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Malibu Murder Mystery: "Everyone's Freaking Out" Over Unsolved Killings, Bodies Dumped, Police Questions
Residents of the once-idyllic community of Monte Nido, adjacent to Will Smith's $43 million compound, are in a panic and begging law enforcement for some answers amid a string of gruesome deaths and seemingly random shootings: "I feel like a sitting duck out here." The rustic enclave of Monte Nido i
Man Accused of Molesting, Kidnapping Toddler Appears in Court
Diaz pleaded not guilty to five felony charges, including kidnapping, threat to cause death, lewd and lascivious acts with a minor and sodomy with a minor. He is being held without bail.
Heroin-dealing crime family dismantled by Ventura County sheriff's detectives, officials say
The operation by the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office stemmed from the work of Ojai patrol officers, authorities said, who in May became aware of an Oak View resident allegedly dealing heroin in the western part of the county.
7:35 am Wed KBUU News Headlines: Huge Dirt Hauling Operation To Truck Out PCBs - Malibu Beach Inn Plan To Jump PCH Blasted By City - Malibu Blackout Plan Challenged
And guess who’s paying for those TV ads … that want to let electric companies off the hook for causing fires????
Brothers eye former Oxnard grocery store location to be next Gold's Gym
At 42,000 square feet with 5,000 more square feet of outdoor space, the new gym will feature high-tech equipment, fitness classes, a day-care center and an outdoor pool.
LAPD says illegal street racing crash leaves Valley couple and unborn child dead
A memorial for Martin Gomez, 20, of Granada Hills; Denney Lomeli, 20, of North Hills; Amanda Alfar, 22, of Panorama City; and Leena Ammari, 21, of Reseda who were killed in a crash on Lassen Street near Balboa Boulevard in Northridge. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)
City Council Approves Expanded Ban On Single-Use Plastics
SANTA MONICA, CA – The Santa Monica City Council approved a revision to the 2007 Nonrecyclable Plastic Food Service Container Ordinance Tuesday night to expand plastics banned to include all single-use plastics for prepared foods. This includes straws, lids, utensils, plates, bowls, trays, container
Miami Dolphins' Robert Quinn Needs a Renter for His SoCal Crib After Trade
NFL star defensive endRobert Quinnwas traded from theLos Angeles Ramsto theMiami Dolphinsin the off-season, which lefthis homeinAgoura Hills, CA,empty.Now the Pro Bowl pass rusher and his wife,Christina, are looking for a deep-pocketed renter to shell out $25,000 a month to live in the lavish home.
Santa Monica residents upset over city possibly ignoring Lime, Bird scooters
"It's shocking to me that they're selecting two companies to have a monopoly over the business in Santa Monica, and these are companies that have no history in the scooter business," said Geri Palumbo, a Lime supporter.
Man Arrested in Younger Brother’s Fatal Stabbing in Camarillo
Officials took 62-year-old Luis Aceves into custody on Monday on suspicion of murder in the death of his younger brother, 55-year-old Gilbert Aceves, according to theVentura County Sheriff’s Office.
9 Injured After Multivehicle Crash Involving LAPD SUV in Lake Balboa, Authorities Say
Six people were inside one of the cars, an SUV that overturned, said LAPD Officer Rosario Herrera. Two officers were stopped at a red light when the collision occurred.
California could reshape pot rules as legal market struggles
First tests are in, and 1 in 5 marijuana samples in California isn't making gradeOperator picked for Thousand Oaks first medical marijuana dispensaryCannabis delivery, edibles and ads could change under new regulations
Home Invader Arrested Three Years Later
That robbery netted the suspects “a large amount of U.S. currency, jewelry, and documents. ” Also, they tied the victim up and made good their escape. This lead to a long-running investigation by the VCSD East County Investigations Bureau and the Thousand Oaks Special Enforcement Unit. Consequently,
Trancas Riders and Ropers Hits the Trail
The Trancas Riders and Ropers organization met for an event at the Malibu Equestrian Park this past Sunday. Participants socialized with other members of the horse community, exchanged information in case of emergencies and went on a trail ride followed by a pizza lunch. The organization has experie
‘Not an easy time’ for Chris Pratt after James Gunn firing
“It’s not an easy time. We all love James and he’s a good friend of ours, but we also really love playing the Guardians of the Galaxy. It’s a complicated situation for everybody. And you know, we just want to move forward and do what’s right and be the best people we can be,” Pratt told the AP.
Amy Schumer Celebrates Marriage Milestone With A Fart Joke, Of Course
Amy Schumerand her husband, chef Chris Fischer, recently reached a major marriage milestone: six months since they tied the knot in asecret Malibu, California, ceremony.
Oxnard man dies month after gunshot wound to head, becomes city's 11th homicide of 2018
An Oxnard man who suffered a gunshot wound to his head in July, but improved enough to be released from the hospital, has died, making him the Oxnard’s 11th homicide victim of 2018, authorities said Tuesday.
Seven hurt, including two LAPD officers, in Lake Balboa crash
LAKE BALBOA — A roll-over collision in Lake Balboa Monday night involving two vehicles, one of them a Los Angeles Police Department cruiser, left seven people injured, including two officers.
Bird, Lime Shut Down Scooters After City Council Endorses Others
SANTA MONICA, CA – Bird and Lime electric scooters are so upset with the Santa Monica city leaders, they shut down their services in protest Tuesday. Although the two scooter companies dominate West Los Angeles, both companies were passed over by a City Council committee that chose to endorse Uber a
Oxnard police investigating shooting Tuesday morning
Oxnard police were investigating a shooting, the second in less than 12 hours, that occurred Tuesday morning and injured a 24-year-old man, officials said.