Long Beach St. Moves Prospector Statue Over 1849 Gold Rush Impact On NativesCalifornia State University, Long Beach, will be ousting its "Prospector Pete" statue because of the impact the 1849 gold rush had on indigenous people.
Man Forcibly Drags Unconscious Man Off Metro Train, Dumps Belongings On Platform A white man in a suit was caught on video dragging an "unconscious" man off of a Metro train and then dumping him and his belongings onto the platform at the Willow Street station in Long Beach.
Firefighter Shot, Killed At Southern California Retirement HomeA resident of a retirement home in Southern California opened fire on firefighters responding to a report of an explosion in the building, killing a veteran fire captain and wounding a second firefighter and another person, officials said.
Adults Face Off In Long-Running SoCal Spelling CompetitionWhile most spelling competitions are for children, KPIX 5 recently checked out a contest held in Southern California where adults face off to prove their spelling prowess.
New Proposal To Extend Last Call For Alcohol In Select California CitiesSan Francisco state Sen. Scott Wiener today reintroduced legislation that would allow a handful of cities to extend alcohol sales as late as 4 a.m., following the death of a similar bill in committee last year.
Jet Blue Adds Flights Between San Jose, Long Beach For As Low As $39JetBlue has announced plans for a direct flight from San Jose to Long Beach starting in January.
3 Winning Powerball Tickets Sold In CaliforniaThe winning numbers in Saturday night's $478 million Powerball drawing were 11, 17, 21, 23, 32, and the Powerball was 5.
El Nino May Have Brought Rare Seahorse To California CoastThe weather phenomenon may be responsible for pushing rare sea creatures into waters off California's coast.
California Water Officials Use Smart Meters To Catch McDonald's, Other Water Wasters In Real Time A Southern California city is cracking down on water wasters with a new tool in light of recent water restrictions issued by Gov. Jerry Brown to fight the drought.
San Francisco, Oakland School Districts Apply For Waiver On No Child Left Behind RequirementsSchool district officials in San Francisco and Oakland applied for a waiver to free them from the educational requirements of the nation's No Child Left Behind law.
West Coast Port Shut Down Could Happen Soon, But Union Believes Labor Deal Is CloseLongshoremen and their employers continue to negotiate, but the Pacific Maritime Association said a shut down could occur as soon as next week.
Pacific Ship Operators To Be Paid For Slowing Down In Whale Feeding AreasShipping giants will soon be getting $2,500 incentives to slow down through the Santa Barbara Channel, according to the Center for Environmental Research & Technology at U.C. Riverside.
ICE Agent Killed In SoCal Federal Building ShootingAn immigration agent shot and injured another agent Thursday and was then killed by a third colleague in a federal building in Long Beach, the FBI said.
CSU Trustees Hike Tuition As Protesters Clash With Police California State University trustees approved a 9 percent tuition hike Wednesday at a meeting in Long Beach where students clashed with university police and four arrests were made.