Cigarette smokers will soon no longer be welcome in Manhattan Beach.
Think you can’t afford a trip to LA? Think again.
After the Great White shark attack over the 4th of July weekend, Manhattan Beach officials extended a supposedly temporary ban on pier fishing — now that ban may become indefinite.
PETA Tuesday will fly a large banner over Southland beaches protesting fishing off local piers.
Grief counselors spent the day with students at Mira Costa High School Monday after a popular student was killed in a bizarre accident while riding on a tour bus.
Authorities say the 7-foot shark was thrashing to get free from the line for more than 40 minutes on Saturday before it bit a swimmer, who was treated at a hospital.
As authorities investigate the potential relationship between fishing and Saturdays’ Great White shark attack off Manhattan Beach, a fishing ban on the pier, originally expected to be lifted this week, has been extended for 60 days.
In an interview Sunday with KCAL9, Steven Robles sat in the front yard of his Lomita home, with a cast on his arm and his shirt splayed opened to reveal the bloodied lines where shark teeth ripped into his torso.
The unidentified swimmer was bitten just before 9:30 a.m., authorities said.
A man suspected in a string of bank robberies has been charged with holding up another bank in Ventura County.
The sharks are not looking for human prey. But pray tell, why so many?
The Los Angeles Kings will continue their 2014 Stanly Cup championship celebration with a parade through three South Bay beach cities on Wednesday.
The Los Angeles Kings will continue to celebrate their Stanley Cup win this week.
Supporters still made it out to the event to raise money for a good cause.
Police Wednesday released a sketch of a man wanted for molesting a boy in a public restroom in Manhattan Beach.