The Brave Voice of Gabriel Fernandez & the Social Workers Who Ignored Him. By Thea Eskey Gabriel Fernandez was born on February 20, 2005. By the time of his death eight years
As a result of The Current Report’s previous story exposing the counterfeit PPE distributed to employees and drivers at L.A. Metro, a second whistleblower from the Bus Drivers Division has come forward
Editor’s Note: It was a long agonizing 11 months before family, friends and the Malibu community, ultimately learned the fate of Mitrice Richardson, who had gone missing after the Malibu/Lost Hills Station
In October 2018, just weeks to go before the L.A. County Sheriff’s election, a high-profile arrest was made in connection with the Malibu Creek State Park Shootings. The story made global headlines
The 10-year anniversary of Mitrice Richardson’s disappearance, and the press conference at the Lost Hills Sheriff’s Department on September 17th, proved to be a pivotal time in the relationship between family and
The 10-year anniversary of Mitrice Richardson’s disappearance and the press conference held outside the Lost Hills Sheriff’s Department Tuesday, September 17th, produced some very deep emotions, as well as an unexpected reaction
Almost one year ago, on August 11th, 2018, The Local Malibu posted reports on our social media platforms information regarding a “lost hiker”. That lost hiker quickly turned out to be Matthew
Sheriff Villanueva talks to The Local Malibu about the role the Truth and Reconciliation Panel plays in the re-opening and investigation into the Mitrice Richardson case.
*EDITOR’S NOTE: LHSD, SCE, FRONTIER HAVE CONCLUDED THE RUPTURED CONDUIT IS NOT THE SOURCE OF THE EXPLOSION AND THAT THERE WERE “NO MALFUNCTIONS”. The Halloween vibe was in full swing on Monday
Multiple reports of gunshots and a suspicious fire have continued to plague the area near Malibu Creek State Park and the Hindu Temple on Malibu Canyon/Las Virgenes Road. At approximately 11 p.m.