Residents and business owners are cleaning up a muddy mess Thursday after major flooding and mudslides in Riverside County.
Mandatory evacuation orders have been lifted in one mudslide-prone area of Ventura County Tuesday evening following a day of heavy downpour.
The rupture caused so much water to flow that it breached the retaining wall behind one home and completely flooded the inside.
Rain brought on flooding Sunday in Montebello and officials were forced to redirect traffic.
Some Orange County homeowners were left with a mess after water from a broken pipe flooded their street on Sunday.
In anticipation of this week’s rain, the city of Glendora filled 3,000 sandbags for residents in the Colby Fire burn area. On Sunday, people came to the City Yard to pick them up.
The rain was a welcome sight for most of the Southland overnight, but in one part of Ventura County it came too hard and too fast, and it may have cost the life of one couple’s pet dog.
The UCLA Bruins were set Friday to play the first exhibition game of the college basketball season on a totally refurbished hardwood floor.
A water main rupture at Highland Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard has disrupted traffic in the area.
Water flooded a Forever 21 warehouse on North Mission Road on Sunday morning, but city pipes were not deemed to be the cause.
Waves as high as 6 to 8 feet were expected to roll in during a high surf advisory issued by the National Weather Service, which will be in effect until 9 p.m. Tuesday.
The break is located at Rosewood Avenue and Curson Street, authorities said.
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Back at home, relatives remain anxious about the well-being of their loved ones, with vacationers left stranded in areas so flooded the only way out is to wait for a flight.
Heavy rain spawned from what is now Tropical Storm Norbert led to flash flooding in downtown Riverside and elsewhere in the Inland Empire on Sunday afternoon.
Crews Wednesday were cleaning up and preparing for high tide after a large surge overnight brought two to three feet of standing water to the Seal Beach boardwalk.