Caltrans workers Tuesday will rappel down a hillside along a closed section of the Pacific Coast Highway to remove loose rocks.
The biggest cleanup job was perhaps in Camarillo Springs, about 50 miles northwest of Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles County Public Works crews Tuesday were removing debris from fire scarred areas in preparation for a storm forecasted to hit at the end of the week.
Caltrans has closed a 9-mile stretch of Pacific Coast Highway through Ventura County for a third straight day as another storm system moves through the area.
Personnel were called to the scene of a vegetation and debris fire in the 15000 block of 7th Street shortly after 12 p.m. Saturday.
The tree fell around 6:30 p.m. on Saxon Drive, taking out a power line and a phone line to a resident’s home, both ending up on the street.
Southland residents may be losing millions of dollars every year by avoiding littered, local beaches in favor of choosing cleaner beaches that are farther away, according to a study.
A dump truck overturned and spilled debris Wednesday in West Hollywood.
Four military search planes were dispatched Thursday to try to determine whether two large objects bobbing in a remote part of the Indian Ocean were part of a possible debris field from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight.
County officials Monday worked to clean out storm catch basins throughout Southern California following a wave of late-season storms over the weekend.
Mandatory evacuations remained in place Friday for several streets in Monrovia where the downpour has turned into sporadic flash flooding.
A pedestrian in Walnut was fatally struck Sunday morning by a hit-and-run driver believed to be in a Chevy Truck or SUV.
More than $52 million is spent annually to keep California roads clean and safe, but it’s still a battle to keep debris off the roadways.
Following the vegetative destruction of the Springs fire, the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) has received $2.5 million in state emergency funds to help protect the PCH from falling rocks, gravel and debris.
Debris from last year’s deadly tsunami in Japan is washing ashore on the West Coast — and some of it may even contain human remains.