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Lakewood is located in southwestern California. In the 1950s the city went from lima bean fields to a well developed city by the 1960s. Because of the short time period that it took the city to transform, it has been referred to as "The Instant City." In 1953 Harold Butler founded Danny's Donuts. In 1959 the eating establishment changed its name to Denny's Restaurant, making Lakewood the home of the first Denny's.

Population: 79345
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Times Courier
Local Sports Teams: LA Avengers, LA Clippers, LA Dodgers, LA Galaxy, LA Lakers, LA Kings
Local Colleges: State UniversityCalifornia State University

Zip Codes associated with lakewood, california: 90712, 90713, 90715, 90716, 90805
Towns/Cities near lakewood, california : Cerritos, Paramount, Bellflower, Long Beach, Norwalk

Lakewood News
Man sought in Seal Beach stabbing

In identifying a suspect in an attempted homicide last year. A 23-year-old Lakewood man reportedly was stabbed in the stomach with an unknown object near Eighth Street and Ocean Avenue in Seal Beach at about 3:45 a.m. Oct. 5. As a Hispanic man in his mid-30s, about 5-foot-5, about 180 pounds, with a medium build, short black hair and possibly a mustache. He was wearing a charcoal-colored T-shirt and jeans. Anyone with information about the case is asked to call Det. Mariana Martinez at 799-4100, ext. Sgt. Joe Miller at 799-4100, ext.

Mindful of money, Schroeder shows his leadership

In the spring of 2014, the council member and his wife renovated their front and back yard, with sustainability in mind. "I am for sustainability, but I'm also real thrifty with my money and I think that's what sustainability is all about. "I'm really proud of that," he says with a laugh. "I was the dark horse, but I won," he says. "I've worked in cities where people have been on the council for 35-40 years, and you need fresh ideas and people to go out there with those ideas. "I'm going to age in place as long as I can in this house," he says.

Los Angeles Countya s next 4th District supervisor should be Latino: Guest commentary

In June 2016, there will be a primary election in Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe's 4th Supervisorial District. The only viable Democratic San Gabriel Valley candidate is Sen. Tony Mendoza, who represents more than 750,000 of the residents of the district. Latino Democrats and other Democrats from the San Gabriel Valley have been quiet. Why is it important to elect a San Gabriel Valley Latino to District 4? The time is now for San Gabriel residents to speak out. Alan Clayton is a redistricting consultant who lives in San Gabriel Valley.

Cerritos Valley Christian Schools to Have Fundraising Auction

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Miracle Find

An hours-old baby girl was found early Sunday in Lakewood, California, after a homeless man on a bike heard her cries. The man brought the baby to a fire station, where she was found to be in healthy condition. Police say a woman claiming to have witnessed the birth and to have helped the mother is, in fact, herself the mother. "When she stood up from her seat there was blood on her chair," said Deputy Mike Barraza of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Information Bureau.

Lakewood High students push boundaries with 'Bright Ideas'

`Bright Ideas' has a tie to Shakespeare but the language and situations are modern. Rem Garza and Jessica Arcuri play parents Josh and Genevra, who are willing to do anything to get their child into an exclusive preschool. "It truly is a crazy story," said Garza. Arcuri and Garza played Helena and Oberon, respectively, in Lakewood's production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" last fall. For example, Alexis Cueva, who appeared in the Lakewood production of "Midsummer" last fall, also performed in "A Christmas Carol" at South Coast Repertory.

Newborn, possibly only hours old, found abandoned in California

An abandoned newborn baby was discovered near Lakewood Boulevard and Hardwick Street, pictured, on Feb. 8, 2015. Detectives in California launched a child endangerment investigation Sunday after a newborn baby girl was discovered in Lakewood, California. According to KTLA, an unidentified passerby heard noises coming from an area behind a wall near Hardwick Street and Lakewood Boulevard in Lakewood early Sunday morning. The passerby brought the little girl to a nearby fire station, where paramedics treated the girl.

Abandoned newborn baby girl found by bicyclist in Lakewood

LAKEWOOD >> A passer-by discovered a newborn girl abandoned on a Lakewood Street corner Sunday, authorities said. The bicyclist heard noises coming from behind a wall near Hardwick Street and Lakewood Boulevard, Lt. Dan Beringer said in a written statement. "Thankfully, he checked further and discovered a baby girl, who appeared to be only a few hours old," Beringer said. The baby was found lying in some grass and wrapped in a blanket, Lt. "Unfortunately in this case, we are now investigating a child endangerment incident," Beringer said.

Bicyclist discovers abandoned newborn near Lakewood Center mall

LAKEWOOD - A newborn girl wrapped in blanket, possibly no more than four hours old, was found behind a wall today in a commercial area of Lakewood just before sunrise today. A bicyclist heard the child's cries about 6 a.m. near the northeast corner of Hardwick Street and Lakewood Boulevard, near the Lakewood Center mall, said Lt. A. Malone of the sheriff's Lakewood station. "Luckily, the bicyclist was in the area at the time," Malone said. Malone said the bicyclist scooped up the baby and raced to a nearby fire station.

Lakewood Yogurtland to be test site for new food offerings

LAKEWOOD >> Yogurtland on Lakewood Boulevard will soon be the first location in the world serving breakfast items, company officials said. The Croiffle , said Yogurtland spokeswoman Barbara Caruso. The Lakewood location will be a testing site for the new menu items. Starting Thursday, the new hours will be from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 7 a.m. to midnight Saturday and Sunday. Contact Phillip Zonkel at 562-714-2098.

Deputy who fatally shot unarmed man in Paramount is identified

Attorney Ron Kaye, who is representing the family in a claim against L.A. According to Hernandez, one of the deputies saw two men who matched the descriptions, but they ran off before he could approach them. The Ramirez family, which has expressed frustration at what they believe is the lack of information released by the Sheriff's Department in the case, is now seeking the release of Ramirez's autopsy report. Early this year Ramirez's brother, Kristian, addressed county supervisors, asking about the autopsy.

Kaiser appoints new Roseville area executive

Jeff Collins, 58, is the new senior vice president and area manager for Kaiser Permanente in Roseville. Jeff Collins, 58, is the new senior vice president and area manager for Kaiser Permanente in Roseville. Collins is responsible for all local health plan and hospital services at Kaiser's 340-bed Roseville Medical Center. He previously held a similar job with Kaiser in Fresno. Kathy Robertson covers health care, law and lobbying, labor, workplace issues and immigration for the Sacramento Business Journal.

Iguana Stolen From Paramount Pet Store Returned To Owner

Eric Lindblom of the Lakewood sheriff's station. When the proprietors of a Huntington Park pet store saw a news report about Godzilla, they realized they had purchased a stolen iguana for $200 and contacted owner Holly Cepeda. Godzilla "is back home now," Lindblom said, and investigators are actively searching for the thief. Cepeda, who said Godzilla is tame and loved by customers, gave the other pet store operator $200 for returning the 7-year-old iguana, according to a broadcast report. (-2015 CBS Local Media, a division of CBS Radio Inc.

Do You Recognize this Suspect in Seal Beach Stabbing?

Seal Beach police today appealed to the public for information in identifying a suspect in the stabbing of a 23-year-old Lakewood man who is slowly recovering from his wounds. The stabbing occurred on the northeast corner of Eighth Street and Ocean Avenue around 3:45 a.m. on Oct. 5, according to Seal Beach Police Department Sgt. Philip L. Gonshak. "Due to the condition of the victim and limited witness information, suspect information is extremely limited," the police sergeant said at the time. It is not clear why she did this, Gonshak said.

Vandals Shoot Out Dozens Of Vehicle, Business Windows In Long Beach And Lakewood

LONG BEACH -- Police Tuesday were trying to find the suspects responsible for vandalizing the windows of dozens of vehicles and businesses in Long Beach and Lakewood. Authorities began getting calls around 9:30 p.m. Monday about someone using a BB gun to shoot out windows in the area of Long Beach Boulevard and 8 th Street, the Long Beach Police Department said. "I asked my neighbor and he said this whole block is like a shooting or something," victim Aeja Shin said. No injuries were reported in relation to the shootings.

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