Rain And Wind Batter Southland In Second Day Of Wild Weather; Mud Flows Threaten HomesThe next phase in a series of storms targeting Southern California could bring a funnel cloud to the region.
Mud, Rock Slides Wreak Havoc On Castaic Area Prompting SIG AlertResidents in the area said several roads have been covered in mud and debris.
Officials Identify Palmdale Man Found Dead Inside Minivan Buried Under MudOfficials released the identity of a man Wednesday whose body was found within a minivan buried in mud from last week's debris flow in Palmdale.
Body Found In Minivan Buried Under Last Week’s Mudslide Debris In PalmdaleA body has been found in a vehicle trapped during last week’s mudslide in the Quartz Hill area.
Roads Reopen, Most Stuck Vehicles Freed From California MudOfficials hoped to reopen the lanes by Thursday at the latest.
LA County Public Works Announces Reopening Of Mud-Covered Roads In Leona Valley, Lake HughesMany of the roads are reopening ahead of schedule.
Search On For Man Who May Have Been Swept Away In Flash FloodingRichard Horvell's friends are worried that they haven't heard from the Boron resident.
Southland Thunderstorms Leave Behind Muddy MessA section of Southern California found itself waist-deep in mud as the weekend arrived, and a highway overtaken by flowing debris looked like a buried junkyard of hundreds of cars that would likely take days to dig up.
Crews Removing Thick Mud That Trapped 200 Vehicles On Highway 58 Near MojaveA three-mile stretch of mud damage along State Route 58 near Mojave caused a traffic nightmare Friday, trapping several big rigs and other vehicles.
LA County Expected To Declare State Of Emergency For Communities Hit By Severe WeatherLos Angeles County officials were expected Friday to declare a state of emergency for several Southland areas due to severe weather that has caused property damage and traffic issues in many parts of the region.
Mud, Muck, Debris -- Southland Cleans Up After Wild StormThe biggest cleanup job was perhaps in Camarillo Springs, about 50 miles northwest of Los Angeles.
Residents Of Glendora Burn Areas Remain On Edge After Heavy RainsDuring the height of the rain, streets looked like virtual rivers.