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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...

 
 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...

 

Is COVID Worse than Gunfire?

by Alyssa Erdley News with Attitude A woman was shot and killed and four others sustained wounds after an unknown number of gunmen fired multiple rounds at a house party in the exclusive Beverly Crest neighborhood. The shooting occurred Tuesday...

 

County Takes Newbury Church to Court

Ventura County officials on Wednesday sued Newbury Park Pastor Rob McCoy and the chapel he heads to force compliance with public health orders intended to curb the spread of the coronavirus. The filing came a day after the Ventura County Board of...

 

California Prisons Empty

Over 17,000 California prisoners - 70% more than earlier estimate - could be released early due to COVID-19 Photo: File photo of inmates at San Quentin California state prison officials say as many...

 

California Undercounts COVID-19

Health officials in multiple California counties say the electronic system used by most local health departments statewide to report data on infectious diseases is currently experiencing “serious” technical issues, resulting in coronavirus cases...

 

Gov't Overreach Strains City

Photos: 1. by Alyssa Erdley News with Attitude On Wednesday, the City of Los Angeles and Santa Monica issued further emergency orders in apparent reaction to the infamous house party held Monday...

 

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...

 

Santa Monica Plaza Project Moves Forward

By Leonard “Guzz” Brophy IV In a blow to zero-growth extremists and to the benefit of a community suffering in a coronavirus-created economic downturn, the Santa Monica City Council voted 6-1 on Tuesday for the City to renew negotiations with a...

 

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...

 

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...

 

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

1. What is a Coronavirus? Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses. Many of them infect animals, but some coronaviruses from animals can evolve (change) into a new human coronavirus that can...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    July 23, 2020

NFL Announces 2020 Training Camps Begin July 28

Despite the coronavirus pandemic that is currently ravaging parts of the United States, the NFL has announced that training camps will open on July 28th for all 32 NFL teams. For the NFL and the TV...

 

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...

 

City Extends Eviction Pause

The City of Santa Monica issued two updates to its local emergency declaration for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), extending the eviction moratorium for residential tenants and some commercial tenants, and further clarifying requirements for face...

 

SMMUSD Schools Won't Reopen

by Alyssa Erdley, Observer Staff Writer Today staff at the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District recommended learning occur solely from a distance when school reopens in August. The SMMUSD School Board will decide at their July 16 meeting if...

 

Stanford Eliminates 11 Team Sports for 2020-2021

Citing budget constraints and Covid-19, Stanford University has announced that it will eliminate eleven sports for 2020. These include fencing, field hockey, lightweight rowing, men's rowing, co-ed and women's sailing, squash, synchronized swimming,...

 

Kristi Toliver To Opt Out of 2020 WNBA Season

The Los Angeles Sparks announced today that guard Kristi Toliver will opt out of the 2020 WNBA season scheduled to start in July at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. "This year has forced all of us...

 

City of LA to Provide 5000 Homeless Beds

After frenzied weeks of negotiating, the city and county of Los Angeles announced an agreement Thursday to create 5,300 beds for homeless people over the next 10 months, rising to 6,000 over a...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    July 2, 2020

At Culver City high school tennis is a team sport

When the average fan watches tennis they marvel at the individual stars. At Culver City high school tennis has developed into a team first program under the direction of long time tennis coach Phil...

 

Coronavirus Cases on The Rise

Even though California reported more than 7000 confirmed Coronavirus cases on Wednesday, Culver City only recorded a slight uptick in the rate of infection, the County Health Department has...

 

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