• Coach Hayden Goldberg said this year’s team will look to returning upperclassman, including Sasha Alvarez (pictured) this season. 22nd Century Media File Photo

    Girls Water Polo: New league, new leaders to shape squad

    December 11, 2018 By Ryan Flynn, Freelance Reporter Sports, High School
    For the first time in nearly a month, the Sharks have some normalcy back in their lives.
  • Malibu resident Soleil Errico (center), 17, is hoisted on the shoulders of her coach Taylor Jensen (left) and surfer Ben Skinner after winning the 2018 World Surf League Women’s World Longboard Championship at the Taiwan Open of Surfing. WSL/Jack Barripp (WorldSurfLeague.com)

    Malibu’s Errico, 17, claims women's longboard title in Taiwan

    December 12, 2018 By Lauren Coughlin, Editor Sports
    Malibu surfer Soleil Errico’s pre-event stats said one thing, but her performance at the Taiwan Open of Surfing said another.
  • Santa Monica 7-year-old Ruby Karlov donated $25 of her allowance money to SweetBu Candy Co. earlier this month. Photo Submitted

    Seven-year-old donates allowance money to Malibu business to buy candy for fire victims

    December 12, 2018 By Lauren Coughlin, Editor News, Business
    SweetBu Candy Co. owner Melissa Smith is often surrounded by the sweetest things in life.
  • Malibu Search and Rescue member Kevin Ryan, who is set to retire this month, joined the team in 1979. Photos by Malibu Search and Rescue

    Longtime Malibu Search and Rescue volunteer eyes retirement

    December 13, 2018 By Suzanne Guldimann, Freelance Reporter News, Police-Fire
    For almost 40 years, Malibu Search and Rescue team member Kevin Ryan has been saving lives. He’s retiring this month.
  • The Malibu City Council listens Tuesday, Dec. 4, as Corral Canyon resident Robert Bailey talks about his community’s confiscated fire truck and his canyon being abandoned by the Los Angeles Fire Department. Photos by Dave Teel/22nd Century Media

    Mayor Pro Tem: ‘We failed, but we will survive’

    December 5, 2018 By Michele Willer-Allred, Freelance Reporter News, City
    Emotions ran high during a special Malibu City Council meeting Tuesday, Dec. 4, when City leaders, fire and police officials tried to explain what went wrong, and what went right, during the evacuation and emergency response to the Woolsey Fire which ignited on Nov. 8.

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