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- 56 days ago

@ABC7: Walmart warning: CEO says retailer will close its stores if rampant theft doesn't stop. How SoCal is cracking down. Now on ABC7 https://t.co/sUOc4co7Dc
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- 65 days ago

@drrondahampton 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
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- 86 days ago

@ceceswoods: PLAYBACK - yesterday’s show with @HesherMedia & I w/ Chief (ret.) @LASDJordan talking #elections2022 @LACoSheriff video asking deputies for donations, what CA ballots look like & more! https://t.co/VTlFEwynKc https://t.co/1dEqrSNEt6 https://t.co/pFNX6p7jbo
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- 108 days ago

@ceceswoods: @HesherMedia aka #zztopoftalkradio & I are LIVE on @tntradiolive at the top of the hour. Still unpacking the dirty details of the #LACityCouncil audio leaks, their affects on other NOV 8 races, @AOC hecklers video that went viral and more! 10 AM PT/1 PM ET https://t.co/NSwUn5bEpJ https://t.co/f1NXkPFnLW
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- 108 days ago

@LASDJordan: What’s to investigate? Tammany Hall West, aka #LosAngeles has nothing to hide! This is Old Political Elites vs. the Newbies. #LACity #LATimes #LADailyNews #LASD #LAPD https://t.co/DFdZO0ZOEv
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Tag: Sheriff Villanueva

Missing Persons and Mental Health Advocate for Mitrice Richardson Case Withdraws Support for Sheriff Villanueva in 2022 Election
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Missing Persons and Mental Health Advocate for Mitrice Richardson Case Withdraws Support for Sheriff Villanueva in 2022 Election

For over a decade, Dr. Ronda Hampton has fought for justice on behalf of those who have no voice. Hampton, a clinical psychologist from Diamond Bar, began her journey as a Missing Persons and Mental Health advocate immediately after 24-year-old Mitrice Richardson disappeared under suspicious circumstances after being released from the Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station…

Villanueva Basks in Glory of Venice Clean-Up, Catastrophic Conditions Due to Encampments Continue in LASD Patrolled Areas During Peak Wildfire Season
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Villanueva Basks in Glory of Venice Clean-Up, Catastrophic Conditions Due to Encampments Continue in LASD Patrolled Areas During Peak Wildfire Season

Sheriff Villanueva’s kick in the pants to L.A. politicians to attend to the homeless issue on the Venice Boardwalk seems to have resulted in a swift clean-up, however, coastal and county areas patrolled by LASD have seen no action in catastrophic wildfire danger zones currently experiencing extraordinarily dangerous conditions and an uptick in fires primarily…

Law Enforcement Leaders Meet at Pepperdine to Discuss Preparation for Potential Uptick in Crime As COVID Mandates Relax and Economy Re-Opens
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Law Enforcement Leaders Meet at Pepperdine to Discuss Preparation for Potential Uptick in Crime As COVID Mandates Relax and Economy Re-Opens

Today, Lost Hills Station Captain Becerra hosted leaders from law enforcement agencies from a 30 mile radius at Pepperdine Univer is hosting with his counterparts, Captains, Detective Lt. at Pepperdine University to discuss preparation for a potential uptick in crime now that COVID mandates have relaxed and the economy is gearing up for a full…

Suspect Arrested with Arsenal at Zuma Beach Due in Court May 17th – LASD/Lost Hills Station Continues to Make Key Felony Gun Possession Arrests
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Suspect Arrested with Arsenal at Zuma Beach Due in Court May 17th – LASD/Lost Hills Station Continues to Make Key Felony Gun Possession Arrests

Kyle Kiddy, the man arrested on April 11th with an arsenal of weapons at Zuma Beach is due in court May 17th. Malibu resident Danette Eilenberg, fearing for her safety and the safety of beach goers, called the Lost Hills Station for help after an encounter with Kiddy, who was wearing a bulky trench coat with…

A Deadly Trifecta: Covid Cases, Violent Crime and Public Corruption Rise Sharply in LA County – How Supervisor Sheila Kuehl “Reimagines L.A.”
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A Deadly Trifecta: Covid Cases, Violent Crime and Public Corruption Rise Sharply in LA County – How Supervisor Sheila Kuehl “Reimagines L.A.”

This article was originally published on December 5th, 2021 on our affiliate site The Current Report. You gotta hand it to Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva. The man has some Mad-Max forward-thinking skills. Back on July 21st, based on the decisions made by our county leaders, Sheriff V predicted if massive defunding continued, the streets of Los Angeles would…

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Editor in Chief, Cece Woods

Malibu Daily News Editor in Chief Cece Woods started The Local Malibu, an activism based platform in 2014. The publication was instrumental in the success of two ballot measures, and seating three Malibu City Councilmen in 2016, and the top two vote-getters again in 2020.

During the summer of 2018, Woods exposed the law enforcement cover-up in the Malibu Creek State Park Shootings, and a few short months later provided the most comprehensive local news coverage during the Woolsey Fire attracting over 1 million hits across her social media platforms.