• KFI AM 640 on MSN.com
    A bomb squad removed some "suspicious items" that a person found while cleaning the home of a relative who had died.
    People and Places:
    Santa Monica ~ Bomb disposal ~ Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
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    Santa Monica ~ Bomb disposal ~ Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
  • Canyon News
    Newsroom is open 24 hours, please reach us by email at info@canyon-news.com or by phone Monday through Friday 9-5. You can place DBA (Fictitious Business Name Statement) orders online by clicking on t
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Last week the City extended the local emergency on homelessness for another year, signaling to the state that we are still in a crisis.
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  • NBC Los Angeles
    Participants of the 2024 Mainopoly include Jinya Ramen Bar, Triple Beam Pizza, Tavern on Main, Lula Cocina Mexicana, and Library Alehouse and local retail shops will offer discounts; stop in the stores as you stroll and discover how they're joining in the fun.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Governance: 1. HOA governance is a team sport. It’s different from our career jobs because the board legally controls the HOA, not the president. The president is not the boss but mainly is the Chair and spokesperson,
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Two art forms that continue to resonate on the Westside combined this past month in an affair crossing all genres and generations. In April, Beyond Baroque in Venice hosted the third International Poetry Film Festival Los Angeles,
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Premium Santa Monica news in your inbox. It's free, cancel anytime. “I look forward to welcoming Sheriff Luna, Chief Choi, and Chief Hebeish to Metro, and to the difficult and necessary decisions the Metro Board must make to address this safety crisis ...
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  • KTLA-TV Los Angeles on MSN.com
    A homeless man with a criminal record is accused of attacking a woman along the beach in Santa Monica and attempting to drag her into a public restroom. The alleged attack occurred shortly after 7 a.m.
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  • CBS News on MSN.com
    As the Venice woman was running on the beach path, a man grabbed her by her ponytail from behind, knocked her to the ground, then pulled her by her hair several feet toward the restrooms, according to police.
    People and Places:
    Ponytail ~ Path ~ KCBS-TV
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    Ponytail ~ Path ~ KCBS-TV
  • NBC Los Angeles on MSN.com
    A man was arrested in an attack on a woman who was running on a beach path in Santa Monica when she was dragged by her hair before witnesses intervened.
    People and Places:
    Path ~ KNBC ~ Running
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    Path ~ KNBC ~ Running
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    The relationship between creativity and health has always been paramount in the entertainment mecca of Los Angeles, and a local pioneer in health brought together a bevy of creative stalwarts to celebrate that relationship this past weekend.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    In Tuesday night’s somewhat drawn out City Council meeting, councilmembers voted unanimously 7-0 to hear and approve a new ordinance (Section 3.75) of the Santa Monica Municipal Code that will prohibit harassment of bicyclists and provides a private right of action in civil court for violations.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    LATE BREAKING PERFORMANCE NEWS! Jazz giant STANLEY CLARKE will be keeping his bass around Santa Monica a while longer, after months at the Broad Theater. He will be playing with the Samohi student jazz band (who have a great reputation) at their next performance in Barnum Hall.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    After 40 years of facilitating life-changing employment experiences, a dedicated group of young professionals within the network of Santa Monica-based Chrysalis is starting the push for the decades to come.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Main Street restaurants will be passing “Go” this weekend, collecting business from local patrons with a board game twist. The ninth annual traversing of the Monopoly board takes place Sunday, as popular bars and eateries take part in the “MAINopoly: Taste of Main Street” event that’s continued to bring the board game to life.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Just minutes after Gov. Gavin Newsom unveiled a revised state budget with billions of dollars in spending reductions on Friday, advocates for affected programs began showering reporters with statements of dismay.
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  • YAHOO!Finance
    Santa Monica's high list prices aren't scaring off first-time buyers, many of whom are getting help from family for their down payment.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    After Gov. Gavin Newsom rolled out a deficit-bridging budget plan in January, advocates pushing for more affordable housing and shelters hoped he might reconsider his intent to make deep cuts — or scrounge up some more money.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Desperate for a way to help the tens of thousands of people living in tents, cars and RVs on California’s streets, lawmakers are attempting to upend a key tenet of the state’s homelessness policy. Two new bills would allow state funding to support sober housing — a significant departure from current law,
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    When Gov. Gavin Newsom proposed a 2024-25 state budget in January, he declared that the state faced a $38 billion deficit and chided journalists for citing wider projections in the gap between income and outgo from the Legislature’s budget analyst.
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