As the rain fell Saturday on this small seaside village in northern Ventura County, family and friends painfully remembered what happened here 10 years ago, as dozens of homes were damaged in a landslide that killed 10 people and forever changed the lives of countless others — and the footprint of the community.
The Washington State mudslide is bringing back painful memories of Southern California’s 2005 La Conchita disaster in Ventura County.
A water leak was causing a portion of a San Bernardino County home to slide down a hillside Tuesday, officials said.
With a big chunk of their San Pedro neighborhood lying in the harbor, neighbors met with city officials Thursday night to decide how to clean up and rebuild after the Paseo del Mar collapse.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday to ask the governor to declare a state of emergency in San Pedro due to a landslide that took out part of an oceanfront road.
Onlookers were urged to keep away from San Pedro’s Paseo del Mar Monday after heavy rain sent a large portion of the previously shuttered cliff-top road sliding into the ocean.
Crews are working to stop a dangerous landslide on Paseo Del Mar between Western and Weymouth avenues.
Heavy rains left a San Pedro hillside at risk of collapse on Wednesday as public works officials warned of a “potential landslide’ in the area.
Ventura County fire officials say residents and 10 horses have been evacuated from a ranch where a hillside collapsed, causing a landslide.
Clearing debris from Pacific Coast Highway lanes in Orange County is taking longer than expected.
Another landslide has shut down a section of Pacific Coast Highway in Orange County.
Residents said the hillside along the 25000 block of Malibu Road near Corral Canyon has been moving for some time, but a big piece of earth recently collapsed.
Residents were retrieving their belongings Saturday from four southern Orange County homes red-tagged after the hillside behind them gave way earlier this week.
At least six hillside homes in San Clemente were threatened by a mudslide Friday.
The storms may be over, but the danger continues for residents of saturated Southern California.