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Beyond The Fires And Mud, Malibu Businesses Struggle To Stay Open

MALIBU (CBSLA) — Malibu has been through a lot. Beyond the mudslides and burn scar, Malibu is struggling. As KCAL9’s Laurie Perez reports businesses there are facing massive declines — and some experts say it could be years before the area recovers.


Oxnard police arrest 2 known gang members

OXNARD, Calif. - The Oxnard Police Department arrested two documented gang members Friday evening. Police responded to the 300 block of Cuesta Del Mar at around 8:50 p.m. for a report of people drinking and disturbing.


What Happens to Malibu Real Estate Now?

There have been three dynamic forces upon the local real estate market in the past several months. First, the usual, has been a typical slow period from approximately Thanksgiving through the Super Bowl. That happens every year. It is a period, consistently, where the number of buyers and sellers bo


$1.9 Million to Be Spent on Ridding California Marshlands of Giant Rodents

For more than a year, giant rodent invaders with orange-hued teeth have munched through California’s marshland, threatening significant damage to the state’s wetlands and water infrastructure.


California’s laws will crush Gov. Newsom’s affordable housing hopes

California Gov. Gavin Newsom has made getting housing costs under control his administration’s top priority, calling for a new “Marshall Plan,” and promising to spend $1.3 billion on new affordable housing. Whatever the merits of his proposal, however, the new money the governor wants to spend is no


Art and the Ones Who Make It

The talent and creativity of Malibu youth is on display at City Hall, and you may want to take a look for a bit of joy and inspiration. The city’s annual student art show opened Friday evening with parents and children admiring the gallery, showing the works of 290 local participants.


Snow Too Thick to Plow Keeps Skiers from California Resorts

Winter weather enveloping California’s mountains for a fourth straight day Friday kept skiers from hitting the slopes at the start of the Presidents Day holiday weekend, with snow so deep that plows could not tackle it and cities scrambled to find places to pile it.


JLo and A-Rod buy Jeremy Piven’s ‘fixer-upper’ home in Malibu

Jeremy Pivens’ Malibu beach house has drawn the eye of two fellow A-listers: Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez. The power couple paid $6.6 million for the home and reportedly have big plans in store, according to sources who asked for anonymity because they are not authorized to comment on the deal.


NASA releases incredible satellite look at Sierra Nevada snowpack

(KGTV) — Satellite images released by NASA this week put the massive amount of snow in California's mountains into perspective. Winter storms this year have produced incredible levels of snow in the Sierra Nevada, and more rainfall is expected.


New Sheriff, Fire Reps Come to Malibu

Just two weeks after the surprise announcement that longtime Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station Malibu liaison Lt. Jim Royal was reassigned to another sheriff’s station, Malibu was formally introduced to his successor—Lt. Jennifer Seetoo.


KBUU News Headlines 7:36am Thursday - Roads Open - Heavier Rain Coming - Edison Builds Yard 2 In Bu

—— Roads are all open … Malibu’s Only Local Daily News … from Radio Malibu …. F-M 99 point 1 K B U U. Good morning … I’m Hans Laetz reporting.


Walters: Newsom’s activist agenda fits historic trend

There has been, by happenstance, a cyclical pattern in the mindsets of California governors in the post-World War II era, and Gavin Newsom fits it to a tee. We tend to alternate between activists who want to shake things up and more passive governors who are happy with incremental changes.


California mail carrier’s heat-related death prompts bill to require air conditioning in U.S. Postal Service mail trucks

Seven months after a mail carrier’s heat-related death in Woodland Hills, U.S. Rep. Tony Cárdenas introduced a bill Friday that if enacted would require all U.S. Postal Service delivery vehicles to be equipped with air conditioning within three years.


Police Investigating Shooting In Highland Park

HIGHLAND PARK (CBSLA) — Police are investigating a shooting in the 600 block of Avenue 65 in Highland Park in which there may be four victims. The suspect is in custody. The conditions and genders of the victims is unknown.


Feds find more than 200 pounds of cocaine in floor boards of ship at California port

Federal agents uncovered more than 200 pounds of cocaine hidden beneath the floorboards of two cargo ships at a California port, according to the Customs and Border Protection department (CPS).


75-Year-Old Woman Miraculously Survives California Landslide

Families in Marin County are moving back into their evacuated houses after Thursday’s mudslide in Sausalito wiped out two homes and nearly killed a grandmother who was asleep in her bed.


More rain and snow to fall on Southern California, forecasters say

Yet another Pacific storm is expected to arrive on Sunday, and forecasters are urging travelers to plan before heading out this holiday weekend for mountain resorts where heavy rain earlier in the week prompted the closure of several highways.


Over 220-pounds of cocaine seized in Ventura County

(CNN Newsource) - Federal officials seized more than 220-pounds of cocaine in California last month during two separate busts in Port Hueneme -- a deep-water port in Ventura County.


Driver escapes rollover crash after hitting mudslide in Topanga

MALIBU, Calif. (KABC) -- A driver escaped a rollover crash with minor injuries after running into a damaging mudslide on Topanga Canyon Boulevard. The solo-vehicle crash happened shortly after 11 p.m. Friday south of Grandview Drive in Topanga, California Highway Patrol officials said.


Ruling affirming rights of students accused of sexual misconduct roils California colleges

LOS ANGELES — Colleges and universities across California are scrambling to revise the way they handle sexual misconduct cases after a state appellate court ruled that "fundamental fairness" requires that accused students have a right to a hearing and to cross-examine their accusers.