Manhattan Beach Police Hope Public Can Lead Them To Missing Woman, 40Ann Shenkler was last seen on March 15.
Police Seek Manhattan Beach Shoplifters Who Attacked Ralphs EmployeeA Ralphs employee was struck in the head with a metal club while trying to get the license plate number of the suspects' vehicle.
Suspect Sought In Rash Of Manhattan Beach Vehicle Break-InsThe suspect stole credit cards during the burglary spree and used them at several Walgreens stores.
Lobster Diver Missing Near Manhattan Beach Found DeadJeff Tolly's body was found inside an underwater pipe near El Segundo.
Search Continues For Manhattan Beach Hiker Lost In Sequoia And Kings Canyon National ParksAuthorities at Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks relaunched the search for a Manhattan Beach man Monday after it was suspended over the weekend due to weather conditions.
Firebombed Family Turns Possible Hate Crime Into Learning OpportunityA Manhattan Beach family that was firebombed two years ago have donated $35,000 to an educational foundation. The money will be used to train local teachers about hidden bias.
Entertainment Attorney Accused Of Sex With Teenage Boy In Manhattan BeachAn entertainment industry attorney was arrested on suspicion of having sex with a minor, and police say he may have used his title to attract his victim’s interest.
Congressman Ted Lieu Calls For 'Systemic Fix' Of U.S. Postal ServiceThe Postal Service says it is working on improving service.
Search Underway To Find Body Of Missing Swimmer In Manhattan BeachAround 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Derrick Jeffries, of Hawthorne, disappeared in the surf near the 1800 block of The Strand while swimming back to shore with two friends.
Search Launched For Missing Swimmer In Manhattan BeachFriends say Derrick Jeffries disappeared in the water while swimming back to shore with them.
Large Surf, Strong Rip Currents Expected Along ShorelineAccording to the National Weather Service, a coastal flood advisory will remain in effect until 7 a.m. and a high surf advisory will be in force until noon.
Police In Manhattan Beach Ask Residents To Register Outdoor Security CamerasIn Manhattan Beach, security cameras aren’t hard to find which is why police are hoping those who have them will assist them in fighting crime.