Governor Declares State Of Emergency After Storms Ravage CaliforniaThe declaration covers 50 of California’s 58 counties
3 Storms Expected To Strike Southern California This WeekStrong winds are expected to play a factor in the weather events.
Hoping For More Rain, LA County 'Seeds' Storm CloudsAs two fast-moving winter storms approached the Southland in recent days, an effort from LA County officials was already underway to squeeze as much rain as possible out of those storm clouds.
El Nino Storms, High Tides Cause Massive Coastal Erosion In O.C.Stormy weather and high tides have caused massive coastal erosion in Orange County.
High Bacteria Levels In Ocean Pose Health Risks After StormsTons and tons of trash is seen floating down the L.A. River.
Big Storms End With Big CleanupsCrews spent the day cleaning up messes left by the storms including removing a giant tree that toppled in the middle of a street in La Puente.
Wild Weather Continues In Southern California Amid El Niño StormsThe worst storm in a series of storms has come and gone without serious consequences for California, but the El Nino-driven weather was still causing problems around the state.
10 Mobile Homes Voluntarily Evacuated As Bad Weather Takes Toll In NewhallBad weather took its toll in the Newhall area where ten mobile homes were voluntarily evacuated.
Southern California Residents Brace For A Series Of Storms This WeekForecasters say a second, stronger storm is expected to arrive Monday night and Tuesday morning could produce heavy rain and strong winds.
Southland Residents Stack Sandbags, Clear Storm Drains In Preparation For Heavy RainfallForecasters predict that a series of storms will bring widespread rain, mountain snow, and gusty winds to Southern California over the course of this next week.
As 2 Big Storms Head Towards Southland, Residents Prepare For FloodingIn Studio City, firefighters were also making sure they're ready for severe storms, practicing swift water rescues.
NASA Scientist On El Nino: 'You'll Essentially Be Riding Your Kayak In Front Of Your Home'NASA scientist Bill Patzert is aware many Southern California residents are waiting to see the well-hyped El Niño produce some rain.