Tag: Malibu

City Council Urged To Allow COVID Vaccination On City Hall Parking...

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MALIBU — The Malibu City Council will vote on whether to allow the parking lot at City Hall to host drive-through vaccination for COVID-19...

Malibu City Council Hires Ruth Quinto As New City Treasurer

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MALIBU—The Malibu City Council appointed Ruth Quinto to serve as the new city treasurer. The council appointed Quinto during its meeting on November 9,...

Malibu City Attorney Christi Hogin To Retire

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MALIBU — Christi Hogin, the longtime City Attorney of Malibu, announced on Friday, November 13, she will retire from her post. Hogin has served...

Brush Fire Extinguished In Malibu

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MALIBU—A brush fire has engulfed several acres along Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) in Malibu shortly after 5:00 a.m. on November 13. The Los Angeles...

LA County Beach Contamination Warning Issued Due To Rainfall

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SANTA MONICA/MALIBU—On Sunday, November 8, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health issued a “beach water use advisory” due to recent rainfall in...

Malibu Prepares For Potential Civil Unrest

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MALIBU—Malibu police have been increasing their presence due to potential civil unrest during the election process.  The presidential election happened November 3, 2020 between Joe...

Malibu Earns Financial Reporting Award

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MALIBU—On Friday, October 30, the City of Malibu announced they have been awarded a certificate for Transparency and Excellence in Financial Reporting for the...

Suspect Responsible For Gladys Arellano’s Murder Found

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MALIBU—On January 30, 1996, nearly 24 ago, Gladys Arellano’s body was found in a Topanga Canyon Ravine (in an area in Malibu.) Recently, DNA...

Halloween Drive-In Movie Nights In Malibu

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MALIBU—The city of Malibu sponsored the Malibu Film Society to hold two drive-in movie nights on October 30 and October 31. https://vimeo.com/468685453 The two-day events will...

Man Arrested For 1996 Murder Of Gladys Arellano

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MALIBU—During a press conference held on Wednesday, October 21 in regards to the 1996 sexual assault and murder of Gladys Arellano, 17, of Boyle...

Brush Fire Extinguished Near Malibu’s Tuna Canyon

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MALIBU—Firefighters extinguished a brush fire in the Tuna Canyon area of Malibu on Saturday, October 17, after it burned approximately two acres and came...

SMMUSD Ranked Among Best School Districts In California

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SANTA MONICA — The Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District (SMMUSD) has been named one of the best school districts in the state of California...

Woman Charged For Assault Against Female Security Guard

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office filed a case against Kashmire Duran, 37, a Caucasian female and resident of Malibu on October...

Suspect Sought In Hit-And-Run Crash In Malibu

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MALIBU—Authorities are searching for a suspect who struck and killed a pedestrian in a hit-and-run on Pacific Coast Highway on Sunday, October 4. Officials from...

PCH And North Topanga Canyon Blvd. Shut Down After Crash

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MALIBU—Two sig-Alerts were broadcast by the California Highway Patrol on Friday, September 18 after two crashes were reported, shutting down parts of PCH and...

Our Lady Of Malibu To Reopen With Parking Lot Masses

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MALIBU—The Our Lady of Malibu (OLM) Catholic Church announced it will reopen, with parking lot masses scheduled to begin on September 26. Virtual mass...

Reckless Driver Removed From Vehicle In Malibu

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MALIBU—The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) pursued and removed a suspect for reckless driving from his truck in the Malibu area in the afternoon...

Endurance Competitions Take Virtual Route In Malibu

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MALIBU—The Run Malibu team announced on their website they are excited to be launching their first-ever virtual event saying they are taking virtual to...

Willow Smith Purchases $3.1 Million Malibu House

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MALIBU—Popstar Willow Smith, 19, has purchased a $3.1 million ocean-view property in Malibu, Variety reported. Smith, is accomplished singer, record producer, and actress who has...

CCC To Delay Hearing On Malibu’s Pesticide Ban

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MALIBU—The California Coastal Commission will recommend on September 10 delaying a hearing by one year that would push forward the implication of an amendment...
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