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Stories by Sharon McNary
A flurry of fraud cases following this fall's wine country fires prompted the FBI to create a special task force. Officials in SoCal are bracing for the same.
Hundreds of thousands of people lined the street to watch 39 floats decked out with countless flowers, along with show horses, marching bands and celebrities. Millions more watched on TV.
Colorado Blvd. will close to vehicles at 10 p.m. on Dec. 31 for added security. In past years, the parade route was open until just before dawn.
Santiago Sharks band members surprised the foster kids at Five Acres by performing for them then showering them with presents.
A geologist warns some Ventura County residents to not sleep in their homes overnight during winter rainstorms because of the landslide risk.
You can use a smartphone app to watch as a gigantic fish leaps into the air then before transforming into a dragon.
Rose Queens who reign over the Rose Parade have become more diverse, but the oldest living one says there's room for more barriers to be broken.
A website SoCal Gas installed to inform residents about unusual gas levels was down temporarily around the time of a natural gas leak.
The head of the Los Angeles Archdiocese has made it something of a personal tradition to spend part of the holiday with inmates at the Men's Central Jail in downtown L.A.
The Southern California Gas Company says a gas leak occurred at the Aliso Canyon Natural Gas Storage Facility in Porter Ranch just before 5 p.m. Monday night.
Current rules allowing uninsured losses from fire, theft and other incidents would be stripped away. Only uninsured losses in federally-declared disasters could be written off.
New rules adopted by the state Public Utilities Commission require power companies to increase clearance around power lines in fire-vulnerable areas
It's eerily quiet in Clearpoint, a Ventura neighborhood where the Thomas Fire destroyed dozens of homes.
Southern California's largest fire grew has scorched 155,000 acres, but crews succeeded at keeping containment at 15 percent.
Even after evacuation orders are lifted, there are still precautions you should take to keep yourself safe.