California Coastal Commission
State coastal regulators on Wednesday postponed consideration of a proposal by U2 guitarist The Edge and others to build five mansions in the mountains above Malibu.
Winemakers in Malibu are fighting to stop a ban on new vineyards in the area.
A meeting was being held Wednesday to determine the fate of the Stars and Stripes that proudly fly at the Trump National Golf Course.
Business magnate Donald Trump is fighting — not over an investment — but to keep the Stars and Stripes flying from a 70-foot flagpole at his Southland Trump National Golf Course.
California regulators approved this week development of the first shellfish farm in federal waters off Southern California that could produce about 2.6 million pounds of Mediterranean mussels a year.
Scores of supporters and critics of a proposed $900 million desalination plant for Orange County have packed a meeting of state coastal officials to voice their views on the project.
U.S. Air Force officials are considering leasing land to private companies to drill for oil and gas on California’s central coast.
Parking at some Orange County beaches will cost more this summer.
A coastal regulator Friday approved a plan to install parking machines and hike holiday parking fees at several popular Orange County beaches.
The Orange County Board of Supervisors Tuesday passed a symbolic resolution on a proposed ban against fire pits.
The city of Newport Beach and the California Coastal Commission appear to be pitted against each other over the popular fire rings at Balboa Pier and Corona del Mar State Beach.
A nearly 700-foot zip line on Venice Beach has been given the green light, over residents’ complaints that the attraction will block ocean views, create noise and make parking in the area even worse.
A coastal development agency has recommended officials reject U2 guitarist The Edge’s vision for a cluster of mansions that would look like nothing more than scattered leaves on a ridgeline overlooking Malibu.
Residents of 24 houses on an island in Newport Bay may soon have to open their private access bridge to the outside world, it was reported Saturday.
The California Coastal Commission approved a $7 million plan aimed at restoring circulation in the brackish waters of Malibu Lagoon.