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  • The new study, “California Fires: Building Resilience from the Ashes,” focuses on lessons learned primarily from four fires: 2018′s Camp Fire that devastated the town of Paradise, the Woolsey Fire, which caused widespread evacuations of Malibu and other areas in Southern California, 2017′s Tubbs Fire in Santa Rosa, and the Thomas Fire ...
  • The Malibu Times
    When one of Malibu’s most popular celebrity couples tested positive for the coronavirus, the world took notice. Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson apparently contracted the virus in Australia. The Oscar-winning 63-year-old actor made the journey down under ...
  • The Malibu Times
    Ron Merriman first set foot in Malibu in the 1930s as a child when his parents took him to feed the seals at the Sea Lion restaurant. As a teenager in the 1940s, he rode his motorcycle from Santa Monica up the coast to Malibu to enjoy the scenery. He and his high school buddies loved the open nature at Point Dume so much they camped out on the ...
  • New York Times
    Monday: Californians are navigating a new reality and finding that “stay at home” isn’t a black-and-white order. Over the weekend, roughly 40 million Californians adjusted to life under a sweeping new order to stay at home,
  • CBS Boston / WBZ
    Meanwhile, Soltice Canyon in Malibu was closed Monday by the National Parks Service ... Long Beach Sunday closed all its dog parks, playgrounds and tennis and volleyball courts. California State Parks last week closed all their campgrounds. The city of L.A. issued a revised, stricter “safer at home” order Sunday calling for all nail ...
  • Californians visited beaches, parks and hiking trails over the weekend in significant numbers, defying a state-wide order to stay at home. Images of Huntington Beach, southeast of Los Angeles, appeared on social media showing beach-goers gathered along the popular stretch of surfing beach.
  • A fifth lives below the poverty line. One-third of welfare recipients in the United States live in California. These are statistics of which our moralists in Malibu or Mill Valley either are ignorant, or simply shrug that they don’t care. In a paradoxical way, California would have to become much more impoverished than it is now to seem a far ...
  • CNN
    People descended on California beaches, hiking trails and parks over the weekend in open defiance of a state order to shelter in place and avoid close contact with others.
  • "Malibu" by Liberty Homes features a very open Great room-Kitchen area with private rear deck and full front porch,Hardwood in the entrance foyer and stainless steel appliances...Also there's a FIRST FLOOR MASTER SUITE with full bath and walk in closet!
  • California’s sweeping stay-at-home order to slow the spread of the coronavirus ... Please stay at home!” the Sheriff’s Office said. Malibu city officials also have received reports of people flocking to beaches and hiking trails, the city said in an update posted to its website. The city pointed out that it did not own or operate county ...
  • The Laguna Beach City Council on Sunday moved to close trail access to county parks and to close city beaches. It also will ask the County of Orange to close its beaches in the city.
  • The Malibu Times
    As locals demanded city leadership work to shut down visitor access, the city emphasized it had no authority over public lands located in and around Malibu. "The city does not own or operate the county beaches, California State Parks, Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority trails and parks, or the state-owned Malibu Pier and Point Dume ...
  • LAist
    File: California Gov. Gavin Newsom speaks during a news conference at the California ... and so were the people — in spite of broad stay-at-home orders from state and local governments. The city of Malibu says it had reports of crowded beaches and hiking trails. Angelenos also flocked to Santa Monica to escape their cabin fever.
  • The city of Malibu says it had reports of crowded beaches and hiking trails ... Today, Governor Gavin Newsom requested that President Donald Trump declare a major disaster in the state of California. Within hours, President Donald Trump said the federal government had received California's request for disaster relief and would approve it ...
  • Los Angeles Times on MSN.com
    California’s sweeping stay-at-home order to slow the spread of the coronavirus ... Please stay at home!” the Sheriff’s Office said. Malibu city officials also have received reports of people flocking to beaches and hiking trails, the city said in an update posted to its website. The city pointed out that it did not own or operate county ...
  • Tribune News Service on MSN.com
    LOS ANGELES - California's sweeping stay-at-home order to slow the spread of the coronavirus resulted in a weekend like no other, with people staying indoors and, when outside, keeping at least 6 feet apart.
  • LA County confirmed 71 new COVID-19 cases Sunday as Mayor Eric Garcetti warned residents to stay far apart at beaches and on trails. LOS ANGELES, CA — One day after officials issued a stronger stay-at- home order that prohibits all public and private gatherings,
  • Malibu tweeted Sunday: "The City of #Malibu is receiving reports of people enjoying ... Statewide, the number of cases topped 1,400 by Sunday, with the California Department of Public Health citing 27 deaths. Gov. Gavin Newsom warned Thursday that the number of California cases is likely to skyrocket in the coming weeks, with the state ...
  • The Malibu Times
    City of Malibu officials began asking for crowd control help along the coast at noon Saturday, officials said Sunday. And today, the National Park Service closed the gates to Solstice Canyon, a hiking location that was jammed with hikers Saturday.
  • President Donald Trump said Sunday he was approving major disaster declarations for California, New York and Washington ... the first weekend of a countywide "safer-at-home" order in Los Angeles County forced Santa Monica and Malibu officials to take further measures against large gatherings during a worsening outbreak. The city of Santa ...

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