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Federal Appeals Court Affirms Begging Ban at LAX

Federal Appeals Court Affirms Begging Ban at LAX

The city and the Hare Krishnas have been battling over the issue in court since the Los Angeles City Council adopted the ordinance in 1997.
Anti-SLAPP Lawsuit Victory for Santa Monica Voters

Anti-SLAPP Lawsuit Victory for Santa Monica Voters

Anti-SLAPP Lawsuit Victory for Local Santa Monica Voters
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SHINE: True Stories About "Money"

SHINE storytellers recount true stories about "Money" this Thursday, August 21 at 7:30pm at YWCA Westside/Santa Monica.

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Downtown Santa Monica to Deliver Annual Report

Downtown Santa Monica to Deliver Annual Report

The year in review highlights Include new eco-friendly parking structure, the 25th anniversary of Third Street Promenade and more.
Police Arrest Three Men Suspected of Holding Up a Santa Monica Parking Booth

Police Arrest Three Men Suspected of Holding Up a Santa Monica Parking Booth

The arrests were made after a freeway traffic stop.
Albertson's Reports Hacker May Have Compromised Shoppers' Private Information

Albertson's Reports Hacker May Have Compromised Shoppers' Private Information

The breach occurred between June 22 and July 17 of this year, the company reported today.
Small Quake Strikes off Coast of Malibu, Did You Notice?

Small Quake Strikes off Coast of Malibu, Did You Notice?

It measured 3.4, and there are no reports of damages or injuries.
Support Troops by Donating Unused Cell Phones in Santa Monica

Support Troops by Donating Unused Cell Phones in Santa Monica

Phones can be donated to 'Cell Phones For Soldiers' at several locations throughout greater Los Angeles.
Your Santa Monica City Council Candidates

Your Santa Monica City Council Candidates

Ten candidates are competing for three seats.
Bill to Provide $400M in Tax Breaks to Film Industry to Work Locally Heads to Senate

Bill to Provide $400M in Tax Breaks to Film Industry to Work Locally Heads to Senate

About 16,000 film and TV jobs, representing about $1.5 billion in wages, have been lost to other states and countries between 2004 and 2012.
Gay Man Sues Physician Network after South Bay Doctor Labels His Orientation a 'Chronic Condition'

Gay Man Sues Physician Network after South Bay Doctor Labels His Orientation a 'Chronic Condition'

Matthew Moore, 46, complained, got a letter of apology and then found out a year later, he's still considered diseased.
Restaurant Opens on Ocean Boulevard -- Carvery Kitchen

Restaurant Opens on Ocean Boulevard -- Carvery Kitchen

The traditional deli offerings have a healthy twist.
Serial Stowaway Gets 177 Days in Jail for Not Staying Away from LAX

Serial Stowaway Gets 177 Days in Jail for Not Staying Away from LAX

Marilyn Jean Hartman was arrested twice this month, once for flying without a ticket and again for violating an order to stay away from LAX.
UCLA Added to List of Universities Suspected of Mishandling Sexual Abuse Complaints

UCLA Added to List of Universities Suspected of Mishandling Sexual Abuse Complaints

The U.S. Department of Education is investigating 76 institutions. No specifics were released about what prompted the UCLA probe.
Woman Sues House of Ink Tattoo Artist for Punching Her in the Face

Woman Sues House of Ink Tattoo Artist for Punching Her in the Face

Corey Fortenberry claims an employee of the parlor featured on "Tattoos After Dark" TV show was angry at the plaintiff's friend for vomiting
Chop Daddy's Looking to Open More Locations

Chop Daddy's Looking to Open More Locations

The locals have partnered up in a business deal that has set its sights on as many as 12 new restaurants in the next four years.
Lian Ensemble to Offer Next Concert at Tongva Park

Lian Ensemble to Offer Next Concert at Tongva Park

See them for free at the Gathering Hill.
Goodbye Donald Sterling, Hello Steve Ballmer

Goodbye Donald Sterling, Hello Steve Ballmer

In a brief statement, the NBA confirmed the deal transferring ownership of the Clippers, saying the sale was following a court order.
Serial Stowaway to Remain Jailed

Serial Stowaway to Remain Jailed

Her probation was revoked after she was caught near LAX Thursday a day after she was ordered to stay away.
Prosecutors Say Death Penalty Decision Expected in November in LAX Murder Case

Prosecutors Say Death Penalty Decision Expected in November in LAX Murder Case

The decision on whether to seek the death penalty in the case against Paul Anthony Ciancia is ultimately up to Attorney General Eric Holder.

A 'Fancy' Way to Go Back to School: Free Iggy Azalea Concert at the Pier

VIDEO, PHOTOS Rita Ora and Magic! were there, too.
Meteor Showers Are Pretty Cool, but This Year, They Follow an Extra-Super Supermoon

Meteor Showers Are Pretty Cool, but This Year, They Follow an Extra-Super Supermoon

The Perseids are coming. How to watch them while competing with the glare of the brightest of supermoons.

Beach Flash Mob Raises Awareness of Homeless Youth

The young dancers, many of whom were once homeless, performed a choreographed routine to the song “Do You Know Where Your Children Are?"