Many of the streets were lined with debris-blocking K-rails.
New Year’s 1934 will always be remembered as the deadliest day in Crescenta Valley history.
Eighty people have been killed, dozens more are missing, and more rain and flooding are expected.
Residents of the Antelope Valley and eastern mountains of Los Angeles County Monday were warned of more potential flash flooding activity.
A water main break in the Hollywood Hills has flooded multiple homes and an underground garage in the area, prompting road closures around North Cahuenga Blvd.
A second night of heavy rain brought traffic headaches to Southland roadways Tuesday.
A nearly century-old auditorium at a school in Highland Park was drying out Sunday after being partially flooded in a construction accident.
A street in Eagle Rock was flooded Saturday after a six-inch pipe burst, according to officials.
After years of drought in California, officials now warn that any sudden heat-up in the Sierra Nevada mountains may spell trouble.
A 20-inch water main has burst in Van Nuys Tuesday, sending a torrent of water nearly two feet deep through residential streets and into apartments and businesses.