Top Long Beach news: CSULB on lockdown after threat; man injured after crane collapses; more

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

Police: Cal State Long Beach on lockdown due to threat, shelter-in-place ordered

Everyone at California State University Long Beach has been ordered to shelter in place immediately due to a "credible threat."

Read the full story on Fox 11 Los Angeles.

Man injured after crane collapses in North Long Beach neighborhood

Authorities responded at about 1 p.m.to reports of a fallen crane at the 300 block of 61st Street

Read the full story on Long Beach Press-Telegram.

Thousands of Long Beach trees threatened by plague of beetles

Thousands of magnolia trees in Long Beach are in danger because of beetles that have invaded the area.

Read the full story on ABC7.

ACLU sues terminal-operator association, longshore union on behalf of pregnant LA and Long Beach dock workers

The suit argues that pregnant workers who are not full time are denied access to safe job assignments.

Read the full story on Long Beach Press-Telegram.

Yellow smoke from AES power plant in Long Beach will continue through Sunday, Oct. 13

But folks need not worry: They’ve got a permit for that.

Read the full story on Long Beach Press-Telegram.

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