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Articles from the January 5, 2018 edition

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 By David Ganezer    News    January 5, 2018

Santa Monica Residents and Visitors Welcome the New Year

In contrast to the rest of the country, local weather was a balmy 53 degrees Farenheit in Santa Monica Sunday night as residents and visitors welcomed 2018. Santa Monica had a mostly quiet New Years...


Early Release of Elderly Lifers, "Sanctuary State," Vote by Mail, and Outlawing AIDS

Massive increase in Gas & Car Tax: First SB-1: increases your gas taxes by .12 Cents and the car tax (Vehicle License Fee) by an average of $150. Then 9 sellout traitor Republicans voted to renew...

 By Samuel Alioto    Crime    January 5, 2018

Attorney Major Langer Killed by Fired Law Partner John A. Mendoza in Long Beach

12/29: The Observer has learned the names of both the perpetrator and victims in what Long Beach Police called an act of workplace violence Friday. "Major Langer came to the office to fire a named...

 By Rudy Flores    Crime    January 5, 2018

SMPD Seeks Suspect in Burglary of a Construction Site in the 2300 block of 33rd Street

The Santa Monica Police Department is seeking the public's assistance with any information involving a burglary that occurred on December 28th, 2017. Detectives are investigating a commercial...


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