KPCC is covering the impact of this powerful storm as it continues to drench communities from Santa Barbara to Riverside counties on Thursday.
During recent fires and mudslides in Southern California, supermarkets have stayed open when other businesses in affected areas start to close down.
What do you need to know? KPCC journalists are covering the storm and will be working to find answers. Questions we've answered so far include: Do I need to evacuate? Is the hillside behind my home safe? How do I know how much rain my area has received?
A friend of the suspect, Jeremiah Jensen, describes Conditt as shy, smart and thoughtful. "He was an intense person and could be hard to love but he was a person," he says.
Rising numbers of applications to California State University campuses has led to many students being turned away. Cal State is trying to change that with two proposals unanimously approved by its board.
"It's the first time. And it's about time," Atkins said. "I came to the Senate to make progress, not history."
County officials want to put up temporary homeless shelters in three OC cities to settle a federal lawsuit. City officials say they'll sue.
Zuckerberg had been quiet since news broke Friday that Cambridge Analytica may have used data improperly obtained from roughly 50 million Facebook users to try to sway elections.
Sheriff's officials wrongfully returned a gun to a man who used it to kill his ex-wife inside a busy SoCal mall last weekend, even though a judge had ordered the weapon be confiscated by investigators.