Vandenberg Air Force Base

(Credit: AP)

Funeral To Be Held For 19-Year-Old Shark Attack Victim

A funeral mass is expected to be held Wednesday for a 19-year-old Romoland man who was killed by a shark near Vandenberg Air Force Base.

10/27/2010

A boogie boarder was killed by a shark near Vandenberg Air Force Base (credit: Santa Barbara Sheriff's Office)

Surf Beach Reopens After Deadly Shark Attack

Authorities have reopened a Central California beach where a shark attack killed a 19-year-old college student last week.

10/25/2010

Lucas Ransom, 19, was fatally mauled by a shark while surfing off the Central Coast. (credit: Riverside Press-Enterprise)

Beaches Stay Closed After Deadly Shark Attack

A string of beaches on California’s Central Coast are shut down and there is no word on when they’ll be open again after a deadly attack on a bodyboarder from what some scientists are saying is likely a great white shark.

10/23/2010

A boogie boarder was killed by a shark near Vandenberg Air Force Base (credit: Santa Barbara Sheriff's Office)

Friend: Waves Turned Red With Blood After Shark Attack

Matthew Garcia was surfing two feet away from his friend who was bodyboarding when he heard a desperate cry for help. Within seconds, a shark flashed out of the water, bit into his friend’s leg and pulled him under in a cloud of blood.

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO–10/23/2010

A boogie boarder was killed by a shark near Vandenberg Air Force Base (credit: Santa Barbara Sheriff's Office)

Friend Of Victim Describes Fatal Shark Attack

Authorities say the victim of a deadly shark attack in Central California was a body boarder whose leg was bitten off.

CBS2 / KCAL9–10/22/2010

(Source: Gene Blevins, L.A. Daily News)

Is That A Fireball In The Sky? No, It’s A Satellite!

The launch of a space surveillance satellite triggered several calls to the CBS newsroom Saturday night.

CBS2 / KCAL9–09/26/2010

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