: The Hermosa Beach resident hung out with friends as they wandered around Pier Plaza and Hermosa Avenue, stopping into a few spots for food, friendship and fun.
: The Hermosa Beach City Council took steps Tuesday night to ensure the city continues to move toward its environmentally-conscious agenda by extending a pair of incentive-based programs and introducing an ordinance that will ban polystyrene foodware.
: A Hermosa Beach man hustles when he hears screams and doesn't stop until his efforts are successful. Read about how he is credited with saving the boy's life. Would you know what to do if you found yourself in this situation?
: A suspect described as a male black adult slashed an employee's throat and took a silver cash box during a robbery at the Cigar & Tobacco Shop in Manhattan Beach Thursday around 4:11 p.m.
: Trevor Franklin was the pitching star for the Manhattan Beach Little League Junior All Stars Wednesday, throwing for six innings and giving up just five hits and three runs (one earned) in his team's 8-3 victory over a Canton, Ohio team in the Junior World Series.
: A cable that fails causes a long power outage that affects residents, traffic and businesses.
: The Manhattan Beach resident wins gold at the Games and then what?
: A bench warrant has been issued for the arrest of Charles Diamond, who owns the land where the Redondo Car Wash once stood, after he failed to appear in court on charges relating to the property's condition, the Daily Breeze reported Monday.
: A collision between a pickup truck and a parked minivan Sunday afternoon in Riviera Village is still under investigation, according to the . Nobody was seriously injured in the collision, said acting traffic unit Sgt. Jeffrey Mendence on Tuesday.
: Work began last week on a project that will add approximately 75,000 cubic yards of sand to the beach near the Topaz Street jetty in Redondo Beach. Crews will use clean sand from a to widen the beach between Topaz and Ruby streets by 60 to 100 feet.
: Rescue divers ended their search on Thursday for a Marina del Rey woman who was reported missing after she went free diving off the coast of the Palos Verdes Peninsula on Saturday. When Rebecca Weiss, 50, didn't return home Saturday afternoon as planned, her husband, Alan Weiss, went looking for her at their normal diving spot, authorities said.
The city of Rolling Hills Estates may once again send a letter to Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe in support of an off-leash dog park at the site of the former Palos Verdes Landfill. A letter from the city of Rancho Palos Verdes to RHE Mayor Susan Seamans prompted the council on Tuesday night to briefly discuss sending a second letter to the county.