• YAHOO!
    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell took the city of Malibu to task for sending a letter that allegedly requested billions to help fund electric vehicles. “Yesterday, I received an urgent letter from the city of Malibu,
  • The Malibu Times
    The Malibu Planning Commission unanimously (5-0) approved the city’s short-term rental (STR) ordinance after a five-and-a-half-hour-long special Zoom meeting last week that included 24 public speakers,
  • The Malibu Times
    Loud, speeding car clubs, mailbox theft and emergency preparedness were just a few of the topics Topanga- and Malibu-area residents discussed as they peppered Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanuev
  • YAHOO!
    The Las Virgenes Unified School District has announced that students not be returning to campus Aug. 19., following the actions of nearby districts in Los Angeles, Santa Monica, and Malibu. “Given the recent public health trends,
  • The Malibu Times
    Malibu City Council ticked off a laundry list of agenda items during its Monday, July 13, virtual meeting—the only council meeting scheduled for the month (council traditionally takes its summer
  • The Malibu Times
    As the call to defund police has echoed after nationwide protests against police brutality, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has cut nearly $150 million from the Sheriff’s Department
  • The Malibu Times
    July 13 marks the opening of the nomination period for Malibu residents interested in running for city council seats. There will be at least two empty seats to fill.
  • The Malibu Times
    On page A1 this week we published the last of our articles, for now, about the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy (SMMC) and the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA). I
  • The Malibu Times
    Long under public scrutiny in Malibu, the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA) made headlines in 2019 over a battle with residents of the Sycamore Canyon neighborhood, which resulted
  • ABC
    The list features prominent leaders from a range of major industries, from real estate to finance to sports. But scattered among them are several of Trump’s friends.
  • The Malibu Times
    That open-ended expansion of his power was derided by Malibu officials and some residents. But Edmiston’s power expansion was endorsed by the City of Malibu’s official representative to the conservancy’s advisory committee, Patt Healy. Board members were unsuccessful in watering down the sweeping executive power, which Edmiston said ...
  • INFORUM
    “The less wiggle room, the more we are going to have success.” Over the weekend, shortly after Newsom issued his directive, crowds packed beaches stretching along California’s coastline, from Malibu to the rugged Sonoma Coast. Parks were jammed with visitors and farmers markets bustled with shoppers. “This is no joke,” said Democratic ...
  • Surfline
    On Monday evening, Governor Newsom ordered closures of many state park beaches and parking lots – primarily in San Diego County and Central California – in an effort to discourage large ... For instance, surfers were still in the lineup at Malibu (watch the live cam here) on Tuesday morning, and that’s one of the beaches on the list.
  • The Malibu Times
    In the coming days, we expect that almost 10 of Malibu’s finest teachers will be receiving pink slips, as the school district begins its efforts to cut costs and dig out of the budget crisis it created. The question we should all have is why teachers are ...
  • The Malibu Times
    According to the Pepperdine Graphic, students living on Pepperdine's Malibu campus were told they must move out of their dormitories and apartments by 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 15. This brief will be updated as more information is made available. The latest order includes the following: *California residents must "heed any orders and guidance ...
  • Canyon News
    The decision is in response to a letter sent by Milton C. Grimes of the Law Offices of Milton C. Grimes, that claims Malibu’s at-large system of voting violates the California Voting Rights Act. Several different voting district maps that were proposed were uploaded to the city’s website on March 5. They can be viewed on the District ...
  • The Malibu Times
    Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva had little response to questions posed Tuesday night about the chain of firings and promotions that have occurred at the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station since his installation 15 months ago. The sheriff said ...
  • The Malibu Times
    They found their man in Joe Edmiston and he has been at it for 40 years. What got me particularly interested was not so much the battle between the locals—in this case Malibu locals and the conservancy over public access using private roads in Sycamore Canyon—but the way the state was litigating it, turning it into a bare knuckle brawl ...
  • The Malibu Times
    The City of Malibu is asking residents to weigh in on by-district voting, a proposed change to the way Malibu’s city council members are elected. During the Monday, Feb. 24, council meeting, the council will be taking comments from residents about the concept of district voting, where the city is divided into districts with one representative ...
  • PWInsider
    Allegedly, Brett DiBiase was given funds to go to a drug treatment facility in Malibu that was earmarked for Mississippi's welfare programs ... but DiBiase was in a luxury rehabilitation facility for his own drug use in California at the time and did not perform the services. Davis and Smith created documents and arranged payment knowing ...