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Articles from the March 19, 2017 edition

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 By Observer Staff    News    March 19, 2017

Coast Guard warns of illegal charter boats in LA-LB area

The Coast Guard Captain of the Port of Los Angeles-Long Beach is warning vessel operators and the general public of illegal charter boats in the Los Angeles-Long Beach area. In an effort to ensure pub...

 
 By Observer Staff    News    March 19, 2017

Water Main Break Closed Colorado Ave at 22nd Street Tuesday

3/15/17--A water main broke on Colorado between 20th St. and Cloverfield Blvd. Tuesday night, said the city manager's office in a press release. The break caused a loss of water and other services to...

 

Refinery Merger threatens Wilmington Residents Health and Safety

On April 29th, 2017, a local Wilmington group called PCM, (People's Climate March), will march in the community for environmental justice. The focus for this march is the current Tesoro(formerly...

 

SMMUSD: Why Hasn't Stairway to the Stars been Cancelled due to Norovirus?

Last night was the first of three Stairway of the Stars concerts, this one featuring Orchestra. Nearly 1,000 students from all schools in Malibu and Santa Monica participate combined. The Guest...

 
 By Observer Staff    News    March 19, 2017

Woman Hit by Sports Car at Wilshire and 5th Street

A woman was hit by a sports car on Wilshire Boulevard in Santa Monica today around 10:30 AM. This accident took place on Wilshire between fifth and fourth Street. The pedestrian was not seriously...

 

Legal Maneuvers Over Santa Monica Airport Cloud 2028 Closing Date, Runway Shortening

Just after the appointment of Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, but before she could be confirmed, the Federal Aviation Administration decided to sell out the airport and give the City of Santa...

 

Unmanned Test of Orion Spacecraft Landing System Goes Off Without a Hitch

At the U.S. Army Yuma Proving ground in Arizona, a test of the Orion space capsule's parachute system helped NASA taken another step toward flying Orion with people on board. But some are wondering,...

 
 By David Ganezer    News    March 19, 2017

Venice Protestors: Delete Snapchat App, Don't Buy SNAP Stock

America's latest tech billionaire Evan Spiegel grew up surfing in LA. Then he went to Stanford, where he met Reggie Brown and Bobby Murphy. Together, they designed a social media app that allows users...

 
 By Observer Staff    News    March 19, 2017

$23 Million Award Against Attorney, Contractor Upheld by Cal. Court of Appeal

This month California's Second Appellate District, Division Two, Court of Appeal upheld an award of $21 million in punitive damages and $2.2 million in compensatory damages against building...

 

Jackson Browne To Perform Two Special Benefit Concerts For The Actors' Gang Theatre On March 22 & 29, 2017

Singer songwriter Jackson Browne announces two special benefit concerts for The Actors' Gang Theatre on March 22 and 29, 2017. The theatre located in Culver City, CA will be selling a limited number...

 

25,000 runners Finish the Los Angeles Marathon

SANTA MONICA, Calif. – The Sketchers Performance Los Angeles Marathon is this Sunday, March 19. Santa Monica will welcome runners and spectators to the finish line. Here's what you need to know to b...

 

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