Dangerous rip currents were a concern for officials Wednesday as many people were flocking to the beach to avoid the record heat.
High surf, rip currents and minor coastal flooding will continue Thursday for a third straight day due to huge swells from Tropical Storm Marie off the coast of Mexico.
Southland residents may be losing millions of dollars every year by avoiding littered, local beaches in favor of choosing cleaner beaches that are farther away, according to a study.
A popular campground in Oxnard has been shut down due to flooding, according to officials.
While thunderstorms brought flooding rains to areas of San Bernardino and northeastern Los Angeles County, the hot, sticky weather was also apparent at the beach on Sunday afternoon.
As authorities investigate the potential relationship between fishing and Saturdays’ Great White shark attack off Manhattan Beach, a fishing ban on the pier, originally expected to be lifted this week, has been extended for 60 days.
Lifeguards are warning Southland beachgoers about the potential for dangerous rip currents during the holiday weekend.
The city of Newport Beach has temporarily grounded the use of jetpacks after residents complained about noise and possible injuries.
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This is also the longest day of the year — officially 14 hours and 26 minutes long.
The anonymous millionaire who’s delighted Southland residents with his hidden cash drops struck again Saturday morning, this time creating a scavenger hunt at Hermosa Beach.
As Angelenos run for the beaches during this May heatwave, Southland lifeguards are urging them to check for possible riptides before jumping into the water.
Authorities say a woman was struck and seriously injured by a maintenance vehicle while sunbathing on a Los Angeles County beach.
The stabbing occurred in the 1600 block of Pacific Avenue at approximately 8:30 p.m., LAPD officer Sara Faden told City News Service.
A large boat washed ashore Thursday morning just south of Ballona Creek in Playa del Rey.