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Camera Found in Jail Cell of Bolivian Governor Luis Fernando Camacho; President of Argentina Submits to Organized Crime Syndicates; Nicaragua Jails Family of Political Opponent and Other Stories: InterAmerican Watch News

Analysis Mexican cartels become the "invisible" masters of the cocaine market in Colombia His taste for Mexico led him to photograph himself disguised as a hero of the Mexican Revolution, but perhaps...

Dispelling Rumors of Social Security's Demise

Ask Rusty – Will Social Security Be There for Me? Dear Rusty: I am 56 and hope to hold out to get maximum Social Security at age 70. However, with all of the talk of Social Security funds being...

Mentally Ill Homeless Man Shuts Down Santa Monica Blvd Late Tuesday Morning.

A mentally ill individual caused Santa Monica Blvd to come to a halt Tuesday morning by blocking traffic with his body and his actions. A Santa Monica Big Blue Bus had to wait for police to remove...

SoCal Gas Company Announces 68% Drop in Prices in February From January

Southern California Gas Company has announced that prices in February dropped by 68%, in comparison to January. Prices were up 288% in January from last year at this time. The increase was said to be...

Selma, California Police Officer Killed in the Line of Duty

1.31.23: The Fresno Co Sheriff tweeted at 11:45 am - Shots fired on Pine near Mitchell in Selma. One Selma Police officer struck, transported to hospital. Condition is unknown. One person of interest...

Sewage Spill Shuts 3 Beaches: Mother's Beach in Marina del Rey, Venice City Beach, and Dockweiler State Beach

According to LA County officials, 24,000 gallons of untreated sewage leaked into three of the city's beaches Wednesday. The Los Angeles County Dept of Public Health (LACDPH) downgraded the size of...

California Marks the Return of the Red Fox to the Sierra Nevada Mountains

After a 90 year absence the Sierra Nevada Red Fox has been detected in the Southern Sierra Nevada mountains. This according to the Dalifornia Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW), which posted the...

Local Family Pleads With Authorities to Continue Search for Swimmer Missing in Water Near Pacifica

(AP) Hamzah Alsaudi, a senior on the wrestling team at San Francisco State University, disappeared Jan. 19 after taking a "cold plunge" in the ocean at Esplanade Beach in Pacifica. Teammates told...

Scoutmaster Steve Marcy Passes Away, Leaving Santa Monica Boy Scout Troop 2 Bereft

1.25.23 It is with profound sadness that I report the passing of one of the best men I have ever known--Dr. Steve Marcy, our Scout Master for Troop 2. He lead our troop for more than three decades,...

Kremlin Calls Boris Johnson Memory That Putin Threatened Britain With a Missile Strike "Fake News."

1.30.23: A Kremlin spokesman dismissed former British PM Boris Johnson's claim that Russian President Vladimir Putin threatened him with a missile strike. Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov described...

To be so hungry for God one renounces the world is one testament of spiritual love: St. Nektarios of Greece

To be so hungry for God one renounces the world is one testament of spiritual love. BAP Production's Man of God tells the historical story of St. Nektarios of Greece, a saint canonized for not just...

Stan Greene Doubles Down on Conspiracy Theories After Seeing the Paul Pelosi Police Body Cam Video

1.27.23 -- The San Francisco Police Department today released the police body camera footage from David Depape's October 28, 2022 attack on Paul Pelosi. People want to know if I'm ready to retract my...

Santa Monica Commemorates Black History Month With a Series of Events in February

Wednesday, February 1: Kickoff Event Featuring Food Trucks and Dancing; Brunch at City Yards, 10-11:30 a.m., Santa Monica City Yards, 2500 Michigan Ave., Flap Happy parking lot. Lunch at City Hall,...

Beverly Hills city councilman's son may be let off early for making fake social media account impersonating candidate

Convictions of rape, multiple murders must be reversed The blunder of a San Diego judge in 1989 in countermanding the ruling of another judge in the absence of any new law, facts, or circumstances...

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