In Southern California, crews working through the night stopped the spread of two Los Angeles County fires that erupted Sunday.
An attempted murder suspect was hospitalized on Thursday after he was struck by a vehicle during a police chase.
An angry cyclist accused a California Highway Patrol officer of driving dangerously close to him in an exchange of words that was caught on video.
The last of three men convicted of starting a campfire that later destroyed five homes east of Los Angeles has been sentenced to probation, but he likely will be paying restitution the rest of his life.
“It worked really, really well,” he said, “it went really, really smoothly.”
Glendora police will be the first in Los Angeles County to carry a nasal treatment for opiod overdoses from drugs such as heroin, hydrocodone and oxycodone.
The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory that includes heavy rain and now in the forecast on Saturday.
Authorities were investigating the discovery Monday of three vehicles located off a canyon road in Glendora.
A 49-year-old Glendora man was sentenced to more than 13 years in prison Wednesday, said the the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office.
CBS2 meteorologist Rich Fields says more rain is likely in the Southland through the day on Sunday.
Glendora city officials Tuesday raised the alert level to yellow for residents living in the Colby burn-area out of fear of mudslides.
The biggest cleanup job was perhaps in Camarillo Springs, about 50 miles northwest of Los Angeles.
During the height of the rain, streets looked like virtual rivers.
Residents in the Colby Fire burn-area Friday were under mandatory evacuation orders as a storm moved through the foothill communities.
The city of Glendora Thursday raised its alert level to red triggering a mandatory evacuation order due to the approaching storm.