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Visit historic Malibu Pier for a meal that may surprise you

Los Angeles Times

Each of these essential California adventures has been tried and tested by a Travel section staffer or contributor. To search the state by region, use the filter below. Why: The Malibu Pier is just what you'd expect from this small, wealthy, health-conscious community: No cotton candy, no amusement rides. Instead, it offers first-rate food in a setting that lets the surfers and sunsets entertain you. What: The pier's history goes back to 1905, when it was used to ship hides and produce from the surrounding ranches.


Outrage in tony Malibu over hunting permit for mountain lion

U.S. News

This undated photo provided by the National Park Service shows a mountain lion, known as P-45, that is believed to be responsible for the recent killings of livestock near Malibu, Calif. Ten alpacas were killed Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016, at a ranch and one alpaca and a goat were killed at another ranch on Sunday. California Fish and Wildlife has issued a rancher a 10-day permit to kill a lion known as P-45, but officials of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area contend that killing a cougar preying on livestock near Malibu will not solve the problem.


Hundreds of fish die in lagoon in tony Malibu, California

Daily Mail - Science & tech

California officials were trying Monday to solve a stinky mystery: A die-off has left hundreds of fish floating in a recently restored lagoon on the tony Malibu coast. Scientists believe the Malibu Lagoon die-off, which began last Wednesday, is likely caused by unusually warm water temperatures, said Craig Sap, superintendent of California State Parks' Angeles District. 'We had many days in a row of warmer-than-usual temperatures,' he said. This photo from video provided by KCBS2/KCAL9 shows dead fish at Malibu Lagoon State Park, as state workers prepare to remove the stinking mess in Malibu, Calif., Monday, Aug. 27, 2018. 'We hadn't had much of a breeze down there to keep the temperatures down,' Sap said.


Hundreds of fish die in lagoon in tony Malibu, California

Daily Mail - Science & tech

California officials were trying Monday to solve a stinky mystery: A die-off has left hundreds of fish floating in a recently restored lagoon on the tony Malibu coast. Scientists believe the Malibu Lagoon die-off, which began last Wednesday, is likely caused by unusually warm water temperatures, said Craig Sap, superintendent of California State Parks' Angeles District. 'We had many days in a row of warmer-than-usual temperatures,' he said. This photo from video provided by KCBS2/KCAL9 shows dead fish at Malibu Lagoon State Park, as state workers prepare to remove the stinking mess in Malibu, Calif., Monday, Aug. 27, 2018. 'We hadn't had much of a breeze down there to keep the temperatures down,' Sap said.


The two bodies found in Malibu Friday were severely burned, officials say

Los Angeles Times

Thick, dense smoke blanketed the sky in Oroville, where hundreds filled the Church of the Nazarene, an evacuation center 25 miles from the fire-ravaged town of Paradise. Evacuees gathered Saturday afternoon around a television that was showing a college football game. Post-it notes and torn notebook paper were thumb-tacked to a message board with names and contact information of people searching for loved ones.