Culver City Continuing Relaxed Parking Enforcement Through FebruaryThe city said the relaxed parking enforcement will continue through Sunday, February 28 to help people stay home and slow the spread of COVID-19.
Culver City PD Releases Video Of Fatal Shooting Of Man By OfficersThe Culver City Police Department Tuesday released video of a fatal shooting of a man by officers — one of whom was wounded by friendly fire — on the roof of a parking structure.
'It's Gonna Be Blue': Biden Supporters Confident Former Vice President Will WinAfter this campaign season, and continued wait for election results, a calming message from Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and a drink were exactly what a number of his supporters said they needed Friday.
Culver City Extends Relaxed Parking Enforcement Through Nov. 14Culver City officials announced Monday relaxed parking will be extended through Nov. 14.
Gates Reopen At 12 Outdoor Playgrounds Across Santa MonicaGates were opened at 12 different playgrounds that were shut down for months during the pandemic.
Culver City To Hold Virtual Job Fair On Oct. 16The event, which will run from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., is open to anyone seeking employment or training as well as businesses seeking to hire for internships, seasonal, temporary and full-time positions.
Caught On Video: Man Wanted In Stabbing At Culver City HotelPolice say the suspect was harassing hotel guests by asking them what gang they were from, then fixated on one man and stabbed him several times.
Police Searching For Suspect In Connection With Stabbing At Culver City HotelPolice are looking to identify and locate the suspect involved in a stabbing at a hotel lobby in Culver City on Friday night.
Caught On Video: 2 Men Steal ATM From Culver City RestaurantThe theft happened Wednesday at Public School 310, 9411 Culver Blvd., near Main Street.
Culver CityBus Says Fare Collection, Front-Door Boarding To Resume MondayAlthough CityBus said ridership has declined "considerably" during the pandemic, the service said it was expecting more passengers as businesses reopen.
Culver City Sues Gymnastics School Over Alleged Indoor Operations In Violation Of Health OrdersThe lawsuit, filed against the Los Angeles School of Gymnastics and owner Tanya Berenson, is seeking to have the gym declared a public nuisance and in violation of an emergency public order.
Suspect Arrested After Opening Fire On Police In Culver CityNo officers were hurt.
Alcohol Beverage Control Agents Making Unannounced Visits To Bars, Restaurants To Check Coronavirus ComplianceAgents for the state's Alcoholic Beverage Control Department made unannounced visits to restaurants in Culver City on Friday night to ensure bars and restaurants are following coronavirus health orders.
Culver City Mom Calls On School District To Offer Free Learning Pods For All StudentsAs school districts continue to prepare for an online fall semester, many parents are panicked and wondering how they will manage — especially those who cannot afford to pay for private tutors or to join a learning pod.
Vandals Cause Thousands Of Dollars Of Damage To Culver City SchoolOfficers responded to an alarm at Stoner Avenue Elementary School to find several suspects fleeing.