Despite Mandatory Evacuation Order, Some Residents Waiting Out Rain In Mudslide-Prone MontecitoOne Montecito homeowner told CBS2 News he was opting to "ride it out," even with the mandatory evacuation order in place Wednesday evening. Randy Paige reports.
Moderate Rain Already Causing Big Problems In La Tuna Canyon AreaDespite a lull in the rainfall Wednesday afternoon, authorities are patrolling La Tuna Canyon Road as debris begins coming down the hills. Some residents are making their exit from the area, while some have chosen to wait out the storm, despite police warnings. Dave Lopez reports.
Thomas Fire Burn Area Hit With Rain, Flooding During StormThe storm has brought flooding and road closures to the Thomas Fire burn area, forcing mandatory evacuations for some a number of residents. Amy Johnson reports.
Orange County Considers Relocating Homeless To IrvineA plan to send hundreds of homeless people from the Santa Ana riverbed to several Orange County cities has apparently been flipped. Now they are looking into sending all of them to one city -- Irvine. Michele Gile reports.
South LA Dog Killer Sought In Brutal Shooting Caught On VideoThe shocking video appears to show a suspect shoot a dog to death in cold blood in the front yard of a home. Jo Kwon reports.
SoCal Storm Brings Flooding To Burn AreasThe rain is falling and making roads treacherous all over Southern California. Craig Herrera reports.
Comedian Bobby Collins Discusses 'Comics For A Cause'Comedian Bobby Collins stops by the KCAL9 studios to talk about the Comics for a Cause fundraiser happening at Hermosa Beach Wednesday.
Author Kristin Hannah Discusses Inspiration Behind Latest BookKristin Hannah, an author, appeared on KCAL9 News on Sunday morning to discuss her latest book. Amy Johnson reports.
Executive Chef Showcases Devery’s Smokehouse's Menu Ahead Of SpringThe official start of spring is this week. To help get us in the spirit, Executive Chef Nathan Smith from Devery’s Smokehouse appeared on KCAL9. Serene Branson reports.
KCAL9 News at 4 p.m. (March 21)A fierce storm moves across the LA area, and it's not expected to let up for at least 24 more hours.
CBSLA.com: The Rundown (March 21)Updates on the following stories in less than two minutes: A powerful storm rolls across Southern California, and communities in wildfire-burn areas are bracing for potential slide activity.
La Tuna Canyon Area Anticipates SoCal StormThe La Tuna Canyon Area has yet to be hit hard by Southern California's biggest storm of the season, but if it rains hard enough, La Tuna Canyon will be closed by 6 p.m. Wednesday night. Dave Lopez reports.