A fisherman in his 50s was believed to be in grave condition after being pulled from the water in San Pedro.
A 78-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a fire that destroyed the Elks Lodge in San Pedro, authorities announced Tuesday.
Standing in front of what remains of the charred building in the 1700 block of West Cumbre Drive, Joe Buscaino promised to “hunt down” the person responsible.
It took firefighters nearly two hours to knock down a “suspicious” fire at the historic Elks Lodge in San Pedro Tuesday morning.
The internship program is open to those over 18 in the San Pedro and Wilmington area who have an interest in caring for sick and injured birds.
A historic battleship in the Port of Los Angeles is getting ready for some overnight guests.
Longtime San Pedro business, Seaside Pharmacy, is slated to close its doors next week after serving the community for decades.
Homeless people are pitching their tents and tarps along the cliffs in San Pedro and some residents say it’s become a real problem.
A Los Angeles City Council committee directed staff Tuesday to study the possibility of permitting bicycle-pulled pedicabs to operate on Hollywood and San Pedro streets.
Flooding caused by a rising sea level would affect residents in Los Angeles’ low-lying communities, such as San Pedro and Wilmington, particularly those in older buildings and in rental communities like Venice.
Four local law enforcement officers were taken to area hospitals early Sunday morning after two separate crashes.
Los Angeles police officials said Monday a 22-year-old San Pedro man has been charged with burglary and bestiality after being captured on home surveillance video.
The family of a man who drowned Saturday while saving the life of a teen, was called a true hero.
A man died Saturday morning while trying to save a teen boy swept by a wave into the ocean.
Federal, state and local law enforcement officials Tuesday are taking part in a security exercise to protect oil and gas platforms in Southern California from potential threats.