Tag: Malibu

Formal Complaint Filed with the FPCC Against Malibu City Council Members Riggins, Grisanti, Planning Commissioners Peak and Smith, City Manager McClary
Breaking News, Politics, Uncategorized

Formal Complaint Filed with the FPCC Against Malibu City Council Members Riggins, Grisanti, Planning Commissioners Peak and Smith, City Manager McClary

On September 2oth, the Malibu Daily News broke the story of the former chair of the Fair Political Practices Commission and distinguished attorney Ann Ravel’s letter to City officials regarding her intention to file a formal complaint with the FPPC against Council members Paul Grisanti and Marianne Riggans and their appointments to the Planning Commission,…

California Iconic Restaurant to Close Paving Way for Updated Restaurant, Architectural Co-Project
Around Town, Breaking News, Regional

California Iconic Restaurant to Close Paving Way for Updated Restaurant, Architectural Co-Project

The end of an era. After five decades, Gladstones the iconic oceanside seafood landmark will shutter its doors to pave way for a new Wolfgang Puck project designed by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry. Gladstones first opened in 1972 in Santa Monica Canyon before moving to its beachfront location in 1981. Sources say the restaurant will…

Calabasas Area Continues Disturbing Trend that Hit Malibu –  Homes Being Burglarized A Second Time
Breaking News, Public Safety

Calabasas Area Continues Disturbing Trend that Hit Malibu – Homes Being Burglarized A Second Time

Last week, bestselling crime author and Calabasas resident Lee Goldberg, shared footage media outlets of intruders on his property in what looked like an attempt at a home invasion until the suspects saw Goldberg on the phone – that phone call turned out to be law enforcement. Goldberg’s neighbor had just been burglarized before Thursday’s…

Malibu Cold Case from 1996 Solved with DNA Evidence, at Least Three Murdered and Missing Cases Continue to Go Unsolved
Breaking News, The Local, Uncategorized

Malibu Cold Case from 1996 Solved with DNA Evidence, at Least Three Murdered and Missing Cases Continue to Go Unsolved

For over two decades, the family of Gladys Arellano hoped for justice in the 17 year-old’s murder which took place on Super Bowl Sunday in 1996. Arellano’s body was found two days later in Topanga Canyon, 30 feet off a main road in a ravine. Authorities said she was partially clothed and appeared to be…

Call to Action by July 10th: Poison Free Malibu Urges Community Members to Support New Policy Banning Harmful Pesticides Severely Impacting Environmentally Sensitive Habitat, Wildlife and Ocean Quality
Around Town, City, Environment, Malibu Life

Call to Action by July 10th: Poison Free Malibu Urges Community Members to Support New Policy Banning Harmful Pesticides Severely Impacting Environmentally Sensitive Habitat, Wildlife and Ocean Quality

Kian and Joel Schulman of Poison Free Malibu need the community’s help to rally together to push through policy ban harmful pesticides in Malibu which has had a serious negative impact on environmentally sensitive habitat, wildlife and ocean quality. This issue goes to a vote before Malibu City Council on July 10th. On December 9,…

JOIN THE VIRTUAL WORKSHOP TO LEARN HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN THE ORGANIC WASTE RECYCLING PROGRAM, AND GET A FREE KITCHEN SCRAPS CADDY – WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 7:00 PM
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JOIN THE VIRTUAL WORKSHOP TO LEARN HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN THE ORGANIC WASTE RECYCLING PROGRAM, AND GET A FREE KITCHEN SCRAPS CADDY – WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 7:00 PM

The City of Malibu invites all Malibu community members to join the next virtual workshop to learn about the importance of, and how to participate in, the City’s Organic Waste Recycling Program, on Wednesday, June 15, 7:00 PM. Participants will receive a free, 1.9 gallon, dishwasher-safe kitchen scraps caddy. They are just the right size…

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Editor in Chief, Cece Woods

Malibu Daily News Editor in Chief Cece Woods founded The Local Malibu, an activism based platform, in 2014. The publication was instrumental in the success of two ballot measures, seating three Malibu City Councilmen in 2016 and the supporting 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.