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Long Beach Woman accused of Desecration of a Corpse
A Long Beach woman waived her preliminary hearing in today’s case where she is accused of putting the remains of her boyfriend in a trash can.
Long Beach Neighbors Looking for Answers
The man found dead yesterday inside a garbage container in his backyard has been identified as 87-year-old Edward Miller of Long Beach.
Body Found in Backyard in Long Beach
More details emerge on the body of an elderly man who was found dead inside a container in his backyard.
Body Found in Long Beach
A body has been found today in the backyard of a home in Long Beach.
House Fire in Long Beach
A woman and her son are now safe after their home in Long Beach caught fire just after 3 o’clock this afternoon.
Country Cruisin' Breakfast in Long Beach
Starting at 7 this morning, Cruisers headed over to the Long Beach Yacht Club for their Country Cruisin’ Breakfast.
Motorcycle Accident in Long Beach
The driver of a motorcycle is lucky to be alive today after being hit by a pickup truck in Long Beach.
Long Beach Improvements
The city of Long Beach has come a long way since Hurricane Katrina, but there’s still work to be done.
Gas Leak Causes School to Evacuate
Students and faculty at Harper McCaughan Elementary School in Long Beach were evacuated earlier today because of a gas leak.
Hancock Bank Says Thank You to Long Beach
Tonight, Hancock Bank said thank you to a city that helped them tremendously in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Former Long Beach Mayor Passed Away
Former Long Beach Mayor Glenn W. Mitchell passed away on Sunday at 59-years-old.
Long Beach Celebrates Growth and History
This evening, the city of Long Beach celebrated not only how far the city has come in development over the past few years, but people gathered to celebrate its history as well.
Long Beach Hopes to Adopt an Ordinance to Remove Slabs Left from Katrina
Long Beach officials are looking to adopt an ordinance to help move past Hurricane Katrina devastation.
New Restaurant To Open In Long Beach Harbor
The Oyster Reef Club, a new restaurant overlooking the beautiful Long Beach Harbor will be opening in May.
USM Gulf Park Invites Students for Career Showcase
U.S.M. Gulf Park invited the students for a career showcase, introducing them to the campus and all it has to offer.
Long Beach Canal Expansion Project Brings Controversy
Long Beach residents met Wednesday night to discuss a drainage project that has been in the works for 15 years and has drawn controversy from residents who live along the project site.
Rachel's Challenge Has Made it to Long Beach
The worldwide anti-bullying campaign taught kindness at Harper McCaughan Elementary.
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