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Covid-19 Transmission Surges in LA County, Culver City

With Covid-19 cases surging and hospitalizations nearing records, the Los Angeles County Health officials has announced new restrictions to curb the spread of the virus that has so far claimed more...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    November 26, 2020

Chargers hang on to defeat the Jets

With the Los Angeles Chargers, no game is over until it is over. On Sunday afternoon at SoFi Stadium, the Chargers led 24-6 over the New York Jets at halftime. The Chargers had scored 24 unanswered...

 

Rams are in a Prime Position in the NFC

A resilient offense, a rejuvenated kicking game and a staunch defense have vaulted the Los Angeles Rams into prime position in the NFC with only six games remaining on their 2020 regular season...

 

Rose Parade: You Can Be a Part of the Show!

Calling Rose Parade fans to be in TV Entertainment Special airing on New Year’s Day Today the Pasadena Tournament of Roses® announced a once in a lifetime opportunity for Rose Parade® fans – be a part of the New Year’s Day TV Entertainment...

 

Hailey Horn-Bostel Earns Dean's Award with Distinction

)-- Hailey Horn-Bostel, a member of the Colgate University Class of 2022, has earned the spring 2020 Dean's Award with Distinction. Horn-Bostel is a Psychological Science major from Culver City, CA...

 

Ron Coleman Dead at 85

Ron Coleman was born in Culver City on Jan. 27, 1935, and died on Oct. 30, 2020. Ron went to be with the Lord, his loved ones shared. He grew up in Westchester, Calif., and attended El Camino College...

 

2020 NFL Power Rankings – Week 12

1. Pittsburgh Steelers (10-0): The only question left for the Steelers is, can they stay ahead of the Chiefs for the overall best record in the AFC? The Chiefs may be the best team in the NFL, but it...

 

Culver City Police Receive Green Light to Hire More Jailers

City Council has approved a plan to hire 3 more jailers to bring Culver City "in compliance with Class 1 jail regulations immediately before someone hurts themselves." The proposal, which would cost...

 

Armed 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...

 

CCHS Annual Giving Campaign kicks off December 1

Culver City High School is one week away from kicking off their Annual Giving Campaign which starts Giving Tuesday, December 1, 2020. Giving Tuesday was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that en...

 

A THANKSGIVING MEMORY

The kitchen is NOT my happy place. While I love enjoying delicious food prepared by others, when it comes to cooking, mine is limited to cooking up ideas for stories, cartoons, and solutions to...

 

MAIL-IN BALLOTS and the COST OF RUNNING

With the state sanctioning of voting by mail due to the pandemic and for the convenience of all currently registered voters. You are now able to fill out your ballot while sunning in your back yard, lying in bed, or even while sitting on your...

 

Culver City Transportation Department Named "Transit Agency of the Year"

The Culver City Transportation Department is being recognized by the California Transit Association for its accomplishments with the Distinguished Transit Agency of the Year Award for 2020. The...

 

Rams beat Seahawks, now in 3-way tie for first

A swaggering defense and SoFi Stadium's home-field advantage has elevated the Los Angeles Rams into a three-way tie for first place in the NFC West. The 23-16 victory over the Seattle Seahawks last...

 

LAFC faces Seattle Sounders in first MLS Cup Playoffs

The table is set for LAFC's matchup with the Seattle Sounders in Round One of the 2020 MLS Cup Playoffs. The Black and Gold will face the current league defending Champion on Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. PT,...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    November 26, 2020

Chargers fall to Dolphins as their Special teams' collapse

The Los Angeles Chargers knew they were in for a tough game when they traveled to Miami this past weekend. The Dolphins had won four in a row and had gone 3-1 against the tough NFC West. They were...

 

Culver City's highly ranked football team is training and hoping at the same time

Culver City's football team is training hard and everyone is keeping their fingers crossed that their will be a season played despite the coronavirus. The Centaurs have a lot to lose if their season...

 

DODGERS FOUNDATION WINS ONE OF BEYOND SPORT'S 2020 SPORT FOR REDUCED RACIAL INEQUALITIES COLLECTIVE IMPACT AWARDS

The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation (LADF) announced today that it has been named as a recipient of Beyond Sport's 2020 Sport for Reduced Racial Inequalities Collective Impact Awards supported by The DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation. The 2020...

 

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3 Things Newsom is Telling Us

by Alyssa Erdley News with Attitude California Governor Gavin Newsom was outed as having flouted his own state's guidelines and rules when he was caught attending a birthday party on November 6 at...

 

3% of LA Gets Covid

11/19 LA County Dept. of Public Health reports 2,301 newly confirmed coronavirus cases and 25 new deaths, bringing countywide totals to 344,523 cumulative cases and 7,299 deaths. This means that about 3% of the County’s population of 10 million hav...

 

Boys & Girls Club Give Away

Boys and Girls Club says it will give away away free Thanksgiving groceries to over 1,430 families and students in need. “Giving Thanks(giving)” 2020’s recipients are required to register in advance; they will receive the makings of a complete...

 

VA to House Homeless Vets

By Stan Greene You may have driven by a colony of homeless people living in tents on San Vicente, just outside the VA. Now army veterans are demanding that the Veterans Administration in Westwood, allow them to camp on the groups. The Westwood VA...

 

Upzoning Webinar Does Not Solicit Input

By Alyssa Erdley, News with Attitude A series of webinars run by the City of Santa Monica's Planning Department was billed as a way for the public to comment on the required upzoning to accommodate...

 

Toilet Paper Deja Vu

Local residents are reporting shortages of toilet paper and cleaning supplies once again at local markets. Such shortages were common in April after the original lockdown began. The shortage appears to be affecting big box stores like Costco more....

 

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