Yesterday was a busy day at Malibu’s world renowned First Point. Deputies patrolled the popular surf break citing multiple offenders which includes arresting on paddle boarder. Lost Hills Station confirmed that all
These are unprecedented times. Much like the men and women who go to battle for our country, healthcare professionals are literally on their own front lines fighting the war against the Covid-19
The LA County Health Department ordered all county beaches, beach bike paths, trails, and beach access points until April 19th. The strict safety precautions were necessary after visitors flocked to area beaches and trails
The LA County Health Department ordered all county beaches, beach bike paths, trails, and beach access points until April 19th. The strict safety precautions were necessary after visitors flocked to area beaches and trails last weekend.
City of Malibu Public Works is setting up NO PARKING signs along PCH at popular beach spots. Lost Hills deputies is assisting Public Works for safety and security. The NO PARKING
Barely 48 hours after Governor Newsome announced new state mandates to combat the spread of the Coved-19 virus, it seems the “Safer at Home” protective measure set forth by lawmakers has not
The “Safer at Home” protective measures set forth by the County yesterday to combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus went into effect immediately and include the closure of non-essential retail businesses.
The Coronavirus pandemic has led to changes in the way local businesses are operating. L.A. County is expected to announce mandatory closure of non-essential retail businesses to close within the next 24
Today, a Public Safety Announcement was issued today by the current Unit Commander of Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station Acting Captain, Lt. Chuck Becerra: “Like much of the state, the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff
By Paul Taublieb The erstwhile city of Malibu just released a statement which begins with “(our) number one priority is ensuring the public safety of the community.” Now, of course, this was