver, Jetblue, Southwest, Honolulu, Salt Lake, Hawaiian, Lake City, Long Beach Airport, LGB - Long Beach, Liz Savadelis


Olympic skateboard selection begins with Dew Tour in June

CARLSBAD, Calif. (AP) — Stops on the Dew Tour skateboarding circuit will serve as qualifying events for the sport’s Olympic debut at the 2020 Tokyo Games. The Dew Tour contest in Long Beach set for June 13-16 will be the first U.S.-based qualifying event for both park and street competitions. The tour will also host […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Olympics, Long Beach, Carlsbad Calif


Port truckers misclassified as contractors awarded nearly $1.3 million in lost wages

Ten truck drivers who haul cargo at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have been awarded nearly $1.3 million by the California Labor Commissioner for lost wages due to being misclassified as independent contractors. The April 10 decision from the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement orders K&R Transportation to pay the drivers for unpaid wages, unpaid meal and rest breaks, and illegal paycheck deductions based on claims filed in 2017. K&R, a division of California Cartage which was acqui...
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Debate rages on over no-kill policy at Long Beach animal shelter

A heartfelt fight in Long Beach to save as many animals as possible at the city's animal shelter continued at a special city council meeting Tuesday.
Tags: News, Long Beach


Stagecoach 2019: Saturday headliner Sam Hunt talks crossover music, surprises and Snoop Dogg before mixing it up for the festival’s 13th year

For some, the number 13 is considered to be unlucky. However, for Stagecoach Country Music Festival talent buyer Stacy Vee and her hard-working crew, they’re looking forward to celebrating the lucky 13th year of this ginormous hoedown in the desert as the fest takes over the Empire Polo Club in Indio Friday, April 26-Sunday, April 28. After rearranging the sprawling grounds following Stagecoach’s big sister fest — Goldenvoice’s Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, held the previous two weeken...
Tags: Music, Kacey Musgraves, California, Georgia, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Long Beach, Diplo, Coachella, Stagecoach, Guy Fieri, Jason Aldean, Keith Urban, Tom Jones, Vegas


Scientists give another reason to scorn plastics: They emit greenhouse gases

Clogging landfills, trashing beaches and fouling the oceans — in part via a massive junk ball off the coast — have been key reasons for the war on plastic bags, straws and bottles. Now, a researcher from UC Santa Barbara has added one more: They make the planet warmer. In one of the first-ever evaluations of greenhouse gas emissions from plastics, Professor Sangwon Suh found that production and post-use of plastics — including composting and recycling — emit a substantial amount of carbon dioxid...
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Mother accused in Trinity Love Jones’ murder was visited by social workers in 2011 after alleged abuse, neglect; case was closed

Eight years before a former Long Beach woman was charged with killing her daughter, Trinity Love Jones, and dumping the body in Hacienda Heights, she was accused of abusing and neglecting the then-1-year-old child, according to a report from the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services. The report includes an allegation of sexual abuse because Taquesta Graham was a registered sex offender, said Michelle Vega, public affairs director for DCFS. She said DCFS found the sexual a...
Tags: Texas, News, California, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Graham, Trinity, Homicide, Bill, Local News, Jones, Chinatown, Vega, Hunt, Hawthorne


Hearing delayed for pair accused in slaying of 9-year-old Trinity Love Jones

Taquesta Graham, 28, is a suspect in the slaying of her daughter, Trinity Love Jones. The body of the 9-year-old girl was found near a trail in Hacienda Heights on March 5, 2019. Graham’s boyfriend, Emiel Lamar Hunt, was charged with Love’s murder. (Courtesy photo Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department) Emiel Lamar Hunt, 38, is accused of killing 9-year-old Trinity Love Jones whose body was found near a trail in Hacienda Heights on March 5, 2019. (Courtesy photo Los Angeles County Sheriff’s...
Tags: Texas, News, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Courts, Graham, Homicide, CHP, Local News, Chinatown, Winchester, Hunt, Hawthorne


Port of L.A., Long Beach study provides a snapshot of evolving clean air technology

The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach still face barriers over the next couple of years to putting more clean-energy cargo trucks out on the streets, said an informational report released this month. The technology for zero-emissions and near-zero-emissions trucks continues progressing quickly, but the infrastructure to support it — such as charging stations at the ports — remains a barrier over the next couple of years. “It appears highly unlikely, if not impossible, to develop the full charg...
Tags: Environment, Los Angeles, Sport, LA River, Soccer, Port Of Los Angeles, Long Beach, Local News, Southern California, Big Bear Lake, Port of Long Beach, La Canada Flintridge, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories LBPT, Clean Air Action Plan


RLLR: Rahal Long Beach IndyCar penalty creates confusing precedent

IndyCar stewards have set a confusing precedent with their decision to penalise Graham Rahal for blocking Scott Dixon in Long Beach, says Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing president Piers Phillips
Tags: Sport, Long Beach, Indycar, Scott Dixon, Graham Rahal, Rahal Letterman Lanigan, Autosport, Rahal Long Beach IndyCar


Coachella 2019: Lizzo gets down, Pusha T is cold as ice and more moments from early Sunday

The crowded chanted her name — L-I-Z-Z-O — for a few minutes of excited anticipation and then there was: Lizzo, the singer and rapper whose music and smile and messages of body positivity and self-love have won more and more fans in the last year or so. The 28-year-old rapper and singer from Minneapolis was a sensation at South By Southwest earlier this year, and a delight at Music Tastes Good in Long Beach last fall, but the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival gave her an even bigger platf...
Tags: South Korea, Usa, Minneapolis, Sport, Kanye West, Things To Do, Soccer, Katy Perry, Long Beach, Music Festivals, Miley Cyrus, Pusha T, Sonora, Kanye, Janelle Monae, Florence Welch


Going strong after 45 years, Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach has its own hometown vibe

Alexander Rossi takes the checkered flag to win the 45th Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach Sunday, April 14, 2019. Pole sitter Alexander Rossi defended his 2018 Long Beach win with a flag-to-flag victory with Josef Newgarden finishing second and Scott Dixon coming in third. (Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG) Alexander Rossi leads the field down Shoreline Drive to start the 45th Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach Sunday, April 14, 2019. Pole sitter Alexander Rossi defended his ...
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Grand Prix of Long Beach: It’s all Alexander Rossi, again

Alexander Rossi leads the field down Shoreline Drive to start the 45th Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach Sunday, April 14, 2019. Pole sitter Alexander Rossi defended his 2018 Long Beach win with a flag-to-flag victory with Josef Newgarden finishing second and Scott Dixon coming in third. (Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG) Stadium Super Trucks driver Robby Gordon defeats Matt Brabham in the final race of the weekend at the 45th Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach Sunday, April 1...
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Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach: Spencer Pumpelly holds off late challenge to win GT4 America series race

Spencer Pumpelly drives to victory in the Pirelli GT4 America Series race at the 2019 Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach on Sunday, Apr. 14, 2019. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) Pirelli GT4 America Series driver Matt Brabahm (20) races up Pine Avenue towards Seaside Way during the 45th Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach Sunday, April 14, 2019. Spencer Pumpelly won the race. (Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Cou...
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Teen IndyCar star Colton Herta fastest in Long Beach warmup

LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) — American teen sensation Colton Herta was fastest in IndyCar’s final warm-up for the Grand Prix of Long Beach. Herta last month became the youngest winner in IndyCar history with his victory at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas. The win came in his second race with upstart Harding Steinbrenner […]
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