San Gabriel Mountains
A large black bear startled drivers Saturday who were traveling on the 210 Freeway.
President Barack Obama Friday declared more than 346,000 acres of the San Gabriel Mountain range a national monument.
Charities announced Thursday that they will donate $3.5 million to spruce up a vast new national monument in the mountains near Los Angeles.
President Barack Obama is expected to declare 346,000 acres of land in the San Gabriel Mountains as a national monument.
The National Weather Service said a combination of high heat and subtropical moisture has created instability, raising a chance for showers and thunderstroms.
A stranded hiker was retrieved by helicopter Sunday morning from Griffith Park and emergency workers say these kinds of rescue operations highlight a growing problem in Southern California.
Twenty team members helped out residents Saturday. More than 50 are expected on Sunday.
Fire officials said Monday six to eight homes were badly damaged and likely uninhabitable due to a weekend storm in San Bernardino County.
Heavy rain from a cluster of thunderstorms in the eastern San Gabriel Mountains led the National Weather Service to issue a Flash Flood Warning for communities including Glendora, Falling Springs and Mount Baldy.
The U.S. Forest Service Wednesday announced that due to health and safety concerns, a portion of Eaton Canyon will officially close to hikers this week.
Since 2011, there have been five deaths. In 2012 alone there were over 60 rescues.
The mother was huge.
Two 24-year-old hikers were found Thursday morning after going missing in the Eaton Canyon area of the San Gabriel Valley.
Southern California was getting an early taste of winter Friday, as the region saw more rain showers, snow and high winds.
When you’re looking for a scenic hike that not every hiker has seen, try Los Pinetos Waterfall.