Southern California begins week with rainfall

Concerns over mud and debris flows led the city of Duarte to issue an alert for the area affected by last year's Fish Fire. Residents were told to clear debris near their homes and take vehicles off the street.

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Iranian student returns to US after being sent back

Sara Yarjani, an Iranian student with a U.S. student visa studying for her master's degree, arrived back in L.A. Sunday afternoon. A federal judge in Seattle granted a nationwide restraining order on President Donald Trump's travel ban, which allowed for Yarjani's return.

More rain expected overnight in SoCal

A storm expected to hit Southern California starting Sunday night could bring heavy downpours and up to 1.5 inches of rain, according to the National Weather Service.

Protesters march in downtown LA against Dakota Access Pipeline

Hundreds marched in downtown Los Angeles Sunday to protest the pipeline that would run under a reservoir that provides water for the Standing Rock Sioux.

Hiker killed falling down icy slope in San Gabriel Mountains

The coroner's office says Michael J. Yoo of Gardena was killed and four others injured Saturday at Islip Saddle, a hiking area high in the San Gabriel Mountains northeast of Los Angeles.

Man found dead in Red Line subway likely hit by train

City fire spokesman Brian Humphrey says firefighters and paramedics were dispatched to the Sunset/Vermont station shortly before 6 a.m. Sunday.

Fire damages landmark Anaheim White House restaurant

The restaurant was extensively damaged in the early morning blaze. Owner Bruno Serato is known for his efforts to provide meals to hungry children in Anaheim.

LA announces winners of Great Street Challenge competition

The seven winners will each receive up to $13,000 to help increase foot traffic, along with economic and cultural activities, according to the challenge's website.

5 ways to celebrate Black History Month in SoCal

From a bus tour to talking books to a doll show, here are a number of events throughout Southern California celebrating the rich history and cultural diversity of African-Americans in the area.

​LA Olympic bid touts predictability in era of uncertainty

In documents submitted to the International Olympic Committee — known in Olympic parlance as the "Bid Book" — the privately run group known as LA2024 said it had crafted a "no surprises" plan that will closely watch the financial bottom line.

Do Californians have a right to Airbnb on the coast?

Several coastal cities have passed restrictions on the short-term rental industry. But the California Coastal Commission, which regulates coastal land, is also weighing in. Commission officials want property owners to have more freedom to rent their homes on sites like Airbnb.

LA County gets light rainfall heading into weekend

The storm that's rolling through Los Angeles on Friday might make morning commutes a little more complicated, but it's expected to taper off by the afternoon.

Yemenis and relatives wait for visas despite LA court order

While one Iranian immigrant sent back by officials under President Trump's travel ban has been returned to Los Angeles, a group of Yemenis still await their visas.

Rain to revisit SoCal for end-of-week drenching

Rainfall is expected Thursday afternoon and evening, though it will be spotty, according to the National Weather Service. More steady rain is forecast for the Friday morning commute.

Orange County women wear headscarves on World Hijab Day

The event is an annual, worldwide event started in 2013 by a New York woman as a way to encourage religious tolerance by inviting non-Muslim women to try wearing a hijab for a day.