• Man with concealed weapons, ammo arrested at Zuma

    April 15, 2021 By Scott Steepleton, Editor News
    A call about harassment at Zuma Beach resulted in Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department deputies possibly preventing a mass shooting.
  • Malibu pushes unified front with district it wants to leave

    April 14, 2021 By Scott Steepleton, Editor News
    Malibu officials on Wednesday took a unique tack in their campaign to separate from a school district based in a city 20 miles down the road but a world away.
  • A shot in the arm

    April 13, 2021 By Scott Steepleton, Editor News
    When he woke up Tuesday morning, Italo Mesinas didn’t have plans to get a COVID-19 vaccine. But thanks to the city of Malibu and Curative Inc.’s “Team Vaccine,” the 20-year-old is halfway to full vaccination.
  • County committee will hear both sides of Malibu schools proposal

    April 12, 2021 By Scott Steepleton, Editor News
    With days to go before the Los Angeles County Office of Education committee that oversees school district reorganization takes up formation of a Malibu Unified School District, residents still have the opportunity to make their voices heard on the matter.
  • Commission moves forward with support for license plate readers

    April 9, 2021 By Scott Steepleton, Editor News
    Malibu’s Public Safety Commission is recommending deploying up to eight stationary license plate readers across town, at a cost of $2,500 each per year, for a two-year pilot project to assess their effectiveness in fighting crime.

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