17-Million-Gallon Sewage Spill Prompts Closure Of Beaches North Of El SegundoBeaches from El Segundo to the southern end of Playa del Rey were closed to swimmers Monday due to a 17-million-gallon sewage spill.
3.2M Earthquake Strikes Near El SegundoA 3.2 magnitude earthquake struck 2.49 miles north of El Segundo Wednesday evening, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Los Angeles Air Force Base In El Segundo To Become U.S. Space Force's Space Systems CommandA new organizational structure for the Space Systems Command was released Thursday, redesignating two Southern California military facilities.
Stolen Dump Truck Leading Police Pursuit Crashes Right Outside The Habit In El SegundoThe crash was reported at about 9:50 a.m. at The Habit, 311 N. Sepulveda Boulevard in El Segundo. Police in the area say Los Angeles school police were in pursuit of a vehicle just before the accident.
Exclusive: El Segundo Research Center Testing Oral COVID-19 VaccineA new vaccine being developed by one of the owners of the Los Angeles Lakers could offer protection from COVID-19 without the need for an injection.
Topgolf Tees Up New Ontario, El Segundo LocationsThe Ontario and El Segundo venues will the first in Southern California for Topgolf, which has a location in the Sacramento area and another in San Jose that is scheduled to open this year.
El Segundo Chevron Refinery Cited For Hydrogen Sulfide Release Into AirThe Chevron Refinery in El Segundo is suspected of releasing hydrogen sulfide resulting in "odors impacting the public." The refinery was issued a violation by the South Coast Air Quality Management District for the incident, the agency announced Thursday. 
3 South Bay-Area School Districts Reopen Campuses This Week For Their Youngest StudentsSome of the youngest students in Torrance, Redondo Beach, and El Segundo unified school districts returned to campuses for in-person learning. The three districts also resumed in-person learning for students with special needs and student athletic conditioning.
El Segundo Cancels Candy Cane Lane For First Time In 71 YearsThe city of El Segundo is canceling the popular event for the first time since 1949 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hundreds Gather For Pro-Armenia Protest Outside LA Times BuildingDemonstrators said they were holding a peaceful protest calling for "fair coverage on Azerbaijan’s aggression toward Artsakh and Armenia."
Mattel Launches Presidential Campaign Barbie DollsThe El Segundo-based toymaker introduced the world to the new team of Barbie dolls with a presidential campaign team. The team includes a candidate, a campaign manager, a fundraiser and a voter.