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Top Long Beach news: Police find man’s body floating in bay; LBSU to pick new sports team name

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Long Beach.

Long Beach police find man’s body floating in Alamitos Bay

The body was discovered in the water at 1:22 a.m. in the 5400 block of 2nd Street, near the western bridge leading into Long Beach’s Naples neighborhood.

Read the full story on Long Beach Press-Telegram.

Dog finds happy home after being severely abused, left in dumpster

Five months after being found tied up in a dumpster in downtown Long Beach with skull fractures and covered in urine, a dog named Chloe went to her forever home Friday.

Read the full story on FOX 5 San Diego.

Going strong after 45 years, Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach has its own hometown vibe

On Sunday, the Grand Prix shone brightly once again — under the blue skies of near-perfect 70-degree weather, Alexander Rossi deftly recorded his second straight wire-to-wire win. 

Read the full story on Los Angeles Daily News.

Married Long Beach authors wrap their series of mysteries

After five years, the Skylar Drake murder mystery series has come to an end — a bit of relief for the couple who have been writing the books.

Read the full story on Gazette Newspapers.

Tim Whyte | Let’s go, Cal State Long Beach Giraffes!

Look hard enough, and pretty much anywhere you can find something to offend you. Case in point: Long Beach State University is in the midst of choosing a new sports team name.

Read the full story on Santa Clarita Valley Signal.

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