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  • A family has questions for the person who killed their beloved Kimberly Watts

    It's been three years since now-Long Beach Mayor George Bass found his sister-in-law, Kimberly Watts, dead in her Long Beach home in November 2014. Watts' death was ruled a homicide, but there have been no suspects identified or arrests made in the case. This is a file video from 2015 shot by former Sun Herald photographer Tim Isbell.

A family has questions for the person who killed their beloved Kimberly Watts

It's been three years since now-Long Beach Mayor George Bass found his sister-in-law, Kimberly Watts, dead in her Long Beach home in November 2014. Watts' death was ruled a homicide, but there have been no suspects identified or arrests made in the case. This is a file video from 2015 shot by former Sun Herald photographer Tim Isbell.
Tim Isbell Sun Herald file