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LA County Goes Yellow

Observer Staff Los Angeles County has met the threshold for the least restrictive yellow tier in the State's Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Today, the State released updated blueprint tier numbers; L.A. County's adjusted case rate dropped from 1.9...

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Police Nab Two in Theft of $46,000

Culver City Police arrested 2 suspects Monday as they were using ATM skimming devices at a bank. Two suspects were Police pursued the two as they attempted to flee the scene. Police recovered 300...

Residential Zoning to be Addressed at June 14 City Council Meeting

The move was prompted by residents who addressed the Council on residential zoning and the lack of affordable housing in Culver City. Many residents, including members of the group “Culver City for More Homes,” told the councilmembers it was...

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School Board Selects Iowa Firm to Conduct Superintendent Search

The CCUSD Board of Education this week selected an educational. executive recruiting agency to head the search for the next superintendent. At its Tuesday night's meeting, the Board unanimously voted...

In-Person Services Now Available by Appointment at Culver City Hall

Culver City has announced that in-person city services at City Hall are now offered on a limited, appointment-only basis. City services will also continue to be available online, through email and telephone. The public is urged to make appointments...

Bullets Spray House In Drive by Shooting

Gunfire rattled Culver City residents this week when at least one suspect drove through a neighborhood and opened fired on several homes. Culver City Police Officers responded to the 5200 block of Slauson Avenue at about 11:25 a.m. Wednesday to...

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What is it like to be A Mental Health Police Officer?

By Sarah Haufrect On most Tuesday mornings, you can find Officer James Thomas of the Culver City Police Department at the intersection of Venice and Sepulveda Boulevards. For the past year, along...

Sister City Committee to Celebrate 56 Years of Friendship Between Culver City and Kaizuka

The Culver City Sister City Committee invites all Culver City residents to spend ninety minutes celebrating the 56th anniversary of our city’s twinning with Kaizuka, Japan on Thursday, May 27 at 6:00 p.m. Kaizuka was the second of Culver City’s...

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Wende Museum Reopens Its Doors

The Wende Museum has reopened its doors to the public. The Museum, located at 10808 Culver Blvd., is now open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays and reservations are available through May 31. The...

Local Briefs

21 year old with a gun arrested 5/2: Santa Monica Police Department Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of Bay Street to investigate an assault with a gun. When officers arrived on scene at 1:30 AM, they met with two women standing outside a...

Local Briefs 2

Fatal Traffic Collision on 10 Fwy 5/5/21 At about 10:30 PM, Firefighters were dispatched to a report of a Traffic Collision on the eastbound Interstate 10 Freeway, east of the Centinela Ave. off ramp. They found “a significant two (2) vehicle...

SamoHI, Malibu High Top Schools

By Jack Simon Santa Monica and Malibu high schools are now among the top 150 high schools in California. Santa Monica was ranked 98 while Malibu placed 146 among more than 2600 public high schools in the Golden State, according to rankings by U.S....

Unarmed Crisis Response in LA

By Alyssa Erdley, Observer Staff Writer Mike Bonin and the City of Los Angeles is sending out an online survey for residents and others who work in the city soliciting opinions on what types of calls armed police should answer and what should...

Homeless Woman Killed On Freeway Ramp

By Jack Simon An apparently disoriented woman was struck and killed by a vehicle Sunday night as she walked down a 10 Freeway on-ramp in Santa Monica, local authorities said. The incident occurred at 10:33 p.m. on the Cloverfield Boulevard on-ramp...

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Culver City teams trying to stay competitive in Bay League

Moving from the Ocean League to the more competitive Bay League has been a challenge for some of the athletic teams this year. Football, boys' basketball, boys and girls track and field and softball...

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No. 2 Bruins Sweep the Cardinal at Home

What's better than a weekend of UCLA Softball at the Bruins house in Easton Stadium, capping a four-game sweep over Stanford University on Sunday, highlighted by Senior Day and Mother's Day...

LAFC Loans Seven Players to Las Vegas Lights FC for Upcoming Match Against Sacramento Republic FC

The Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC) announced today that the Club has loaned Bryce Duke, Danny Musovski, Alvaro Quezada, Christian Torres, Kwadwo Opoku, Tomas Romero and Cal Jennings to Las Vegas Lights FC for their match tonight, May 12 at...

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Eckhaus and Pait make the Los Angeles Times first team

For the first time in school history two Culver City football players made the Los Angeles Times Southern California first team. Quarterback Zevi Eckhaus and receiver Emari Pait. Eckhaus was also...

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Pac-12 football looks ahead to the 2021 season

The past college football season was challenging for many schools due to the pandemic and Pac-12 schools were no exception. The Pac-12 conference played an abbreviated football schedule last season...

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Martin Jarmond reflects on busy first year at UCLA

It has been one year since Martin Jarmond was hired as the Director of Athletics at UCLA. Jarmond took the job under difficult circumstances, with the athletic program shutdown because of the...

Early Release for 76000 Inmates

By Corva Corvax, a Logical Opinion May 3, 2021 In what is probably not the smartest move by a state official facing a recall election during a year when violent crime is spiking across the region, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed an...

City Attorney: Pier Can Catch Fire

by Corva Corvax A Logical Opinion May 5, 2021 - After public outcry regarding illegal food vendors on the Santa Monica Pier, apparently run by a criminal family gang, authorities cracked down on the activity. According to a statement from Deputy...

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