Lucas Ransom

(credit: CBS)

Officials Push To List Great White Sharks As Endangered Species

The California Department of Fish and Game believes that great white sharks should be listed as threatened or endangered species under the state’s Endangered Species Act.

CBS2 / KCAL9–01/09/2013

(Credit: AP)

Funeral To Be Held For 19-Year-Old Shark Attack Victim

A funeral mass is expected to be held Wednesday for a 19-year-old Romoland man who was killed by a shark near Vandenberg Air Force Base.

10/27/2010

A boogie boarder was killed by a shark near Vandenberg Air Force Base (credit: Santa Barbara Sheriff's Office)

Surf Beach Reopens After Deadly Shark Attack

Authorities have reopened a Central California beach where a shark attack killed a 19-year-old college student last week.

10/25/2010

Lucas Ransom, 19, was fatally mauled by a shark while surfing off the Central Coast. (credit: Riverside Press-Enterprise)

Beaches Stay Closed After Deadly Shark Attack

A string of beaches on California’s Central Coast are shut down and there is no word on when they’ll be open again after a deadly attack on a bodyboarder from what some scientists are saying is likely a great white shark.

10/23/2010

A boogie boarder was killed by a shark near Vandenberg Air Force Base (credit: Santa Barbara Sheriff's Office)

Friend: Waves Turned Red With Blood After Shark Attack

Matthew Garcia was surfing two feet away from his friend who was bodyboarding when he heard a desperate cry for help. Within seconds, a shark flashed out of the water, bit into his friend’s leg and pulled him under in a cloud of blood.

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO–10/23/2010

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