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  • The Malibu Times
    Malibu’s city council has called a special city council meeting for 11 o’clock Tuesday morning, Nov. 5. They’ll go behind closed doors to consider a letter threatening a lawsuit from a Malibu lawyer, representing "significant exposure to litigation" over Malibu's at-large elections. Milton Grimes and his law partner Kevin Shenkman have ...
  • The Malibu Times
    Malibu residents needing to seek immediate medical treatment without an appointment or outside of normal business hours now have a new option available—the UCLA Immediate Care Center, which is located right next to UCLA’s existing primary care offices at 23815 Stuart Ranch Road. The center had an unannounced opening just over two weeks ago ...
  • The state controls just 3% of forest land in California, while the federal government owns 57%, according to numbers provided by the Newsom’s office. About 40% of the state’s forest are privately owned. Neither of the two major fires currently burning are on forest land. Last year Trump made a similar threat as wildfires devastated Malibu a ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    the feeling of quiet in the hills above Malibu where she now lives and the smell of freshly ground pepper. She’s dressed casually — jeans, black Dr. Martens boots, a faded long-sleeve shirt and a frayed Houston Astros baseball cap, which she describes, as she often does, as “not a hat but my hairdo.” She has just returned from Australia ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Morris has been a lead detective in some of the department’s highest-profile investigations, including the murder case against a man accused of carrying out a series of shootings in Malibu Creek State Park and the manslaughter case against a fellow deputy charged in an on-duty shooting. Morris did not respond to requests for comment.
  • Will California ever stop burning? My Post colleague Dan Zak has a poignant dispatch on what it’s like in the Golden State, which feels constantly ablaze. “Over the decades, Californians have gotten good at dealing with wildfires. There are brush-clearing regulations and no-parking rules on narrow roads during high-risk weather. In Malibu ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    But I’ve got some issues with the rest of this list. Where to begin. There are just three sushi restaurants, none of them from Little Tokyo or Sawtelle. But Nobu Malibu is on the list, as is the $275-per-person kaiseki restaurant n/naka, where just one of the more than a dozen courses is sushi. There are five “Intercontinental ...
  • Think: Malibu and Oakland. Nineteen of the state’s 20 most deadly and costly fires were ... it ‘mismanaged’ but they’ve been managed in a way that has allowed the fire problem to get worse.” What’s true of California fires appears true for fires in the rest of the US. In 2017, Keeley and a team of scientists modeled 37 different ...
  • Caitlyn Jenner took a walk on the wild side Monday in Malibu, California. The 70-year-old reality star wore a blue long-sleeved zebra-print dress to grab lunch. Caitlyn while out and about stopped to take a selfie with a young man in a grey college sweatshirt. The transgender former Olympian also shook hands with her fan. Caitlyn completed her ...
  • After last year’s devastating fires in Paradise and the Malibu and Ventura County areas, Trump erroneously claimed those fires were the result of poor forest management. That sparked widespread anger in California, including among firefighters.
  • A man authorities say shot and killed a sleeping camper in a Malibu wilderness park and tried to kill 10 others has pleaded not guilty to murder and other crimes. Forty-three-year-old Anthony Rauda entered pleas Tuesday to an updated indictment charging him with murder, attempted murder and second-degree burglary. Prosecutors say that over two ...
  • Crews working in steep areas were battling hotspots amid lingering winds, county fire Capt. Steve Kaufmann said Sunday. Last year Trump made a similar threat as wildfires devastated Malibu and Paradise, California — accusing the state of “gross mismanagement” of forests. At the time Newsom defended California’s wildfire prevention ...
  • And that was before the Camp fire destroyed Paradise, in Northern California, burning down thousands of homes and killing 86 people. As that fire burned, the Woolsey fire tore through Malibu and other parts of Southern California, burning nearly 100,000 acres. This year’s fires have been less destructive partly because of preparation and ...
  • With this year’s fire season already causing havoc in communities up and down California, Edison is making a preemptive bid to limit its liability from the Woolsey Fire that tore through Malibu last year and destroyed 1,600 structures, including homes of singer Miley Cyrus, rocker Neil Young and actor Gerard Butler. Losses from the fire total ...
  • Wildfire season in California makes headlines every year, but it’s nothing unnatural and nothing new. It’s been a cruel fact of nature up and down the once Golden State since before I was born. When I was growing up my father had a ranch near Malibu. We had some wildfires out there, but what got burned were barns, stables and lots of grass ...
  • The Malibu Times
    On Oct. 10, Malibu resident and former Parks and Recreation Commissioner Roui Israel attended a work-related function at Leo Carrillo State Park that happened to be during a Red Flag Warning due to Santa Ana winds. The ranger on duty gave a safety talk to the work group, but never mentioned fire safety, according to Israel. When she brought it ...
  • However, the state controls just a small percentage of forest land. The federal government manages most of it. Last year Trump made a similar threat as wildfires devastated Malibu and Paradise, California - accusing the state of "gross mismanagement" of forests. At the time Newsom defended California's wildfire prevention efforts while ...
  • Neither of the two major fires currently burning are on forest land. WATCH: In California, nearly 9,000 acres scorched by fast-moving Ventura County brush fire Last year Trump made a similar threat as wildfires devastated Malibu and Paradise, California — accusing the state of “gross mismanagement” of forests. At the time Newsom defended ...
  • California burns. Always has. Purposefully ... There are brush-clearing regulations and no-parking rules on narrow roads during high-risk weather. In Malibu, mansions get built with underground water cannons that rise to meet a blaze, and residents train to activate hydrants on their streets. Choppers snort water from the surf and dump the ...
  • "Homes in places like Malibu, the hills around Los Angeles and wine country in Northern California have historically been desirable because the natural beauty of the surroundings has outweighed the risk of natural disaster," said Redfin chief economist ...

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