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Culver City Council Ponders Changes to Commercial Tenant Eviction Moratorium

The Culver City Council this week discussed modifications to the local Commercial Tenant Eviction Moratorium (CTEM) which is expiring on March 31. At their Monday night's meeting, the councilmembers...

 

Didi Hirsch receives $1 million grant for teen suicide prevention

Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services was awarded a $1 million grant to expand its suicide prevention program for young people under age 24 and their families. The grant came from the Everychild...

 

Man Paralyzed In 2020 Knife Attack at Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Sues

. Gomez Trial Attorneys, announced the filing of lawsuit against Hilton Worldwide Holdings, Inc. and its Culver-City based Double Tree by Hilton Hotel. The lawsuit arises out of a September 19, 2020...

 

Lakers championship hopes rest on the shoulders of Davis

The health of the Lakers star forward, Anthony Davis is imperative if the lakers want to win another NBA title this season. Without Davis last season the Lakers would not have won the championship....

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    February 25, 2021

Drew Pearson and Tom Flores finally make the Pro Football Hall of Fame

The 2021 Pro Football Hall of Fame Class was announced earlier this month and there were two selections to the Hall of Fame that were long overdue. Former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Drew Pearson and former Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders head coach...

 

LAKERS WAIVE QUINN COOK

The Los Angeles Lakers have requested waivers on guard Quinn Cook, it was announced today. Cook appeared in 16 games for the Lakers this season, averaging 2.1 points in 3.9 minutes per game. A two-time NBA champion, he has played in 181 regular...

 

UCLA Football Sets Future Dates with HBCUs Alabama State, North Carolina Central

UCLA has added home games against Alabama State University and North Carolina Central University to its future football schedule, marking the first time the Bruins will face a historically black college or university (HBCU). UCLA will host Alabama...

 

PAUL GEORGE SELECTED AS WESTERN CONFERENCE ALL-STAR

The NBA announced today that LA Clippers guard/forward Paul George has been selected as a reserve for the 2021 NBA All-Star Game. The 70th NBA All-Star Game will be held at State Farm Arena in...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    February 25, 2021

Chargers should look to free agency for help on the offensive line

Coming off a season where both the offense and defense were ranked in the top ten, the Los Angeles Chargers might not seem to need a lot of improvement on either side of the ball. The Chargers were...

 

Sparks Sign Multi-Year Community Partnership with Anthem Blue Cross to Address Health Inequities and Social Justice

The Los Angeles Sparks and Anthem Blue Cross announced today a multi-year partnership aimed at serving under-resourced communities through social justice initiatives, health and wellness activations, and athlete advocacy. The New York Liberty,...

 

Bruins Ready to Defend Softball Title

"We say things like: pressure is a privilege. That means people are expecting great things from us. And that can only be a positive for us." (Kelly Inouye-Perez, UCLA Softball Head Coach. February...

 

Los Angeles Rams Finalize 2021 Sports Performance Staff

Rams Head Coach Sean McVay and Vice President, Sports Medicine and Performance Reggie Scott announced today additions and title changes to the Los Angeles Rams 2021 Sports Performance Staff. 2021 Los Angeles Rams Performance Staff Additions and...

 

UCLA MEN'S BASKETBALL SIGNEE PEYTON WATSON NAMED McDONALD'S ALL-AMERICAN

UCLA men's basketball signee Peyton Watson has been selected as a McDonald's All-America selection, as announced on Tuesday. In all, 48 high school seniors – comprising the top 24 boys and top 24 girls in the nation – have been selected by a comm...

 

Bass Joins Sánchez In Introducing U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021

This week congresswoman Karen Bass (CA-37) joined Congresswoman Linda T. Sánchez (CA-38) and U.S. Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) in introducing the bicameral U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021. Reps. Zoe...

 

Catalytic Converter Thieves Arrested.

Article by David Ganezer 2/17: The theft of a car part called a catalytic converter is an ongoing problem in LA County. All cars sold in California after 1974 are required to have catalytic converters. When cars are not parked in a secure area,...

 

City Sues Landlords For Eviction

By Jack Simon Santa Monica is taking a tougher stance against landlords who have ignored the eviction moratorium and aggressively tried to force out long-term tenants during the pandemic. The SM City...

 

Drunk Driver Collides With Urth

A DUI Suspect collided with barriers at Urth Cafe on Main Street in Santa Monica Friday Night. A suspected drunk driver hit the concrete barriers erected on Main Street outside Urth Cafe, to allow for outdoor dining in the Covid era, Santa Monica...

 

Lawsuit To Stop, Err, Courts from Hearing Lawsuits

A lawsuit seeks to limit in-person L.A. County civil trials because of COVID-19 risk A number of public interest attorneys filed a lawsuit Tuesday seeking to halt in-person traffic and eviction trials held in Los Angeles County, claiming COVID-19...

 

State Bar Called Racist

A civil rights group has threatened to sue the California State Bar. The suit alleges that bar exam facial scans designed to identify test takers, are in fact just another example of systemic racism. A prominent civil rights group is threatening to...

 

LAUSD Fires Police, Hires Climate coaches

The Los Angeles Unified School District has voted to ax 133 members of its police force — and replace them with school “climate coaches” to help underserved students. The district’s board voted Tuesday night to cut the Los Angeles School...

 

Fatal Car Crash at Olympic & Overland

2/17: A woman was killed and a teenager was hospitalized in a West Los Angeles car crash Wednesday, an LAFD spokesman said. Witnesses called 911 about a two-car collision in the area of West Olympic...

 

Where's Hunter? Try the Venice Canals

A group of what appear to be federal agents in black SUVs can be seen at the Venice canals and in a nearby parking lot, and news reports hint that Hunter Biden and his family have moved into a rental...

 

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