Long Beach Explorers

Recent DUI Checkpoint Results in Numerous Arrests and Citations

long-beach-dui-checkpoint-l On Saturday, February 8, 2014, the Long Beach Police Department’s Traffic Section conducted a Driving Under the Influence/Driver License Checkpoint on Artesia Boulevard, east of Cherry Avenue, from 7 p.m. until 3 a.m. 

Explorer Academy Pairs Teens With Pros at Animal Services

dogs-and-cats Explorers will learn about domestic animals, reptile and horse handling, urban wildlife and more. The City of Long Beach, Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine’s Animal Care Services Bureau (ACS) and the Friends of Long Beach Animals will sponsor an Explorer Academy for qualified youth ages 14 (must be 8th grade graduate) and not yet 20, who are interested in learning about animal related occupations including animal handling, legal operations, and veterinary practice.

Aquarium of the Pacific’s New Exhibit Gives Visitors a Look at Life at The Depths of The Ocean

Deepwater Isopod Deepwater Isopod Imagine a world in total darkness, a mysterious place where few humans have ever traveled. The deep ocean is one of the last places on our planet that is largely unexplored. Starting this summer, visitors to the Aquarium of the Pacific will be transported into the dark depths of the ocean, where they will encounter unusual animals that live beyond the reach of light.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Long Beach Career Explorers Prepare Teens For College Journey

michaela-career-bgclb-explo Michaela Pereira from Channel 5 news speaks at Career Explorers College Bound Kickoff. Local teens at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Long Beach (BGCLB) have embarked on a career exploration expedition. As part of the College Bound program, Career Explorers is a series of monthly workshops designed to prepare teens for their college journey and future careers.

National Geographic Magazine Features CSULB Archaeologist’s Easter Island Findings

lipo-and-hunt-sq CSULB Professor Carl Lipo (at left) and University of Hawaii Professor Terry Hunt pose with the fabricated moai statue that was produced for the upcoming NOVA TV documentary about Easter Island. Easter Island (Rapa Nui), located nearly 2,500 miles west of Chile, has long intrigued explorers and scientists because of its enigmatic moai statues.

DUI Checkpoint Campaign “Drunk Driving – Over the Limit, Under Arrest” Proves Successful

DUI Checkpoints On Saturday, January 22, 2011, officers from the Long Beach Police Department conducted a “Driving Under the Influence / Driver’s License Checkpoint” at the intersection of Pacific Coast Highway and Loynes Drive.

DUI Checkpoint Proves Effective

DUI Checkpoints On Saturday, December 11, 2010, in keeping with the 2010 “Drunk Driving – Over the Limit – Under Arrest” campaign, the Long Beach Police Department’s Traffic Section conducted a driving under the influence/driver’s license checkpoint at the intersection of Seventh Street and Locust Avenue, from 6:00 p.m.

Weekend Checkpoint Results in 3 DUI Arrests, 1 for Drug Possesion

dui-checkpoint File photo by Mike Fischer On Saturday, November 13, 2010, the Long Beach Police Department’s Traffic Section conducted a Driving Under the Influence/Driver’s License checkpoint at Artesia Boulevard and Indiana Avenue from 6:00 p.m.

Animal Care Exploring Post Offers Youth a Chance to Test Out Careers

animal care exploring post program Youth between the ages of 15 and 19 who are interested in a career involving law enforcement and animals, are invited to attend the orientation kickoff meeting of the Animal Care Exploring Post on November 9, from 7 to 8 pm.

Weekend DUI Checkpoint Results in Arrests, Vehicle Impounds and Citations

dui-checkpoint Photo by Mike Fischer On Saturday, August 28, 2010, the Long Beach Police Department conducted a Driving Under the Influence/Drivers License checkpoint at Anaheim Street and Freeman Avenue. “Drunk Driving. Over the Limit.

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