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Articles from the February 18, 2021 edition

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CC Drone Pilot Program Still Flying High

Culver City's unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) or drone pilot program is off to a flying start. In the past 22 months, the Culver City Police and Fire Departments have used drones 50 times in perimeter s...

 

Police Release Video of Robbery at AM/PM Seeking Public Assistance to Identify Suspect

Culver City police are seeking public assistance in identifying a man who grabbed and stole the cash register at AM/PM containing around $800. Police officials have just released the video of the robbery that occurred on February 14 at 4:26 p.m. at...

 

Additional U.K. Variant Cases Confirmed in L.A. Count

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) has confirmed two additional cases of COVID-19 variant B.1.1.7 (U.K. variant), totaling 14 cases in Los Angeles County. This variant...

 

Covid-19 Cases, Deaths Declining in Los Angeles County, Culver City

Experiencing the same decline in the rate of infection as Los Angeles County, Culver City recorded 92 new cases of coronavirus and 6 deaths in the past two weeks, the County Health Department has...

 

CC Police Seeking Suspect in Fox Hills Armed Robbery

Culver City police are looking for suspect in connection with an armed robbery outside a Japanese restaurant in Fox Hills. On February 14, at, 8:38 p.m., Culver City Police Department received a call...

 

HEATHER HUTT BACKED BY TRIO OF PROMINENT ASSEMBLYMEMBERS IN AD-54 BID

Anticipating the election of Assemblywoman Sydney Kamlager-Dove to the vacant 30th district State Senate seat, Heather Hutt, a former Senior Advisor & State Director for then-U.S. Senator Kamala...

 

Center Theatre Group Digital Stage Schedule

Matthew Bourne's "Romeo and Juliet" premiering Thursday, February 18 at 5:00 p.m. and streaming Friday, February 19 at 5 and 8 pm; Saturday, February 20 at 2, 5 and 8 p.m. and Sunday, February 21 at 1...

 

Los Angeles Clippers vs. Miami Heat Next Men Up

By Michael Johnson Over the past couple of seasons, the Los Angeles Clippers have been touted as having the best bench players in the league, and so they did. The team won three sixth Man of the Year...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    February 18, 2021

Chargers and Rams set their sights on Super Bowl 56 at SoFi Stadium in 2022

With the Tampa Bay Buccaneers victory at Super Bowl 55 in Tampa, another successful NFL season is over and in the books. Next year's Super Bowl will be staged at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, and in...

 

UCLA's Close Named Top-15 Finalist for Naismith Coach of the Year

The Michael Price Family UCLA Women's Head Basketball Coach Cori Close has been named to the late season watch list for the Werner Ladder Naismith Women's Coach of the Year award, the Atlanta Tipoff Club announced Tuesday. Close was one of 15 head co...

 

Los Angeles Unified Teams Up with the Los Angeles Rams and Hollywood Park to Offer a Vaccination Site For All School Staff in Los Angeles County

Los Angeles Unified today announced a collaboration with the Los Angeles Rams, Hollywood Park and the City of Inglewood to operate a large-scale vaccination site on the grounds of SoFi Stadium which could serve any of the public and private school te...

 

COURTNEY MOORE JOINS DODGERS AS VICE PRESIDENT OF DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION

"The Dodgers are part of the fabric of Los Angeles, and it's imperative that we represent the great diversity of our City and maintain an inclusive environment for all Angelenos at Dodger Stadium,"...

 

KIRSTEN WATSON JOINS DODGER BROADCAST TEAM

The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced the addition of Kirsten Watson to their broadcast team. In her role as a reporter and host, Watson will contribute to the Dodgers' SportsNet LA game broadcasts...

 

Durazo, Bloom Propose Homeless Hiring Tax Credit

LOState Senator María Elena Durazo and State Assemblyman Richard Bloom (D-Santa have introduced a package of legislation - Senate Bill 424 and Assembly Bill 675 - to create a California Homeless Hiring Tax Credit they allege would simultaneously...

 

FUNdraiser for Sandy Segal Youth Health Center

Being able to socialize and have fun with others is difficult to achieve these days. This year the Friends of the Sandy Segal Youth Health Center major fundraiser will be an online FUNdraiser. This event will provide that opportunity without having...

 

LA Kings Doughty in it for the game or the paycheck?

Drew Doughty, the LA Kings' future hockey Hall of Famer, and, at the height of his career, one of the elite defensemen in the NHL, has unfortunately seen a decline in his performance over the past...

 

Council Discusses Promenade Future Nearly 40% of Storefronts are Vacant in Open-Air Mall

By Jack Simon The Third Street Promenade, the three-block, open-air retail and entertainment district, may be getting a facelift this year. At its meeting Tuesday night, the Santa Monica City Council discussed revitalization plans for the Promenade...

 

Is Vaccine Roll-out Inequitable?

by Corva Corvax A Logical Opinion On Monday, the Los Angeles County Public Health Department released statistics regarding the demographics of those who have received the Covid-19 vaccine. Of all the...

 

Landlord Charged With Price Gouging

By Jack Simon Santa Monica has just signaled it will not tolerate rent gouging during a state of emergency. Last Friday, the SM City Attorney's Office announced it filed a criminal complaint charging...

 

School Reopening for LA Weighed

2/9/21: L.A. County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer told school leaders Tuesday that school reopening could precede universal vaccinations for teachers. The public increasingly has demanded that schools re-open immediately. School districts...

 

Students, Parents Demand School Reopening

Public health officials, state and local policy makers, and teachers unions have largely driven the debate over school reopening's. But across California, establishing coalitions to demand school campuses reopen. A newly-formed statewide group, Open...

 

Recall Campaign Gets 1.5 Million Signatures

The campaign to recall California Gov. Gavin Newsom has obtained the 1.5 million signatures necessary to place the measure on the November 2021 ballot, announced the Recall Newsom campaign. Recall proponents cite homelessness, closings and...

 

LA Homicides Up in 2021

The city of Los Angeles recorded 11 homicides last week, up from four homicides during the same week in 2020 and continuing an upward trend. In 2021 as of Feb. 10, LA has had 50 homicides and 192 shooting victims. There had been 31 homicides and 70...

 

Project Breaks Ground at Yale and SM Blvd

A three-story construction project has broken ground at the corner of Yale and Santa Monica Blvd. The project will replace a strip mall from the 1970's, with about 50 apartments above 10,000 square...

 

LAPD Seeks Venice Assault Suspect

LA Police are seeking the public's help finding a man who punched another man at Venice Beach, knocking him unconscious with a single strike. Surveillance video shows the suspect and another man...

 

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