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.
Camarillo Springs residents were allowed to return to their homes early Wednesday morning after mandatory evacuation orders were lifted.
A Camarillo Springs home that was red-tagged following a mudslide last week has been burglarized, authorities have confirmed.
Mandatory evacuation orders have been lifted in one mudslide-prone area of Ventura County Tuesday evening following a day of heavy downpour.
Residents living near the mudflow areas of Glendora and Silverado Canyon are being asked to voluntarily evacuate Tuesday morning amid an impending storm.
A number of Mt. Baldy residents, whose houses were devastated by the weekend’s floods and mudslides, now face the difficult decision of whether to leave their homes behind.
A Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy and her yellow lab have returned to Southern California after an unprecedented recovery mission in Washington state.
After another victim was recovered, bringing the official death toll of last month’s deadly mudslide in Washington state to 37, a number of local emergency crews who provided aide recall seeing the devastation in person.
The road is shut until Caltrans crews can clear the slide.
The Washington State mudslide is bringing back painful memories of Southern California’s 2005 La Conchita disaster in Ventura County.
At least one home in Azusa has sustained visible damage by this weekend’s intense rain and mudflow.
Monrovia residents are preparing for possible mudslides that could be caused by the storm system headed to the Southland.
Residents affected by the recent Colby Fire in Glendora are not hesitating to prepare for California’s first Winter storm of the year.
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.