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As October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Third District Supervisor Sheila Kuehl provided a comprehensive guide for victims of intimate partner violence and for those who want to help called Reaching Out, compiled by County of Los Angeles Public Health.

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= That burned-out bus on PCH is still there … but it has been pushed out of the way and traffic is much better.

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The first real Santa Ana windstorms of this fall in Malibu were predicted to arrive Thursday night into Friday, with 50 mile per hour wind gusts predicted for the windiest mountain and canyon locations.

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Nine Malibu residents tested positive for the coronavirus in the week from Tuesday, Oct. 5, through Monday, Oct. 11, bringing Malibu’s total number of residents to have tested positive for the disease up to 665. There remained 10 deaths attributed to the disease.

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A proposed new house in the middle of the Big Rock landslide zone was approved Monday night, October 11, by the Malibu City Council. The council also voted to continue its meetings via Zoom, and heard suggestions that commercial businesses get steep fines for leaving garbage bins open and ov…

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The Malibu Dolphin Charitable Foundation, founded by Malibu Times publishers Karen and Arnold York, provides recognition and support for individuals, organizations and community projects that enhance the lives of Malibu citizens and address the city’s critical challenges. 

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= A burned out bus is blocking one lane of PCH heading into Santa Monica … backup is building (as of this broadcast – 7:30).

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The family of Emily Shane—the 13-year-old Malibu High School student killed on Pacific Coast Highway in 2010—is calling on community members to help them with a letter-writing campaign to keep Shane’s killer behind bars.

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= A cold and windy night … low 49 on the beach … with winds up to 50 miles forecast.= And high surf …. up to 8 feet … this afternoon and tonight.= A courtroom victory for anti 5-G campaigners in Malibu … but it probably won’t stop new installations.= Gas powered leaf blowers are already ille…

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Malibu residents showed up in droves on Saturday, Oct. 2, to voice support for abortion access, part of a nationwide rally in opposition to Texas’ six-week abortion ban. Among the protesters was longtime Malibuite Sandy Stackler, age 83, who attended the rally with daughter Suzie Myers and g…

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With 7,279 Malibu residents having received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine as of this week—an increase of 19 over the previous week—it is thought Malibu’s total vaccination rate for residents ages 12 and up could be over 70 percent, not far behind the county’s average vaccination ra…

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Scientists, volunteers, and members of the United States Coast Guard (USCG) and California Department of Fish and Wildlife were scrambling to contain and clean up a Friday evening oil spill that dumped at least 126,000 gallons of oil into the Catalina Channel between Long Beach and Santa Cat…

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A county health order requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccines for all customers and employees of bars, clubs, lounges, breweries and wine bars comes into effect on Thursday, Oct. 7. Also beginning Thursday, anyone planning to attend an outdoor “mega-event” (of more than 10,000 people) must show…

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 A rare October thunderstorm brought thunder and lightning to the Malibu coast on Monday evening and, although little rain accumulated in the Malibu area, showers were reported from Santa Catalina Island to Santa Barbara.

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A California State Assembly bill designed to “incentivize timely compliance with the housing element, or state housing laws,” authored by Assemblymember Richard Bloom, was signed into law this week. Bloom represents Malibu in Sacramento.

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Stewards and stakeholders of the Santa Monica Bay watershed are working in collaboration to help keep our local waters clean and plentiful. In the midst of a drought and while battling pollution from visitors and residents, it’s a constant fight to find workable solutions.

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LA County Supervisors voted on Tuesday, Sept. 27, to extend eviction protections for commercial tenants in the county and “limited renter protections” for residential tenants through Jan. 31, 2022. The protections apply to properties located in unincorporated Los Angeles County.

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Amendments to Malibu’s no camping ordinance that effectively ban all camping within Malibu city limits were adopted into law on Monday during the Sept. 27 Malibu City Council meeting.

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Malibu community members are invited to attend a public safety expo at Malibu City Hall on Saturday, Oct. 2, from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

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California, a known leader in environmental conservation policies, has just set an historic record by passing the largest climate package in state history.

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First came the Woolsey Fire. Then came COVID-19. The twin disasters have been blamed for all kinds of problems in Malibu, from budget deficits to shrinking school enrollment. Now, there is another complaint on the list: a prolonged delay in initiating the city’s long-awaited Dark Sky Ordinance.

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Eight additional Malibu residents tested positive for the novel coronavirus in the week from Sept. 21-27, bringing the total number of cases reported among residents to 646 since the virus was first reported in the Los Angeles area in spring 2020. In the past week, an additional 67 residents…

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School districts throughout the state, including Santa Monica-Malibu Unified (SMMUSD) are experiencing a fiscal windfall due to a surge in state payments linked COVID-19, but officials are warning the surplus cash is a temporary blip and not part of an ongoing change to funding. 

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It was 2001 and the Malibu Urgent Care Center was closing due to the high cost of operation and extremely low medical insurance reimbursements. Helene Eisenberg heard about this, contacted Marlene Matlow and said, “We can’t let this happen!” Together, we created a board, and here we are, 20 …

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One of Southern California’s most “highly vulnerable” roadways is getting a new line of defense, thanks to a $51 million project now being undertaken by Caltrans along a 1,000-foot stretch of Pacific Coast Highway in Ventura County east of Sycamore Canyon Cove.

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Journalists from the LA Times gathering precinct-level data on the recall election following the Sept. 14 gubernatorial recall election reported Malibu voted overwhelmingly to keep Governor Gavin Newsom in office. The breakdown, as provided by the LA

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