The Long Beach Health Department has closed all beaches in the Alamitos Bay amid an early October heat wave.
For many Southland beachgoers, a day at the beach is often spent swimming in sewage, according to a new national report.
If swimming in the rain — or after it — is your thing, you may want to hold off for the next few days, according to Heal The Bay.
A 50,000-gallon raw sewage spill in the Los Angeles River has reportedly not contaminated coastal waters along the Southern California coast.
A 50,000-gallon sewage spill forced the closure of beaches between 3rd Place and 72nd Place in Long Beach, officials said.
Crews are repairing a sewer line near a Carlsbad wastewater treatment plant, while they try to determine what caused the pipe to rupture.