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3rd Southern California storm brings flooding, rockslides


Long Beach saw a record rainfall total of 3.91 inches, while rainfall topped 4 inches in Ojai. Road-closing rockslides have been reported in Malibu.

Storm prompts freeway flooding, rescues across LA region


This storm is expected to be the biggest in years. Some areas could receive as much as an inch of rain per hour, making mud and debris slides likely.

Metro trains reach capacity, stranding some Women's March attendees


Crowded trains pulled through Metro stations as would-be march attendees waited in long lines to board. Metro says it added cars and more frequent trains.

First of 3 storms slams California

Forecasters warn that mud and debris flows could occur as heavy rains fell on wildfire burn scars east of Los Angeles.

Metro fare enforcement probed after civil rights complaint

Federal transportation officials are investigating a complaint that Metro is discriminating against black riders in enforcing fares. Metro denies it does so.

Commission to weigh Echo Park bungalows' bid for history

Property owners want to demolish bungalows at 1456 Echo Park Ave. to make room for 12 smaller homes, but a resident's proposal wants the bungalows to be named historic cultural monuments. The city's Cultural Heritage Commission decided today to take the proposal under consideration.

High surf warning for Orange County through Monday

The National Weather Service issued a high surf warning for Orange and San Diego counties from Thursday afternoon through Tuesday.

Women's March of Los Angeles fills Downtown streets with signs, songs

As the streets of Downtown LA filled with people, the march turned in to more of a stand-still rally.

Laurel Canyon reopens, but drivers can still expect delays

The disruption of a major artery between San Fernando Valley and L.A's westside isn't over yet. Any closure has a ripple effect, and there's more rain coming.

Northridge Earthquake: Then and now photo gallery

On this anniversary of the 1994 Northridge quake, we remember some of the more iconic images of damage that was done. This gallery looks at what was rebuilt and what has changed.

Sanctuary cities take calculated risks as Trump moves in

More local cities have adopted so-called sanctuary policies that are immigrant-friendly. But the new administration could pull federal funding from such cities.

Zebra found dead, skinned near California's Hearst Castle

The zebra died of natural causes and no foul play is suspected, the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Department said. Officials gave no explanation for the skinning.

Watch: Recent snow turned Wrightwood into 'winter wonderland'

Skiers and snowboarders flocked to the area to take advantage of the nearly 1.5 feet of snow that reportedly fell there over the past week.

Kevin Starr, California's premier historian, dies at 76

Starr, who was a state librarian and a professor of history at USC, researched and wrote a series of books considered the definitive account of the California story.

Little Saigon flower festival heralds lunar new year

The Flower Festival in Orange County's Little Saigon offers flowers, trees and decorations for Vietnamese families to ring in the new lunar new year.

Culver City considering protected bike lane near Expo Line

The public can comment by email or in person on the two-lane bikeway, fully separated from car traffic and connecting downtown with the Helms Bakery and Expo Line.