Residents Brace For High 'King' Tides Resulting From Near-Full Moon, StormHigh tides, starting on Tuesday morning, are expected to be at least two feet higher than usual in what is being identified with the annual tidal pattern, known as the "King" tide.
David Goldstein Investigates: Roofers Scamming Thousands Out Of Customers Preparing For El NiñoAs CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein and his team discovered many residents are at risk of becoming victims of the very roofers they contract in preparations of El Nino.
LA Sees Rapid Contrast To Hottest October On Record With Cold Rain, SnowThe high temperatures experienced throughout Southern California during Halloween weekend gave way Monday to cold winds and rain throughout Los Angeles.
Inland Empire Residents Caught Off-Guard By Intensity Of WindIntense, heavy winds impacted most of the Inland Empire on Monday as part of a storm system moving through the area.
NASA's JPL Says El Nino Will Likely Double Southern California Rainfall For WinterA leading scientist revealed strong evidence that California may receive twice its regular rainfall this winter, which has prompted many residents living in the foothills to begin preparations.
Hurricane Patricia May Have Battered The Mexican Coast, But LAX Travelers Not So MuchThere was heavy rain, strong winds -- but not the widespread destruction that was expected or feared.
Southland Residents Worry About Family, Friends In Mexico"We know that if it hits hard there's going to be a lot of need for help," said Oscar Ulloa
Mudslides Force Azusa Homeowner To Move OutFor Azusa homeowner Ed Heinlein, mudslides have become a source of nearly constant concern -- so much so that Heinlein has packed his bags and is moving out.
Crews Search For Missing Man Swept Away During Flash FloodingAuthorities searched Monday for a 67-year-old man reportedly swept away during flash flooding and mudslides last week that inundated roads and homes in a rural area of Southern California, authorities said.
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.