Montecito Mudslide Insurance Claims Top $421 MillionInsurers have received more than 2,000 claims for residential and commercial losses, including $388 million for residential personal property, $27.2 million for commercial property and $6.7 million for auto and other lines of insurance.
Family Of Montecito Mudslide Victim Files First Wrongful Death LawsuitThe legal team representing the family of 73-year-old Peter Fleurat announced that they filed suit against Southern California Edison for Fleurat’s wrongful death.
Montecito Braces For More Mudslides As Rain Comes DownA mandatory evacuation order remained in place throughout the day.
Storm Descends On Southland As Thousands EvacuateMore than 32,000 people have evacuated in Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties. Thousands more were under evacuation orders Wednesday night in L.A. County.
SoCal Braces For Powerful Storm That Made Landfall TuesdayThe Thomas, La Tuna, Creek, Sherpa and Whittier burn areas could see significant flooding and mud slides through Friday.
Crews To Go Into 24-Hour Mode To Keep Anaheim Residents Safe During StormWorkers were clearing out storm drains and basins, trying to mitigate some of the potential flooding that could occur if those become blocked with debris.
SoCal Edison Facing More Lawsuits Over Thomas FireThe lawsuits claim the utility's aging equipment caused or contributed to the biggest fire in California history.
Burn Areas Brace For Latest Round Of RainMandatory evacuations were lifted for Santa Barbara County's burn areas Tuesday morning.
Ahead Of Storm, LA Residents In Burn Areas Meet To Prep For Possible Montecito-Like ConditionsThe oncoming storm is expected to drop from a third to half an inch of water per hour, said Los Angeles Fire Deputy Chief Trevor Richmond.
Uber Offers Free Rides To Evacuate Santa Barbara, Montecito Burn AreasUber wants to help residents in Santa Barbara County under mandatory evacuation orders to safely evacuate.
Evacuation Warning Issued For Area Devastated By MudslidePeople living in an area devastated by mudslides were urged to think about leaving as a winter storm bears down on Southern California that could bring heavy rain.
As Rain Begins, Residents In Burn Areas Are Ready To Get OutResidents in recent burn and mudslide-devastated areas were told Monday to get ready to evacuate again as the first of two winter storms bears down on Southern California.