If you’re like some of us, the best reason to get out of bed on the weekends, is brunch.
Authorities seek two men they suspect were involved in a robbery in the South Bay.
Investigators say a Manhattan Beach police officer around 8 a.m. was flagged down by a woman who stated two men had just attempted to kidnap her after she stepped off a bus at Sepulveda and 8th Street.
Soaring temperatures with a chance for storms will continue Thursday here in Southern California.
Heavy downpour pummeled the High Desert and Antelope Valley, while Venice and Newport beaches experienced dangerous rip currents and scorching heat as wild weather struck Southern California.
According to the National Association for Sport and Physical Education only one in three children are physically active every day with a staggering 12.5 million children classified as obese by the CDC. A major contributor to this apparent malaise is the daily dose of TV, computer and console-based entertainment beloved by children. Keeping kids entertained can be difficult at the best of times but there’s clearly no doubt that a child’s daily average of some seven and a half hours in front of a screen, in one form or another, should give parents pause for thought.
The coast is expected to be a top destination this holiday weekend, but beach-goers beware: tar balls are still being reported from Malibu to Manhattan Beach.
Police Tuesday investigated the circumstances surrounding a rollover traffic collision that injured two people.
Margarito Valdez Gomez, 48, of Los Angeles, was found in possession of seven catalytic converters. Authorities said they appeared to be newly removed from vehicles.
A single tar ball that washed up along Manhattan Beach last month has been linked to the Refugio oil spill, authorities said Monday.
Swimmers and surfers can get back in the ocean between the jetty at El Segundo and the waters off Torrance.
A six-mile stretch of South Bay shoreline will not reopen as planned as crews continue to clean up remaining tar balls that washed ashore, authorities said Friday.
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.