NEWS

2 More Quiet Nights

March 14, 2017 | by A CorrespondentGood news for Culver City residents, especially those bothered by after-dark air traffic. Following last night’s shutdown, LAX will temporarily deviate from Over-Ocean Operations.
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Bill Would Grant Teachers Big Tax Break

March 14, 2017 | by A CorrespondentBy Tom Chorneau In an effort reduce the growing teacher shortage and improve retention rates, a bill pending before Sacramento lawmakers would exclude certified.
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Recall of Two Is Sought

March 13, 2017 | by Brian HewsDateline Montebello — It looks as if the dysfunction at Montebello Unified School District is finally coming to a head. Hews Media Group-Community News.
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At $50,000, Casino Night Is Smashing

March 10, 2017 | by A CorrespondentWhile final numbers aren’t yet available, the Culver City High School Boosters’ 10th annual Casino Night was a rousing success. More than 500 attendees.
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Was Sen. Nguyen Treated Fairly?

March 9, 2017 | by Ari L. NoonanFirst in a series Two weeks ago this morning in Sacramento, state Sen. Janet Nguyen (R-Garden Grove), in a rare action, physically was ejected.
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Sanctuary Cities: Should Line Be Drawn?

March 9, 2017 | by Ari L. NoonanPerhaps never before in modern times have so many established politicians and government leaders spoken openly about lawbreaking, defending the once minor instance of.
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Election Day Scarcely Disturbed a Feather

March 8, 2017 | by Ari L. NoonanThe most interesting headline from yesterday’s countywide election was: Mayor Garcetti skated to an 81 percent victory over 10 opponents whose vote total would.
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No Regrets, Say Measure S Backers

March 8, 2017 | by A CorrespondentAfter Measure S, an attempt to severely tighten controls on developers, was beaten 69 percent to 31 percent yesterday, Measure S officials, led by.
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