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Located atop the bluffs of the Palos Verdes Peninsula, it is known for expansive views of the Pacific Ocean. This Los Angeles suburb dates back to the Spanish explorers and the establishment of the first Spanish rancho land grant in California. Wayfarers Chapel designed by Lloyd Wright (son of Frank Lloyd Wright) and built between 1949-1951 is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Population: 41145
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: Los Angeles Dodgers (MLB) Los Angeles Kings (NHL) Los Angeles Clippers (NBA) Los Angeles Lakers (NBA)
Local Colleges: Marymount California University

Zip Codes associated with rancho palos verdes, california: 90275
Towns/Cities near rancho palos verdes, california : San Pedro Rolling Hills Lomita Torrance Redondo Beach Carson

Rancho Palos Verdes News
Rancho Palos Verdes, Trump settle differences, including $100M lawsuit

In a further signal that relations are warming between Donald Trump and the city of Rancho Palos Verdes, the two formerly hostile combatants have quietly disposed of the mogul's $100 million lawsuit against the city. Details of the settlement were not disclosed, subject to a confidentially agreement between the city and Trump National Golf Club.

A whale of a tale: Former troublemaker writes memoir detailing infamous Marineland break-in

'Mulligan's Wake' details the adventures of Dave Mulligan in the year following his father's death, including the time he broke into Marineland and rode the Killer Whales with his buddies. Things were just different back then.

San Pedro man charged in Rancho Palos Verdes home-invasion robbery

A San Pedro man was charged Thursday with a home-invasion robbery that victimized a 19-year-old Rancho Palos Verdes man who was tied up and left in his bathtub for nine to 10 hours, deputies said. Maurice Taylor, 30, faces counts of robbery, burglary, mayhem, false imprisonment, auto theft and making criminal threats.

Palos Verdes Homes Association extends board election for the first time

For the first time in recent history, the Palos Verdes Homes Association Board of Directors election has decided to extend its election balloting until Feb. 8 in an attempt to finally reach a majority of voters so the results would count. The board announced at the PVHA annual meeting that a quorum had not been reached for the ninth year in a row, leading to an ongoing lawsuit between the association and an opposition group of residents.

What's closed in the South Bay on Jan. 15, 2018, for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Closed: Schools, banks, courthouses and federal, state, county, U.S. financial markets, and most city offices. Rancho Palos Verdes City Hall will remain open.

Neighbors, legal community mourn for Major Langer

Last Thursday evening, on the first day of Shiva, following Major Langer's burial, the guard at the Rolling Hills gatehouse asked one of the arriving guests, "Who was this guy? I've never seen so many people come to pay their respects." At noon that day, over 1,000 mourners attended the Rolling Hills attorney's burial at Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery.

B-2 Bomber: The One Weapon That Could Kill North Korea's Leaders and NukesThe National Interest

While the B-1B bomber can launch cruise missile strikes against exposed targets, the B-2 would be sent after the North Korean leadership itself. The Spirit would drop Massive Ordnance Penetrator bombs on hardened and underground North Korean command and control system, ideally disrupting its ability to issue orders to launch missiles.

South Bay seniors get the spotlight in photographer's project

Rancho Palos Verdes resident Charlice Lin has spent the last six months photographing and interviewing elderly people over the age of 75. Here, she photographs a 96-year-old Holocaust survivor. Rancho Palos Verdes resident Charlice Lin has spent the last six months photographing and interviewing people over the age of 75. As part of a project by Rancho Palos Verdes photographer Charlice Lin, these elderly women - along with 49 other people over the age of 75 - were asked the same question: If they had one message for the world, what would their message be? Lin created the "Foregone, but Not Forgotten" project, in part, because of regret following her grandfather's death for not spending time with him when she had the opportunity.

Good News! A Win for the Environment

BREAKING: Trump administration says it won't allow oil drilling off the coast of Florida, bowing to pressure from governor. As many people pointed out, given the current economy, the oil industry was not exactly eager to start pouring money into starting the process to eventually build more offshore rigs that would inevitably draw politically explosive protests.

Police seek missing Rancho Palos Verdes man with dementia

Sheriff's detectives asked for public help Wednesday in finding an at-risk 78-year-old man with dementia last seen at his home in Rancho Palos Verdes. The L.A. Sheriff's Department is seeking the public's help in finding Jerry Hines of Rancho Palos Verdes.

Low-Wage Workers Aren't Getting Justice for Sexual Harassment

The man who Sandra Pezqueda says sexually harassed her and ultimately got her fired has never been disciplined for his actions. That's even though the man, who was her boss when she worked as a dishwasher and chef's assistant at the luxurious Terrenea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes, California, beginning in 2015, persistently switched her schedule so she'd be working alone near him, repeatedly offered to give her more hours if she'd go out with him, and twice tried to kiss her in a storeroom at work, according to Pezqueda.

PHOTOS: Christmas lights at Sleepy Hollow

People walk by a home decorated as they look at the Sleepy Hollow Christmas lights in Torrance Tuesday, December 19, 2017. A family looks at a Santa in the doorway of a home as they visit the Sleepy Hollow Christmas lights in Torrance Tuesday, December 19, 2017.

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