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Articles from the March 28, 2016 edition

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 By Observer Staff    News    March 28, 2016

Girl, 17, Identified as Saturday's Drowning Victim

Authorities today identified the high school student who died on Saturday on Santa Monica Beach North of the pier, as a 17-year-old valedictorian candidate from Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High Sch...

 
 By Observer Staff    News    March 28, 2016

Wind Knocks Down Power in 200 Block of 21st Street

Power lines are down in the 200 block of 21st Street, the SMFD reported Monday afternoon. The lines were reported down at 4:30 p.m. The Department advised residents to avoid the area, given that...

 

Breaking: Man Shot Dead in 1300 Block of 59th St., Los Angeles

Date and Time of Occurrence: Saturday, April 2, 2016 at 5: 32 p.m. Location: 1300 block of 59th Street, unincorporated Los Angeles Victim(s): Male adult Suspect(s): Two males Unit: LASD Homicide ...

 
 By Observer Staff    News    March 28, 2016

Earthquakes reported Near Baja, Huntington Beach

A Magnitude 2.6 earthquake was felt by residents in the South Bay Sunday evening, around 10:44 PM. The US Geological survey said the epicenter was in the sea, about 3 miles west of Huntington Beach...

 

Man Struck on PCH in Malibu

MALIBU, CA - A man who was involved in a solo SUV crash on Malibu Canyon Road north of Pacific Coast Highway was struck by a bus after getting out of the vehicle, which was left dangling on the edge...

 
Bill Rosendahl with his successor, Los Angeles city councilman Mike Bonin

Memorials set for LA City Councilman Bill Rosendahl

Update: A Memorial Mass for Bill is set for St. Monica's Catholic Church, 725 California Ave., SM CA 90403, on Tuesday morning, April 5, 2016. A celebration of his life is set for Saturday, April 16,...

 

SMMUSD Adopts New Anti Bug Policy

After receiving some backlash for the way it handled the gopher crisis at Malibu High School, the SMMUSD board has adopted a stronger policy on the use of pesticides, banning the use of anticoagulants...

 
 By Grace Smith    Schools    March 28, 2016

SMC Corsair wins 12 Awards

The Santa Monica College (SMC) student newspaper The Corsair won 12 awards – including five first-place awards – in two student journalism competitions recognizing the best of student journalism...

 

Blue Angels and Fat Albert Take Flight

This year's Los Angeles County Air Show was held on March 19-20th at General William J. Fox Airfield in Lancaster, California. It featured the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue...

 

Airport Moves Plane Parking

The Airport cleared parked planes from the Southeast six acres of the airport, allegedly for a 12-acre expansion of Santa Monica Airport Park. This is on the part of the airport in Los Angeles, i.e....

 

Downtown Plan Delayed Due to Voter Revolt

For the last seven years, the City of Santa Monica has struggled to come up with a downtown plan. The problem is, the City's residents are in open revolt against a City Staff they see as...

 

Meet the Blacks/ The Dark Horse

Anyone who seen writer/director Deon Taylor's freshman film, "Supremacy", has been awed by the power and strength of the heavy dramatic themes rising from the a racially motivated true story. Many,...

 

Despite Petition, UCLA Won't Fire Steve Alford

Many UCLA basketball fans are so eager to see Coach Steve Alford fired that they signed a petition requesting that. It's pretty shocking how UCLA recently finished its season, finishing 10th in the...

 
 By AP    News    March 28, 2016

North Korea Says it Successfully Tests Long-range Rocket Engine

SEOUL, South Korea – North Korea says it has successfully conducted an engine test of a new intercontinental ballistic rocket it claims will strengthen its ability to stage nuclear strikes on the...

 

Pacific Park Wants You

Santa Monica's most famous, and only, amusement park is seeking about 500 seasonal employees, says Jeff Klocke, Vice President at Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier. Pacific Park seeks "fun,...

 

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