Pepperdine Cancels Classes Through Thanksgiving Holiday Due To Woolsey FireUniversity officials announced the decision Sunday morning, explaining that they had conducted an "extensive evaluation" to assess the needs of the community.
'You're Safe Here': Pepperdine University Shelters In Place Despite Evacuations, Fire Raging Near CampusAs flames devoured homes and forced Malibu residents to evacuate, Pepperdine University called for students and staff to shelter in place.
16 Pepperdine Students Among Those At Borderline Bar When Shooting StartedOne of the 16 students remains unaccounted for.
Pelicans Crash Pepperdine Graduation CeremonyA video of pelicans that crashed the Pepperdine University graduation ceremony this weekend is going viral.
Developer In Process Of Building Upscale Cemetery In MalibuRichard Weintraub wants to turn a 28-acre parcel of land across from Pepperdine University into a cemetery.
Local Security Expert Believes US Will Be Called In To Respond To Paris Terrorist AttacksRobert Lloyd, an international relations professor at Pepperdine University, said the airstrikes are just the beginning.
Cracked Power Pole Creates Traffic Gridlock On PCH In MalibuA cracked wooden power pole that eventually fell into the road led authorities to close Pacific Coast Highway just west of Pepperdine University on Saturday morning, snarling traffic for much of the day.
Pepperdine Prof. Discusses Announcement Of Unity Government In The Middle East Professor Michael Shires spoke with KCAL9's Amy Johnson Saturday morning about what the announcement of a unity government in the Middle East means for peace in the region.
Local Firefighters Remember 9/11 12 Years LaterFire Station 88, home to California Task Force 1, deployed 70 members to Ground Zero.
Guide To Watching The Grunion Run In Southern CaliforniaThe grunion are here! Many of Southern California’s beaches will have thousands of little white fish land on shore for their annual spawning.
Pepperdine Study: Economy Improves Before Nearly All Presidential ElectionsTwo Pepperdine University economists are proving correct the adage, “It’s the economy, stupid,” in their study that upcoming presidential elections are almost always preceded with economic improvement.