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Culver City Council Approves Controversial Anti-Camping Law

Ignoring pleas from the homeless and their advocates, the new City Council at its Monday night’s meeting voted 3-2 to introduce and approve an anti-camping ordinance, which former city officials...

 

CC Police Arrest Cyclist with Drugs, Gun and $10,000 in Cash

Culver City police have arrested a female cyclist allegedly in possession of fentanyl, methamphetamine, 10,000 in cash and a firearm. Officers observed the 37-year-old cyclist commit several vehicle code violations and conducted a traffic stop near...

 

El Marino Language School Recognized As California Distinguished School

El Marino Language School in Culver City has been chosen for the prestigious 2023 California Distinguished Schools Program. Since its inception in 1985, the California Distinguished Schools Award...

 

Sister City Student Exchange Program in Iksan City, South Korea

Culver City Sister City Committee (CCSCC) is looking for 8 students who are currently in 8th, 9th and 10th grade and are interested in participating in a student exchange program with our Sister City in Iksan City, South Korea. There will be a...

 

Hilger Named to College of the Holy Cross' Fall 2022 Dean's List

Brennan Hilger of Culver City was named to the College of the Holy Cross Fall 2022 Dean's List. A member of the Class of 2023, Hilger was named to the Dean's List for outstanding academic achievement during the fall semester of the 2022-23 academic...

 

Genicoff Named to Fall 2022 Dean's List at Hofstra University

Aaron Genicoff of Culver City excelled during the Fall 2022 semester at Hofstra, achieving a GPA of at least 3.5 to earn a spot on the Dean's List. Aaron's major is Writing for the Screen. Hofstra University is an internationally ranked and...

 

Injured Driver Arrives at Sony Studios After Freeway Shooting

A motorist who may have been shot while driving on the 10 Freeway near Culver City last Friday has been released from a local hospital, authorities said According to the Culver City Police...

 

Mixed-Use Project Proposed on Sepulveda Blvd.

A new mixed-used building has been proposed for the southwest corner of Sepulveda and Culver Boulevards Dubbed the St. Mina Center, the project would rise from a property located at 4319 Sepulveda...

 

Culver City Welcomes its New Planning and Development Director Mark Muenzer

The City of Culver City is pleased to announce that Mark Muenzer will be the City’s new Planning and Development Director. Mark will join the City on January 30, 2023 and will report to City...

 

Smith Named LACCD Equity and Justice Fellow

Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) has named Dr. Regina Smith as its Equity and Justice Fellow. Her assignment began this week. This new appointment will provide leadership and advance the district’s strategies for diversity, equity,...

 

El Marino Language School Recognized As California Distinguished School

El Marino Language School in Culver City has been chosen for the prestigious 2023 California Distinguished Schools Program. Since its inception in 1985, the California Distinguished Schools Award program honors exceptional schools, districts,...

 

LET'S CELEBRATE

The annual King Holiday Observance is a time that we celebrate, commemorate and honor the life, legacy and impact of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Global citizens will have unique opportunities to learn...

 

ABOUT DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.

Dr. Martin Luther KingDuring the less than 13 years of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s leadership of the modern American Civil Rights Movement, from December 1955 until April 4, 1968, African Americans...

 

Culver City Welcomes its New Planning and Development Director Mark Muenzer

The City of Culver City is pleased to announce that Mark Muenzer will be the City’s new Planning and Development Director. Mark will join the City on January 30, 2023 and will report to City...

 

Council Directs Staff to Draft Anti-Camping Ordinance, Explore Safe Camping Sites

The Culver City Council recently held a meeting to discuss whether to implement an ordinance that prohibits camping in public spaces. Following a lengthy meeting that drew more than 90 speakers on...

 

New California Laws Taking Effect in 2023

This year, the California Legislature passed and Governor Gavin Newsom signed nearly 1000 bills into law to fight climate change, protect women’s right to choose, support small businesses and pay...

 

Culver City Police Shot, Killed Suspect Following Car Chase

Culver City police responding to a domestic violence call shot and killed an unarmed man early Sunday, prompting an investigation by the California Department of Justice, authorities said. Officers...

 

TIME AND ALLY FINANCIAL HONOR CULVER CITY DEALER

Silvestre (Sal) Gonzales Wins National Recognition for Community Service and Industry Accomplishments (The nomination of Silvestre (Sal) Gonzales, dealer principal at Culver City Volvo/Mazda in...

 

CC Police Chief Cid Leaving His Post Next Month

Culver City Police Chief Manuel Cid has announced that he is leaving on January 15 to take a similar position with the City of Glendale. Cid has headed the Police Department since June 2020,...

 

Memorial Garden Refurbished

Early in November an ugly duckling was turned into a beautiful swan, but this time it was unused outdoor space next to the Venice Family Clinic’s Sandy Segal Youth Health Center on the campus of...

 

Culver City Police Shot, Killed Suspect Following Car Chase

Culver City police responding to a domestic violence call shot and killed an unarmed man early Sunday, prompting an investigation by the California Department of Justice, authorities said. Officers...

 

David Holley Named Principal of Culver City Middle School

The Culver City Unified School District,(CCUSD) announced the hiring of David Holley as the Principal of Culver City Middle School, effective immediately. Holley has served as the Assistant Principal...

 

Bass first woman Mayor of Los Angeles

By: Ethan Dumper KidScoop Media Correspondent, Age 13 In its 241 year history, Los Angeles has never had a female mayor. That changed on Sunday, December 11th when Vice-President Kamala Harris swore...

 

44th Annual Holiday Art Sale

Santa Monica College’s 44th Annual Holiday Art Sale, featuring a wide range of creative works in various media, will be a three-day event again this year. The sale will be held Friday, December 16, through Sunday, December 18. Hours are 10 a.m. to...

 

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