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Articles from the May 10, 2021 edition

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 By Jack Simon    News    May 10, 2021

SM-UCLA, St. Johns, Westside Hospitals Get Mixed Grades from Health Care Watchdog

Are Santa Monica-area hospitals doing a great job protecting patients from preventable errors, accidents, injuries, and infections? UCLA Santa Monica Medical Center is acing that assignment but not...

 
 By Corva Corvax    Politics    May 10, 2021

California Governor Newsom Issues Executive Order that will Release 76,000 Prisoners Early, Including Those Convicted of Violence

May 3, 2021 In what is probably not the smartest move by a state official facing a recall election during a year when violent crime is spiking across the region, California Governor Gavin Newsom signe...

 
 By Corva Corvax    Politics    May 10, 2021

It's Okay for the Santa Monica Pier to Catch on Fire, says the City Attorney, So Let the Illegal Vendors Supplied by Criminals Have Their Butane Fires on Their Unpermitted Cookstands

May 5, 2021 After public outcry regarding illegal food vendors on the Santa Monica Pier, apparently run by a criminal family gang, authorities cracked down on the activity. Police would now accompany...

 
 By Corva Corvax    Politics    May 10, 2021

Unarmed Crisis Response in Los Angeles: Mike Bonin and the LA City Council Claim to Want Your Opinion

Mike Bonin and the City of Los Angeles is sending out an online survey for residents and others who work in the city soliciting opinions on what types of calls armed police should answer and what...

 
 By Samuel Alioto    News    May 10, 2021

OIR Group Issues Independent Report on George Floyd Riots of May 31, 2020 and its Effects in Santa Monica

The OIR Group of Playa Del Rey issued a 116 page report on the events connected to the civil unrest in Santa Monica, of May 31, 2020. The unrest, which followed the death of George Floyd, saw about 10...

 

L.A. County Meets Yellow Tier Threshold, Indoor Operations for Bars and Higher Capacity Limits with Safety Measures Set for Thursday

5/5/21 : Los Angeles County has met the threshold for the least restrictive yellow tier in the State's Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Today, the State released updated blueprint tier numbers; L.A....

 
 By Observer Staff    News    May 10, 2021

21 Year Old With A Gun Tries to Pick Up Women on Main Street

5/2: Santa Monica Police Department Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of Bay Street to investigate an assault with a gun. \When officers arrived on scene at 1:30 AM, they met with two women...

 

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