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Girl Struck In Head By Unknown Object While Jogging In Culver City

CULVER CITY (CBSLA) – A 17-year-old girl was treated for a serious, but non-life-threatening injury after being hit in the head by an unknown object while jogging on a bike path in Culver City, authorities said Saturday. “It is shocking because this neighborhood is too quiet and nice,” Renate Gallegos, a Culver City resident, said. “You just don’t know anymore. It’s scary.” The girl was running north alongside National Boulevard at Wesley Street at about 10 a.m. Friday when she spotted a suspect riding his bike behind her, the Culver City Police Department reported. Investigators described the terrifying moments when the teen tried...
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Santa Clarita, CASanta Clarita Radio

Large Brush Fire Breaks Out North Of Santa Clarita

UPDATE (4:31 p.m.) The Hungry Fire in Gorman has grown to at least 70 acres in size in light to medium brush, according to Los Angeles County Fire Department officials. UPDATE (4:20 p.m.) The Hungry Valley State Vehicular Recreation Area (SVRA) is has been closed due to the Hungry Fire in Gorman. Visitors to the park are being evacuated, according to state officials,
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Camarillo, CAcitizensjournal.us

Armed Robbery Of AT&T Store

Three men robbed a Camarillo AT&T store at gunpoint Thursday evening before fleeing with cash and merchandise. The suspects left in a stolen vehicle at a high rate of speed. AT&T staff was able to track the stolen phones and provide responding deputies with a location and direction of travel. The suspects drove from the northbound US 101 to eastbound S/R 126 toward the city of Fillmore. Deputies in Fillmore spotted the vehicle and initiated a pursuit of the suspects.
Burbank, CAmyburbank.com

National Night Out Returns to Burbank on August 3

Following a 2020 postponement due to COVID-19 safety restrictions, National Night Out is returning to Burbank at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, August 3. The annual event, which is always held on the first Tuesday in August, consists of the Burbank Police Department and the Burbank Fire Department collaborating with local neighborhood members to put together an outdoor city celebration. Several neighborhoods will take part in the ceremony this year, and Johnny Carson Park will serve as a central gathering point for community members and participating BPD and BFD personnel. Social distancing and appropriate COVID precautions will also be encouraged at the outdoor event.
Inglewood, CA2urbangirls.com

Inglewood to declare Fiscal Emergency and call for a Special Election in November

Inglewood Mayor James Butts sold the opening of an NFL stadium, to the city’s 100,000 residents, as the savior of the city’s finances. Butts constantly regurgitates the city was on the brink of fiscal insolvency when he was elected in 201, and because of his experience, leadership, and vast knowledge, he single handedly turned the city around by amassing a “record” city reserves, despite six of the last city budgets being in the red. During the August 3 city council meeting the city will declare a Fiscal Emergency and call for a special election in November of this year.
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Santa Clarita, CASanta Clarita Radio

Brush Fire Quickly Extinguished In Canyon Country

A brush fire has been extinguished after breaking out in Canyon Country near railroad tracks Saturday afternoon. At around 2:31 p.m. Saturday, firefighters received reports of a brush fire at Whites Canyon Road and Soledad Canyon Road. As of 2:50 p.m. the fire has been knocked down at about half...
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Los Angeles County, CAsignalscv.com

Supervisor to propose vaccine mandate for county employees

Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn announced Saturday morning that she’s planning to introduce a motion requiring all county employees “to get the vaccine or face weekly COVID testing.”. Hahn plans to introduce the motion at the Board of Supervisor’s upcoming meeting, which is currently scheduled for Aug. 10, according...
Culver City, CANBC Los Angeles

Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch Will Hatch Again This Fall

If you were ever tasked with guessing how many pieces of candy corn were inside a large jar during a childhood Halloween party, you'll probably solve this next riddle in no time at all. And the puzzler is this: How many years has Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch been delighting those...
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Inglewood, CAESPN

A.J. McKee submits Patricio 'Pitbull' Freire to win Bellator featherweight title

INGLEWOOD, Calif. -- Los Angeles, and the sport of mixed martial arts, has a new star athlete. The undefeated A.J. McKee submitted Patricio "Pitbull" Freire via guillotine choke at just 1 minute, 57 seconds of the first round to win the Bellator featherweight title Saturday night in the main event of Bellator 263 in front of a raucous, partisan crowd at the LA Forum.
Burbank, CAPosted by
Michelle Loucadoux

The Three Best Places to Go Running in Burbank

I have been training for the Los Angeles Marathon over the past few months and I've scouted out practically every place in Burbank to go running. As my mileage grows week to week, I combine more and more of my favorite places to get my sweat on (particularly in the summer heat of Burbank in late summer). Some are flat, some are hilly, some are populated, and some are quiet.
Ventura, CAL.A. Weekly

Andrew Mejia Killed in DUI Collision on Highway 101 [Ventura, CA]

VENTURA, CA (July 29, 2021) – 26-year-old Andrew Mejia of Moorpark tragically died Monday morning after a suspected DUI crash on Highway 101. The accident occurred around 3:30 a.m. July 12, on southbound Highway 101 at the West Main Street off-ramp. According to the CHP, they discovered a 2016 Infiniti...
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