Images shown on a local San Diego TV station show the once-luxury cruiser partially submerged.
In the wake of a CBS2 investigation, Mayor Eric Garcetti Friday maintained that leadership changes at the Port of Los Angeles had little to do with the controversial skyrocketing cost of its 73-foot yacht.
The executive director for the Port of Los Angeles will retire by the end of the year, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Thursday.
The cost of renovations for the Port of Los Angeles’ yacht, which is used for tours of the harbor, is millions more than first reported, according to CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein.
The Port of Los Angeles has been spending more than $1 million of public money on renovating a yacht, according to CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein.
Officials reopened Balboa Pier in Newport Beach Monday after a 55-foot yacht collided with it.
A 55-foot yacht carrying at least 13 passengers ran into the Balboa Pier at Newport Beach Sunday evening.
Actor Robert Wagner has declined to be interviewed by detectives investigating the 1981 drowning of his then-wife, Natalie Wood.
A website that tracks boats by GPS shows that a yacht mysteriously destroyed during a Pacific Ocean race left a track landing on the rocky shore of an island off Mexico’s northern coast.
A last-minute decision to not race with his four friends is credited with saving the life of competitive sailor Michael Patton.
Yachts, by definition, are supposed to be luxurious, but one docked near Venice goes above and beyond mere luxury.
Congressman Darrell Issa from Washington questions why the port of Los Angeles owns a 73-foot yacht called the Angelena, and why they’re using taxpayer money to refurbish it.
With the city going broke you may be surprised to find out that Los Angeles is the proud owner of a million dollar yacht and it is about to undergo hundreds of thousands of dollars in renovations at taxpayer expense.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department held a news conference Friday about its new investigation into the death of actress Natalie Wood.
They were four adventure seekers who loved the sea and wanted to see the world. Friends said they were meticulous and planned for any dangers, but even that couldn’t prepare them for the Somali pirates who stormed their yacht and took their lives.