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A year after removal, Kraig Hill is back on Malibu Planning Commission
Speakers urge council to focus on important matters, not 'inquisition'
Council limits time city staff can spend on pols' document requests
Security measures proposed for Malibu City Hall
Officials consider mass vaccine event in Malibu
Silverstein sharpens attack on Malibu city manager
Home in Big Rock Mesa landslide area gets planning commission OK
STR permit deadline approaching
Police Reports: Expensive bikes stolen from homes
Despite surge, officials upbeat about COVID-19 vaccines
Planning for the day more students can return to campus
Aggrieved SMMUSD board member doesn't go quietly
Fire official throws water on 5G flare-up concerns
No 'peaceful' transfer of power in Malibu
Police Reports: Thieves have a taste for tequila
Malibu working to lessen noise from new LAX flight paths
Council appoints interim city attorney
County COVID rules still apply under Malibu short-term rental ordinance
Traffic, safety concerns raised over Malibu Jewish Center and Synagogue project
Police Reports: Thieves make off with makeup
Police Reports: Thieves make off with makeup
City, Malibu Medical Group offering COVID-19 testing
Short-term rental ordinance gets final OK
Seat to open on school board
Planning Commission OKs beach, dune restoration
Police Reports: Thieves hit cars parked at Malibu Lagoon
Malibu honors veterans
Malibu council moves forward on siren alert system
Hope, sorrow, anger mark Woolsey Fire anniversary
Mayor calls for togetherness following election
SCE issues apology over windstorm outages
Commemoration of Woolsey Fire anniversary
Host ordinance for short-term rentals approved by Malibu City Council
It’s official: Masks are now a mandate in Malibu
Police Reports: Thieves target credit cards, water pumps, apparel
Officials lay out arduous, but rewarding, break from Santa Monica schools
PCH parking restrictions approved by Planning Commission
Police Reports: Bloomingdale's is credit card thieves' store of choice
As district talks reopening, local teachers lagging in distance learning 'essentials'
City manager warns of increased fire risk