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We've got some news to report here in Malibu and it's not about Britney or Barbra or Cher or septic tanks or even our annual mainstays, fire, flood and mudslides. (Is it just me or are the Santa Ana's a bit late this year?)

A deal to build a Santa Monica City College on a seven-acre site adjoining Malibu City Hall has fallen through. No reason given. Other land in the area remains under consideration. The Malibu Times has the details.

The proposed Liquefied Natural Gas terminal is defining the race for governor, according to the PCH Press.

Every news outlet you've ever (and never) heard of wants to tell you that Mel's still really sorry he's an anti-Semite when he's plastered. (And ABC really, really hopes you'll watch tonight as Diane Sawyer make Mel squirm while says so.)

The Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy is being sued by taxpayers who allege the misuse of $385,000 in state bond funds, according to the LA Times.

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