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Drone Program Receives High Marks

The Culver City Police and Fire Departments gave council and the public an interim report on the drone pilot program. Prior to the council meeting a demonstration was held in the courtyard at city...

 

Rams Nearing End of Season

Slim and... with a sliver of a chance to make the 2019 NFL Playoffs, the inconsistent Los Angeles Rams will take on the suddenly challenged but playoff-bound San Francisco 49ers this Saturday at...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    December 19, 2019

Seven Turnovers Cost Chargers the Game

The single play epitomized the entire Chargers season. With the Minnesota Vikings leading 12-10, the Los Angeles Chargers had taken advantage of a turnover and driven to the Vikings 26-yard line with...

 

Centaurs Pass Out Honors at Football Banquet

Sports banquets are held to celebrate the past season. Whether the season was good or bad everyone gets together to give each other a pat on back. Culver City's 2019 football banquet was special...

 

NFL Power Rankings – Week 16

1. Baltimore Ravens (12-2): The Ravens had 12 players named to the Pro Bowl teams, tying an NFL record for most players on the Pro Bowl squad. Kicker Justin Tucker made his third pro bowl. Tucker, the...

 

Application Being Accepted for Police Chief's Advisory Panel

Culver City Community Members are invited to apply to be part of the Culver City Police Department Chief's Advisory Panel. If you interested in what happens in your community and your Police...

 

Carson Mayor Robles Announces Run for Supervisorial Seat

Mark Ridley-Thomas on the L.A. County Board of Supervisors. I n announcing his candidacy Robles said, “We need a representative who cares about Carson, Compton, Lynwood, Gardena, Hawthorne, Lawndale, Culver City and Inglewood and all the...

 

City Moves to Hire Homeless Czar

The Culver City Council voted Monday night to hire a Homeless Czar at the pay rate of $195,000 per year to address the city's homeless problem. Despite the fiscal emergency the city declared...

 

LA County Democrats to Support Wesson

LA City Council President Herb Wesson received the official endorsement of the Los Angeles County Democratic Party (LACDP) after a landslide vote where Mr. Wesson received more than 60% of the...

 

Supervisors Race Heats Up

With Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas termed out for the Second District seat he has held since 2008 a plethora of candidates have entered the race. Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson,...

 

West Basin Moves Proposed Desal Facility Forward Despite Growing Public Opposition

West Basin Board voted 4-1 to pursue its proposed ocean desalination plant despite cries from opposition to first exhaust smarter options A coalition of environmentalists, climate and public health advocates, and concerned LA County residents gathere...

 

California Budget to Top $101 Billion

California Governor Newsom will soon announce his budget for 2019-2020 and guess what the latest projection claims total spending of $101.6 billion. The Los Angeles Times said weeks ago this is a...

 

Let School Board Members Pan For Gold

I have a great idea to get money to the Culver City Unified School District, so the people won’t need to raise taxes again this year. Over the past 10 or 15 years, the Board of Education must have...

 

Jonathan Quick LA Kings two-time Stanley Cup champion goalie

Los Angeles Kings two-time Stanley Cup champion goalie, Jonathan Quick, seems to have now turned the corner after a rough start to the season. He has permitted two goals or fewer in five of his last s...

 

Matt Luff is working to make his name permanent on the Kings roster

From being called up to the Los Angeles Kings, to being down with the Ontario Reign, and now back up with the Kings, 22-year old right-winger Matt Luff is working to make his name permanent on the...

 

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