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Malibu Artist, 60, Dies In PCH Crash; Sheriff’s Detective Suspects Natural Causes It was likely a heart attack or some other medical emergency that killed a 60-year old Malibu man … as he crashed his car into oncoming traffic on Pacific Coast Highway at Paradise Cove yesterday afternoon. Witnesses pulled the man out of his […]

Council Says 4-Story Hotel Wedged Up Against Hill Is Too Big A proposed hotel across the street from the Malibu Pier got shot down 4 to 1 at the Malibu City Council last night. The four story high project was wedged onto a vacant lot … zoned for two stories high … and carved into […]

The Malibu city council tonight will vote on a proposal to build a four-story hotel in an area zoned for a 2-story motel … next to the Malibu Inn nightclub. There request is for variances … exemptions from local zoning laws … to allow the developer to carve into the cliff across from the Malibu […]

Frustrated motorists will face at least one month of delays on PCH heading towards Malibu, while the state designs and then constructs a restriping project around a mudslide that started 65 years ago. In a news release issued Tuesday morning, Caltrans today confirmed plans for a slight detour around the “beach squeeze” at the Tramonto […]

Some Deputies From Malibu At UCLA Booking Protestors, But Patrols Here Continue The eyes of the nation are on UCLA this morning. Rubber bullets were fired at pro-Gaza protestors this morning … 24 hours after a pro-Israel mob was allowed to attack the illegal protest camp with fireworks and metal sticks. Sheriff’s deputies from the […]

UCLA Police Watch At Pro-Israel Demonstrators Attack Pro-Gaza Campers, Outside Police Finally Break Things Up A total breakdown of police last night … at UCLA. Pro-Israeli protestors moved in on the pro-Gaza encampment at about 11 last night. People inside the camp were attacked.  ABC-7 helicopter reporter Chris Christie was overhead: 70270 ABC7 CHRIS CHRISTIE […]

Caltrans Has New Estimated Size Of Topanga Landslide: 90,000 Cubic Yards (7,500 Truckloads) A new estimate from Caltrans: The landslide on Topanga Canyon Boulevard is now estimated at 90,000 cubic yards. That is 75 hundred dump truck loads. And the state does not have any p[lace identified yet to receive 75 hundred dump trucks full […]

KBUU News Exclusive:  Seetoo Wins Lawsuit Against Villanueva For Sex Discrimination Disgraced former sheriff Alex Villanueva has lost another lawsuit … this one filed by one of the department’s highest-ranking female officials.  Malibu-Lost Hills Captain Jennifer Seetoo won a $971,000 judgment, when a Los Angeles jury deliberated less than an hour and decided against the […]

No Triathlon At Zuma Beach This Fall, Report Says It appears likely that no Malibu Triathlon … no Zuma Triathlon … no triathlon at all … will happen in this September here in the Bu. A statement has apparently been mailed out by the new race organizers … saying delayed construction on Pacific Coast Highway […]

Caltrans Once Again Blunders With Center Paddles That Obscure Oncoming Traffic Caltrans may have acted to increase safety …. but they have created dangerous driving conditions with their latest PCH improvements. Again. New yellow paddles have been installed along the center of the state highway in the Point Dume area. The paddles are so high […]


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