Firefighters Rescue Dog Who Fell 30 Feet Down Abandoned Well In MalibuLos Angeles County Firefighters along with the Urban Search & Rescue Team were able to successfully retrieve the small dog after about three hours.
Panga Boat Smuggling 577 Pounds Of Marijuana Found Beached In MalibuA search of the panga yielded 41 bales of marijuana weighing a total of 577 pounds. Deputies also found 37 large containers of about 605 gallons of gasoline – some inside the panga, but others were found floating in the water and others scattered on the beach.
Motorcyclist Rescued After Falling 50 Feet Down Malibu Ravine
On Tenth Anniversary Of Her Disappearance, Sheriff Villanueva Promises Fresh Eyes On CaseMitrice Richardson's remains were found about a year following her disappearance.
'Stay Calm, Help's Coming': Good Samaritan Calls In Crash Involving Actor, Comedian Kevin HartA good Samaritan is heard trying to comfort two friends of actor and comedian Kevin Hart while reporting the major crash they had just survived in audio released of the 911 calls.
1 Hiker Dead, 2 In Need Of Rescue After Running Out Of Water In Kanan Dume AreaOne hiker died and two others were in need of rescue after running out of water and suffering from heat exhaustion near Kanan Dume Road in Malibu.
2-Alarm Brush Fire Erupts In Malibu, Burns 40 AcresThe fire, which originated in the area of Pacific Coast Highway and Sweetwater Canyon Road, quickly scorched three acres, but appears to be creeping uphill, according to the LA County Fire Department.
Man Hospitalized In Deputy-Involved Shooting At Malibu HomeA man was hospitalized Friday following a deputy-involved shooting that arose from an apparent domestic dispute with his mother.
Five LA, OC Beaches Among Most Polluted In CaliforniaOf the 10 most polluted beaches in the state, five were in the Southland.
Man Dead After Throat Is Slashed In Parking Lot Of Popular Neptune's Net In MalibuAuthorities on Sunday continued to investigate the death of a man who was killed in the parking lot of a famous surfer and biker restaurant in Malibu.
Malibu Restaurants That Survived Woolsey Fire May Be Forced To Close Because Of Drop In BusinessMonths after the Woolsey Fire scorched the canyons of Malibu, which was then deluged with torrential rain that caused mudslides, residents returning to the seaside enclave might not find their favorite restaurants and businesses waiting for them.