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Southern California Braces For Strong Winds, Elevated Fire Danger

CBS Los Angeles 10/25 2:36P CBS Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA)  Authorities in Southern California were on high alert Sunday in anticipation of strong winds and elevated fire danger which will continue through Tuesday. The National Weather Service says gusty Santa Ana winds will develop...

Santa Monica School Board Approves Purchases $21 Million Building

Santa Monica Mirror 10/25 1:09P Staff Writer
Santa Monica Malibu School Board votes 6-1 to purchase office building at 1717 4th Street By Toi Creel The Santa Monica Malibu Unified School District will be getting new headquarters soon after officials approved the purchase of a $21 million...

SMa.r.t. Column: Santa Monica’s Divine Comedy

Santa Monica Mirror 10/25 12:43P SM.a.r.t
[SMa.r.t. originally published this article four years ago. We believe it remains current, with slight alterations. The elections, in the next few days, make it especially relevant. We urge our...

Construction Of ‘Santa Monica Tears’ Sculpture Has Begun

Canyon News 10/25 7:10A Kevin
SANTA MONICA—Since 2017, a sculpture designed by eight artists has been in the works, and after years of planning, it officially began construction on Friday, October 23, breaking ground right at the intersection of 4th Street and Colorado Avenue....

Additional $4.8 Million Being Invested In Police Security

Canyon News 10/24 7:28A Kevin
BEVERLY HILLS—The City Council board agreed to allocate extra funding for the police and military on Monday, October 19 in preparation of the upcoming November 3 General Election. The additional funding will provide the BHPD to compensate...

Women Falls 40 Feet Into Ravine

Canyon News 10/24 7:19A Danielle Berjikian
PACIFIC PALISADES—On Thursday, October 22 a woman was rescued by LAFD ground and air response after she fell 40 feet from a trail, into a ravine, just before 2:00 p.m. that day. The incident happened while she was hiking at Temescal Canyon Trail...

Beverly Hills To Take Precaution For Election Week

Canyon News 10/24 7:16A Danielle Berjikian
BEVERLY HILLS— On Friday, October 23, the city of Beverly Hills has informed the public that they will be taking extra precautions ahead of the 2020 presidential election and potential protests. The city will be taking a proactive approach...

West Hollywood Installs New Neon Art Displays

Canyon News 10/24 5:33A Daniel
WEST HOLLYWOOD—The city of West Hollywood installed two new public art installations titled,  ‘Relax Ur Ok’ and ‘Love’, by the Los Angeles based artist, Scott Froschauer, as part of the city s ‘Art on the Outside program’, which installs and...

11-Day Vote Centers Now Open

Santa Monica Daily Press 10/24 3:00A Brennon Dixson
A pair of 11-Day Vote Centers opened in Santa Monica Saturday, meaning local residents now have the ability to safely cast their ballots in-person. Voters will be welcomed at Santa Monica College’s...

Historic church in Venice catches fire

Santa Monica Daily Press 10/24 3:00A Brennon Dixson
For 100 years, The First Baptist Church of Venice has called Venice home but a fire this week threatened to destroy a century’s worth of history. And residents believe it wasn’t accidental. Los Angeles Fire Department officials responded to a...

Target opens second local location

Santa Monica Daily Press 10/24 3:00A Brennon Dixson
Santa Monica’s Target is celebrating its official grand opening this Sunday, and store officials said they are excited to meet the surrounding community. Located at 1610 Wilshire Boulevard, the store has already begun welcoming shoppers earlier...

Crime Watch – Arson to property

Santa Monica Daily Press 10/24 3:00A editor
On Thursday, October 8th SMPD Officers were dispatched to Hotchkiss Park regarding a call about an arsonist. A Witness spotted a small fire during his exercise routine and quickly extinguished it. He then noticed an individual walking away from a...
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