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Amed Robber Hits 7-11

On Tuesday November 17, 2020 at approximately 8:25 PM, Culver City Police Officers received a radio call of an armed robbery that just occurred at 7-11, located at 5495 Sepulveda Blvd. CCPD officers arrived on scene within one minute, however the...

 

2020 NFL Power Rankings – Week 10

1.Pittsburgh Steelers (8-0): The Steelers escaped with a victory over hapless Dallas Cowboys, but as Mike Tomlin said after the game, "We can't keep having this conversation every week because one of...

 

CC Police Seeking Suspect In Armed Robbery at Trader Joe's

Culver City police are looking for a man who committed a brazen armed robbery at Trader Joe's last Friday. The suspect is described a black man, 20 to 30 years of age, approximately 6-foot tall, thin...

 

Eriksson Overtakes Puza for 3rd Place in Tight City Council Race

Culver City Mayor Goran Eriksson received good news from the Los Angeles County Registrar this week but the City Council race is not over as mailed-in ballots are still being counted daily. The...

 

Culver CityCovid-19 Update: 470 Cases

Experiencing the same surge as its neighbors, Culver City recorded a sharp uptick in the rate of Coronavirus infection over the past month, the County Health Department has announced. As of press...

 

County Officials Warns Against Property Tax Scam

County officials are alerting the public about scammers going to residences to collect in-person property tax payments from homeowners. Los Angeles County Tax Collector Keith Knox and County Assessor Jeffrey Prang said the property tax scam has been...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    November 12, 2020

COVID-19 implication on flu vaccination rates

DEAR EDITOR,, On a Saturday morning, during the month October 2020; more than 80 cars are lined up on the streets adjacent to a medical office building in Culver City, California. It is noted that...

 

CCUSD Announces Sponsor-a-Family Program to Help District Families in Need

Culver City Unified School District recognizes that the holiday season can be stressful for families who are most in need. Again, this year, CCUSD School and Family Support Services is coordinating...

 

LAFC Ends Regular Season With a Tie

The way LAFC's 2020 MLS season was trending, it was almost expected that the visiting Portland Timbers would equalize the score late during their last match of the regular reason on a cold Sunday...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    November 12, 2020

Chargers Headed to Miami After Another Heartbreaking Loss

The late great UCLA Hall of Fame basketball coach, John Wooden, once said, "Losing is only temporary and not all encompassing. You must simply study it, learn from it, and try hard not to lose the...

 

Rams Face Seattle in Key Game After Bye Week

The bye Week was a charm for the Los Angeles Rams. One week ago they were suffering after having lost to a Miami Dolphins team that had no business being in the game, yet managed to beat the Rams,...

 

Highly ranked Culver City football team getting ready for the season

For the past three years Culver City high school has had one of the best football programs in the state. Now the Centaurs have arrived. They are ranked 24th in the state and 16th in Southern...

 

UCLA MEN'S BASKETBALL RANKED NO. 22 IN AP PRESEASON POLL

The UCLA men's basketball program has been ranked No. 22 in the Associated Press (AP) preseason poll, as released by the AP on Monday. The Bruins, who went 19-12 last season with a 12-6 record in the...

 

Center Theatre Group Digital Stage Schedule

Premiering This Week: “Disgraced” premieres November 11 at 12 p.m. Pacific. Audio production streamed free to the public and available on demand until January 10, 2021 at https://www.centertheatregroup.org/digitalstage/streami...

 

Friend SSSHC Annual Meeting

You are invited to the Friends of the Sandy Segal Youth Health Center’s annual meeting and program virtually this year. The zoom is scheduled for Monday, November 16, 2020. Installation of officers and President Diana Hauptman’s review of the...

 

Val Schwab

Born Vilma Mary DiGregorio 12/31/26 Newton, Massachusetts Passed Away 5/13/20 Carlsbad, California Val began her career at Universal Studios where she worked with the Prop Department, coordinated...

 

7-Eleven Approved at Wilshire & Berkeley

by Alyssa Erdley News with Attitude The Santa Monica Planning Commission approved a permit for 7-Eleven convenience store to move into the former Bank of America building on Wilshire at Berkeley. The...

 

Calif. Passes 1 Million Covid Cases

California became the second state in the U.S. to top a million Covid cases, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. The state reached the grim milestone a week after Texas reported a million cases. Los Angeles County currently has 328,058...

 

Brittney Spears Loses Conservatorship Fight

An LA Superior Court judge denied a motion by Britney Spears, 38, to have her father removed as conservator of her estate. Jamie Spears has been his daughter's legal guardian for 12 years, due to...

 

California Slowly Counts Ballots

By Alyssa Erdley News with Attitude. As of Tuesday, a full week after the national election, California has only counted 82 percent of the vote. An estimated 2,740,846 ballots have not yet been...

 

LA County Covid Surge Alarms Officials

Again warning of a "real and alarming'" surge in COVID-19 cases, Los Angeles County's public health director Barbara Ferrer said Monday LA County is vastly expanding its community outreach efforts to...

 

CCFD Puts Out Fire in Palms

Culver City and Los Angeles firefighters extinguished a fire at a vacant commercial building on Thursday. Heavy smoke poured from the building at 10801 W. Venice Blvd., according to Nicholas Prange of the Los Angeles Fire Dept."Crews fighting fire...

 

Santa Monica Celebrates VD

Santa Monica celebrated Veterans Day “as we do every year,” said a post from Acting City Manager and Interim City Attorney Lane Dilg. “Councilmember Gleam Davis and mother to a West Point graduate and service member opened the ceremony,...

 

City Says it Promotes Covid Recovery

The City of Santa Monica claims that it is supporting local businesses in their attempt to recover from the lockdowns and other disruptions of Covid-19 and the George Floyd riots earlier this year. "A...

 

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