Photos: Coast Guard Rescues 2 Off Sinking Luxury Yacht Near Monterey BayTwo people aboard a 92-foot yacht were rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard Thursday after their vessel began to fill with water nine miles south of Monterey Bay, authorities said.
VIDEO: Entangled Humpback Whale Set Free In Monterey Bay A humpback whale entangled in a commercial fishing line, sighted several times in Monterey Bay over the last month, has been cut free by marine rescue teams and the Coast Guard.
Killer Whale Pod From Pacific Northwest Appears In Monterey BayA pod of killer whales known to the Puget Sound area of the Pacific Northwest have been seen in Monterey Bay for the first time.
Video: 5 Killer Whales Attack, Kill Gray Whale Calf In Monterey Bay With MotherDramatic footage captures a group of killer whales methodically ram, isolate and kill a gray whale calf passing through Monterey Bay with its mother on Saturday.
Monterey Hosts 9th Annual Whalefest at Old Fisherman's WharfWhalefest, a free event, is meant to celebrate the biodiversity of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary and starts at 10 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Tree Down In San Francisco Amid Wind Advisory For RegionA downed tree was blocking a busy street in San Francisco Thursday during a wind advisory that was issued for the Bay Area and Monterey through Friday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
Great White Sharks Baby Boom May Be Underway In Monterey BayGreat white sharks are known as fearsome predators, but in the Monterey Bay there is more fascination than fear over what may be a great white shark baby boom.
1,000 Brooding Octopuses Found Off Monterey CoastScientists exploring the sea floor off the coast of central California found more than 1,000 octopuses tucked between rocks with their tentacles inverted and covering clusters of white eggs —a pose common among brooding females.
Elkhorn Slough Near Monterey Receives International Wetland DesignationThe Elkhorn Sough at Moss Landing has joined more than 2,000 sites worldwide, including the San Francisco Bay estuary, under the world's oldest international environmental treaty.
Two Boats Collide With Whales On Monterey BayOver this past weekend, passengers on two boats in Monterey Bay had a scare when the vessels had separate collisions with whales just minutes apart.
Young Great White Sharks Thrive In Monterey Bay As Older Ones Mysteriously DieGreat white shark sightings are on the rise in the Monterey Bay. But while the young ones appear to be thriving, older ones are dying and washing ashore.