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Culver City using collars to track coyote activity

Wave Staff and Wire Reports CULVER CITY — As part of the city’s ongoing coyote management plan, researchers have secured a radio collar to one...

Culver City school board welcomes newest member

Wave Staff Report CULVER CITY — Paula Amezola de Herrera was installed as the first bilingual Latina elected to the Culver City school board Dec....

Veterans begin receiving coronavirus vaccinations

Wave Staff Report LOS ANGELES — The Veterans Administration’s Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System began administering COVID-19 vaccinations to frontline health care employees and veterans...

LAPD budget cuts discussed at Venice public forum

By Cynthia Gibson Contributing Writer VENICE — The impact of COVID-19-related budget cuts on public safety was at the center of Los Angeles City Councilman Mike...

Gourmet Food Hall opens in downtown Culver City

By Cynthia Gibson Contributing Writer CULVER CITY — An 8,000 square-foot food hall, featuring some of the region’s most sought-after restaurateurs, opened for business Nov. 18...

Family clinic partners with UCLA to feed needy

Staff and Wire Reports LOS ANGELES — UCLA has announced a partnership with the Venice Family Clinic in which the university's dining staff will provide...

Dance, film students collaborate on video project

Wave Staff Report CULVER CITY — Students in the Academy of Visual and Performing Arts at Culver City High School have combined the school’s film...

Culver Steps developer welcomes two new tenants

Wave Staff Report CULVER CITY — The developer of the Culver Steps is welcoming two new brands to the company’s mixed-used development in downtown Culver...

Culver City High student attends medical conference

Wave Staff Report CULVER CITY — A Culver City High School junior served as a delegate to the Congress of Future Medical Leaders Nov. 21...

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