A mudslide on Pacific Coast Highway partially closed part of the roadway early Thursday morning.
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 final stretch of the mud-covered Foothill (241) Toll Road between Irvine and Corona was still closed Saturday even as Orange County braces for more rain this weekend.
A mudslide closed two eastbound lanes on the Riverside (91) Freeway, backing up traffic just as the rain heads out of the region.
Many California residents who endured flooding, mudslides and evacuations during a weeklong onslaught of rain must now clean up or even rebuild — and some face the prospect of not being able to spend Christmas at home.
The storms may be over, but the danger continues for residents of saturated Southern California.
After several days of on-and-off rainfall, authorities say they’re forced to close a portion of Pacific Coast Highway for fear of possible landslides.
The California Department of Transportation may have to pay damages for a 2003 mudslide that killed 14 people at a mountain camp in San Bernardino County.