Storm Washes Away Campground, Brings Down Trees, Closes Canyon RoadsThe second storm to hit Southern California in as many days has wreaked havoc from Santa Barbara to Orange County.
Orange County Braces For Possible FloodingTwo storms that will hit the region in quick succession could cause serious flooding in Huntington Beach and Seal Beach.
Yosemite National Park Could Close Due To FloodingYosemite National Park could close because of flooding over the next several days and through the weekend.
Cars Towed From Ladera Heights Intersection Due To FloodingThe Los Angeles Police Department has advised motorists to avoid the intersection of La Cienega and La Tijera boulevards until further notice.
Slick Roads, Big Rig Crashes Snarl Morning CommuteEven with many Southern Californians already off work and school in advance of the long Thanksgiving holiday weekend, Monday’s morning commute was snarled due to weather-related crashes.
Call For Backup: Broken Pipe Floods LAPD Topanga StationThe Los Angeles Police Department’s Topanga Community Police Station was partially open Wednesday after a broken pipe caused flooding.
'Citizen Scientists' In California Use Drones To Map El Nino FloodingForget about selfies. In California, residents are using smartphones and drones to document the coastline's changing face.
Latest Storm Turns Roads Into Rivers In Santa AnaThe latest storm to hit Southern California caused flooding in Santa Ana and left behind a watery mess.
Flooding Shuts Down Freeway, Roads In Sun ValleySevere flooding Wednesday forced closures along and near the Golden State (5) Freeway in Sun Valley.
Swimmers, Surfers Warned To Stay Out Of Ocean As Heavy Rains Carry Swath Of DebrisIn one of the first of a series of Pacific storms, Orange County took a pounding with over an inch of rain Tuesday.
People Living Near Burn Hillsides Brace For 2nd Round Of MudslidesMany Glendora homeowners were back at the city yard Tuesday night stocking up on sandbags as they braced for more rain.
After Months Of El Nino Preparations, Southland Deluged By Heavy RainThe second of four El Nino storms expected this week brought sometimes-intense rainfall to the Southland today, flooding intersections in the San Fernando Valley and sending muddy water cascading down at least one Glendora street near the Colby Fire burn area.

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