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 News    August 6, 2020 

Homeless Man with Knife Killed During Confrontation with Culver City Police

A knife-wielding homeless man was shot and killed during a confrontation with localpolice in a parking structure Monday afternoon, authorities said. During the confrontation, a Culver City police...

 
 News    August 6, 2020 

5 Candidates Seeking Seats on City Council, So Far

With filing deadline fast approaching, the Culver City municipal election has so far attracted 5 candidates vying for 3 seats on the City Council. The Council candidates who filed their papers before...

 

Culver City Seeing Decline in Covid-19 Cases

As of press time Wednesday, the number of local residents with Covid-19 rose to 330 cases, a 5% increase from last week's total of 313. Deaths related to Coronavirus increased to 29 in Culver City....

 

Coronavirus Infection Rate Slowing Down in Culver City

The number of confirmed Coronavirus cases in Culver City is rising at a slow rate while Los Angeles County is setting new daily records of infection and deaths, the County Health Department has...

 
 News    August 6, 2020 

City Council to Place Real Property Transfer Tax Initiative on Nov. 3 Ballot

City Council held a special meeting this week to discuss whether to add an initiative to the November 3 ballot to increase the city's real property transfer tax (RETT) and shore up its financial...

 
 News    August 6, 2020 

City Council Okays Rates of Real Estate Transfer Tax Initiative

City Council this week approved the "fine-tuned" resolution to place an initiative on the November 3 ballot to increase the city's real property transfer tax (RETT) for sales above $1.5 million. The...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    August 6, 2020 

Salter keeps the ball rolling at Culver City High School

Almost every successful organization is led by brilliant people at the top and a lot of times they are unsung heroes. They don't get a lot of credit but everyone in the organization knows who that...

 
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5 Candidates Seeking Seats on City Council, So Far

With filing deadline fast approaching, the Culver City municipal election has so far attracted 5 candidates vying for 3 seats on the City Council. The Council candidates who filed their papers before...

 

City Council to Place Real Property Transfer Tax Initiative on Nov. 3 Ballot

City Council held a special meeting this week to discuss whether to add an initiative to the November 3 ballot to increase the city’s real property transfer tax (RETT) and shore up its financial state. Following a two-hour session, the Council...

 

Coronavirus Infection Rate Slowing Down in Culver City

The number of confirmed Coronavirus cases in Culver City is rising at a slow rate while Los Angeles County is setting new daily records of infection and deaths, the County Health Department has reported. As of press time Wednesday, the number of...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    July 30, 2020

Culver City High School Sports Will Look Different in the Fall

The coronavirus continues to dictate what's going to happen in sports and life in general and high school sports is no exception. The 2020-2021 season will turn to a different format because of...

 

How to Get Big and Stay Small

Culver City is expected to experience a business boom within the next couple of years, writes Joseph Pimentel at www.bisnow.com. Apple, Amazon and HBO are slated to bring a major new workforce to the...

 

Man Stabbed At Big Lots In Culver City

7/21: A man was stabbed in the hand Monday afternoon at a Big Lots store in Culver City, police said. The suspect approached the victim at the store at 5587 Sepulveda Blvd., near Jefferson Boulevard. He demanded money and "began to violently swing...

 

City of Culver City Requirements for Face Coverings

Culver City and Los Angeles County residents are required to wear a face covering over your nose and mouth if you are working at, shopping at or visiting a grocery store, restaurant or most other...

 

Culver City Schools to Reopen Online-Only Next Month

Students in the Culver City School District will not be able to attend school for in-person education next month. At a special session last week, the CC Board of Education voted to start the school...

 

CCEF Announces New Board Leadership

Elaine Behnken has been elected president and Monika Okker vice president of the Culver City Education Foundation board of directors. Behnken and Okker were elected by the CCEF's 14-member board in June to serve for the 2020-21 school year. Behnken i...

 

Cooper Hefner, Son of Hugh, Announces Run For State Senate

Last Week , Cooper Hefner, media executive and son of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner, announced that he would be running for a California Senate seat in 2022. According to his exploratory committee,...

 

Coronavirus in Culver City: 299 Cases

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

 

California Coalition For Safe Re-Opening Presents Solutions For Secure And Expeditious Reopening Of Business

Colin Diaz, IOM President/CEO Culver City Chamber of Commerce LOS ANGELES (July 7, 2020) – Following Governor Newsom’s order to temporarily close indoor dining and operations for restaurants in 19 counties less than a month after allowing them...

 

Culver City Bus Driver Attacked

Culver City Police Department Investigators Thursday are asking the public's help to identify a woman who assaulted a bus driver in Culver City, police said. The incident was reported June 12 at 1:45...

 

July 13th Council meeting debriefing tomorrow's proposed "candidate interview meeting" postponed to next Thursday

Everything we said would happen last night, happened. Like clockwork. The usual 15 "Meghanites" spoke out to defund or abolish the police, accompanied by whatever students they could find from the high schools. We only had one speaker: Keith Jones. A...

 

Culver City Bus System Receives $6.6 Million Amid COVID-19

Recently public transportation has taken one of the hardest hits with less people traveling to and from locations to work and socialize. However, Culver CityBus services are getting some help in the form of $6.6 million in funding for bus services....

 

Mike Snell has been inducted into the Golden Book Of Distinguished Service

The Culver-Palms Family YMCA is proud to announce Mike Snell of Culver City, has been inducted into the Golden Book Of Distinguished Service due to his involvement as a volunteer for over 40 years....

 

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