Top Long Beach news: Police searching for missing 12-year-old; pursuit ends in violent crash; more

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Police searching for 12-year-old-girl missing from Long Beach

Mia Gianna Goforth was last seen by a family member Wednesday, Jan. 15, leaving their residence in the 2100 block of Fidler Avenue.

Read the full story on CBS Los Angeles.

Long Beach cleanup crew recovers missing remains

Wednesday, Jan. 8, starts out as just another work day for Alex Martin, John McGaffin and Preston McCord.

Read the full story on Gazette Newspapers.

Pursuit ends in violent crash in Long Beach

A vehicle pursuit has ended in a violent crash near the area of East Anaheim Street and Long Beach Boulevard in the city of Long Beach.

Read the full story on Fox 11 Los Angeles.

Pedestrian critically injured in Long Beach hit-and-run

A woman in her mid-20s was hospitalized in critical condition with injuries she suffered in a hit-and-run crash in Long Beach.

Read the full story on Long Beach Press-Telegram.

Curbside compost pickup service launches in Long Beach

Long Beach-based Common Rot picks up your compost bin at your curb and donates the organic waste to The Growing Experience urban farm, whose organic produce goes back into the local community.

Read the full story on ABC Los Angeles, KABC.

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