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A soft, white cotton rope belonging to one of the “cowboys” in the Point Dume Fourth of July Parade has gone missing. Vince Muselli, one of the horseback riders leading the parade last week, reported the rope missing from his saddle and is hoping someone may have picked it up on the parade r…

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Malibu City Council this week approved a $5,000 reward for “information leading to the apprehension, identification, arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the murder of Tristan Beaudette in Malibu Creek State Park on June 22, 2018.”

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Spirits enthusiasts of Malibu will be delighted to learn Saddle Peak Lodge unveiled its brand new whiskey room, The Double Barrel, late last month. 

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On Thursday, Nov. 2, free flu vaccines and hepatitis A vaccines will be offered at the Malibu Public Library from 10 a.m. to noon. The vaccines are free to anyone who does not have health insurance or whose health care provider does not offer flu vaccines.

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Construction is complete on 40 new parking spots installed on Malibu Road, not far from the entrance to the Malibu Lagoon. There is a 12 a.m.-5 a.m. restriction on parking; an installed sign clarifies that overnight camping or sleeping in vehicles will not be permitted in the new spots.

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97.5 KBU will be moving to 99.1 FM, according to an email from KBU General Manager and The Malibu Times contributor Hans Laetz. This move will help increase the station’s power and provide much less interference, filling the signal in the current area in a better capacity. The change would a…

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In an email to Malibu High School caregivers and staff, Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Ben Drati addressed the ongoing rat issue on MHS campus. The email listed an ongoing number of steps that the high school has and will take to solve the issue, while avoidin…

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Two weeks ago, Southern California Edison was working on the south end of the tunnel on Malibu Canyon Road, drilling holes and setting structure bases in Malibu Canyon. Residents were advised that there would possibly be road closures and that drill rigs, cement trucks, dump trucks, cranes, …

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 The pool at Malibu High School has increased levels of total dissolved solids (TDS), according to an emailed statement from the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District. TDS levels rise due to use of liquid chlorine; these solids include salts and sometimes dissolved dust, pollen, swimme…

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The Malibu Search and Rescue Team responded to a situation at Latigo Canyon where a 44-year-old male crashed his motorcycle into a guardrail on Sunday, Oct. 15, according to information shared on the Malibu SAR Facebook page. The male was ejected from the motorcycle and landed over the side …

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A report published by Los Angeles County’s Department of Public Health and the Social Science Research Council showed that Malibu has one of the highest life expectancy rates in the county. Malibu currently ranks No. 2—just under Walnut Park—with an average life expectancy of 89.8 years of a…

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A Malibu Park woman woke up to a naked intruder in her bedroom Sunday morning, Oct. 15, and her screams caused the man to run off, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies said. 

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The City of Malibu Environmental Sustainability Department hosts its next household hazardous and electronic waste collection day on Saturday, Oct. 21, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. All containers must be clearly labeled for identification purposes; the department asks residents to remain in their car…

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In celebration of its extension, the Crystal and Waves photo exhibit at Sorenity Rocks Malibu will have a reception on Sunday, Oct. 22, from 5-8 p.m. The event, hosted by Maureen Haldeman and Lenise Sorén, will include art, crystal meditation and singing bowl demonstrations, courtesy of Sorén. 

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Despite the warm temperatures, the City of Malibu rings in Halloween with its annual Haunted Maze and Movie at Malibu Bluffs Park on Friday, Oct. 20. The Haunted Maze, open from 5-6 p.m., will feature zombies, clowns and other creepy creatures. The movie—“The Nightmare Before Christmas”—will…

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Calling all fans of local mountain lions, wildlife crossings and co-existing with wildlife: the 2017 documentary, “The Cat that Changed America,” which tells the story of P-22—the most famous mountain lion in the world, will be shown for free on Tuesday, Oct. 17, at the Pepperdine University…

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A well-documented mountain lion—known as P-41—has died according to the National Park Service. Stunning photographs of the big cat were captured by amateur scientists who set up motion-controlled cameras in their backyard. The photos were then shared with wildlife experts, who had been track…

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The California Department of Education released test results from the 2016-17 California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP). The average scores from the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District show an increase from last year to this year. Both years, students from th…

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The father of primal scream therapy, Arthur Janov, died at his home in Malibu. The popular psychologist was 93. Janov gained fame in the early 1970s after his book, “The Primal Scream,” was published. He became a frequent guest on TV talk shows of the era, touting his therapy as “the most im…

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Webster Elementary School underwent a facelift as part of the Windows, Paint, Floors and Doors project to modernize the space. Over the summer, more than 680 windows and 109 doors were added with new flooring and interior paint. Accessibility upgrades were made to the outside of the structure. 

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Work has officially begun on the future Whole Foods and the Park project, situated near the intersection of Cross Creek Road and Civic Center Way. As of Thursday, Oct. 5, workers were on site at the project and equipment was already beginning to move dirt to begin construction.

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The city announced that it would join millions of people in Southern California for the Great ShakeOut’s “Drop, Cover and Hold On” earthquake drill. Malibu City Council announced that Oct. 19 would be “Earthquake Preparedness Day” to encourage local residents, businesses, schools and organiz…

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Kimberly Cordova, a Malibu High graduate, has created a GoFundMe campaign raising money to alleviate medical costs for her boyfriend Jacob Park’s medical expenses. He currently battles with stage 3 brain tumor in his brain stem, which makes removal impossible. Instead, Park—also a Malibu Hig…

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Members of Malibu’s dedicated Volunteers on Patrol program received a commendation from Mayor Skylar Peak at last week’s city council meeting in recognition of the group’s service to the City of Malibu and its residents and visitors, in coordination with the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station.

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Just one week after the death of Malibu Olympic runner David Torrence, the HOKA ONE ONE Long Island Mile men’s elite race was renamed in his honor: the David Torrence Mile. The race, which takes place annually in Huntington, NY, was scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 6, and included 10 Olympian …

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Vintage Grocers had a change in leadership in August with the departure of Manager Eric Fuchser and his wife, volunteer Linda Fuchser, along with other longtime employees Jack Nassie and Mary Carbionniere.

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The Adamson House, one of Malibu’s national historic sites and California historic landmark, is undergoing restoration with the $247,500 from the state’s allocated state park repair budget. Craig Sap, district superintendent of the California State Parks Angeles District, confirmed in an ema…

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Two blue-eyed mountain lion kittens were found earlier this month in the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area (SMMNRA), according to Los Angeles Daily News. The National Park Service (NPS) website cites the NPS and California Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists as the ones …

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News about several naval collisions among the U.S. Seventh Fleet called to light the fact that a guided missile destroyer once scheduled to weigh anchor in Malibu this fall was involved in a collision earlier this year, the second in a series of high-profile crashes that ended up with severa…

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The City of Malibu released its 2017 Clean Bay Certified list, which includes 35 local establishments. The restaurants were chosen based on their commitment to clean water and sustainability. The number shows that 58 percent of food service establishments in Malibu are meeting the criteria. …

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In honor of Labor Day, the City of Malibu invites residents to enjoy its parks in the warm weather during its special holiday hours. Malibu Bluffs Park, Trancas Canyon Park, Las Flores Creek Park, Legacy Park and Malibu Equestrian Park will be open from 8 a.m. to dusk. Malibu City Hall and S…

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A $250,000 reward has been set by the family of 20-year-old Elaine Park. Park, from Glendale, went missing in January after leaving her ex-boyfriend’s house in Calabasas, according to KTLA. Her car, along with a few personal belongings like her cell phone and laptop as well as the keys, was …

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The 31st Annual Nautica Malibu Triathlon, presented by fitness company Equinox, is geared up to take place on September 16-17 at Zuma Beach. The race includes various divisions from the classic distance course to the Herbalife international distance course. Celebrities often join in on the f…

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A benefit memorial concert will be held on Sept. 11 to honor firefighters. The event will feature guests like ‘80s rock band A Flock of Seagulls as well as speakers such as Lou Gossett Jr. and Dr. Stephen Johnson. The organizer, FireFighters Down, helps firefighters overcome both physical an…

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On Tuesday, Aug. 29, The Malibu Library will be exploring the cosmos with B. Gentry Lee, chief engineer for the Solar System Exploration Directorate at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena. Lee is also a co-creator of Emmy award-winning TV show “Cosmos.” 

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A motorcycle deputy was injured Monday morning, Aug. 21, following a traffic collision on Pacific Coast Highway, according to Sgt. Wright of the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station. The deputy was responding to a report of a stolen vehicle crime in progress.

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In a recent study conducted by real estate blog PropertyShark, five of Malibu’s neighborhoods made the top 10 list of priciest neighborhoods for homeowners in the LA County area. Malibu Colony Beach took the top spot on the list with a median sale price of over $15 million per house. Other n…

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 Earlier this week, Hollywood legend Angelyne’s real identity was revealed by The Hollywood Reporter’s Gary Baum. The 66-year-old, previously known as Renee Goldberg, is famous for her iconic hot pink billboards featuring herself, a loopy signature and a phone number. She is also known for d…

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Following the cancellation of a previously scheduled town hall meeting on fire season preparedness organized by the City of Malibu, a new date has been set for Wednesday, July 19.

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