The U.S. Coast Guard said a six-mile stretch of South Bay beaches will not reopen as planned Friday morning as crews continue to remove remaining tar balls that washed ashore.
Cleanup efforts continued Thursday to remove a petroleum-based substance that washed ashore several beaches near The Strand.
Authorities have closed several beaches while they investigate and cleanup a petroleum-based substance that washed ashore Wednesday.
Police Wednesday announced the arrest of a 28-year-old man who allegedly tied up two residents during a home invasion robbery.
Health officials Wednesday announced a medical center in Torrance will be the first to offer 3D mammograms to patients in the South Bay.
An injured man who claimed his cell phone and cash were stolen by a bodyguard after an aborted meeting with a woman he met on Craigslist for sex turned out to be wanted for larceny in Oregon, police said Wednesday.
Police Monday released a description of a male suspect who sexually assaulted a woman on Manhattan Beach.
A woman was sexually assaulted early Sunday morning while the suspect forced her companion to lay face-down in the sand on Manhattan Beach, according to police.
A surfer had to be rescued Sunday after tangling with the Manhattan Beach Pier, authorities said.
With another warm day on tap Saturday, beaches across the Southland are expected to be busy, but there are concerns about potential dangerous conditions in the water.
From among any other big cities in the entire country, Los Angeles is arguably the most alluring when it comes to enjoying a sensational summer day spent by the sea.
A home was burglarized around 5:30 p.m. on Feb.7 in the 100 block of The Strand, according to Det. Traci Navarrette of the Manhattan Beach Police Department.
Spring break is a college tradition like no other, especially excellent when you pick a destination where the partying never stops. That said, Los Angeles is just a drive away from a slew of places happy to accommodate these often decadent ways. So where will you go this year?
The chief also offered other common sense approaches, including keeping valuables out of sight.
In a show of unity following a possible arson aimed at a black family, residents gathered to speak out against hate.