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  • Big waves stir up caution, excitement at beaches

    Big waves stir up caution, excitement at beaches
    Lifeguards are keeping a close eye on huge swells generated by Hurricane Marie that have begun battering the Southern California coastline this week as surfers size up what are expected to be the summer's biggest breaks.
  • 'We never think we're going to go to work and die'

    'We never think we're going to go to work and die'
    Newport Beach lifeguard Ben Carlson was manning a rescue boat Sunday evening when he got a call that a swimmer was struggling to get back to shore near 16th Street. The 6- to 8-foot swell, slightly larger than waves traditionally seen in that area of...

    Newport braces for weekend storm

    Newport braces for weekend storm
    By the time most Newport Beach residents wake up Thursday morning, the Municipal Operations Department plans to be hard at work. With high tides anticipated to coincide with two rain storms, the city has started preparations to protect its low-lying...

    Sandbags available as storm approaches

    Costa Mesa is providing free sandbags for protection from this week's anticipated rainstorms. Residents can fill up to 15 sandbags for free at the Placentia fire station, 2300 Placentia Ave. Shovels will be provided. The city will have emergency crews...

    Newport anticipates higher tides [Corrected]

    The highest tides of the month are expected to roll in this week, but flooding is unlikely, Newport Beach city officials said Wednesday. Tides are expected to reach 6.9 feet at 7:23 a.m. Thursday, 7 feet at 8:10 a.m. Friday and 6.8 feet at 8:55 a.m....