Hermosa Beach's Pride Lifeguard Tower Will Remain PermanentlyThe Pride Tower lifeguard station that meant to be a summer fling will be remain for the long haul at Hermosa Beach.
Lifeguards Battle For Bragging Rights In Hermosa BeachDozens of lifeguards from several Los Angeles County agencies competed Friday night in ocean and beach races to show off their stamina and swimming talents.
Stash Of Remote-Controlled Illegal Fireworks Found In Hermosa Beach BunkerThe fireworks were discovered in a wooden bunker.
LA County Sheriff's Department Assisting Hermosa Beach Police In Homicide InvestigationA male adult victim suffering from a blunt force wound to the head was transported to a local hospital in the early morning hours Saturday where he was pronounced dead.
Hermosa Beach City Council Extends City's COVID Outdoor Dining, Retail ProgramHermosa Beach's outdoor dining and retail program will continue through the end of the year, city officials announced Thursday.
Hermosa Beach Officials Cracking Down On Unruly Parties, Public Intoxication, Underage Drinking This July 4 HolidayThere are new fines in Hermosa Beach for people who host large, unruly parties, and there will be additional patrols looking for public drinking on the beach.
Hermosa Beach Mayor Justin Massey Recovering After Being Attacked For Asking Someone Not to LitterMayor Justin Massey says he was out for a walk with his family last Sunday night when he spotted someone throwing trash out of a car.
Like Mother, Like Daughter: Katie Austin Joins Forces With Mom, DVD Fitness Queen Denise AustinThe mother-daughter duo joined forces during the pandemic to offer live workouts, which something new for 64-year-old Denise Austin, who has been selling fitness DVDs, books and expertise for 40 years.
Small Quake Gives Hermosa Beach A Lunchtime JoltThe magnitude-2.6 earthquake struck about 4 miles west-southwest of Hermosa Beach, out in the Pacific Ocean, at 12:23 p.m., according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Restaurants Feeling Financial Strain From Adapting To New COVID RestrictionsOutside dining has become the norm at Casa Vega in Sherman Oaks. Owner Christy Vega said it was either that or shutdown.
'All-Time Records' Possible As Heat Wave Hits SoCal This Labor Day WeekendA historic heat wave is anticipated to hit Southern California Saturday, bringing with it dangerous conditions through the Labor Day holiday.
Officials Prepping For Large Beach Crowds Ahead Of Labor Day Weekend, Expected Heat Wave, COVID-19 ConcernsLos Angeles County officials say they are increasing staffing in preparation for expected large crowds during the Labor Day weekend.
Hermosa Beach Adding More Personnel To Enforce Face Mask RequirementThe City of Hermosa Beach announced additional personnel will join the Hermosa Beach Police Department beginning Saturday to enforce the use face coverings in crowded areas of the city.
Hermosa Beach Latest City To Implement No-Mask FinesThe ordinance requires face masks to be worn downtown, on the Strand, on the Greenbelt, at all city parks and on the beach when not in the water.
LA Archdiocese Hails Supreme Court Ruling In Favor Of South Bay Catholic Schools As 'Momentous Day For Religious Liberty'The cases, Our Lady of Guadalupe School v. Morrissey-Berru and St. James School v. Biel, considered how broadly the “ministerial exception,” which prohibits courts from deciding certain employment disputes brought by ministers, applies to teachers at religious schools.