Firefighters are wrapping up a cliff rescue operation in Pacifica after working to help a man stuck on a cliff at Mori Point.
A woman and her dog were rescued by firefighters Saturday morning after they became stranded on a Pacifica cliff.
Violations at Pacifica Beach Yoga, located at 1615 Oceana Blvd., included holding indoor “mask-free” yoga classes when gyms and yoga studios are under state health orders to close indoor operations. The studio's owner had already been fined more than $3,700.
Emergency repairs are being made to the seawall and pier in Pacifica after recent King Tides created a void at the bottom of the seawall.
On Monday, a Utah woman was swept into the ocean in Humboldt County. On Tuesday, an unidentified man drowned off the Pacifica Pier, after being knocked down by a wave.
First responders say the man climbed over a barrier and down onto the rocks. Witnesses say a large wave knocked the unidentified man off of the rocks and into the water.
Both drivers suffered non-life-threatening injuries and were taken to a local hospital.
Around 11:45 p.m. on Nov. 5, a Pacifica police officer pulled over a vehicle driving upwards of 70 mph in a 45-mph zone of state Highway 1.
After the first offense, businesses can be fined up to $3,000 for violating the health order.
Azenith Smith reports.
Pacifica Beach Yoga in San Mateo County promotes hot yoga on its window front. In recent weeks, it's become a hotbed of controversy with numerous complaints of indoor operations going on for months.
The city says the beach closures are warranted, "for health and safety during this increasing coronavirus pandemic."
All beaches are closed this Labor Day weekend due to the coronavirus pandemic.
City officials in Half Moon Bay have also closed their beaches and beach parking from sunrise Friday morning to sunrise Monday morning.
The mountain lion was tagged by the Department of FIsh and Wildlife after it was caught in San Francisco.
At Linda Mar Beach law enforcement was turning people away. Some people were not happy about it.
San Mateo County sheriff's deputies will be stationed at Half Moon Bay's closed beaches, their parking lots and the coastal trail to enforce the closures.
Around 11 p.m. Monday, an officer in the 900 block of Fassler Avenue found graffiti saying "KILL WHITS" and "UR NX PAC" on a wall in red paint.
Officers first learned of the attempted burglary around 1:30 a.m. at the Chase Bank located in the Linda Mar Shopping Center at state Highway 1 and Linda Mar Boulevard.
The two facilities have been closed since San Mateo County and five other Bay Area counties implemented a shelter-in-place order due to the pandemic in mid-March.