More stories about CALIFORNIA

  • Poolside CPR

    How one city's lifeguards and firefighters joined forces to launch a successful outreach program

  • Iron Man

    Meet Rudy Garcia-Tolson, four-time Paraolympian and Triathlon finisher

  • Las Vegas Waterpark a Big Hit

    The $40 million Wet 'n' Wild waterpark opened in Las Vegas -- 10 years after the last public waterpark closed.

  • USA Swimming Attracts More Controversy

    By hiring a lobbyist to oppose a California bill addressing childhood sexual abuse, swimming's national governing body has garnered unfavorable comments

  • ‘Lifeguards Gone Wild’ Video Gets 14 Fired

    At least a dozen California lifeguards are receiving more attention than they anticipated, and so is their employer, the city of El Monte, Calif.

  • California Lawmakers Strike Down Pool Bill

    California lawmakers have struck down AB 1726, a public health bill which would have required that public swimming pools be operated by a qualified (certified) pool operator.

  • USA Swimming Must Turn Over Sex Abuse Complaints

    Courts in California and Washington have decided in favor of swimmers alleging they were sexually abused by their former coaches.

  • Sex Abusers Trigger Tougher Legislation

    Legislation to ban confidential lawsuit settlements involving allegations of child sexual abuse, and lengthen the statute of limitations for victims to file civil actions, has been introduced in California.

  • Swim Sex Abusers Trigger Legislation

    Legislation that would ban confidential lawsuit settlements involving allegations of child sexual abuse and lengthen the statute of limitations for victims to file civil actions has been introduced in California

  • Manuel Gonzalez

    As a teen, Manuel Gonzalez worked as a lifeguard, and the job helped pay for a private high school, and a college education at Princeton University