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Chavez told Manhattan Beach Patch of those early years walking with her father Marvin E. Robinson, civil rights activist. Now, some 60 years, 2 months and a few days after her father was among college students who staged a sit-in in 1960 at a restaurant counter where blacks weren't allowed to sit,
Los Angeles County officials reported 1,445 new confirmed cases of coronavirus today, bringing the total to at least 61,045 cases countywide. In total, 2,160 cases have been reported in Long Beach and 968 in Pasadena (those two cities operate their own health departments).
Manhattan Beach resident Violet Salinas told MB Patch she heard the sirens and looked outside from her home on Pacific Avenue. "I saw this SUV ram the car," she said. "I thought it was an accident until I saw the guy [driver] run out and two or three policemen chase him.
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With calls to reduce police spending circulating among protesters who have taken to the streets to protest police brutality, several powerful Los Angeles city leaders on Wednesday called for the scaling back of the Los Angeles Police Department budget.
USA Volleyball announces the 22 athletes selected for the 2020 Boys Youth National Training Team (BYNTT). Plans for the team are on hold due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The team includes Klistan Lawrence,
The Barons, who went 9-7-3 overall, had first utilized the 5-4-1 in their final match of the Hawks Invitational against Manhattan Beach Mira Costa. Fountain Valley dropped a 2-1 decision against the Mustangs, who went on to reach the final of the tournament. Looking to build off that outing, Fountain Valley ended its losing streak with a 2-2 ...
And with new evidence showing it could be dangerous to paddle out, experts are warning people to stay clear of the ocean. This solo SUP surfer isn’t the first to get busted for surfing. Another surfer in Manhattan Beach was issued a citation by police last weekend after officials shut down the beach.
Sage Hill went 17-10 overall and 4-4 in the San Joaquin League, taking third place behind co-champions Orangewood Academy and Fairmont Prep. The Lightning were eliminated by No. 2-seeded Manhattan Beach Mira Costa 44-42 in the second round of the playoffs. Alexander, a junior shooting guard, gave the Sea Kings 15 points, nine rebounds and three ...