Redondo firefighters agreed to a new, four-year contract that includes a pay raise and reduced staffing.
The California State Water Resources Control Board voted on Sept. 1 to extend the life of four gas-fired power plants along the Southern California coast, including the AES plant on Harbor Drive, in Redondo Beach.
Redondo Beach firefighters are on their eighth day of fighting the Creek Fire in the Sierra National Forest.
Ruby’s Diner in Redondo Beach, a mainstay on the city’s waterfront since 1990, closed permanently the day after Labor Day.
Former King Harbor liveaboards Bob and Jody Bitchin were watching a security camera video of flames surrounding their Berry Creek home. Then the propane tank exploded.
Bill Brand is an unlikely politician, a waterman who became mayor fighting against waterfront development. Now he’s fighting for his life
by Mark McDermott The little boy was six years old and already had a knack for doing unexpected things in unlikely ways. Bill Brand and his family lived in Dallas, Texas, and spent summers down in their “bay house” outside Galveston. Bill noticed that the giant oil supertankers that passed offshore created waves that would […]
By Dan Smith, BCHD Beach Cities Health District (BCHD) is looking for the community’s input this weekend on a potential aquatics facility as part of their proposed Healthy Living Campus master plan. Current plans for the site on N. Prospect Avenue in Redondo Beach call for a 220-unit assisted living facility, medical office buildings, a […]
Big thanks out to Redondo Beach Police Chief Keith Kauffman for insisting on proper training for our police task force
Dr. Eric Daar watched President Donald Trump’s White House press conference on the eve of the Republican convention out of professional interest, then with apprehension and then with a feeling of oh no, not again.
A new, four-year agreement with firefighters that “addresses significant budgetary issues in response to COVID-19” was ratified Tuesday night by the Redondo Beach City Council.
Over objections from Redondo Beach city officials, the California State Water Resources Control Board extended the AES Redondo Power Plant’s right to operate for another year,at least.
Redondo Beach Police Chief Keith Kauffman outlined the department’s use of force policies in a report to the City Council in response to “concerns” expressed by residents related to national issues of civil unrest.
Three kids and their mom driving 800 miles down Highway 5, to spend four days with the grandparents on a boat not much bigger than the mom’s SUV. Where’s the risk in that?
The popular Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce Lobster Festival has been canceled this year. But lobster festival meals can still be ordered.
South Bay mail delivery flows. Congressman Ted Lieu registers protest, presses President Trump to fix it