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.
Ventura County’s Public Works Agency are welcoming two new remote controlled vehicles to the county in an ongoing effort to keep area roads, farms, businesses and homes from flooding during heavy rainfall.
Police in Pasadena Thursday arrested a 27-year-old homeless man suspected of intentionally setting nine debris fires in the city during a 10-day period, a fire official said.
If swimming in the rain — or after it — is your thing, you may want to hold off for the next few days, according to Heal The Bay.
Authorities plan to remove 25,000 cubic yards of mud and debris from behind a Pasadena dam — a fraction of the muck that washed down blackened slopes of the San Gabriel Mountains after the 2009 Station wildfire.
John Anderson has discovered just about everything during the 30 years he’s combed Washington state’s beaches — glass fishing floats, hockey gloves, bottled messages, even hundreds of mismatched pairs of Nike sneakers that washed up barnacled but otherwise unworn.