A second, more powerful winter storm is dropping rain all across Southern California. It has caused mud flows in areas recently burned by wildfires, prompted flash flooding warnings, power outages and more mandatory evacuations.
A Los Angeles cemetery has agreed to an estimated $80 million settlement of a lawsuit claiming it dumped human remains from hundreds of graves.
The Los Angeles County Public Works Department has announced road closures in Glendora. The 605 South connector to the 5 Freeway will also be closed nightly.
Residents will only be able to water lawns three days a week for 10 minutes. Restaurants will only serve water to patrons who ask for it.
California's Department of Water Resources says the Sierra Nevada snowpack is still well below normal despite the current rainstorms — bad news for the drought-stricken state.
Drivers in California can legally read a map on their hand-held cellphones while behind the wheel, a state appeals court ruled Thursday.
The CHP reports there were about 111 collisions in L.A. County. Some mountain roads have already been closed and mandatory evacuation orders have been issued.
Storm water runoff fouls beaches and water quality in Santa Monica and San Pedro bays, and it can harm marine life, too.
Beneath the Colby Fire burn area, Glendora homeowners are putting down sandbags, while in Hollywood, plastic is going down on the Oscars red carpet. Are you ready?
A 39-year old woman was rescued Wednesday after her car went over the edge of the North 241 Toll Road in Irvine and down 400 feet.
The National Weather Service reports stormy weather and significant rainfall are expected through Saturday, with high surf and dangerous rip currents through the weekend.
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KCAL-TV reports a raucous crowd showed up at a special meeting of the Centinela Valley Union High School Tuesday night after a newspaper investigation exposed the scandal.
Amid the religious evangelists in San Diego's Balboa Park, you'll also find a table with a banner that reads, "Relax, Hell Does Not Exist."
Three lanes of the northbound 405 Freeway are closed because of a traffic fatality, the California Highway Patrol reports.
It's thought to be the richest cache of coins ever discovered in the U.S. Minted in the 1800s, they were stuffed into eight cans and buried on a Sierra Nevada ridge.