• A burned out car near a home above Malibu High School that perished in the Woolsey Fire. (Suzy Demeter/Malibu Surfside News)

    Three dead, councilman hospitalized, at least 616 structures destroyed as Woolsey Fire devastates Malibu

    November 10, 2018 By Staff Report News, Breaking, Police-Fire
    A deadly wildfire that started in Woolsey Canyon on Thursday, Nov. 8, has decimated the City of Malibu, killing at least three and destroying at least 616 structures while covering more than 98,000 acres.
  • The damaged Visitors Center of Leo Carrillo State Park. (Suzy Demeter/Malibu Surfside News)

    Woolsey Fire Watch: Constant updates of disaster in Malibu

    November 9, 2018 By Staff Report News, Breaking
    A fire that began in Woolsey Canyon near Simi Valley has invaded Malibu. Check in for constant updates as the fire pushes through.
  • Malibu's Dave Teel took this photo as he watched Malibu burn, in and around his home off Latigo Canyon Road, from Zuma Beach.

    Accounts from Woolsey Fire victims, survivors and evacuees

    November 13, 2018 By Staff Report News, Community

    They called it the “Ex-husband/dead-wife storage locker,” as an attempt at humor while carrying heavy burdens.

  • Pepperdine students share a moment of prayer on Nov. 8, the day after the Borderline Bar & Grill mass shooting, which killed Seaver College student Alaina Housley and 11 other victims. Photos by Ron Hall/Pepperdine University

    Pepperdine student among victims of mass shooting

    November 8, 2018 By Lauren Coughlin, Editor News, Breaking, Police-Fire
    Alaina Housley, a student of Pepperdine’s Seaver College, was among the 12 individuals killed Nov. 7 in a mass shooting at Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks.
  • Mikke Pierson (left) and Karen Farrer are to join the Malibu City Council. Photos Submitted

    Farrer, Pierson respond to being elected to City Council

    November 7, 2018 By Lauren Coughlin, Editor News, City
    Election Day has come and gone, and Malibu City Council candidates Mikke Pierson and Karen Farrer have won the public’s support.

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