A fisherman is getting ready to get back in the water even after a shark took a bite out of his kayak this week.
Six people were rescued Sunday after their kayaks had been blown out to sea during high swells.
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An early-season rain storm scuttled plans Thursday for Mayor Eric Garcetti kayak down the Los Angeles River with the nation’s top environmental official.
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Some new clues and new questions emerged Monday in the case of a West L.A. man, who vanished while kayaking off the coast of Malibu last December.
Nearly 24 hours after a man called for medical help and his empty kayak was found off the coast of Malibu, Coast Guard officials prepared to suspend their search, officials said Friday.
Looking for some fun in the outdoors without having to leave Los Angeles? Residents can now take a trip down the L.A. River on a kayak.
For those who want to do more than lounge on a beach, kayaking is a fun recreational activity that keeps you fit and near the cool ocean breeze.
This summer city officials will begin offering canoe and kayak trips along parts of the Los Angeles River, a long maligned waterway that winds through the region as a concrete flood-control channel.