New research finds swimmers and surfers today are about 90 percent less likely to be attacked by sharks off California than they were in the 1950s — even though there are hundreds of thousands more people in the water.
A new drone that is being utilized by Southland lifeguards reveals a chilling look at how many sharks are just feet from the shoreline at one beach.
High surf warnings continue Tuesday across the Southern California coast.
Two juvenile white sharks up to six feet in length have been sighted in the waters off the coast of Seal Beach and Sunset Beach, authorities said Wednesday.
It’s been a busy year for lifeguards at Zuma, Point Dume and other local beaches.
KCAL9’s Kevin Takumi reports Los Angeles County lifeguards swam the group out to a boat after they were unable to return to a safe path as the tide came in.
A 50,000-gallon sewage spill forced the closure of beaches between 3rd Place and 72nd Place in Long Beach, officials said.
Officials are looking for two swimmers who disappeared in high surf Saturday in Huntington Beach. Lifeguards noticed four swimmers having trouble in the water south of the pier around 2:30 p.m., said Jeff Lopez of […]