More About Beach Safety Guides
Watching Storms Safely on the Oregon Coast Officials get fairly worried when this part of the year comes along, as beach safety is a concern year-round. but even more so when those attractive, monster waves start rolling in and crowds start arriving to watch
Tips for Spotting A Sneaker Wave - in Oregon or Any Other Beach It doesn't take big storms to create wonton ocean surges. Sneaker waves can happen even in somewhat calm conditions
Can You Swim in the Pacific Ocean on the Oregon Coast? While there is no real official stand on this by Oregon tourism or state authorities, the general answer is: yes, sort of - but that doesn't mean you should.
Can I Drive on Oregon Coast Beaches? Rules, Regulations for Cars, Vehicles
Pet Safety Tips for Your Dog on the Oregon Coast
Beach safety is something you have to keep in mind not only for yourself but for your pet as well Places not to go with your dog on the coast, and beaches where they will have fun plenty of fun
Surprising Unknown Rules of the Oregon Coast There's a lot coastal tourism entities haven't told you: beach fires, camping, dogs, running out of gas
Oregon Coast Safety Reminders for Holiday: No Fireworks, Camping on Beaches It turns shooting off fireworks on all Oregon beaches is against the law, and camping on the beaches is prohibited on most of the coast
Oregon Coast Beach Safety from Oregon State Parks and Recreation
Live Earthquake, Tsunami Updates from Oregon Coast, Washington. B.C., California, Alaska
Latest in Oregon Coast Tsunami Debris News - How to Report Tsunami Debris
Summer safety tips on the Oregon Coast
14 Jun 2018 at 11:09pm
Summer safety tips on the Oregon Coast Summer vacation is upon us and officials are reminding visitors to stay vigilant and play it safe while enjoying beaches along the Oregon Coast. Check out this story on statesmanjournal.com: https://stjr.nl/2t0bf0F
Left Coast Lawlessness
19 Jun 2018 at 3:44am
The anarchy and disorder dominating progressive cities across the West Coast recently hit a new low in Seattle ... unsanctioned tent cities and vagrancy at the expense of public safety and health. San Francisco, long considered a model of progressive ...
Fort Collins man who drowned off Oregon Coast taught at Fossil Ridge
8 Jun 2018 at 2:36am
The Fort Collins father who drowned trying to rescue his son who remains missing in the Pacific Ocean off the Oregon Coast on Wednesday was a Fossil ... Reporter Saja Hindi covers public safety, courts and accountability. Follow her on Twitter @BySajaHindi ...
Coast Guard aircrew rescues sailors off Gray's Harbor
16 Jun 2018 at 9:18am
While the boat wasn't actively taking on water, seawater had washed aboard and the aircrew hoisted the husband and wife to safety at their request because of health concerns. They were transported to the Coast Guard base in Warrenton and received treatment ...
Coast Guard rescues couple from sailboat 180 miles off Washington coast
16 Jun 2018 at 7:32am
The Coast Guard rescued the husband and wife west of Grays Harbor using an MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter from Warrenton, Oregon. The Coast Guard tracked ... Washington were hoisted to safety. pic.twitter.com/oA4alVvR9z ? USCGPacificNorthwest (@USCGPacificNW ...
SUMMER SAFETY: Sheriff's Office advisory
14 Jun 2018 at 11:36pm
When visiting the scenic Oregon coast and participating in recreational activities, safety should be a prime concern. Tragic water accidents can happen quickly and we recommend the following safety tips: Follow posted regulations. The ocean in this area is ...
USC makes Top 7 for four-star 2019 safety Chris Adimora
10 Jun 2018 at 12:52pm
USC made the cut for four-star 2019 safety Chris Adimora (Lakewood, CA/Mayfair) over the weekend, earning a spot in his Top 7. The Trojans made the cut along side Texas, Oregon ... sometime this August. West Coast Recruiting analyst 247Sports Greg Biggins ...
POLL: What can be done to help prevent drownings off the coast?
9 Jun 2018 at 5:32am
The death of a Colorado man caught in a riptide attempting to rescue his drowning son has sparked the conversation about water safety along the Oregon Coast. What do you think can be done to help prevent drownings?