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Articles from the April 30, 2020 edition

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Drone Assists in Arrest

On Sunday morning just after midnight the Culver City police deployed a drone to locate a burglary suspect. According to the Culver City Police Department, (CCPD) the incident was reported at 12:36...

 

COVID-19 Reports

The Culver City Observer has revised its website and readers will find a separate category for COVID-19 on our navigation bar just under the masthead. We have moved all stories and press releases run in the observer under that heading for the...

 

Current Coronavirus Totals

As of press time the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health reports 50 cases of COVID19 in Culver City with one death attributed to the virus. Countywide the total infected stands at 22,485...

 

Exer Urgent Care Now Conducting Antibody Testing For Covid-19

Exer Urgent Care announced antibody testing for COVID-19 is available at all 16 clinic locations across Southern California. The FDA-authorized antibody test detects the presence of the virus through...

 

Education Foundation Announces New Executive Director

The Culver City Education Foundation (CCEF) announced Williams Niles has been named its new executive director. Williams Niles has worked in the non-profit sector for over 25 years including serving...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    April 30, 2020

Chargers find their Quarterbacks of the Future

It is not often that a football team can find their future offensive leader and their future defensive leader in the same draft. The Los Angeles Chargers hope that they just accomplished that in the...

 

Restaurants

The below listings are taken from public notifications. We have made every effort to display the correct information. Customers should check with the individual businesses for changes. Local business wo wish to be listed for free should email...

 

NFL Plans Draft In Las Vegas 2022

During the 2020 on Thursday evening NFL Draft, Commissioner Roger Goodell announced that the NFL will be recommitting to Las Vegas for the 87th annual NFL Draft in 2022. This comes after the 2020...

 

"I might have met the future president"

By Ethan Dumper KidScoop Media Correspondent I was in Charleston, South Carolina covering the 10th DNC presidential debate for Kid Scoop media. This was my first event. I was nervous but prepared....

 

Make Taco Tuesday in America Great Again by Giving Tacos to Healthcare Workers

By Rachel Ganz Observer Staff Writer We must pull together, stand tall and help those in need. It is people like Jazmine Marie and Luca Marino who organized the "Go fund me fundraiser" Taco Tuesday...

 

Antibody Testing Suggest Number of COVID-19 Infections Worse

USC and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) today released preliminary results from a collaborative scientific study that suggests infections from the new coronavirus ar...

 

Message From The Fox Hills Board of Directors

Dear Fox Hills Residents, To assist in supporting the most vulnerable in our community we listed 2 ways to help: 1. Please donate as you are able to "Feed Culver" : www.feedculver.org - This is a partnership between local restaurants, the Exchange...

 

The Verdi Chorus Presents First Online Chorus

Due to popular demand, the Verdi Chorus is extending its first online concert, a streaming of its Spring 2018 program The Force of Destiny led by Founding Artistic Director Anne Marie Ketchum,...

 

Local Sports Franchises Come Together to Create 'Teams For LA'

Fans of many of Los Angeles' most popular professional sports franchises will now have the chance to acquire merchandise bearing their favorite team's recognizable logos and colors while also...

 

California to Allow Resumption of Cancer Surgery

California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a modification to the state’s stay-at-home order that would allow certain essential surgeries to be scheduled again. He did not provide a date for when other coronavirus restrictions will be lifted. “We are...

 

California Bans Protests as Corona Gets Political

By Leonard "Guzz" Brophy Although there has been some grumbling online about the severe stay-at-home orders in Santa Monica, so far there has been no organized (or even disorganized) protesting on...

 

A Message to the Culver City Business Community from Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells

These may be the most difficult times Culver City's business community has ever experienced. National unemployment is at a level never seen before in modern American history. Our business community...

 

SMC Student Journalism Awards

By Grace Smith The Corsair, Santa Monica College's student-run news outlet, has won an award for "online general excellence" from the Journalism Association of Community Colleges (JACC) and four...

 

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