Tag: water

LAPD Pursue Suspect In Water Near Santa Monica Pier

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SANTA MONICA—A burglary suspect attempted to evade officers from the Los Angeles Police Department by fleeing into the water, with the chase ending at...

Streets Closed In Santa Monica Throughout September

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SANTA MONICA—Parts of Ocean Avenue between Washington Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard will be closed in Santa Monica for the next several weeks. The streets will...

“Crawl” Gets Underneath Your Skin

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HOLLYWOOD—Have you ever watched a thriller that really found a way to get underneath your skin? I mean, it takes a lot to unnerve...

Wasteful With Water

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UNITED STATES—I’m not an environmentalist, but I would like to believe that I do my best to not pollute our planet. Nothing annoys me...

City Participates In National Water Conservation Challenge

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BEVERLY HILLS—Mayor of Beverly Hills John Mirisch has joined mayors across the country and is asking residents to make a long-term commitment to conserve...

Proposed Water Rate Adjustments

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BEVERLY HILLS—The city of Beverly Hills is conducting several Town Hall meetings in the coming months as the city considers water rate adjustments early...

“The Meg” Is Exciting Fun!

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HOLLYWOOD—I love a great B-movie; one of those flicks that is so silly, so overtop, but so enthralling no matter how maddening what is...

Do You Pay The Bill?

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UNITED STATES—As adults many of us are fully aware that if there are basic essentials you want to have you have to pay for...

Malibu Creek Hiker Survives

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MALIBU—A hiker who got lost while hiking in Malibu Creek State Park was able to brave the wilderness and survive against the odds. Marcelo Santos,...

Water, Juice Or Soda

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UNITED STATES—Something that many Americans fail to realize on a daily basis is a vast majority of the calories we consume come from actual...

Beverly Hills City Council Approves Water Rate Increase

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BEVERLY HILLS—The Beverly Hills City Council approved a measure to raise water rates across the city, and residents in West Hollywood will see a...

Hydration In The Heat

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UNITED STATES—I know I don’t drink enough water. Some of my friends track the amount of water they consume every day, making sure to...

Santa Monica Pier Is LA County’s Top Polluted Beach

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SANTA MONICA—The Santa Monica Pier, located in Los Angeles County, is one of the most polluted beaches in California, according to environmental advocacy group...

“47 Meters Down” Is Pulse-Pounding Terror

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HOLLYWOOD—We have had plenty of shark flicks in my lifetime, however, nothing, and I mean nothing will ever be able to compare to “Jaws.”...

Watering Starts Where Rain Finishes

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UNITED STATES—For a while last winter, it seemed like the rain would never stop. Obviously, it did. The warm spring weather that followed helped...

Flood Concerns Dismissed by State, Federal Regulators

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CALIFORNIA—Over the weekend, tens of thousands of residents were forced to evacuate their homes when water from the storm-swollen Oroville Lake spilled down the...

Rain Makes Watering Seem Obsolete

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UNITED STATES—Watering has not been much of a concern lately. All the rain has kept our gardens too wet to work in. Some of...

Drought In California Not Affecting Santa Monica

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SANTA MONICA—The city of Santa Monica is setting an example for  water conservation despite close to 60 percent of the state of California suffering from drought...

Rain Is Necessary But Messy

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UNITED STATES—Water is no more scarce in California than it has been in recorded history. The problem with it is that it is a...

Water Main Rupture On Las Lomas Avenue

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PACIFIC PALISADES—A water main rupture on Sunset Boulevard and Las Lomas Avenue caused water to flow into 200 feet of roadway and buckled pavement...
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