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Culver City Council Approves New Rent Control Ordinance

The City Council this week took one final step toward adopting a new comprehensive rent control ordinance in Culver City. At a marathon meeting Monday night, Councilmembers voted 4-1 to introduce two...

 

Sizzler Chain Files for Bankruptcy

Sizzler, the restaurant chain founded in Culver City in 1958, has declared bankruptcy, filing for Chapter 11 in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of California on Monday. The company, which currently operates 107 locations, said...

 

Police Nab Burglary Suspect

On Tuesday September 22, at Midnight, Culver City Police Officers responded to a residential burglary in progress in the 4100 block of Lafayette Place. Officers arrived in less than one minute of receiving the call. Upon arrival, they learned, the...

 

Shots Fired at Culver City Park

On Monday September 21, 2 at 1:15 AM, Culver City Police Officers were in the area of Culver City Park, located at 9910 Jefferson Blvd. The officers heard a succession of gunshots in the immediate area. A containment was established and after an...

 

Rams face undefeated Bills on Sunday

Like clockwork, the Los Angeles Rams are off to another quick start to the NFL season head coach Sean McVay. After a well-earned 37-19 road win over the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 2, the team has a...

 

The Future is now for the Chargers

The choice of the starting quarterback for the first game of the 2020 NFL season was an easy one for Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, there were no...

 

Young quarterbacks and defense pace the Chargers and Rams

Some people say defense wins championships but if you don't score points a good defense can be wasted. Two games into the 2020 season and the Chargers and Rams have the right combination to have...

 

BRIDGING GENERATIONS TO BATTLE SCAMS

QUESTION: What do you get when you combine a determined Girl Scout with a seasoned and scam-savvy acting group, each aiming to keep seniors from becoming victims? ANSWER: A generationally synergistic...

 

California Statewide Fire Summary

September 24, 2020 Please note this mornings update has been revised to reflect updated information for the Top 20 fact sheets located at the bottom of this document. Crews continue to battle 26...

 

SOFI STADIUM AND HOLLYWOOD PARK TO HOST VOTE CENTER

For More Information or to Register to Vote, Visit lavote.net To commemorate National Voter Registration Day, SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park, Los Angeles Chargers and Los Angeles Rams today announced that a Vote Center location will be established...

 

Progress on Bobcat Fire

By Stan Greene 9/24: The Bobcat Fire in the San Gabriel Mountains has burned over 113,000 acres, an area the size of Denver, Colorado. This fire is the source of most of the smoke over the Westside...

 

SM CEO Investigated for Animal Cruelty

By Sarah Storkin Video shows the CEO of a Santa Monica environmental consulting firm striking his dog in a luxury condominium building. "Jeffrey Previte, 46, was caught on security camera thrashing...

 

Sur La Table

Sur La Table will close several Los Angeles locations, including stores in Santa Monica, Woodland Hills, Los Angeles and El Segundo as the company shutters more than half of its stores across the...

 

Crash Closes Tunnel

The McClure Tunnel was closed Sunday night following a crash involving five vehicles on the 10 Freeway in Santa Monica, the California Highway Patrol said. The crash happened in the McLure Tunnel...

 

Earthquake Friday Night

A 4.5-magnitude earthquake struck the Los Angeles area 11:37 pm PST Friday, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. The quake was centered less than two miles west-southwest of South El Monte and occurred at 11:38 p.m. Several aftershocks occurred...

 

George Gascon of San Francisco Wants to be Your County District Attorney, but You Don't Want Him

By Alyssa Erdley News with Attitude George Gascon, a Havana-born former police officer, resigned his position as San Francisco District Attorney in October, at the same time announcing his intention to run for the same office in Los Angeles County....

 

Group Accuses Councilmember Davis of Conflict of Interest

By David Ganezer The Santa Monica Transparency Project has written an open letter accusing SM City Council member Gleam Davis of a conflict of interest regarding the proposed expansion of the Miramar Hotel, a project which has been in the works for a...

 

2020 NFL Power Rankings – Week 03

1. Kansas City Chiefs (2-0): The Chiefs needed some incredible kicking from Harrison Butker to pull out a win over the Chargers in overtime. Butker nailed two 58-yard field goal attempts, including...

 

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