A cold front brought rain and snow to Southern California for a second day Monday.
A 12-year-old boy was home Thursday night after concerned neighbors spent hours searching the Wrightwood area for him.
Recent storms that struck Southern California left a silver lining, bringing fresh natural snow to Mountain High Resort.
The snow started coming down early in the morning and it kept coming.
The combination of recent cold temperatures and improvements has allowed for the resort to put down 12 inches of new snow over the fast few days.
A 3.5-magnitude quake was reported in Wrightwood Friday morning, according to the USGS.
The Wrightwood area welcomed some snow overnight, but it didn’t last for long.
The glider came down in a remote mountainous area, officials said.
Authorities say rescuers have located an elderly hiker who went missing in Wrightwood on Saturday.
A driver was declared dead in Wrightwood Saturday morning after their vehicle plunged 100 feet down an embankment.
A winter storm warning in effect until Saturday has many Southland residents braving the cold temperatures, along with the rainy, windy and snowy conditions.
Evacuation orders resulting from the “Sharp” fire were lifted for the community of Wrightwood, authorities said Sunday.
A wildfire burning in the Angeles National Forest was 40 percent contained, authorities said Saturday.
Authorities have contained 30 percent of a wildfire burning in the Angeles National Forest.
The Sharp Fire near Wrightwood in the San Gabriel Mountains has burned 60 acres and forced mandatory evacuations of 75 homes.