The long-running Long Beach Halloween event has been canceled for 2020.
- Bellflower man dies in Long Beach shooting
- At 2,903, LA County shatters record for daily coronavirus cases; total pushes past 100,000
- LA County approves deep-cut budget plan, cutting thousands of positions
- Stabbing, shootings in Long Beach leave 4 injured
- Man shot, injured on Long Beach sidewalk
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- 2 killed in Wilmington crash after car slams into semi-truck
- The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor has been canceled due to the pandemic
- Ex-Long Beach police sergeant accused in online threats against BLM activist accidentally shoots himself
- Man fatally shot during fight in Long Beach, police say
The Golden State Killer carried out a dozen-year crime wave beginning in 1974 that included killing at least 13 people and raping numerous victims.
No arrests had been announced, and it was not immediately clear if the violent incidents that took place were isolated, or if any might be related to each other, police said.
The woman seen yelling at workers and customers during opening day at NoHo West's new Trader Joe's on Friday has been speaking to Los Angeles TV news reporters in an effort to tell her side of the story.