A 12-million-year-old whale fossil was recently discovered at a Palos Verdes school.
A Long Beach whale watch captain is calling 2013 a banner year for visitors from the deep.
A family of orcas decided to come out and play off the coast of Redondo Beach this week and a marine biologist who has been following this family caught the show on video.
A man was hospitalized Friday after he drove his car over a cliff and it landed in the ocean off Palos Verdes.
A pursuit early Thursday morning led to an officer-involved shooting and a female suspect crashing her vehicle into a ditch, Torrance police said.
Mega commuters like many Los Angelenos are at an increased health risk because of the time they spend on the road.
Sometimes after a long day, the perfect solution to unwind is a night hike through one of Los Angeles’ numerous trails.
A Southland woman got a big surprise when Buttercup, the “fat” miniature horse she adopted, actually gave birth to a foal.
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 husband of a woman who died while snorkeling in Palos Verdes is speaking out for the first time since her body was found.
Divers have been combing the waters off the Palos Verdes Peninsula for 50-year-old Rebecca Weiss, a missing snorkeler.
Divers are combing the waters off the Palos Verdes Peninsula for a missing diver.
A dive team resumed their search in the waters off Palos Verdes Monday for a woman who disappeared while snorkeling.
Southern California’s tide pools are fragile ecosystems best explored with our eyes, not our hands, and most visible at low tide.
Three high school students allegedly hacked into school computers and changed their grades — for profit.