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Articles from the September 15, 2022 edition

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Motorist Arrested by CCPD on Charges of Manufacturing Assault Weapon

Culver City police arrested a motorist in the early hours of September 13 on "suspicion of manufacturing assault weapons." The arrest occurred around 1:45 a.m. near the corner of Sepulveda Boulevard...

 

Culver Loses to Warren

The Culver City High School lost their football game Friday night 54-20. Read the full story in this week’s Culver City or online at www.culvercityobserver.com. The Centaurs next game is this Friday at LaSerna in Whittier at 7pm...

 

Culver City Chamber to Host Council, School Board Candidates' Forums

The Culver City Chamber of Commerce will hold two Candidates’ Forums over the next two weeks to find out more about those running for the City Council and School Board this November. The Chamber wil...

 

Rain Barrel Giveaway Events Announced

West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) announced today that it will host five drive-through rain barrel pick-up events at locations throughout the service area to give away a total of 1500...

 

Bill to Double Number of Health Clinics on School Campuses Headed to Gov. Newsom

A bill that would double the number of health clinics on school campuses is headed to Gov. Gavin Newsom for approval despite objections from anti-abortion groups that contend the clinics would make it...

 

Beverly Hills Man Gets 5-Year Prison Sentence for Hiring Hit Man to Kill Woman He Dated

A Beverly Hills man was sentenced to five years behind bars this week for trying to hire a "hit man" to kill a woman he briefly dated in 2020. In June, Scott Berkett, 25, pleaded guilty to a single count of using interstate facilities to commit...

 

Gas prices falling across U.S., but not in California

By LARA KORTE Politico Gas prices are dropping for nearly everyone in the country but remain stubbornly high in California, where state officials are blaming oil companies and reminding voters that relief is on the way in the form of tax rebates...

 

Rams lose home opener, get ready for Atlanta

Soon after hoisting their 2021 NFL Championship banner to the SoFi Stadium rafters the Buffalo Bills dismantled the reigning Super Bowl Champion Rams from the opening drive, eventually waltzing to a 3...

 

Centaurs defense will be tested against the Warren Bears

So far this football season Culver City's defense coached by defensive coordinator Derrick Huezo has proven to be a bright spot for on a team that has several bright spots. Everyone wants to talk...

 

UCLA cruises past Alabama State, faces South Alabama Saturday

For the first time in UCLA Bruins football history, the Bruins played an FCS school on Saturday, defeating the Alabama State Hornets 45-7 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. It was also their first game...

 

UCLA survives heat and early mistakes to win home opener

As the late great former Ohio State head coach Woody Hayes once said, "There can be no great victories in life without great adversity." For the UCLA Bruins football team, that is a quote they should embrace. On an incredibly hot day at the Rose...

 

OVER 121 MILLION FANS WATCH NFL GAMES DURING KICKOFF WEEKEND TO OPEN 2022 SEASON

Over the course of one of the greatest Kickoff weekends in memory, over 121 million NFL fans watched games filled with comebacks and thrilling finishes over television and digital platforms. Average viewership for all games during Kickoff weekend...

 

Culver City Neighborhood Holds Carwash to Help Funeral Expenses after Death of Byron Simmons in a Motorcycle Accident

By David Ganezer Observer Staff Writer "He's survived by his wife Jennifer and his kids Dominic and Jenna. He was a loving, genuine and caring person." .11.22: A Culver City neighborhood came out to...

 

2022 NFL Power Rankings – Week 02

1. Buffalo Bills (1-0): The Bills easily defeated the Super Bowl champion Rams and let the NFL world know that they are the team to beat in 2022. Quarterback Josh Allen threw for three touchdowns and...

 

Culver City Sister City Committee

The Culver City Sister City Committee, a non-profit organization that fosters international friendship, seeks four high school students (two boys and two girls) to participate in an exchange trip to o...

 

County Residents Urged to Suspend Outdoor Watering for 15 Days

More than 4 million residents in Los Angeles County are being urged to suspend outdoor watering for 15 days — starting this week — while the Metropolitan Water District repairs a leak in a major...

 

Chargers hold on to beat the Raiders

In the 2022 offseason, the Los Angeles Chargers started with about $58 million in salary cap space, according to Spotrac.com and had eight draft picks in the 2022 NFL draft. The money and the picks...

 

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