• Santa Monica Daily Press
    More than 80 people have applied to be an interim council member following the unexpected resignation of Councilman Greg Morena last month.
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    In an effort to provide assistance to local residents who have experienced a loss of income or increase in expenses due to the pandemic, the City of Santa Monica is now accepting applications for the recently launched COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program.
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    Way, way too many. And if you think that doesn’t apply in Santa Monica, you may be fooling yourself. (More on this later.) That’s not to say all cops are bad, or even most. But look at what we’ve learned from the horrifying number of police killings ...
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    What a wonderful way to roll into summer! Andrew Smith of The Bike Shop Santa Monica donated two beautiful Virtue...
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    Martinez, from El Segundo has been charged with looting and burglary. He was released from custody due to COVID restrictions on the jail population. Gutierrez was arrested for looting and assault with a deadly weapon.
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    COVID-19 patients are getting younger as the county’s case count increases according to new numbers provided Monday.
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    It’s been more than two decades since Alicia Arden first accused Jeffrey Epstein of sexually battering her at a Santa Monica hotel.
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    What a Fourth of July this was! We had the President holding a COVID party at Mt. Rushmore in South Dakota, and we had record increases in COVID cases. The winning is just not stopping with this man in the White House.
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    He said the incident appeared to be a suicide with a related traffic collision and that officers are waiting for additional information from the coroner’s office before determining the cause of death.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Malibu Unified School District has adopted its 2020-2021 budget but the board of education and district leaders are hoping some extra funding comes SMMUSD’s way from the state budget.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Santa Monica’s Main Street businesses are suffering greatly from COVID shutdowns and all agree something must be done—after all, the City is losing much needed revenue while restaurants risk going out of business altogether.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Toumayan declined an opportunity to teach at Harvard University in order to have a greater impact right here in her own community.
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    Malibu Unified School District has revealed three potential scenarios for the reopening of local schools this coming August, but a final determination has not been made yet, according to district leaders.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Studies have shown that 15-20 percent of those hit by rubber bullets suffer permanent injuries. And yes, some die. What are the SMPD guidelines for its use? Were they followed? Rubber bullets, fired at your fellow residents,
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    A court of appeals issued a tentative ruling Tuesday that if made final, would reverse a previous order forcing Santa Monica to change the format of its city council elections.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    A court of appeals has issued a tentative ruling overturning the trial court’s order that would force Santa Monica to move to district based elections.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    The Santa Monica Police Department with the assistance of the FBI is seeking the public’s help in identifying the above depicted individual who was involved in the arson of a Santa Monica police vehicle.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Coronavirus infections are growing in Los Angeles County and local officials are warning residents of more danger in the future unless immediate steps are taken to bring the infection under control.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Hostelling International operates the facility and claims on their website that it is the largest purpose-built hostel in the country. The Rapp Saloon, built in 1875 is Santa Monica’s first landmarked building.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    It’s been more than four years since the City of Santa Monica was named as a defendant in a voting rights lawsuit, but attorneys for the city and Pico Neighborhood Association are due back in court at 1 p.
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