Top Long Beach news: First West Nile virus case reported; driver stabbed by passenger; more

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Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Long Beach.

Long Beach reports first West Nile virus case of the year

The news came after Long Beach celebrated a year with no reported cases in 2018.

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Driver hospitalized after stabbed by passenger in North Long Beach

The man was hospitalized with lacerations to his upper body, but was expected to survive.

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Public invited to District 1 candidate forum on Oct. 21, hosted by Long Beach Press-Telegram and Grunion Gazette

Eight candidates are vying to replace state Sen. Lena Gonzalez as the District 1 council member in a special election Nov. 5.

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15,000 Long Beach Marathon runners will hail from 44 states and 6 countries; 20% will be first-timers

Long Beach tends to have a higher rate of first-timers than some other races because the course is mostly flat.

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