Big Rig Spills Produce, Fuel On 5 Freeway In San Clemente Two northbound lanes of the San Diego (5) Freeway in San Clemente were reopened Monday after crews cleaned up produce and fuel spilled by an overturned big rig.
Best Beaches In Orange CountyNo matter why you choose to hit the beaches in Orange County—whether sunbathing, surfing or otherwise—these are some of the best options.
Settlement Reached To Move San Onofre Nuclear WasteSoCal Edison will make a good faith effort to move about 3.6 million pounds of nuclear waste away from the coastline.
Possible Gas Explosion Destroys San Clemente HomeAn explosive fire destroyed a San Clemente home early Thursday, but the residents managed to get out unscathed.
Mount Rushmore-Style Tribute To Paul Walker Proposed For San Clemente CliffsIn these troubled times, a comedian from San Clemente is convinced we need more Paul Walker in our lives.
San Clemente Beach Reopens After Shark SightingLifeguards said that 10 different people reported seeing a 10-foot shark swimming right near the pier.
Camp Pendleton Brush Fire Grows To 700 Acres, Concerns Some In San ClementeA large brush fire that has burned more than 300 acres at Camp Pendleton is threatening neighborhoods in San Clemente as hundreds of firefighters are rushing to contain the blaze.
San Clemente City Leaders Want To Make Aggressive Panhandling A CrimeThe city is planning on making it illegal for panhandlers to try to shake people down in public places.
Possible Human Remains Found In Remote Area Of San ClementePossible human remains were discovered in a remote area of San Clemente on Thursday.
Cal State Long Beach Researchers Attempt To Tag Sharks Off SoCal CoastWith so much shark activity off the Southern California coast recently, researchers at Cal State Long Beach smelled opportunity in the water.
Beaches Stay Closed After Fishermen Tussle With Great White SharkSan Clemente’s beaches are off limits to swimmers Monday after more than two dozen sharks were spotted.
Activists Plead With Local, State Officials To Prevent Radioactive Waste From Being Buried At San OnofreSouthern California Edison has applied for a permit to burying 3.6 million pounds of nuclear waste on the beach early next year.