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Articles from the October 15, 2020 edition

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CC Policing Report Lacking Key Data, New Council to Tackle Issue in January

The City Council met this week to discuss the findings of the Public Safety Report and recommendations from the City Manager's office in regard to "changes in police standards and budgeting" in...

 

California Statewide Fire Summary

October 15, 2020 Today Nearly 9,000 firefighters remain on the frontlines of 21 wildfires across the state, 12 of which remain major incidents. Late last night, a new fire erupted near Redlands in San...

 

Shooting on Venice and Sepulveda Blvd

On Wednesday October 14, at 1221 AM, Culver City Police Officer’s, along with the Culver City Fire Department received a radio call of a shooting that just occurred in the area of Venice Blvd and Sepulveda Blvd. Upon the officer’s arrival, a...

 

Culver City to Host Virtual Job Fair October 16

The Culver City’s Economic Recovery Task Force will host a free virtual job fair this Friday, October 16, from 10 a.m. to noon. The event, which will be produced as part of the City’s economic recovery efforts in collaboration with the Chamber of...

 

LAFC: Seattle Victory followed by Loss to Whitecaps

Just when it appeared that LAFC was on the road to recovery, it hit a bump up in Portland, Oregon on Wednesday night against the Vancouver Whitecaps FC. After a significant and very satisfying 3-1...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    October 15, 2020

Chargers lose another heartbreaker to the Saints

The New Orleans Saints have ended recent seasons with some heartbreaking losses in the playoffs. Their last three seasons have ended with the "Minneapolis Miracle," the "blatant missed pass...

 

Dodgers fight back against the Atlanta Braves

The first three games of the National League Championship series between the Dodgers and the Braves has produced a combination of good hitting and good pitching. Both of those teams have exhibited...

 

What can the Lakers do for an encore?

The Lakers championship season ended six days ago and the buzz has already started. Can they repeat? Will they have the same team? Will Father time catch up to LeBron James? Will free agent Anthony...

 

Rams Gear up to Face 49ers after Crushing WFT

The buzz stirring the hot autumn air is the Rams defense. In the aftermath of Aaron Donald and Co.'s relentless 31-10 assault on the Washington Football Team last Sunday, the Los Angeles Rams are...

 

Dodgers Foundation and Kershaw's Challenge give away shoes

By the Los Angeles Dodgers The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation and Kershaw's Challenge joined Shoes that Fit to provide new shoes to over 800 students from the 92nd Street Elementary School last...

 

Chamber of Commerce Recommendations on Ballot Measures

This year, after much conversation and discussion, we have chosen not to endorse any candidates for the City Council or School Board races. We appreciate the opportunity we had to host one of the City's only Candidate Forums that had all the...

 

Senator Sanders Endorses Holly Mitchell for Supervisor

LO- Sen. Bernie Sanders announced Friday his endorsement of Sen. Holly Mitchell for Supervisor as part of his slate of 19 progressive Democratic candidates running for state, city and county level...

 

Commissioner Lara Announces New Appointments

Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara today announced the newest members of the California Department of Insurance’s Curriculum Board, the California Life and Health Insurance Guarantee Association’s (CLHIGA) Board of Directors, and the California...

 

Local Business Owner appointed to Insurance Curriculum Board

Local business owner Lynne Davidson has been appointed to the California Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau’s (WCIRB) Governing Committee. Davidson is President of Tito’s Tacos Mexican Restaurant. She has been a board member of the C...

 

2020 NFL Power Rankings – Week 06

1. Seattle Seahawks (5-0): The Seahawks were inches from losing on Sunday Night, but they got a big fourth down stop and then drove 94 yards in 13 plays to win on quarterback Russell Wilson's...

 

Measure B Proponents Maintain They're not Against Rent Control

Leaders of Protect Culver City, the much-maligned, local political action committee that placed the rent control initiative on November 3 ballot, told the Observer this week that Measure B was never meant as a “statement for or against rent...

 

VILLAGE WELL PRESENTS PERIPATETIC POET BRIAN SONIA-WALLACE

Ever wonder what it would be like to be a young poet roaming the country with your manual typewriter, hiring yourself out in malls and wherever you could set up a little work area so you could have...

 

3 Stabbed on Santa Monica Pier

The SMPD responded to a report of a fight on the pier at about 8:30 p.m. and found there had been a stabbing, Capt. Saul Rodriguez of the Santa Monica Police Department said in a statement. Three men...

 

Traffic Collision at Pico and Stewart Tuesday Morning Kills a Female Pedestrian.

Tuesday morning at about 8:00 a.m., the Santa Monica Police Department (SMPD) responded to a radio call for service regarding a traffic collision involving a female pedestrian and vehicle at Pico Blvd...

 

Starbucks Spill Sticks Stymied

Maybe it's not the worst inconvenience of living here. But if you want to avoid getting hot coffee spilled on you in Santa Monica, you're out of luck. Thanks to our current city council, single-use...

 

Local Rents Down

Have you noticed more lawn signs than last year advertising apartments for rent? Well, you could be seeing a trend. Santa Monica rents have decreased over 10% since the Coronavirus lockdown began on...

 

2,350 LBS Pumpkin from MN wins California contest

An annual pumpkin-weighing contest in Northern California has a new winner: a horticulture teacher from Minnesota who raised a giant gourd weighing 2,350 pounds HALF MOON BAY, Calif.(AP) -- Being...

 

Health Equity Metric is Racist

by Corva Corvax A Logical Opinion Governor Newsom released a new "equity metric" last week that adds to the requirements necessary before a county can move to a less restrictive tier. The census tracts in the lowest quartile of the Healthy Place Inde...

 

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