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CCPD to Beef Up DUI Patrols for July 4 Holiday

Culver City Police Department will have additional officers on patrol looking for drivers suspected of being under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs during the July 4 holiday weekend. “If you...

 

Ogihara Graduates from Hamilton College

Toscana Ogihara, of Culver City, received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Hamilton College on Sunday, May 22, in a Commencement ceremony concluding the college's 210th year. A dance and movement studies and neuroscience major, Ogihara graduated with...

 

Affordable Housing Complex Proposed for Methodist Church Property on Sepulveda

The Culver City Council has approved a request from a non-profit developer to modify a proposed affordable complex at the site of Culver Palms United Methodist Church, located at 4464 Sepulveda Blvd....

 

Palmdale Woman Killed in Culver City Crash

A 23-year-old Palmdale woman was killed, and another person was injured in a violent two-car crash last Saturday in Culver City. The deadly crash occurred on June 18 around 10:15 p.m. near the...

 

Culver City Gets Jump On Independence Day Celebrations

On July 3rd, Exchange Culver City will present it 52nd annual Charity Independence Day Family Picnic and Fireworks Extravaganza. This Culver City tradition will be held at West Los Angeles College....

 

Culver City Receives $645,750 to Develop Sustainability Roadmap

The Federal Transportation Administration has announced that the Culver City Transportation Department will receive $645,750 to analyze the city’s transit system and develop a sustainability roadmap...

 

Too Toxic To Trash!

WHAT: County of Los Angeles residents will have the opportunity to safely dispose of household hazardous waste such as antifreeze, unused pharmaceuticals, car batteries, used motor oil, paint,...

 

Culver City Bus to Host One-Day Job Fair June 25

Culver CityBus will host a one-day, hiring event on Saturday, June 25, to fill vacant bus operator positions. To meet its goal of recruiting bus drivers, Culver CityBus will conduct same-day...

 

Olé, Lynne Davidson!

Life just came full circle for that 12-year-old girl who worked part-time clearing tables at Tito's Tacos, her grandfather's restaurant, in the summer of 1966. One day, exhausted after several hours...

 

Drought Conservation Emergency Regulations

West Basin’s SUPER-CALI-FRUGALISTIC drought campaign calls on our local communities to save water amid this unprecedented drought. We offer a variety of water saving programs to help our residents and businesses save water and money. What wasteful...

 

CC Police Seeking 2 Suspects in Armed Robbery of Gas Station

Culver City police are looking for two men who allegedly held up at gunpoint a local gas station last weekend. The armed takeover robbery was reported about 9:35 p.m. on June 11 at a Shell gas...

 

Alleged 'Peeping Tom' Arrested in Culver City

A registered sex offender has been arrested in connection with multiple "peeping" incidents in Culver City after a doorbell camera captured him leering into a woman's home, police said this week. On...

 

Council Moves to Hike Business Tax

At the City Council meeting on Monday, June 13, the Council voted in favor of putting a business license tax raise on the November election ballot. Action Item A3 read, “Discussion and...

 

School Board Member McKeithan Resigning June 30

Tashon McKeithan, a member of the Culver City School Board, has announced that she will resign her seat effective June 30 because she and her family are moving outside the Culver City limits. “It has been my honor to serve the residents of Culver...

 

City Council Candidate Forum

At 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 29, the Culver City Democratic Club will hold a forum for Culver City Council candidates. It will run 90 minutes and be hosted by journalist and filmmaker Maximina...

 

Rocket's Red Glare Arrives Early in Culver City

On July 3rd, Culver City will kick-off the Independence Day celebrations with its 52nd annual Fireworks Extravaganza and Family Picnic at West Los Angeles College. The event includes live music,...

 

Easter Egg Roll at the White House

By KidScoop Media Correspondent, Ada Desai, 8 years old My Mom picked me up from school and she said she had some news for me and before she ever told me I was excited. Then she said, "We are going...

 

Culver City Extends Tolling Agreement with Sentinel Peak Relating to Oil Termination Ordinance

Culver City and Sentinel Peak Resources have extended the term of the existing Tolling Agreement for an additional period of time, currently through July 29, and are continuing their discussions to...

 

Thirty Seventh Congressional District, Current Standings

Sydney Kamlager (Party Preference: DEM) 24,354 43.0% Daniel W. Lee (Party Preference: DEM) 9,270 16.4% Sandra Mendoza (Party Preference: DEM) 5,064 8.9% Jan C. Perry (Party Preference: DEM) 10,520 18.6% Michael Shure (Party Preference: DEM) 1,481...

 

Chhetri earns President's List recognition at Norwich University

Spandan Chhetri of Culver City in our readership area has been recognized on the President's List at Norwich University for the Spring 2022 semester. Full-time undergraduate students, who earned a semester grade point average of 4.0 are awarded...

 

O'Brien, Renteria campaign kickoffs

Council debated a number of issues Monday, but the big one was two ballot measures proposed for the November ballot. First was a business tax increase. The second was a "parcel tax" increase - this is a way local governments get around Prop 13 to...

 

Pandemic-Related Emergency Bail Schedule

As the statewide judicial branch Emergency Rules Related to COVID-19 are set to expire on June 30 and after the Governor has lifted most of his pandemic orders since he declared a state of emergency on March 4, 2020, the Court this week is...

 

SUMMER BASH

Saturday, June 18, 2022 10am - 4pm Mark your calendars for Hollywood Park’s second annual Summer Bash honoring Juneteenth! This FREE event will feature fun and interactive activities for the local...

 

Plants Galore at Annual Garden Show & Plant Sale

The Show is free. We feature a professionally judged Exhibition of homegrown plants, flowers, edibles, and gardening-related photography, art, crafts, etc. Club members and anyone in the community...

 

Thirty Seventh Congressional District, Current Vote Standings

The top 2 vote getters will advance to a runoff in the November general election. Sydney Kamlager (Party Preference: DEM) 24,354 43.0% Daniel W. Lee (Party Preference: DEM) 9,270 16.4% Sandra Mendoza...

 

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