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Bellator 286, with Patricio Pitbull and AJ McKee, set for Oct. 1 in Long Beach

Bellator 286, with Patricio Pitbull and AJ McKee, set for Oct. 1 in Long Beach The last time Bellator MMA was in Southern California, Patricio Pitbull engaged in a memorable featherweight title bout with A.J. McKee. In two months, Bellator is returning to Southern California and bringing Pitbull and McKee back, but with some changes. […]

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Cannon, Sponcil notch long-awaited AVP win at Hermosa Beach Open

Cannon, Sponcil notch long-awaited AVP win at Hermosa Beach Open Sarah Sponcil and Terese Cannon win against Kelly Cheng and Betsi Flint in the AVP Pro Series Hermosa Beach Open women’s final on Sunday, July 10, 2022. (Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer) Sarah Sponcil and Terese Cannon win against Kelly Cheng and Betsi Flint […]

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UCLA pulls away from Long Beach State with dominant 2nd half

UCLA pulls away from Long Beach State with dominant 2nd half UCLA’s Jules Bernard goes up for a shot as Long Beach State’s Eddie Scott, center, defends during the first half of Monday night’s game at Pauley Pavilion. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Long Beach State’s Drew Cobb looks to pass as […]

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Biden speaks in Long Beach, offers late push for Newsom

Biden speaks in Long Beach, offers late push for Newsom With one day of voting left in the California recall, President Joe Biden told a crowd of supporters at Long Beach City College that they should keep Gov. Gavin Newsom in office so he can keep coronavirus at bay, safeguard women’s rights and fight climate […]

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Inland college football roundup: RCC opens season with win over Long Beach

Inland college football roundup: RCC opens season with win over Long Beach The Riverside City College football team took the field for the first time Saturday evening, and the Tigers excelled on defense en route to a 24-6 nonconference win at Long Beach City College. Saturday’s game was RCC”s first since capturing the state championship […]

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Reseda Army veteran convicted of plotting to bomb supremacist rally in Long Beach

Reseda Army veteran convicted of plotting to bomb supremacist rally in Long Beach LOS ANGELES — A federal jury Wednesday convicted an Army veteran from Reseda for attempting to bomb a Long Beach white supremacist rally. Mark Steven Domingo, 28, was found guilty on the fifth day of trial in Los Angeles federal court of […]

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April Ross and Alix Klineman win Tokyo Olympic gold in beach volleyball

April Ross and Alix Klineman win Tokyo Olympic gold in beach volleyball TOKYO — It is a reminder to a daughter who has never needed one. April Ross plays with a necklace given to her by her mother Margie, who passed away in 2001 but is still always with her, in every serve, every dive, […]

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Huntington Beach man who texted photos from Capitol riot arrested after tip to FBI

Huntington Beach man who texted photos from Capitol riot arrested after tip to FBI A Huntington Beach remodeling firm owner has been arrested in connection with the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol after he sent photos of himself at the insurrection to members of his church group, federal officials said. Glenn Allen Brooks was […]

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UCLA softball blasts Long Beach State in NCAA regional opener

UCLA softball blasts Long Beach State in NCAA regional opener First, it was Briana Perez. Then it was Rachel Garcia. Then another from Delanie Wisz. Home runs were contagious on Friday evening, with the UCLA softball team hitting three on consecutive at-bats. “We all kind of have this inside joke between all of us that […]

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Long Beach gives feds the OK to temporarily house 1,000 migrant children in Convention Center

Long Beach gives feds the OK to temporarily house 1,000 migrant children in Convention Center Federal officials now have Long Beach’s permission to use the city’s Convention Center to temporarily house up to 1,000 migrant children. The Long Beach City Council voted unanimously at its Tuesday, April 6, meeting to allow the City Manager to […]

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