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Coyotes Feast on 15 Carlson Park Cats

Culver City's ongoing problem with coyotes leaped to new heights on Tuesday, when three more cats were killed by the wild mongreals. The coyote situation is really out of control. Last night there...

 

Culver City Native Stanton 'Setting' Her Future

Culver City native Malea Stanton will be taking her volleyball game to the next level this summer in Pula, Croatia, and in New York as an NCAA Division I student-athlete. Stanton was selected as...

 

Culver Police Provide Safety Tips As Vacation Season Hits its Peak

There were two burglaries in Culver City this past week, the Culver Police Department reports, adding that homeowners and renters should take extra safety-precautions as the summer vacation-season cre...

 
 By Larry Weiner    Sports    July 5, 2018

Centaurs Undefeated in Passing Tournament Pool Play

After winning their first two passing tournaments, the Culver City Centaurs entered one of the biggest and most prestigious tourneys of the summer--the "Bonita Air Assault" in the San Gabriel Valley....

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    July 5, 2018

LA Football Club Beats Philly 4-1

LAFC is on its way to enjoying the most successful inaugural season of any Los Angeles professional franchise in the city's long history. Also clearly emerging is a star named Dio, the 28-year old...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    July 5, 2018

Angry Residents Confront Council

In an apparent effort to stave-off possible action by the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Public Integrity Unit of alleged Brown Act violations, the Culver City Council has re-agenized a vote...

 
 By David W. Myers    News    July 5, 2018

Local Bank Robbery Thwarted

By David W. Myers Managing Editor A robbery at the Bank of America branch on Culver Boulevard in Downtown was thwarted Monday because the robber fled before the teller could hand over the cash that...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    July 5, 2018

Culver City Just Lost its Moral Compass

Dear Editor, As a lifelong Liberal Democrat and 35-year resident of Culver City, I've seen lots of changes--some good and some bad. But never yet have I witnessed the City losing its moral compass ....

 

Alejandro "Alex" Delacruz Ortega

Longtime Culver City resident and Culver High graduate Alejandro "Alex" Ortega has passed away quietly at his home, surrounded by his family and friends. He was 50 years old. He was born in 1968 in...

 

All Revved Up for Relay for Life

By Sandra Coopersmith Features Writer "Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans."-- John Lennon, "Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy)" Anyone who's gone through a life changing...

 

Home Prices Rise but Foreclosures Grow More Worrisome

The median price of a single-family home in the state reached a record $600,860 in May, the California Association of Realtors said last week, while prices in Culver City and the rest of the Los...

 

A Bit of Brazil at City Hall

The brilliant, rhythmic sounds of Brazil will fill the air at Culver City Hall on Thursday, July 12, when Culver's Boulevard Music Summer Festival begins at 7 p.m. on the palm-lined Dale Jones...

 

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