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Navy gets go-ahead for $150 million plan to move ammunition wharf...

Less than a week after a final environmental assessment found that reconfiguration would have “no significant impacts on the quality of human, natural or...

CBS2: Dozens Treated For Stingray Injuries In Seal Beach

SEAL BEACH (CBSLA) — More than 50 people were stung at Seal Beach over the weekend. Stingrays have sharp barbs that come off when...

Navy Releases Final Environmental Assessment for new Ammo Pier and Turning...

The U.S. Navy has prepared a Final Environmental Assessment (EA) for the proposed Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach Ammunition Pier and Turning Basin project....

Surfing return to Long Beach? breakwater reports makes waves, but no...

    https://www.presstelegram.com/2019/06/25/long-beach-and-army-corps-still-studying-possible-breakwater-changes-with-no-timeframe-for-a-decision/

Families Looking for Man Who Saved Children from Rip Current

Some local families are seeking help to find the man who rushed into the water to save both children and moms who were caught...

Local Sailors help out with beach clean up

21 local sailors ported briefly at Seal Beach, took time to help clean up the city's beaches earlier this month. The crew, all assigned to...

City & Save Our Beach to hold special beach clean-up on...

Due to the large amount of trash and debris from the recent storms, SaveOurBeach in conjunction with the City of Seal Beach...

Beaches Look More Like Trash Dumps After Several Days Of Rain

The recent rainfall has washed Southern California’s streets clean, but turned local beaches into trash dumps as KCAL9's report on the beaches...

When it rains, the trash on Seal Beach is always a...

Once again, the rain-swollen San Gabriel River brought with it a ton of trash and dumped it on local beaches - decorating...

Rain is great, the trash that comes with it … not...

A little rain is always great to have Rain is always great to have but the local geography -- and the unavoidable...