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Articles from the June 15, 2016 edition

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 By Grace Smith    Schools    June 15, 2016

SMC Awards Xfer Scholarship to 4.0 SMC Student Angel Josue Najera

Santa Monica College (SMC) has awarded its fourth annual Chui L. Tsang Transfer Scholarship to SMC student Angel Josue Najera. The new Tsang Scholar – the first in his family to go to college ...

 
 By Christine Peake    News    June 15, 2016

Third Tragedy In Orlando's Darkest Week! Two Year Old Dragged Off By Alligator

Tragedy has struck again Orlando, what can only be described as a week of hell. Breaking news that a two-year-old boy is missing after being violently dragged into the nearby water by an alligator...

 

Beluga Whales, Bear Cams to be Projected Live on Walls on Third Street Promenade

June 14, 2016- Evening visitors to Santa Monica will bear witness to hundreds of Walrus lounging in the parking lot. That's not all. Whales the size of a building, fish as big as cars, waves that reac...

 

Six Summer Essentials for Families to Follow

As the school year winds down, so do the hectic days of getting the kids dressed, getting lunches made and rushing out the door to make it before the first bell rings. Summer vacation gives parents...

 
 By Anna Cofer    Lifestyle    June 15, 2016

Flower Child's First California Location Now Open

SANTA MONICA (June 14, 2016) – Today, Flower Child – the healthy, happy, fast-casual restaurant by Sam Fox– has opened its doors in Santa Monica. Inspired by the fundamental desire to deliver...

 
 By Sabine Rose    Lifestyle    June 15, 2016

Bubbles the Pilot Whale: An Ambassador to Humans, Or a Prisoner of Them?

Bubbles, a pilot whale captured off the coast of California and trained to perform in Marineland and later Seaworld for over 30 years, died around age 50 Thursday. Since her species is thought to...

 

National Nurses Union Threatens to Strike

The National Nurses United union, the largest nurses union in the country, is threatening one- to seven-day walkouts in eight hospitals in three states at the end of June. Cited are understaffing...

 
 By David Ganezer    News    June 15, 2016

Police arrest James Howell, 20 for illegal possession of Explosives, Guns.

http://www.smobserved.com/story/2016/06/15/news/police-arrest-james-howell-20-for-illegal-possession-of-explosives-guns/1428.html Police arrest James Howell, 20 for illegal possession of Explosives,...

 
 By John Mann    News    June 15, 2016

Bill to Combat Government Corruption Approved by Assembly Committee

Sacramento – A bill that strengthens California's conflict of interest laws and restores public trust and accountability was approved today by the State Assembly Elections and Redistricting...

 
 By Christine Peake    News    June 15, 2016

Shooting In Oakland in Broad Daylight Injures Six, Kills One

One person was killed and six others injured following a shooting during a vigil in downtown Oakland late Tuesday afternoon, police said. In a statement Tuesday evening, police said all the victims,...

 

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